We specialize in uncover disability financial benefits for short & long-term, through Canadian Tax Credit (DTC) Disability Tax Credit & (RDSP) Registered Disability Savings Plan.
We get paid on a 20% contingency fee. Meaning our goal is to maximize your Disability Claim; in doing so, we are working extra hard to uncover as much disability benefits for you so that it will ultimately help us out as well. If the event that we are unsuccessful in uncovering any benefits there is not charge.
On average the process takes less than 120 days.
The money comes from the Disability Tax Credit, where we can can go back and make retro-active adjustment to your returns and from Registered Disability Saving Plan grants and bonds that may be available to you.
Payment can come in 1-2 payments. It is a one-time payment, but can the disability tax credit can to claimed every year eligible.
No, once you are eligible for the Disability Certificate, the amount the government allocates for each tax year is the same for everyone regardless of their effects of impariment. The actual size of your refund, however can vary greatly based on other factors such as age, province of residence, marital status, your overall tax situation and the number of years in which you qualify for the DTC. We will thoroughly analyze every angle of your claim to ensure you uncover the maximum eligible disability benefits to you.
No. The government wants Canadians living with disabilities to enjoy a similar lifestyle to those living without disabilities. They recognize that a disability can be financially taxing so they grant these funds to help alleviate the additional expenses. However, what you do with the funds is up to you – you can purchased specialized medical equipment, pay off debt or take that long deserved vacation.
No, you would not have to pay any taxes on the money received. It is non-taxable.
Your working ability and income has no barring in qualifying and being eligible for the disability tax credit certificate.
Yes. Not only can parents of children with disabilities apply on behalf of their children, the Canadian government grants additional amounts for children under 18. In many situations we can claim these additional amounts even if the child is now over 18.
Yes, you will be required to have your qualified practitioner to complete the medical form. We would recommend choosing your family doctor or specialist that you have the closet relationship with and has all your medical information.
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