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Archive for December, 2016


What does it mean to transfer the Disability Tax Credit?

Not all of our clients have disabilities. Some of them are family members of someone living with a disability – like the parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder, or a grandson living with his grandmother with dementia. Families

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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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Consider these Tax Tips before 2016 ends

Canadians typically consider April as the time to think about income taxes, but don’t forget there are a host of considerations to make before the year ends. Buying Medical Insurance Whether you’re self-employed or simply buying extra benefits for your

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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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4 common Disability Tax Credit application mistakes you might be making

Many people come to us for help because their Disability Tax Credit (DTC) applications were declined when they applied. To find out what went wrong in the first place, we look at their applications, their medical histories and interview them

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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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Does your province affect your Disability Tax Credit amount?

We get asked this type of question all the time “how do federal and provincial Disability Tax Credits work?” To claim the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), you must have paid (or expect to pay) income tax – you only get

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