Canada Disability Tax Benefit Medical Application Submission Service Launched

Canada Benefit Group has launched a specialized service to help eligible Canadians apply for the disability tax credit through the Canada Revenue Agency.

Mount Royal, Canada - July 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Canada Benefit Group based in Mount Royal, Quebec has launched a service to assist Canadians with their application for disability tax benefits. The company specializes in all the ins and outs of the disability tax credit; determining eligibility, arranging tax and medical analyses and managing and submitting applications.

More information can be found by visiting: https://www.canadabenefit.ca

The company’s main goal is to work with people to provide a unique boutique experience that combines superior service with individuality. They are proud to treat every customer as a person and not just another application number. Understanding eligibility and application requirements for the disability tax credit can be daunting and confusing. The team at Canada Benefit Group are dedicated to making the process as easy, fast and pain-free as possible.

They handle everything involved in the process including eligibility consultation, tax and medical analyses, application management, customer support, doctor support, application submission, reassessments and CRA follow ups.

The disability tax credit is a tax refund that is available through the Canada Revenue Agency for individuals with disabilities. The credit is intended to help offset additional costs associated with prolonged impairment in physical or mental functions. The credit is non-refundable, which can help reduce an individual’s taxable income to zero.

When considering eligibility, several factors are considered including the severity and duration of the medical condition, the applicant’s taxable income during the time of their disability, and what support is provided by family members.

The service provided by Canada Benefit Group gives the advantage of working with administrators who have specific knowledge of the disability tax credit application process. The company does not charge anything for their work unless the applicant is approved. Tax and medical assessments are organized and performed at no additional cost.

Roughly 50% of eligible Canadians are not receiving the disability tax credit. Interested parties can find more information and book a consultation at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Aaron Spiro
Email: Send Email
Organization: Canada Benefit Group
Address: 5475 Paré Street, Suite 252, Mount Royal, Quebec H4P 1P7, Canada
Phone: +1-888-511-2250
Website: https://www.canadabenefit.ca/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88895090

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