Volunteers Needed Across Grey & Bruce to Help Prepare Basic Income Tax Reports
You don’t need to be a tax expert to help; training is provided.
The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program offers free clinics and virtual filing to people with modest incomes in Grey and Bruce Counties.
In 2022, 3,050 people were helped to file their taxes in Bruce, Grey, and Huron Counties at a return of $11 million dollars to our communities.
This is an incredible opportunity to have an impact on the income of seniors, families, and others in our community. You don’t need to be a tax expert to help. Training is provided and you can join other volunteers in your community.
The Poverty Task Force is encouraging people who are interested in volunteering with the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program to call 211 or go to Volunteer4BGTaxes.ca
To find a free income tax clinic go to: www.freetaxclinics.ca.
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Source: United Way Bruce Grey