Many people may not know that the Canadian government has disability tax credits, disability tax benefits and other grants that are available for people with disabilities. This money has been budgeted primarily for people with disabilities and can be accessed by contacting The National Benefit Authority. The process is made very simple and easy. Everything is done to make sure that impediments are removed and that recipients can receive the full amount of funds due.
The funds are available for almost every kind of physical and mental disability. Whatever the condition, experts are available to help decide how the process move along and ensures that every person is satisfactorily dealt with. If difficulty is anticipated, consultants that specialize in the process are available. Of course this will need a fee of some kind and may be better in the long run to streamline things and avoid frustration.
As with any government agency, there are forms to be filled out and conditions to be met. Family members are an important part of the process and a necessary resource to vouch for the applicant and present needed facts that support a case.
Recently, the Canadian government has added a number of programs for people with disabilities such as the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) and the First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit. These are benefits that can be of significance to many, especially first time buyers of homes and those who wish to put money away for the future.
You may call: 613-954-8037 (Client Services); 1-800-267-2384 . You may also try online by visiting: http://www.cra.gc.ca