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Provided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada

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Service Description

At this time, there are several ways for you to file your own tax return:

  1. Netfile – there are a variety of CRA certified software packages that run on computers, phones and tablets that are free to use for low to modest income individuals and families. Some of these may ask for a voluntary donation when you go to file your tax return. Most are easy to use. If you have a CRA My Account, you can download your tax slips right into the programs. To find the list of software packages, search for “CRA certified software.”
  2. If your situation and income doesn’t change much from year to year, you may have received a letter from CRA that says “File My Return”. This invites you to file your tax return over the telephone.
  3. If you want to try Paper Filing your return, you can order a set of forms by calling 1-855-330-3305. You can also download the forms at Look for the Income Tax and Benefit Return for your province. ****

Visit the website to search for a Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinic near you.

  • Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinics: volunteers prepare personal tax returns for individuals who have low income and a simple tax situation.


Taxpayers who have a simple tax situation and a low to modest income:
-Single Person annual income up to $35,000
-Couple annual income up to $45,000
-Three-person family annual income up to $47,500
-Each additional family member up to $2,500.

Will complete current and prior year's returns.

Volunteers do not prepare complex returns, such as returns for individuals who: have self-employment income; have business or rental income and expenses; have capital gains or losses; have employment expenses; file for bankruptcy; deceased in the year.



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Coverage Area

Saskatchewan, Canada

Languages Offered

English, French

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