Refund Request Form

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

  1. If married, can you get your spouse to join to maximize your refund?
    Yes   No
  2. In the previous 10 years were you ever considered a single parent and a primary caregiver for a child under 19 years old?
    Yes   No
  3. Did you Buy/Sell a home in the last 10 years?
    Yes   No

What to Expect

Our Benefits Specialists will search your past 10-years tax returns and utilize their special training and advanced software to uncover all available benefits, grants, positive tax law changes, errors and unclaimed credits that apply to you.

Fill out Refund Request Form

Validate your Social Insurance Number

Sign Authorization Form Online

3/5 Applicants we speak to have a benefits claim available

Got Questions?

We've Got Answers!

We made the process of claiming your tax refund extremely simple. If you still have a few questions please review our frequently asked questions.

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GREAT question! Three out of every five people are entitled to a refund and don't know about it. This could be you!
Most of our tax reviews result in a refund from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars.
In most cases, a tax review takes a week or two to complete. If you qualify for a refund, you can expect to receive your money from the CRA within four to twelve weeks depending on the type of refund.
Our Refund Review is free. We only charge you after you receive your unclaimed benefits.
Did you maximize your refund last year?
How about the last 10-years?