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Who qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit?

Did you know that that mental illness, irritable bowel syndrome and addiction may qualify for the Disability Tax Credit? Up to 1.1 million Canadians live with disabilities and afflictions that may qualify for the Disability Tax Credit, but there are

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Watch our Disability Tax Credit Team do the Mannequin Challenge

Watch The NBA, Disability Tax Credit Specialists, do the Mannequin Challenge in their office!

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Help – I can’t claim the Disability Tax Credit!

Did you know you can transfer any unclaimed Disability Tax Credit amounts to a family member? Sometimes when our clients are approved for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), they may not claim the entire approximate $1,700 for the year, simply

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Five Benefits of the Disability Tax Credit You Didn’t Know

Many Canadians living with disabilities don’t take advantage of all the disability benefits available to them – largely because they aren’t widely known, often vary in eligibility guidelines and procedures, and are lengthy to apply. So would you be surprised

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What is a tax credit?

Tax credits can reduce the amount of income tax you owe, or increase your tax refund. However, not all tax credits are created equal. Some tax credits are meant for families with children, while others are designed for Canadians living

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Toronto, Ontario, August 9, 2015. Canada vs USA sitting Volleyball 2015 Parapan Am Games . Photo Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic Committee

Paralympic hopeful Katelyn Wright Redefines “Normal”

Normal, a word that holds a heavy meaning to the human race. It’s something we strive to be, something we want our families to be, something we feel we need to be accepted by our peers. But what is normal?

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The Story of Sitting Volleyball Athlete Chris Bird

My name is Chris. I was raised in Brandon, MB. At age 15, I was involved in a Jeep accident when a friend of mine and myself, were thrown from the vehicle, neither of us wearing seatbelts. When I came

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A renewed purpose – “a new team”

By Felicia Voss-Shafiq Sitting Volleyball Athlete, Team Canada To anyone who sees me, I appear positive, happy, and well adapted, with an amazing pair of legs. And I have every reason to be – I am part of the Canadian

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United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Today is the United Nations’ International Day of People with Disabilities. This year’s global theme is Inclusion matters – access and empowerment for people of all abilities. That belief is what The National Benefit Authority was founded on almost a

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A Team Canada Sitting Volleyball Player’s Journey of Hope

The challenge of a disability has made life more interesting for University of Calgary student Shacarra Orr On October 1, 2011 my life changed drastically. I was on my way to the first volleyball game of my grade 10 year

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