Government of Canada introduces legislation to create the new Canada Disability Benefit
We Help Those Living With A Disability. Receive Up To $40,000 From The Canadian Government!
Whether born with a disability or have suffered an unfortunate accident later in life. The Canadian Government is there to help. You qualify for benefits from the Canadian Government if you have:
The Canadian government offers generous disability benefits to eligible Canadians, totaling up to $40,000!
It’s Just 3 Easy Steps:
1. you complete the form
2. We’ll help you process your claim
3. You get disability benefits totaling up to $40,000!
Life Changing Opportunity
Do You Qualify?
Canada’s disability benefits can mean the difference between comfortable living and struggling to make ends meet. We’ll help you get the benefits that you deserve.
A range of disabilities and conditions qualify, from migraines to dementia, depression, chronic pain and beyond. Fill out our form now!
Disability Benefits Plus can help you get up to $40,000 in disability refunds. There’s no cost or obligation.
Welcome to Disability Refunds. Specialists in Benefits Claims. We specialize in helping people with health issues and special needs get their due share of money from various Government sources. If you have health problems you may qualify for tax refunds, tax credits,
About Disability Tax Credits
The DTC is a non-refundable tax credit which allows qualifying individuals to lower their taxable income. And in the case of a qualifying minor or other dependent this credit can be transferred to the legal guardian.
Types of Disabilities
Functions related to vision, walking, speaking, hearing, feeding, dressing, bowel movement, mental functions, a combination of conditions or sustaining life can be considered as a disability.
Qualifying Medical Conditions
Here is a list of medical conditions which may make one eligible for Disability benefits from various agencies. This is not an exhaustive list but is intended to give you a general idea.
What is the Disability Tax Credit (DTC)?
The Canadian Government benevolently attempts to assist people with disabilities in whichever way they can. That is why the Canadian Government introduced the Disability Tax Credit program in 1988. The DTC is a non-refundable tax credit which allows qualifying individuals to lower their taxable income (in many cases to zero). And in the case of a qualifying minor or other dependent this credit can be transferred to the legal guardian.
The Canadian Government’s correct assumption is that people with disabilities will have unavoidable, additional expenses that put them and their families at a financial disadvantage. The government’s only criteria is that the qualifying individual be a sufferer of severe and prolonged impairment in physical or mental functions, which inhibits the individual from performing normal day to day activities.
Unfortunately many Canadians are not aware of this financial aid. Furthermore, many Canadians are not aware of how broad the criteria actually is. This leads to many Canadians having to cope with their conditions without the available aid.
As a result of this reality Canadian Disability Benefits. has helped countless clients carry back this credit 10 years and as such retroactively get deserving Canadians their due government assistance for in many cases more than $35,000.
Will My Current Job/Salary be Affected by the DTC?
Currently the answer is No. Here is Canada, the government fully encourages all of its citizens to work and earn as much money as they can while providing additional support through the DTC.
Who Qualifies for Disability Tax Credit in Canada?
The Canadian government currently defines a ‘Disabled Person’ as any “individual who has a severe and prolonged impairment in physical or mental functions.” This has been well established through the efforts of the Canadian Disability Benefits. and other advocacy organizations to include:
- Trouble Walking
- Downs Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- And of course, many more
While a much more extensive disability list can be found here the list is always growing and certainly should not be considered final or all inclusive. If you feel your life is being severely impacted by any form of physical or mental impairment we will be happy to go over your claim with you and see if you qualify!
Disability Benefits Support Consultant
The way to recover part of income taxes that you or someone supporting you have paid, or to increase deductions from income, or to claim additional benefits is through the Disability Tax Credit. Some refunds may also be available through the Infirmity Amount. You do not have to be bed ridden or totally dependent upon others to claim these amounts. Nor does CRA require that one should not be able to work or earn income. Disability Benefits Support Consultant can help you assess your options.
Disability Tax Credit:
Do I Qualify For Disability Tax Credit:
- Elimination function (bladder or bowel)
- Mental functions necessary for everyday life including memory, problem solving, goal setting, judgment and adaptive functioning
- Therapy required to maintain a vital function – examples are chest physiotherapy, Kidney Dialysis, Type 1 Diabetes. If you spend more than 14 hours a week on this you may qualify.
Infirmity Tax Credit: The Government offers a lesser tax credit for people who do not meet the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) requirement but are dependent on others because of a physical or mental condition/impairment. So if you have previously applied for but have been denied the DTC, fear not – we will help you claim the Infirmity Amount.
Most people who qualify for money from multiple of these sources do not claim it because they do not know all sources of support available or they find the process too cumbersome or complicated. For an average person it is difficult to understand the requirements. Fear not – we are here to help you. We will work for you to claim the money that you are entitled to. Even if you do not qualify under the above classifications there are still a lot of benefits that are available. If you are availing the above benefits we still encourage you to contact us for a review of your claims – it will not cost you anything if we cannot find some benefit or refund for you!!!
Registered Disability Savings Plan / Bond
The Government has recently added this program for people with disabilities. You may be entitled to a $1,000 Bond and / or a Grant of up to $3,500 per year. There are strict requirements that need to be met for this. These Grants and Bonds will allow greater financial security and well-being for people with disabilities and their families.
Most people who qualify for these grants and bonds do not claim it because they either do not know about it or find the process too cumbersome. We are here to help you. We will work for you to claim the money that you are entitled to.
Call us to book a FREE consultation that may result in you receiving up to $42,000 from the Government. Can there be a better investment of your time? So why wait, pick up the phone now and call us 1.416.817.8997 or email us at: Henry.Tse@rogers.com