What are your fees?
We understand that many people living with disabilities have financial hardship. For this reason, we offer our service with no up-front fees whatsoever. You do not pay us a penny unless we are successful in generating a refund at which point we collect a percentage of the amount of that refund. If your application is denied, we simply don’t get paid. There is no financial risk for you at all. What is more, our fees do not carry forward. Once approved, you can continue to benefit by claiming the DTC every year for the rest of your life at no additional charge.
How much money can I expect to get back?
Depending on the nature and circumstances of your condition and tax portfolio our clients can expect to receive anywhere from $1,500-$35,000.
How long will it take until I receive my money?
The application and approval process can take anywhere from 3-6 months. One of the advantages of using our service is that we can help you avoid unnecessary delays by making sure your application is filed correctly the first time.
Will I have to pay taxes on the money I receive?
No. This money is not taxable.
Does it matter how much money I make?
No. We have successfully filed claims for people of all income levels.
Are there any restrictions on how the money can be spent?
No. You are free to use these funds for whatever you want.
Can I claim this for my underage son or daughter?
Yes. The DTC can be transferred to a supporting individual. Moreover, the government offers additional money for those applicants who are under 18 years of age.
Can I apply for someone who is deceased?
As long as there in an executor of the Estate and the original doctor is still available you can apply.
Is my information secure?
Will I be labeled as ‘disabled?’
No. Your information is only shared with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Therefore only you, your doctor and the CRA are aware of your claim. The CRA is bound by strict privacy guidelines that prevent them from sharing any of this information without your written consent.
Can I do this myself?
Yes you can, however applying for yourself may result in an increased likelihood of your application being denied or even if accepted the amounts may be less than what you are entitled to. It is common for people who qualify to be denied benefits on technical grounds. We specialize in securing the Disability Tax Credit for our clients and maximizing their benefits. Without a full understanding of the various medical, legal and tax criteria that the CRA is considering it is easy to make a mistake that can lead to claim being denied. We will guide you and your doctor and ensure that your case is presented to the CRA with the best possible chance for success.