There are nearly 3.8 million Canadians who are considered to be disabled either physically or mentally. Many of these disabled individuals are not aware of the Canadian Disability Tax Credit act and the fact the Canadian government will apply tax credits and deductions for persons with disabilities, their supporting family members, and their caregivers up to $40,000.
Although any disabled Canadian can apply for the Disability Tax Credit by themselves and without any help of a disability tax credit professional, it is our experience that clients who use our professional services are usually receiving higher tax credits due to our professional application process and great experience with hundreds of applicants.
Disability Credit Canada has successfully processed claims for Canadians suffering from physical or mental disabilities, Canadians from all walks of life who most times were not aware of this money.
If you are one of the millions of Canadians currently out of work due to a severe, long-term injury or physical or mental condition, you may be eligible for a disability tax credit. According to the Revenue Service of Canada, eligible persons can receive a credit of up to $1,845 annually. The tax credit is […]
It’s hard to find any silver lining when you’ve been out of work due to an injury or debilitating condition, especially if the problem has affected you for years. But there is good news. The Revenue Service of Canada allows people like you to file for a disability tax credit for the current year as […]
“Dyslexia” is a general term that refers to any disability that limits your ability to read or comprehend language while not affecting intelligence. Dyslexia is the most common learning disorder, affecting upwards of 15% of people in North America. Part of what makes the issue of dyslexia so pressing, however, is how hard it is […]