Bowel Function Difficulty? Get DTC

Do you have bowel function difficulty? You may be entitled to Disability Tax Credit if you (i) are unable to personally manage bowel or bladder functions or (ii) require an inordinate amount of time to personally manage bowel or (iii) bladder functions or need the assistance of another person to empty and tend to your ostomy appliance or (iv) are incontinent of … more

Dressing Difficulty? Get Disability Tax Credit

Do you have dressing difficulty i.e., you can not dress yourself without assistance from another person or you require an inordinate amount of time to dress you may be entitled to claim Disability Tax Credit (DTC) from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) A lot of people who face dressing difficulty have Arthritis or Back injury or … more

Developmentally Delayed (DD)? Get Disability Tax Credit

Are you Developmentally Delayed (DD) or have any of it’s symptons? You may qualify for Disability Tax Credit from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Do you have Language delay or Gross motor delay or Fine motor delay or Self-help delay or Social skills delay or Global delay or Pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) or Specific developmental disorders (SDD) or Thinking or Cognitive skill delay? If this … more

Got Symptons of Cerebral Palsy? Get Disabilty Tax Credit

Do you have Cerebral Palsy (CP) or any of it’s symptons? You may qualify for Disability Tax Credit from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Any type of CP – Spastic Cerebral Palsy; Athetoid Cerebral Palsy or Ataxic Cerebral Palsy may qualify. Cerebral Palsy (CP) – the name given to group of nervous systme disorders that cause damage … more

Have Symptons of Autism? Get Disability Tax Credit

Do you have Autism or any of its symptons (for example do you have problem establishing friendships? or lack of empathy or have delay in or lack of learning to talk or suffer from depression or anxiety or have epilepsy or need a lot of assistance or have low intelligence or need supervision?. If this is … more

Got Dementia? Get Disability Tax Credit

If you have Dementia or one or more of these challenges or other challenges faced by people with Dementia than you may qualify for Disability Tax Credit (DTC) While symptoms of dementia can vary greatly, one may have difficulty with Memory or Communication and language or Ability to focus and pay attention or Reasoning and judgment … more

Got Alzheimer’s disease? Get Disability Tax Credit!

If you have one or more of these challenges or other challenges faced by people with Alzheimer’s Disease than you may qualify for Disability Tax Credit (DTC)

Do you have any symptons like Memory loss, especially of recent events, names, placement of objects, and other new information or Confusion about time and place or Struggling to complete familiar actions, such as brushing teeth or getting dressed or Trouble finding the appropriate words, completing sentences, and following directions and conversations or Poor judgment when making decisions or Changes in mood and personality, such as increased suspicion, rapid and persistent mood swings, withdrawal, and disinterest in usual activities or Difficulty with complex mental assignments, such as balancing a checkbook or other tasks involving numbers? You do not have to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease – just have to have symptons! Get in touch with us to asses your situation and find out if you would qualify for Disability Tax Credit from the Canada Revenue Agency.

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Many people are not aware that certain disabilities may make you get financial help from the government in the form of Disability Tax Credit.

We have many years experience in helping you get the financial compensation you deserve.  Even though we are based in Toronto, Ontario, we serve clients from all parts and provinces of Canada including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

If you are looking for an experienced qualified Disability Tax Credit Consultant, get in touch with us for a free consultation. You don’t pay us anything until your claim is successful.

We will assess your situation and determine if you qualify. Following which, we will do the necessary paperwork and submit your application for fast approval. All you need to do is to get your doctor to certify your condition and sign our agreement and authorize us to deal with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on your behalf. We’ll also be in touch with the CRA and keep you informed of the status of your application.

The process of applying for Disability Tax Refunds is never straightforward. It requires careful preparation. Through years of submitting such applications, we know the process well and do our best to file your application in the best way in order to avoid complications.

We look forward to being of service to you.

Walking Difficulty? Get qualified for Disability Tax Credit

Disability Tax Credit for people with walking difficulty

Do you have walking difficulty (for example have pain or exhaustion or walk slowly or shortness of breath), or you experience severe episodes of fatigue, ataxia, lack of coordination, and problems with balance. If this is your condition, you may qualify for Disability Tax Credit Medical conditions that may lead to walking problem include: Chronic back problem, … more

Vision Problem? Get Disability Tax Credit

Do you have Vision Problem (for example you have very weak eyesight or you are considered blind if, even with the use of corrective lenses or medication the visual acuity in both eyes is 20/200 (6/60) or less with the Snellen Chart (or an equivalent); or the greatest diameter of the field of vision in both eyes is 20 degrees or less.. If this is your condition, you may qualify for Disability Tax Credit

Medical conditions that may lead to Vision problem include AMD, Blurred vision, Cataracts, Childhood blindness, Corneal opacification, Cranial Nerve Palsy, Diabetic Retinopathy, Double vision, Eye injury, Eye Surgery Complications, Glaucoma, Low vision, Macular degeneration, Myopia, Onchocerciasis, Poor visual perception, Trachoma, Vision less then 20/200

If you are suffering from anyone of the above Vision Problem, get in touch with us to asses your situation and find out if you would qualify for Disability Tax Credit from the Canada Revenue Agency.

Many people are not aware that certain disabilities may make you get financial help from the government in the form of Disability Tax Credit.

We have many years experience in helping you get the financial compensation you deserve.  Even though we are based in Toronto, Ontario, we serve clients from all parts and provinces of Canada including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

If you are looking for an experienced qualified Disability Tax Credit Consultant, get in touch with us for a free consultation. You don’t pay us anything until your claim is successful.

We will assess your situation and determine if you qualify. Following which, we will do the necessary paperwork and submit your application for fast approval. All you need to do is to get your doctor to certify your condition and sign our agreement and authorize us to deal with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on your behalf. We’ll also be in touch with the CRA and keep you informed of the status of your application.

The process of applying for Disability Tax Credit is never straightforward. It requires careful preparation. Through years of submitting such applications, we know the process well and do our best to file your application in the best way in order to avoid complications.

We look forward to being of service to you.

 

 

Back Pain? Get Disability Tax Credit

Do you have Back Pain?  For example you may have Low back problem, or Injury from sports or heavy lifting or Severe back pain after a fall or injury or accident or Bulging disc or rupture disc or Sciatica or Herniated disc or Spinal stenosis or Spondylitis or inflamation of spinal joints or Cervical Radiculopathy or Fibromyalgia  or Obesity? You may have to … more

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