When a Canadian who has a disability applies for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), they are hoping to receive the maximum refund. While this is not always the case, he or she should be entitled to some compensation. At First Support, it is our mission to help disabled persons get the maximum refund, and if they’ve been denied completely, work to get the benefits they deserve. The list of qualifying disabilities is quite long, and if you feel you’ve been unjustly denied on your DTC application, please contact us right away.
The process for receiving your DTC refund varies for each person, since each person’s situation is unique, but the majority of our clients receive their money within 120 days. There is no income restriction when applying for the tax credit, and as long as you’ve paid income taxes, there should be a refund you can claim. The paperwork and processes can often cause issues for individuals and their family members, and that’s why we’re here – to take care of the details. Relatives of a disabled individual can also apply for the DTC, provided they supply food, clothing, or shelter for their loved one.
Trying to navigate the governmental process of disability tax credits can be frustrating, and that’s why First Support was created – to alleviate the stress associated with applying for your refund, or applying a second time after being rejected on the first attempt. We’ll always be in your corner, ready to provide assistance and answer any questions you may have. Contact us today at 1-888-509-0978.