Additional Benefits of the DTC
You may be eligible to receive up to $50,000 for minors
or $15,000 for adults.
You or others can contribute to a special savings account, the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). Contributions are not tax deductible but will be partly matched by the government through Canada Disability Savings Grants and Bonds.
First Time Home Buyers Credit
The Home Buyer’s Tax Credit was introduced in 2008 and is intended for first-time home buyers with the exception of persons with disabilities who can claim it even if it’s not their first home.
Caregiver and Infirm Dependant Credits
The amount for an eligible dependant, the amount for infirm dependants age 18 or older and/or the Caregiver amount will help you offset your expenses when you care for someone with a disability. These amounts can include parents, children over 18 years old, siblings, niece, nephew, aunt, uncle or grandparents.
Working Income Tax Benefit
The Working Income Tax Benefit Disability supplement is designed to encourage disabled Canadians to enter and stay in the workforce.
Home Renovation Credit
If renovations are done to make the home more accommodating to the person with the disability the costs are allowed as a medical expense.
Request for Consultation
Thank You for your interest in the Disability Tax Credit Program. Please provide the following information to set up a consultation. We will be contacting you by telephone to go over the program with you in more detail.
Request Application Package
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