At Disability Tax Results, we provide representation to those that have been denied the Disability Tax Credit and educate you on some of the resources available for you or a loved one with a disability. We will also investigate other benefits that may be applicable to you.
If you or someone that you know suffers from physical or mental disabilities, you or your dependent may be eligible for benefits from the government. The disability tax credit has no age barriers.
A Disability Tax Credit is a non-refundable tax credit used to reduce income tax payable or income tax paid to the government. We help clients recoup unclaimed tax credits including disability, caregiver and/or infirm tax credits up to ten years. The Disability Tax Credit can be transferred to supporting family members to reduce their taxable income if it cannot be applied on the client's return. We work with you no matter how small the claim with our reasonable low fees
are designed to meet the requirements
of people who struggle with a day to day impairment. Our primary responsibility is to provide solutions involving tax credits to people with physical, mental, or learning disabilities. The person must be unable to perform basic activities of daily living or require a significantly longer amount of time to perform these activities than an average person of the same age without a disability. Examples of basic activities are: speaking, visual, hearing, walking, feeding, dressing and mental functions for daily life.
Individuals eligible for Disability Tax Credit must have an impairment in physical or mental functions that lasted or is expected to last for a continuous period of at least 12 months. A qualified practitioner certifies that the impairment is severe and will be prolonged.
We also provide access to government matching grant programs such as RDSP's (Registered Disability Savings Plan).
To find out what is required or to get started see our Services page
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