We specialize in all financial and medical processes regarding the Canadian Disability Tax Credit application. Our clients are Canadians with medical conditions that may qualify to receive money for the Disability Tax Credit and related programs.

The majority of our clients receive a decision on their application within 120 days.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) deposits your refund directly into the bank account you have on your CRA account.

We don’t get paid until you receive your refund!

In most cases, we can claim the funds through immediate family member such as parent, child, sibling, grandparent, aunt, uncle, son/daughter in-law, brother/sister in-law.

Disability Tax Credit eligibility is based on how your conditions impact your daily life and for how long. To learn more about what qualifies for the Disability Tax Credit, visit our Disability Tax Credit Eligibility page.

No. Once approved for the DTC, the money you receive for each tax year is the same for everyone.

How much money you receive depends on many things including age, province of residence, partner status, the amount of taxes you’ve paid, and the number of years you are approved for the DTC. We review your ten-year tax history to ensure you receive the maximum refund possible.

No. Your Disability Tax Credit refund is non-taxable.

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You can, but when you apply for Disability Tax Credit on your own, there’s a high chance of rejection. Even if your Disability Tax Credit application is approved, the money you receive may be far less than what you actually deserve. To give yourself the best chance of success, let the experts at Enable help you.

As long as your student loans are in good standing, you will receive all your DTC money.

All income levels are eligible. We’ve successfully gotten money for Canadians at all income levels.

Yes, and if the person with the medical condition has not paid enough taxes to receive their maximum refund, then you receive the refund directly.

Yes. There is also additional money for children under 18, who were under 18 in the past 10 years.

Yes. As long as the person has been deceased for under ten years a family member can receive their refund.

CRA will deduct what you owe them and then give you the remaining money.

In most cases, yes. However, there is no need to speak with your medical practitioner before starting your application with us. We will advise you if necessary.

Not necessarily. Your medical practitioner’s opinion may differ from how the CRA views your medical condition. We will conduct a thorough review to ensure your claim is given the best opportunity to succeed.

Yes, you can. A part of what we do is connect with your medical practitioner on your behalf to ensure they understand the process and how your symptoms make you eligible for the Disability Tax Credit. It is best to inform your new medical practitioner of your condition and provide them with your medical records.

Yes. Many of our clients who come to us have already received portions of their Disability Tax Credit, and we are still able to get them far more by maximizing their claims.

Congratulations! Now the CRA has to process your refund. You can check on your Disability Tax Credit application status on your CRA My Account Page.

Usually, child benefits are paid in two payments, and tax refunds in one payment.