Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinic
Provided by: Prince Albert Indian and Métis Friendship Centre
Volunteers help prepare personal tax returns for individuals who have low income and a simple tax situation.
Individuals must have a modest income and a simple tax situation. (Does not prepare returns for newcomers.) The following information provides a guideline to determine what is considered a modest income. In general, a modest income means the total family income is less than the amount shown in the chart below, based on the size of the family. Family Size / Total Family Income: -1 person / $35,000 -2 people / $45,000 -3 people / 47,500 -4 people / 50,000 -5 people / 52,500 5+ people / $52,500, plus $2,500 for each additional person. (Family Size includes an individual, or a couple, and their dependents) Visit the website for further details.
By appointment, Drop-off, Virtual, Walk-in. Contact for details.
Volunteers need your tax slips and receipts to prepare your income tax and benefit return. If you are missing a tax slip, you may be able to get a copy online - click here for further information.
Prince Albert Indian and Métis Friendship Centre
1409 1st Avenue East
Prince Albert SK S6V 2B2
15th Street and 1st Avenue East.
- Adult Fine Option Program
- Community Service Order/Fine Option Program
- Drop-In Centre
- Family Law Court Worker
- Family Service Worker
- Family Wellness Program
- Residential School Support Program
- Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinic
- Youth Programs
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - lowered elevator buttons; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)
Business Line: 306-764-3431
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