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The National Benefit Authority: Parents of Special Needs Children

Parenting is the most challenging and rewarding role on earth.  The National Benefit Authority encourages parents of special needs children to embrace their special role.  The challenges seem overwhelming when the child requires extra attention, a special diet and more … Continue reading

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The National Benefit Authority Helps You Learn More about Disability Caregiver Tax Credits

Did you know that if you care for a disabled person, even if they aren’t considered your dependent, you might qualify for a very beneficial tax credit? Agencies such as The National Benefit Authority have helped countless disabled people and … Continue reading

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The National Benefit Authority-Helping You Apply for Disability Tax Benefits

Did you know you could get tax benefits for your disability if the symptoms markedly restrict the daily activities of your life? Organizations like The National Benefit Authority can help you apply for and receive these benefits. Many people who … Continue reading

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The National Benefit Authority and Other Agencies Can Help Hypothyroidism Sufferers

There are many illnesses, injuries and conditions that might qualify for the Disability Tax Credit in Canada, depending on the severity of their symptoms, according to The National Benefit Authority. But many people are still not taking advantage of this … Continue reading

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The National Benefit Authority Offers List of Qualifying Disabilities

For Canadians suffering from disabilities, it is important that organizations such as The National Benefit Authority are available to help navigate the complicated process of qualifying for government benefits. One of the most important types of benefits that disabled persons … Continue reading

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Claim a Caregiver Tax Credit Even if Your Parents Only Live with You Part Time

You may qualify for a tax credit if you help support an elderly or disabled parent even if they don’t live with you full time, and there are experts such as those at The National Benefit Authority who can help … Continue reading

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