Caregivers: we can help you take care of your dependants
You undoubtedly know that taking care of a disabled person can be difficult. Thankfully, there are tax credits that can help. If you are caring for a person who is neither a spouse nor a common-law partner, in a household in which you both reside, you can claim up to $4402.
In addition, caregivers can file for the family caregiver tax credit, which is a 15% credit in the amount of $2,000. You may use it for your spouse, common-law partner or children under the age of 18.