dreamstime_xxl_27892945For those of us with normal mobility, we usually think nothing of getting out of bed each morning, getting dressed, and preparing breakfast. We’re able to do all of these things with little to no restriction, and don’t often experience pain while performing everyday activities. However, there are those who suffer from limited mobility, and even the most mundane tasks can take every ounce of effort they have. At First Support Professionals (FSP), it is our mission to help those Canadians with limited mobility find the tax credits they deserve so they can maintain a comfortable standard of living.

Family Members and In-Home Care

It is quite common for those with limited mobility to live with a family member who takes care of everyday tasks such as dressing, bathing, and preparing meals. If the disabled person doesn’t live with a family member, they may have in-home care, which can be expensive. The tax consultants at FSP will help you understand what tax credits you or your loved one are entitled to, and what level of refund you can expect. The Disability Tax Credit can be applied to the disabled person’s return, or transferred to a family member who cares for their loved one on a regular basis, providing food, clothing, and shelter.

If you suffer from limited mobility and have questions about the Canadian Disability Tax Credit, please contact us right away. We understand that the paperwork and processes from the Canada Revenue Agency can be lengthy and overwhelming, and that’s why we’re here – to help you every step of the way.

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