17th Annual Community Volunteer Income Tax Program

Program Details

Who is this service available to?

The clinic’s services are available to the vast majority of students at the University of Alberta. In addition, the clinic also serves many low income individuals from the Greater Edmonton Area.


Our clinic is held in the Tory Atrium at the University of Alberta's main campus. A map can be found at http://www.ualberta.ca/~uaac/maps2.jpg



This year, the clinic will run from March 5- March 24. We will be open from 9am – 4:30pm, Monday to Saturday. If a client cannot make these times, we ask that they contact us at uaac@ualberta.ca to make alternative arrangements.


What do you need to bring?

- SIN Card and one piece of photo ID
- USB flash drive, if possible
- Last year’s Notice of Assessment (NOA), if applicable
- All T4/T4A/T4A(OAS)/T4A(P)/T4RSP/T5/T2202A/T5007/RC62/RC210 slips (or any other tax slips you may have)
- Receipts for moving expenses (if you moved over 40km to be closer to school or work)
- Bus pass receipts (including U-pass)
- Receipts for medical expenses applicable to your 2011 return
- Receipts for charitable donations (must be from a registered charity)


Restrictions on Returns

Tax returns are prepared free-of-charge for clients meeting our clinic criteria. The maximum annual household income permitted begins at $30,000 for an individual, with an extra $5,000 allowable increase in income per additional person.

Tax returns will not be processed for self-employed, deceased persons, bankrupt individuals, or individuals with any of the following: capital gains or losses, employment expenses, business or rental income or expenses and foreign income.


16th Annual Community Volunteer Income Tax Program

Program Details

Our tax clinic is a free service that allows low income individuals to have their annual tax returns completed. The clinic operates as a drop-in event where clients come into our organized rooms to have their tax return processed. In addition to completing their tax returns, our volunteers also walk the clients through the tax software and often explain the different steps involved in completing their personal tax return. As a result, we help both our student volunteers and clients to gain a basic understanding of personal tax returns.

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Address 2-04C Business Building, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2R6
uaac@ualberta.ca    Phone 780.492.2993

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