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Family Caregivers Can Qualify for Canadian Tax Credits and Deductions

In Ontario alone, just 3% of caregivers receive some form of supplementary income, such as social assistance or welfare, workers’ compensation, child tax benefits, or tax credits and deductions.

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What You Need to Know About Ontario’s Social Assistance Reforms

It is difficult to make sense of the Ford government’s proposal to overhaul provincial social assistance. Among the many changes, one should be concerned with Ontarians being the new definition of disability, which is said to align with more narrow

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Why We Always Follow Up on Rejected Disability Tax Credit Claims

When applicants come to The National Benefit Authority for assistance with the Disability Tax Credit application process, not only do they receive the expertise of 10 specialized departments, but our company’s full support. We fully invest our time and resources

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Avoiding Common Errors When Applying for the Disability Tax Credit

The Canada Revenue Agency can be stringent when deciding who qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit, but a significant number of declined Disability Tax Credit applications are the result of human error.

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Understanding BADL, and How it Affects Your DTC Eligibility

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is which medical conditions or disabilities qualify for the Disability Tax Credit in Canada.

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Can You Get the Disability Tax Credit for Mental Illness?

The stigma surrounding mental illness is dissolving – just look at the A-list celebrities and sports stars opening up about their struggles to the public. Thankfully, this has led to more and more people finding the courage to get the

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Down Syndrome in Adults Facts

In support of Down Syndrome Awareness month, we’re building awareness by providing a better understanding of Down syndrome in adults.

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Nurses Can Now Certify Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate

One of the lesser known hurdles of the Disability Tax Credit application process in Canada is liaising with your medical practitioner to complete the compulsory Part B section of Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit certificate.

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What’s the Difference Between ADD and ADHD?

It’s the most widespread psychiatric condition in children with approximately 5 percent of kids getting diagnosed with it, but few people really understand the nuances of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.

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Should It Take This Long to Get My Disability Tax Credit Refund?

Patience is a virtue, but even the most tolerant thumb-twiddlers can have their composure tested when it comes to claiming a Disability Tax Credit refund in Canada.

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