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Disability Application

What is the Disability Tax Credit?
If you feel some ammount of restriction in your daily routine,  you can be eligible for the disability tax credit!



The Disability Tax Credit is the a very under-used but effective way to decrease your medical expenses. Any expenses that to even the most mild physical or mental illnesses on your tax return, putting more money back in your pocket.

The medical bills are only increasing; isn’t it time to reward yourself? If your daily activities are restricted because of physical or mental restrictions, you are eligible for a Disability Tax Return, Blackthorn Bookkeeping can help you with the Disability Tax Credit application process.
You Are Likely Eligible!

There many people who are not aware of the of this credit that they actually lost out on a lot of money. However, you are more than likely eligible for the disability tax credit. All you have to do is ask yourself, this very important question. By answering this you will know if you are eligible.


Self-Assessment Questionnaire

This Questionnaire will help us assess whether you may be eligible for the Tax Credit for individuals with a physical and/or mental impairment.

You can refer to the definitions to help you complete the questionnaire.


You must fill in all fields.
Please Take your time.

Your Name:

Your Email Address:

Your Gender:
Male Female

City of Residence:

Your Phone Number:

Referring Doctor's Office:

1. Has your impairment in physical or mental functions lasted, or is it expected to last for a continuous period of at least 12 months?
Yes
No

2. Do the effects of your impairment cause you to be markedly restricted in one of the following basic activities of daily living?
Speaking Hearing Walking Elimination of Bowels Feeding Dressing Mental Functions Sight and Vision

3. Do you receive life-sustaining therapy?
Yes
No

4. Do you meet any of the following conditions?
Yes No

•Because of the impairment, you are significantly restricted in two or more of basic activities, or you are significantly restricted in vision and at least one of the basic activities of daily living, even with appropriate therapy, medication, and devices.
•These significant restrictions exist together, all or substantially all the time.
•The cumulative effect of these significant restrictions is equivalent to being markedly restricted in a single basic activity of daily living.


Markedly Restricted:
You are markedly restricted if, all or substantially all the time, you are unable ( or it takes you an inordinate amount of time)to perform one or more of the basic activities of daily living, (see list in Question 4)even with therapy ( other than life-sustaining therapy) and the use of appropriate devices and medication.

Prolonged:
An impairment is prolonged if it has lasted, or is expected to last, for a continuous period of at least 12 months.

Qualified Practitioner:
Qualified practitioners are medical doctors, optometrists, audiologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, and speech-language pathologists.

Significantly Restricted:
Means that although you do not quite meet the criteria for the markedly restricted, your ability to perform a basic activity of daily living is still substantially restricted.

Life-Sustaining Therapy:
You have to dedicate time for this therapy, at least 3 times a week, for an average of at least 14 hours a week. Time dedicated to therapy means that you must be required to take time away from everyday normal activities in order to receive therapy.

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