Canada. Canada Revenue Agency [Central East]

Site: Owen Sound - M'Wikwedong Native Cultural Resource Centre

Service: Community Volunteer Income Tax Program - for Indigenous Families

Description (Service) Free and confidential income tax clinic for Indigenous peoples * contact for any inquiries or to arrange appointment. Clinic is one day only, appointment is required. 
Will assist with previous year and current year returns only 
Clinic held at Grey Bruce Public Health Unit, 101 17th St E
Service Details
Public Comments For any questions or concerns regarding eligibility requirements, call Centre to discuss.
Hours Thu Apr 12, 2018, by appointment 10 am-5 pm
Areas Served Bruce County ; Grey County
Eligibility Members of First Nation community * includes Life Long Care clientele but available to any urban First Nation families 
Suggested maximum income levels  
Single: Up to $30,000  
Couple: Up to $40,000  
One adult with child: Up to $35,000 * $2500 for additional dependent  
Volunteers do not prepare tax returns for complex situations such as:  
* returns for deceased persons;  
* individuals who file for bankruptcy;  
* self-employed individuals;  
* individuals who report capital gains or losses; or  
* individuals who report employment expenses, or business or rental income and  
Application Call for appointment 
Bring following documents:  
* all income slips such as T4, T5, T5007  
* old age, CPP, disability, EI statements  
* all rent, medical and donation receipts  
* last year's return if possible
Languages English
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Owen Sound
Address & Map
1723 8th Ave E
Owen Sound, ON N4K 3C2
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Physical Access Fully Accessible - wheelchair accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-371-1147
Primary Contact Margaret Yawney, Senior Health Advocate; Phone: ext 29

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