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2 Jul 2009

Tax Credits Benefit Families of Persons with Disabilities or Infirmities


Eileen Reppenhagen

 

As you approach filing or adjusting the previous ten years of your tax returns, (yes you can do this under the fairness provisions) families who support persons with disabilities should consider filing their tax returns together to maximize tax credit and expense claims. 

Why? Some credits and expenses can be apportioned, such as the disability tax credit and certain medical expense claims for adults where support can be proven and the expense was paid by the supporting person.

Read more ... https://www.dropbox.com/s/tzigl7bkzlog2c9/TaxCreditsBenefitFamiliesofPersonswithDisabilitiesorInfirmities2013.docx 

 

Eileen Reppenhagen, Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, and Honorary Member of the Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada, writes and speaks about accounting and tax.  She is a regular contributor to Canadian MoneySaver, The TaxLetter and Intuit Canada’s Advisor Advantage.  

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