We are now taking appointments for
our FREE 2020 Tax Clinic
Where: Youth Employment Services
When: Monday, March 16th
What do you need to bring?
- Photo ID
- Tax Forms
Tax forms (if applicable):
- T4 slip (employment slip)
- T5007 (EIA)
- T3 (RRSP)
- Child Care slips
- Medical Slips
- Charitable Donations slips
- Rent Receipts/Proof of Rent
Please be advised that you MUST attend
this appointment in person along with government issued ID.
Anyone who attends in place of another person will be refused service, and turned away due to privacy reasons.
Thank you for your interest. All appointments have been booked.
If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email email@example.com
You may be eligible for help at a free tax clinic if you have a modest income and a simple tax situation.
In general, a modest income means your total family income is less than the amount shown in the chart below, based on the size of your family. Check with your local community organization, as they may set different amounts.
Suggested income level
Family size Total family income is under...
1 person $35,000
2 persons $45,000
3 persons $47,500
4 persons $50,000
5 persons $52,500
More than 5 persons $52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person
Simple tax situation
In general, your tax situation is simple if you have no income or if your income comes from any of these sources:
benefits such as the Canada Pension Plan, disability insurance, employment insurance, and social assistance
registered retirement savings plans (RRSPs)
scholarships, fellowships, bursaries or grants
interest (under $1,000)
Your tax situation is not simple if you:
are self-employed or have employment expenses
have business or rental income and expenses
have capital gains or losses
filed for bankruptcy in the tax year (or the year before, if that return has not yet been filed)
are completing a tax return for a deceased person