$ 1500


up to

with the

home accessibility

tax credit

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Get up to $1500 with the Home Accessibility Tax Credit

For the first time in recorded Canadian history, citizens over the age of 65 outnumber children under the age of 15. The baby boomers are retiring at record rates and are thinking about home renovations for aging in place. The Canadian government has begun to put more thought into the long-term impact of an aging population on the national and provincial budgets.

They’ve come to realize two things:

Starting in 2016 tax year, they introduced the Home Accessibility Tax Credit (HATC)

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