The TP-752.0.14-V: Certificate Respecting an Impairment form certifies that you or a dependant (for whom you’re claiming a tax credit on your return) has a severe and prolonged mental or physical impairment.
If you’re claiming an amount for a severe and prolonged impairment on your return for the first time, you and your health professional must complete a paper copy of this form and send it to Revenu Québec before you prepare your online tax return.
Usually, if you have an approved federal T2201: Disability Tax Credit Certificate form, Revenu Québec will accept it instead of the TP-752.0.14-V form unless you’re required to provide a certificate confirming:
- That the impairment is considered severe because of the time spent undergoing therapy that’s essential for a vital function or
- That the person for whom you’re claiming the tax credit for caregivers is unable to live alone
Note: You’ll need to inform Revenu Québec if your health has improved since you last filed a TP-752.0.14-V form with them.
Where do I claim the credit for a severe or prolonged impairment?
Follow these steps in H&R Block's 2018 tax software:
Before you begin, make sure you tell us that you lived in Québec on December 31, 2018.
- Under the PREPARE tab, click the REQUIRED icon.
- Navigate to the Special situations page. You’ll find yourself here:
Select Yes to the question Do you have a disability? (an impairment in mental or physical functions) and respond to the subsequent related questions that show up.
- Select Yes to the question, Has your impairment lasted, or is it expected to last, for at least 12 consecutive months?.
- Additional disability-related questions will appear on this page. When you arrive at the question Has Revenu Québec approved a Certificate respecting an impairment (TP-752.0.14-V form) for you?, select the response that applies to you.