How to be a diabetic's new best friend

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    Steven Williams
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    Over the last two years, I have become the best friend to many insulin dependent diabetics. How? By informing & helping them get the Disability Tax Credit from Canada Revenue Agency. It is a process, but it is extremely worth it. Just processed the adjustments for a lady last week and it was $21,600+ in tax refunds!

    Quote from her – I love you so much! We never knew this even existed!

    Now if she was under the age of 49, how much would she love me if I told her there would be up to $90,000 in grants and bonds for her retirement?

    Please help me get the word out there, that there is a lot of “programs” to access additional funds because you are insulin dependent.

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    Wiggles
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    Hi I am a 42 year old insulin dependent diabetic and have had since I was 15 was wondering how I would go about finding more information on how to proceed with this information you have provided.Thank you

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