Canada Vision & Mobility Impairment Disability Tax Benefit DTC Service Announced

Canada Benefit Group has announced it can streamline and simplify the disability tax credit application. Operating since 2014, it has helped clients reclaim over $4m.

Mount Royal, Canada - August 13, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Canada Benefit Group has announced that it can help clients to connect all the pieces of their disability tax credit application, so that it has the best chance of success. Along the way, the team provides high quality support and is there to answer any questions the client might have.

More information can be found at: https://canadabenefit.ca

Disability tax credit is available to anyone who has severe or prolonged impairment in a physical or mental function. This could include walking, seeing, mental functions, eating, or range of other issues.

It is a non-refundable tax credit, and any impairment counts if it has lasted for 12 months or more, or if it is expected to do so.

However, there are many residents who don’t know they are able to receive disability tax credit. What’s more, some people are worried about the process and don’t know where to begin.

Research shows that there are over 1.2 million DTC recipients in Canada, and many who could be claiming but aren’t for one reason or another. This is why the Canada Benefit Group was created.

The group states: “The application process was overly complicated. Many Doctors and accountants were unclear on the eligibility criteria. Government agents were not very helpful over the phone. People who should have been eligible were getting denied. It was time to change all this. The Canada Benefit Group was born.”

With Canada Benefit Group, anyone can get professional help in their application to ensure it runs as smoothly as possible. Their specialty is in ensuring that the process is made completely stress free.

The team prides itself on helping clients to get the very best customer service experience when applying for DTC. The focus is always on ensuring that clients receive the minimum amount of benefits in the shortest time possible.

The group has been operating since 2014, and has over 1,000 successful clients. In that time, they have helped clients to reclaim over $4m.

Full details of the services provided can be found on the URL 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: 88907208

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