What are Disabilities?
Determining whether an individual is disabled can be complex. Sometimes, as in the case of persons confined to wheelchairs, the answer may be obvious, but it's important to remember that many disabilities are not immediately apparent.
Below are just a few of the disabilities that may qualify an individual to receive a tax credit or other form of tax relief. For a detailed list and a full disability analysis, simply book your Free Consultation
- Addictions (many types)
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Anxiety Disorder
- Arthitis - several types
- Asperger Syndrome
- Attention Deficit Disorder (several types)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Blindness, visual impairments
- Brain & Head Injuries
- Cerebral Palsy (CP)
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic Illness (several types)
- Deafness, auditory impairments
- Down syndrome
- Learning Disabilities (many types)
- Memory Loss
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Parkinson's Disease
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Phobias (many types)
Bear in mind that this is only a partial list, and represents a small sample of the many disabilities that may qualify under Canada Revenue Agency rules. This list should not be considered comprehensive.
The CRA rules for the disability tax credit are constantly evolving, meaning that additional qualifying conditions may be added at any time. Speaking with one of our consultants is your best means of determining whether you may qualify for tax refunds and how to proceed with your filing.
Simply book your Free Consultation
online to learn more about disability tax credits and how they may apply to you, or call us toll-free at 1 (866) 408-0315
for further information.
The Canadian Disability Tax Credit Group - welcome to our website!
Do you, a family member, or a friend have a disability? If so, you and/or they could be eligible to receive significant tax relief from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
It's true! Each year, millions upon millions of dollars in disability tax credits, disability grants, and other forms of relief for individuals suffering from disabilities are available through the CRA - however, many eligible individuals are completely unaware
of these programs.
Why is this so? Well, here's a disturbing but extremely vital fact about tax preparation. If you miss a disability deduction or disability credit on your tax return, the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) will not
inform you. If you have a disability, you need to take full advantage of the tax relief available to you, you cannot depend on the CRA to guide or assist you, and you must plan your finances and maximize your tax efficiencies even if your filing is accepted.
Although a proper filing is the first step in obtaining your disability tax credits, the process does not end there. Once the CRA accepts your filing and issues your refund, you need to have a proper financial plan in place to take full advantage of your refund and to structure your taxes to maximize future savings.
The Solution for Disabled Canadians
The Canadian Disability Tax Credit Group was founded with two main aims: to assist eligible Canadians in claiming the disability benefits they deserve and to further aid those individuals by properly planning their financial and tax affairs.
With over 30 years of experience in financial planning and tax preparation, our organization is uniquely positioned to aid Canadians in identifying qualifying disabilities, obtaining the refunds they deserve, and planning their finances for the future.
We first use our professional knowledge of and experience with the Canadian tax code to structure your return to take full advantage of the benefits that individuals with disabilities deserve.
Next, we employ our knowledge of the application process to guide your filing through the CRA review, streamlining the procedure and getting your disability tax credit to you as quickly as possible.
Finally, we provide you with a complete financial plan - at no charge - that's customized to your particular financial situation and goals. It's important to remember that many competing services will not
provide this plan, but it's a crucial element in your financial future. If you've received a disability tax credit, you need to be aware of how to use those funds effectively and to plan for future tax returns.
Claim the Funds that are Owed to You
This money is yours! It's designated specifically for Canadians with qualifying disabilities, and all you need to do is claim it. If you believe that you may have a disability, don't hesitate - use our site to book your Free Consultation
Disability Tax Facts
The truth hurts. Many disabled Canadians qualify for disability tax credits and other forms of relief from the Canadian government, but fail to take advantage of the benefits to which they're entitled.
The Canadian Disability Tax Credit Group specializes in collecting monies for Canadians with qualifying disabilities. Below are a few reasons why disabled Canadians, or those who suspect they may have a disability, should retain our services.
- Using our professional tax experience we prepare your filing, focusing on disability benefits and accounting for any recent changes in government programs
- Our service helps ensure your filing is proper and complete, maximizing your returns and reducing processing time
- We provide you a complete and free financial plan, customized to your needs
You read that correctly - your financial plan, a value of $549, is absolutely free
when you become a client of the Canadian Disability Tax Credit group. A proper financial plan is crucial to every Canadian, but it's especially important when you may qualify for a sizable disability tax credit or refund.
Our financial plan will help you decide how to best allocate any funds you receive, budget for medical and other expenses, and structure your future tax affairs to produce optimal savings.
Remember that your initial consultation
is absolutely free, confidential, and without obligation. Book today, or call 1 (866) 408-0315
to speak to a live representative. You have nothing to lose and, potentially, quite a significant amount to gain!