Today: Children with Rare Diseases and Taxes Webcast

Rare disease foundation
What Parents with Children with Rare Diseases
need to know about Taxes Webcast

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Speakers:  Eric Vanderluit  and Aaron Dovell from Vaderluit + Associates
Wednesday, January 16
7:00pm – 9:30pm
Family Support and Research Institute (CFRI)
Room 2108
BC Children’s Hospital Campus

LIVE WEBCAST VIEWING at www.rarediseasefoundation.org
An edited version will be available for viewing on the website shortly after the meeting.

Topics:
1.Provincial programs and supplementary income that may be available
2.Medical expenses and deductibility of certain costs (travel and accommodations, specialized school, attendant care)
3. Disability tax credit
4.Use of a Registered Disability Savings Plan (Matching grants, using RRSP as a result of death, effect of BC Disability Payments)
5. Benefit of a Discretionary Family Trust

If you have questions that you would like answered please email:  rrupps@cw.bc.ca or bring to the meeting. For more information about the webcast and session please click here.

Click here for dirctions to the CFRI Building.
The outside door will be locked but someone will be there to let you in. Parking is free on the street or is available in the hospital parking lot for $3.75 per hour.

If you have any questions please contact:
Rosemarie Rupps, Genetic Counsellor
Rare Disease Foundation
Telephone: 604 875-3492 Fax:  604 875-2376
e-mail: rrupps@cw.bc.ca
www.rarediseasefoundation.org

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About BC Children's Hospital & Sunny Hill Health Centre Patient & Family Advisory

We are Partners in Care Patient and Family Advisory Program to BC Children's Hospital, Sunny Hill Health Centre and BC Women's Hospital Neonatal Program.
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