Lunch & Learn: Income tax benefits for people with disabilities (HIV) – Friday, November 18, 2016

Lunch and Learn

“Want to learn about tax assistance for people with disabilities, the Disability Tax Credit, and the Registered Disability Savings Plan?

Disability Alliance BC (DABC) DABC Advocates will provide information on:

  • Filing income taxes and accessing GST/HST/PST tax credits
  • The Working Income Tax Benefit
  • Child Tax Benefits The Disability Tax Credit
  • Registered Disability Savings Plan Grants and Bonds
  • The Endowment 150 Program

DABC will provide information on the benefits of filing a tax return every year, and how DABC advocates can help to file previous years of income taxes for recipients of provincial disability assistance (PWD and PPMB)!

You will learn how to apply for the Disability Tax Credit, a pre-requisite to opening an RDSP and about how to qualify for grants and bonds from the federal government to grow your RDSP. Qualified recipients can receive $1,000 a year in bonds and even more in grants to save for the future.

Friday, November 18, 2016
12pm – 2:30
101 – 1139 Yates Street
Victoria, BC

This workshop is free and open to people living with HIV
Lunch provided

250.382.7927 or


The DABC is a non-profit organization that provides information and advocacy for people with disabilities. Formed in 1977, the DABC mission is to help its clients receive the government benefits and services to which they are entitled.

Vancouver Island Persons Living With HIV/AIDS Society (VPWAS) 205 - 1120 Yates Street, Coast Salish Territories, Victoria, BC. V8V 3M9
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