How Provincial Budgets Affect Those with Long-term Disabilities

On April 15, 2012, in British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Saskatchewan, by Jason Hall

The last few blog posts have focused on how the Federal 2012 Budget affect those with long-term disabilities. This post takes you on a quick tour of changes to legislation of provincial budgets. Starting in the West… In Victoria, the British Columbia 2012 Provincial Budget offers social services to provide $294 million over three years […]

Tax Time: Do You Know What Disability Tax Credits You Can Claim?

On March 29, 2012, in Canada, Ottawa, by Jason Hall

Do you know what disability tax credits you’re entitled to? If you’re living with a long-term disability, you may be eligible for the Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSP). First introduced in 2008, the RDSP is designed to help those with disabilities and their caregivers attain long-term financial security. It’s based on the Registered Education Savings […]

Tax Credits for People with Long-Term Disabilities

On February 27, 2012, in British Columbia, Canada, Vancouver, by Jason Hall

On Monday, February 20, Don Davies, NDP MP for Vancouver Kingsway held a sold-out seminar on disability tax credit. It seems there is enough interest in this riding on long-term disability tax credits to pack the Trout Lake Community Centre on a rainy Monday night. As the promotional materials put it, “In our community, thousands of […]

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