Disability Tax Credit for Adults – How to Apply
The disability tax credit for adults is an easy way to offset some of the medical costs that come with having medical conditions that affect your daily life. The first step is calling us for a consultation, free of charge, to discuss your medical condition, and your financial and family situation. This will help our team determine if you qualify for the Disability Tax Credit in Canada.
The list of eligible medical conditions is expansive and is growing as more and more impairments are becoming recognized within the medical field. Since early 2021, the Canadian government has been working to expand the eligibility criteria and make the disability tax credit more accessible. This means that our accountants specializing in the Disability Tax Credit program may be able to help you get approved, even if you’ve been denied in the past.
Once your eligibility is determined, a case specialist will do all the necessary work required to obtain an approval for this credit. This includes corresponding directly with your medical practitioners, filing your application directly to the Government and taking all the necessary steps to generate the maximum refund available. We don’t get paid until you get paid, so you can rest assured that we will do everything in our power to get your case approved by the Canada Revenue Agency.
Eligible Medical Conditions That Qualify for the Disability Tax Credit for Adults
Do you struggle with any of the following?
- Mental functions/Learning (i.e., memory loss, neurodevelopmental disorders)
- Elimination (bladder and bowel function)
- Motor functions (i.e., dressing, movement)
- Require life sustaining therapy
If you answered yes, we can help you file your application for the disability tax credit. If you have previously applied on your own but were denied, talk to us about what we can do to get you approved. And, if you are already getting the disability tax credit, we can take a deeper look into your individual situation to ensure that you aren’t missing out on any further disability related credits.