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Did You Know that Alzheimer's Qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit!

 

The important item here is that you must have the form completed by the Doctor or Nurse Practitioner and that will take time - start the processes NOW!


If you’re living with a medical disability you can receive up to $40,000 in tax credits from the Canadian government. In order to start receiving any money, however, the first step, of course, is completing a form…

 

 

 

 

As with everything, yes there’s paperwork. If your accountant hasn’t got you on the tax credit from the moment the disease was diagnosed it is shameful,  I’ll give you the name of my accountant just phone or email me.


The Disability Tax Credit Form that you need to complete can be downloaded online and is called the “Disability Tax Credit Certificate”. There are two full pages of instructions to help you through and if you need additional assistance you can also call their 1-800 number for assistance. Specifically, you are looking for Form T2201, which is called t2201-12e.pdf on their website; if you’re having trouble finding it just do a simple Google search for “Canada disability tax credit t2201 form” - but the current link is https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/forms/t2201.html

 
 

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