Your money!!!

  The Disability Tax Credit is your money not Government money!   The Disability Tax Credit is your income tax money that has been overpaid from past years.  It is not government program money.  This is important to know, as the claiming the DTC is a request to get a portion of your tax money…

New DTC Forms

NOTICE: Canada Revenue Agency has recently made significant changes to the DTC application forms.  These changes are the most significant in the last 20 years. Canada Revenue Agency has changed their Disability Tax Credit application forms. This change significantly impacts applicants and medical practitioners authorized to complete Disability Tax Credit forms.  The main change is that…

Can You Walk?

PEOPLE WHO CAN WALK, OR FUNCTION IN GENERAL CAN QUALIFY! This is just a reminder to everyone visiting our website, that Canadians who can function, but are slowed in functioning, can qualify for the Disability Tax Credit. Are you slowed in walking, or require more time with your bowel or bladder functioning (use the washroom…

Free Assessment a Must!

QUITE FRANKLY, IF YOU ARE NOT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE ASSESSMENT, YOU ARE MISSING A GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Our free assessments could be best described as educational and informative one-on-one discussions designed to increase knowledge of the Disability Tax Credit program, the qualifying rules, the benefit amounts, and the application process. In just a few minutes…

Hard-of-Hearing…BMD can Help!

A key group of Canadian’s that qualify for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) are the Hard-of-Hearing (HOH). BMD recognizes that the majority of Canadian’s who are HOH are likely not receiving the DTC.  Being that the DTC can provide these people with as much as $20,000 in a lump sum benefit, as well as up…

CBC talks to BMD!

CBC News talks to BMD for information about the Disability Tax Credit Tom McFeat, a Senior Writer for CBC News,  researched the Disability Tax Credit for a recently posted article on the CBC website.  Here is an excerpt what he reported… “A Winnipeg-based tax credit consultant says it isn’t just potential claimants, but also their doctors, who…

DTC Explained!

This year marks yet another year the Disability Tax Credit remains a valid annual income tax health benefit available to the Canadian public. This also marks the 8th year BMD Services has been helping people to better understand the DTC. I also wanted to take this opportunity to remind Canadian’s that the DTC is an…

BMD Recognized Experts!

Thank you to Canada Revenue Agency 1-800# customer assistance line whose operators have recognized the difficulties callers and their treating medical practitioners can experience when trying to understand the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) qualifying criteria, application process, and associated forms, by referring callers specifically to BMD Services (Benefits for Medical Disabilities). Though Canada Revenue Agency…

Caregiver Amount Information!

Canada Revenue Agency allows tax benefit for those who care for family members. Health restricted Canadians do not have to earn a taxable income for the years they qualify for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), in order to benefit from it.  If they are provided any regular support for food, shelter, or clothing during any…

DTC for Deceased!

If a family member has passed away within any of the last 10 years, and had a health condition that qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit, the estate may receive up to $25,000 in lump sum income tax credit. Currently Canada Revenue Agency allows the Disability Tax Credit to be awarded on behalf of deceased…