- Complete application process
- Communication with your doctor/medical practitioner
- Communication with Canada Revenue Agency
- Responding to questions regarding your account
- Transferring unused credits to spouse/family members to ensure maximum benefit
- Submit and follow up objection if claim is denied
- Income Tax Preparation
- Recapturing other government tax credits retroactively
- Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Benefits
- Retirement Planning
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I qualify if I don’t earn any income?
A: Yes, you can still qualify and TimPaq Refund Services can obtain a disability tax credit refund regardless of your income.
Q: I am not severely disabled, would I still be able to apply for the DTC?
A: Yes, Canada Revenue Canada Agency decided to accept many more conditions which were not eligible in the past. CRA determines your eligibility by how you are affected by your condtion.
Q: My income is very modest, would I still qualify for the DTC?
A: Yes, and we can obtain a disability tax refund regardless of your income.
Q: I do not have a taxable income since I have been unemployed due to my disability. Would I still be eligible to a refund?
A: Yes, the DTC can be transferred to a supporting family member to reduce their taxes payable.
Q: What does TimPaq Refund Services do?
A: We assist people with physical and mental disabilities to receive a variety of government tax credit benefits.
Q: How long does it take to receive the DTC refund?
A: The process takes approximately 120-150 days depending on what time of the year you are applying, but some of our clients received it in less time.
Q: Do I have to pay taxes on the tax refund?
A: No, the refund is non-taxable.
Q: Does the DTC affect my Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, WSIB & CSST Compensation?
A: No, it does not affect any of these benefits.