If your Disability Tax Credit application has been declined, your first step should be to contact CRA and ask that your application be reviewed by another agent. If the second agent still finds against you, you will have to send in a letter asking to appeal the decision on your application.
Below are sample letters that have been successfully used when dealing with the Canadian Revenue Agency at various levels of appeals for the Disability Tax Credit for those with Type 1 diabetes.
Please note that these are samples to assist you in your own tax case ONLY. We are not lawyers or accountants.
Sample Notice of Objection Letter
A Day in the Life of ___________
Note: All data from the glucose levels and injections must be recorded.______ must be observed during snack and meal times to ensure that everything is consumed.
Give detailed, time of day account of 24 hours in your life. Use examples from the Disability Tax Credit page, or the journal that you used for your initial application.