Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021 till Friday, April 30, 2021 — Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
(BY APPOINTMENT ONLY for drop off and pick up!) No Income Tax documents will be given or received outside of these hours
Call to make your appointment: (613) 623-7981 extension: 103
Client Checklist: Only the client or his/her Power of Attorney can bring in the Income Tax Forms
Gross Income thresholds for filing your 2020 Taxes at our Community Volunteer Income Tax Clinic.
$35,000 or less for a single person who has no dependents.
$45,000 or less for a single parent and 1 child plus $2500 per additional dependent.
$45,000 or less for a couple plus $2,500 per dependent.
Please ensure you bring the following documents;
(2019) Last year’s Notice of Assessment or
(2019) Last year’s Income Tax Return
Rent Receipts/Property Tax Information
Charitable Donation Receipts
Information Slips to include:
T4, Statement of Remuneration Paid
T4A, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity and other Income
T4E, Statement of Employment Income and Benefits
T5007, Statement of BenefitsT5, Statement of Investment Income
Canada Child Benefit
SeniorsT4A (OAS), Statement of Old Age Security
T4A (P), Statement of Canada Pension Plan Benefits
T4RSP, Statement of RRSP Income
T4RIF, Statement of Income from a Registered Retirement Income Fund
Senior Property Tax Rebate Confirmation Letter
Married couples must file their income tax return at the same time. If you have children, please bring their personal information
(First and Last Name of Child, Date of Birth, S.I.N. Card, Health Card)(Female or Male)
We CANNOT complete your tax return if:
You are self-employed
You have rental income
You have claimed bankruptcy
You have capital gains/losses
PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE HYDRO, TELEPHONE, WATER OR ANY OTHER ROUTINE HOUSEHOLD BILLS AS YOU CANNOT CLAIM THEM!!
If you do not have the above documents please call Canada Revenue Agency Phone: 1-800-267-6999