Get Unclaimed CRA Benefits Owed You. Average $3,000.

Our refund review is free. We only get paid after you get paid.

Refund Request Form

Take advantage and find out if you are part of the large percentage of Canadians that have unclaimed benefits owed them.

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How it works

Step 1
Provide us your contact information
Step 2
Fill out our refund maximization form
Step 3
Sign our authorization form
Step 4
You are assigned a Tax Refund Specialist

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Got Questions? We've Got Answers!

We made it simple for you to get started.

  1. Fill out our Refund Request Form
  2. Validate your Social Insurance Number
  3. Sign our Authorization Form Online

After you sign up you will get access to your Personal Page which will provide you with any updates to your file.

The majority of our clients have unclaimed benefits available to them. Typically refunds are larger for married couples with kids who have been working and filing their tax returns for the last 10 years
Most of our tax reviews result in a refund from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars.
Once you are a client we will continue to search for new refund opportunities each new tax year. Many of our clients have received multiple refunds after receiving their first refund.

Absolutely. We are a business that requires tax professionals, customer support specialists, programmers and much more to effectively maximize the refund owed you. It’s important to understand it takes time and money to review your prior 10-years tax returns.


We take the risk of doing the 10-year tax review at no cost to you. After you receive your refund, we charge 33% of the amount received. This is money that you would never have uncovered.

Yes, you are still eligible for a refund.The good part is the refund will reduce your debt with the CRA. In these cases, we require an admin fee upfront since the refund will reduce your debt with the CRA vs coming directly to you.

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