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More about Form T2201

Please ensure you have had your doctor fill out a Form T2201.  It will allow you a 7000+ personal deduction.  Even if you don’t work, it is transferable to your partner. Just follow/Click the links in BLUE from Persons with disabilities.
If you have any problems, contact your social worker.

1.Persons with disabilities
These pages provide information about topics and services specifically for people with disabilities.
Last modified: 2009-01-06 | Page size: 13 KB

2.Tax and benefit information for persons with disabilities
A Web page highlighting numerous tax measures and tax tips for persons with disabilities. Topics include: registered disability savings plan, child disability benefit, and more.
Last modified: 2009-02-23 | Page size: 14 KB

3.Line 316 – Disability amount (for self)
These pages explain an amount for individuals who have an impairment in physical or mental functions that is severe and prolonged.
Last modified: 2009-01-06 | Page size: 12 KB

4.Line 318 – Disability amount transferred from a dependant
These pages explain the transfer of an amount for individuals who have an impairment in physical or mental functions that is severe and prolonged.
Last modified: 2009-01-06 | Page size: 12 KB

5.B-086 – Rebate for specially-equipped vehicles for persons with disabilities
This document explains the rebate of the 7% GST, the 8% provincial component of the HST or the 15% HST that may be claimed on specially-equipped motor vehicles that are used by, or to transport, individuals using wheelchairs, and vehicles equipped with auxiliary driving controls for individuals with disabilities.
Last modified: 1999-10-08 | Page size: 10 KB

6.Line 215 – Disability supports deduction
If you have an impairment in physical or mental functions, these pages explain if your are eligible to claim the expenses you incurred to work, go to school, or do research.
Last modified: 2009-01-06 | Page size: 11 KB

7.Registered Disability Saving Plan (RDSP)
Information on how to set up and establish a RDSP. Additional information on eligibility requirements, taxation, payments, and Canada disability savings grants and bonds.
Last modified: 2009-02-04 | Page size: 12 KB

8.Documents available in etext
This Web page provides links to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) E-text (accessible electronic text) documents that can be downloaded and used with common word processors.
Last modified: 2009-02-26 | Page size: 71 KB

9.Documents available in Braille
This Web page provides links to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) documents available in Braille for download in contracted Braille (grade two Braille).
Last modified: 2009-02-26 | Page size: 58 KB

10.You’ve earned it. Claim it.
A Web page highlighting numerous tax measures to help Canadians save on their taxes. This page contains information tailored to specific individual taxpayers, including: Students, Seniors, Child and Family Benefits Recipients, Persons with Disabilities, Tradespersons and General Taxpayers.