Are you living on a low income and need help filing your income taxes?
OLDF Income Tax Clinic is a Community Volunteer Income Tax Program that provides the following services:
The income eligibility for OLDF’s income tax clinic services is:
Please note that we are unable to prepare returns for individuals who:
You will need the following for your appointment:
1. Social Insurance Number (SIN), and spouse’s SIN if you are married/common-law
If married/common-law, both you AND your spouse MUST attend the appointment if you both plan to file your tax return. We can only file tax returns for people who are not present if you have proof that you have Power of Attorney for the other person.
2. *Your income slips from all your income sources (e.g. T4 slip for employment, T5007 slip for OW or ODSP)
If you do not have these slips, you can call the CRA to request a new copy or login to myCRA online to download a copy. The new copies will be sent out by mail within 2 weeks. The CRA can be reached at 1-800-959-8281.
If you rent your residence: you must bring a letter or receipt from your landlord that states:
****We cannot claim your rent amount in your tax return without this letter or receipt!****
If you own your own home, you must bring your property tax bill from the City of Toronto (or other municipality).
****We cannot claim your property tax in your tax return without this letter or receipt!**
If you were new to Canada in tax year we are filing:
If you have children in your custody:
If you are a Student (post-secondary):
If you have any deductions to claim:
There may be other documents that you need to bring to your appointment. For a complete list and guidance on how to obtain any missing paperwork, contact us for personal assistance.