Canada Pension Plan (CPP):
There are several benefits available to people with disabilities and their families. Let’s discuss them briefly:
Benefits for self:
If you are disabled you may qualify for Canada Pension Plan benefits before you reach the retirement age. Contact us for more information if you:
- are between ages of 18 and 65
- have made Canada Pension Plan contributions at the time you became disabled;
- are physical or mentally impaired i.e. you are not be able to carry out any gainful employment regularly and the disability is likely be of indefinite duration or is likely to result in death.
Benefits for the family:
Child(ren) of a disabled CPP contributor (whether contributor is alive or deceased) may be eligible to receive CPP benefits. Let us help you claim these benefits if you are:
- under the age of 18; or
- between the ages of 18 and 25 and in full-time attendance at school or university
If any of the above situations is applicable contact us and let us work for you to claim these benefits. There are lot of requirements to be completed and we are here to help you claim any funds from the Government that you may be eligible for.
Call us to book a FREE consultation that may result in you receiving up to $42,000 from the Government. Can there be a better investment of your time? So why wait, pick up the phone now and call us at 905 554 8786 or email us at: info@DisabilityRefunds.com