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ACDBP Press Conference

The Association of Canadian Disability Benefit Professionals held a news conference on December 14, 2016 about the half a million eligible Canadians who are not receiving the Disability Tax Credit. New regulations may stamp out the professionals who have already

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Live From Studio 5 – Paul Rosen & Mike Ross talk about the Disability Tax Credit

The National Benefit Authority ambassador, Paul Rosen, joins Accessible Media Inc.’s Mike Ross to answer “why are Canadians with disabilities not getting the money they’re eligible for”? Click to listen to their interview.

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Canada Revenue Agency Contemplating Regulations that will Likely Threaten Access to the Elusive Disability Tax Credit

Cheryl Gallant’s ill thought out private member’s bill threatens to pull the rug out from beneath the half million eligible Canadians still not receiving the disability tax credit OTTAWA, Dec. 14, 2016 /CNW/ – Half a million eligible Canadians have

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L’Agence du revenu du Canada envisage des règlements qui pourraient menacer l’accès au crédit d’impôt pour personnes handicapées, déjà si difficile à obtenir

Le projet de loi émanant de la députée Cheryl Gallant, un projet de loi mal pensé, risque de couper l’herbe sous le pied au demi-million de Canadiennes et de Canadiens qui ne reçoivent pas encore le crédit d’impôt pour personnes

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Marijuana Access is Easier Than Getting a Tax Credit for the Disabled Community

TORONTO, Dec. 13, 2016 /CNW/ – Smoking medical marijuana may be the only recourse for frustrated people not getting their Disability Tax Credit, says the Association of Canadian Disability Benefit Professionals, which questions why half a million Canadians are eligible

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For The Benefit Of Others

Akiva Medjuck saw firsthand what it was like to deal with physical challenges, from relatives coping with disabilities, including a brother and a sister, both born deaf. Life’s hurdles were already difficult for the family, yet there was another source

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Up to 1.1 million disabled Canadians are eligible for free money from Ottawa

Tax season is winding down and when the deadline comes, so too will the reality that hundreds of thousands of Canadians with disabilities will be short-changing themselves. What we mean when we talk about the ‘tax rate’ — and how

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Tax Credits – Get the One That Got Away

It’s been said that the only things guaranteed in life are death and taxes. While the former is sadly true, the latter is dependent on how aware one is when claiming tax credits and deductions. Surprisingly, many people are unaware

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Goodwill’s Closing Reflects Reality For People With Disabilities

World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2016 is now recent history. And the media spotlight has long dimmed on the recent unraveling of Goodwill. But the realities remain. In their own way, each embody a range of significant issues

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Disabled Canadians find ally in National Benefit Authority

Former sledge hockey player and current motivational speaker Paul Rosen doesn’t like the term disabled. The gold medal Paralympian prefers the term ‘differently-abled’. That’s because since he lost his leg, he hasn’t viewed it as a limitation or an impairment,

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