Get Disability Support with the National Benefit Authority
Living with a disability is hard. It is equally hard to secure financial support for disability care. The National Benefit Authority realizes this and offers help to people with disabilities who are entitled to money from government.
Some people are surprised to learn that government owes them money. Years ago, the government of Canada established the Disability Tax Credit. This disability support program offers annual tax savings and so much more. Qualifying for the Disability Tax Credit allows a person to claim substantial amounts of money – between $1,500 and $40,000.
The government of Canada has money reserved for people with disabilities. This money is accessible to most persons living with disabilities. In order to receive these benefits, the government of Canada (through the Canada Revenue Agency or CRA) requires the completion of the Disability Tax Credit Certificate. Unfortunately, for unknown reasons, many people who apply for the Disability Tax Credit do not qualify.
The National Benefit Authority Files Successful Claims
The National Benefit Authority makes sure people who are eligible for the Disability Tax Credit are able to receive the money they are entitled to from government. Contacting the National Benefit Authority is the best way to consult Benefit Specialists and talk to them about unique circumstances. A free consultation is available to those who call 1888-389-0080 or fill out this online form: http://www.thenba.ca/free-consultation.html.
Working together with the National Benefit Authority makes it possible to collect the full amount of money owed. For those who wonder what personal health concerns are eligible for the Disability Tax Credit, take the Disability Living Health Assessment.
Other than having a severe and prolonged physical or mental impairment, there are a few other contributing factors that can increase chances of qualifying for the Disability Tax Credit. They include:
– Life-sustaining Therapies
– Significant Restrictions
– Taxable Income
To secure disability support with help from the National Benefit Authority, learn more about these related areas.
Many people are misinformed about the Disability Tax Credit. They think that if it is possible to stand, walk, see, and hear then they do not qualify. This is not true. The purpose of the Disability Tax Credit is to supplement incomes of people who have excessive medical expenses.
People who rely on life-sustaining therapies fall into this category. If this type of treatment routine supports a vital function, requires 14 hours per week or more, and has to be administered at least three times per week, then it may be considered a life-sustaining therapy. A couple examples of life-sustaining therapies include insulin shots, kidney dialysis, chest physiotherapy, and more.
The National Benefit Authority files life-sustaining therapy claims on behalf of people in these situations.
It seems easy to grasp the concept of being markedly restricted. (Not having the ability to move about freely or walk independently are some of the first ideas to come to mind.) When someone is restricted by such circumstances, 90-100 percent of his or her time is consumed by the disability.
If the Disability Tax Credit were only promised to people with these types of restrictions, it would only help a small portion of people who seek disability support. Thankfully, in 2005 the Disability Tax Credit Certificate introduced the term “significantly restricted.” A person who falls into this category can perform most daily tasks but is restricted in two or more of the following areas:
– Elimination- bowel and/or bladder function
– Mental functions necessary for daily activities
People with multiple disabilities are entitled to the Disability Tax Credit too. Unfortunately, inconveniences of multiple disabilities are harder to explain than fully debilitating conditions. This is why the National Benefit Authority helps all people with disabilities get the money they deserve from government.
Maintaining gainful employment is hard for people who are markedly and significantly restricted. Without generating a taxable income, how does the tax credit work?
The National Benefit Authority assists people who cannot work. These individuals are still entitled to substantial payments – up to $40,000. (Although, this amount decreases every day that one does not work and does not claim the Disability Tax Credit.)
Without drawing a taxable income, it is still possible to receive annual tax savings by transferring the tax credit to a supporting person. To ensure the proper benefits are received, it is important to have professionals guide the process of transferring the Disability Tax Credit.
The National Benefit Authority is equipped with understanding of the Disability Tax Credit. These professionals can help a person navigate how his or her unique circumstances and qualify for the supplemental income solution. Whether transferring the tax credit, proving multiple disabilities, or filing a claim for using a life-sustaining therapy, the National Benefit Authority is available to help.
Benefit Specialists at the National Benefit Authority have helped thousands of people get the money they deserve from government.