Are you claiming your caregiver tax credit
Kevin Greenard mentions in this article:
"To be eligible for the Canada caregiver amount, a family member must have relied on you for support because of an impairment in their mental or physical functions during the year.
This means they needed your help with the activities of daily living, such as cooking, getting to appointments, or bathing. It used to be a requirement that the relative lived with you, but this is no longer the case.
For the purposes of this tax credit, a dependent can be you or your spouse’s:
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