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Annual Free Income Tax Clinics at Brighouse Library

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 4:54 PST, Fri February 16, 2024


Richmond Public Library, in partnership with the Lord’s Harvest Fellowship, is once again offering free Income Tax Clinics at the Brighouse library. Trained volunteers will help community members with low income to file their income tax returns. This year’s clinics will continue to follow a drop-off and pick-up format.

To qualify for this service, individuals must have a maximum income of $35,000 and a couple must have a maximum income of $45,000 plus $2,500 per child. Couples will need to sign up for one appointment per person.

Interested community members can register for an appointment by calling 604-231-6413 or visiting Brighouse library’s second floor Ask Me desk. A piece of government- issued ID and all relevant tax slips such as T4, T5 and Canada Child Benefit slips must be brought to the appointment. All print documents will be returned to the participant at their pick-up time.

“It has been an amazing 13 years of partnership with Richmond Public Library in offering the Income Tax Clinic,” says Pastor Abe Lagayan, representative of The Lord’s Harvest Fellowship. “We are always thankful and blessed in extending help to seniors, students, new immigrants and people with modest incomes, to prepare and file their income taxes. We are also grateful to Richmond Public Library for their continuous support in providing this vital service to the community!”

The clinics are offered in English and run on Saturdays from March 2 to April 27 (no clinic on March 30), with drop-off appointments available between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

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