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Receive up to $50,000
You may be eligible to receive a tax credit of up to $50,000 from the CRA. The credits could be given retroactively. Get your free, no-obligation assessment.
You're not paying for processing your application so it's a hassle-free process. We only get paid when you get paid.
We have helped thousands of Canadians and we are confident we can help you too. We have over 20 years of Disability Tax Credit (DTC) experience.
We are proud and happy to help our differently abled fellas Canadians to receive the tax credits they deserve. We have a success rate of over 95%. Let us help you today as well.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Dissociative Identity Disorder
Gender Identity Disorder
Global Development Delay
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Cerebral Palsy (CP)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Pain Disorder
Glucose Transporter Type 1 Deficiency
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
What disabilities qualify for the tax credit?
To put it simply: a lot. Qualified tax credit disabilities range from Fibromyalgia and arthritis to bowel disorder and glaucoma. There still isn’t a universal definition of ‘disability’ in Canada, but this does not mean that it is impossible to receive the Disability Tax Credit. It does mean that your application must effectively prove that you have a disability.
Are there any other qualifications I must meet?
Beyond your disability, you must be between the ages of 18 – 65. You must also have contributed to the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) for 4 of the 6 years prior to applying OR contributed for 3 of the past 6 years if you have contributed for at least 25 years. You can also claim the DTC on behalf of another tax-paying citizen, as long as they are a family member or a caregiver.
We help Canadians with disabilities get the money they need.
For over 10 years, we have successfully helped thousands of Canadians apply and qualify for the Disability Tax Credit. We work closely with our clients on their T2201 form to ensure that their form presents a strong case to the Canadian Revenue Agency.
Many Canadians are denied from receiving the Disability Tax Credit because their application doesn’t adequately convince the CRA that they have a severe and prolonged mental or physical disability. With our help, you can feel confident that you are submitting a strong application.
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Many Canadians with disabilities don’t get approved because they opt to fill out their T2201 Form themselves rather than seek the help of a professional. If you’re living with a severe and prolonged mental or physical disability, we can get you approved for the Disability Tax Credit.
We have been helping clients with their applications for the Disability Tax Credit for many years now, and we can guarantee that you will be satisfied with our services.
Disability Tax Credit (DTC)
The Disability Tax Credit (DTC) is a tax credit that helps to replace some of the lost earnings for people who can’t work because of a disability. Whether the disability is mental or physical, the DTC is meant to meant to ease the financial strain of living with a disability. The Disability Tax Credit is a non-refundable tax credit that reduces the amount of income tax that a person with a disability would have to pay. In order to be eligible for the Disability Tax Credit, you must prove to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that you are living with a severe and prolonged mental or physical disability that is keeping you out of the workforce. The process for applying for the Disability Tax Credit begins with an individual filling out the T2201 form and submitting it to the CRA.
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Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability
Many Canadians thinks of The Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) as a program that is there to help them when they retire. They put some money into it while they work, and it provides for them when they stop working. The CPP, however, is much more than that. Beyond its role as a retirement safety net, the CPP is also there to help people living with disabilities. It provides benefits for those who have made sufficient contributions to the CPP in their life, and this includes people who need the help because a disability is keeping them from working. If you have a disability that keeps you from working, and you have contributed to the CPP for multiple years, then you can rely on CPP Disability to help you in your time of need. Don’t let your disability make life more difficult for you.
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Child Disability Tax Benefit
The Disability Tax Credit is meant to help people who can’t work because of a disability, and it is available to those who have contributed to the CPP. But what options are available to some of those Canadaians you have not contributed to the CPP? What options are available to children living with a disability and their caregivers? Children living with a disability need constant support from a parent or caregiver. Parents who can’t afford a caregiver need to stay home with their child who has a disability. The Child Disability Tax Benefit is a solution for those people. It helps offset the financial burdens of raising a child with a disability. The process for applying for the Child Disability Tax Benefit is the same as applying for the Disability Tax Credit and applies to children who are 18 years old and younger.
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These guys helped me every step of the way when it came to filling out my T2201 form. They made the whole process so simple and easy to understand.
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I had no idea I could collect money from the government for my disability. I found these guys and they were able to help me make collect money for previous years and they got me approved to receive money now.
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Tax Benefits Canada worked extremely hard to get every dollar they could. I was originally had my taxes done by another company, but was only getting a small credit for my disability. After going with Tax Benefits Canada, I started to receive much more in tax credits.
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