Worried about filing your taxes this year? Don’t be! The Sprott Tax Students’ Association (STSA) is here to help with their annual tax clinic. All tax returns are filed at no cost. The tax clinic is run as a free community service.
To file your taxes with the tax clinic, you must first fill out the tax clinic’s client intake form. Once you fill out this form, STSA’s tax clinic team will review it to determine the complexity of your tax return and whether it is within the scope of the tax clinic. You will receive an email indicating whether your tax return is simple enough to be filed with the tax clinic and you will then be given a link to book an appointment.
All appointments at the tax clinic will be held in-person from noon to 4:00 p.m. between Monday, March 20 and Friday, March 24, 2023, in 4024 Nicol Building.
For more information, please visit the tax clinic’s webpage.
Thursday, March 9, 2023 in CU Parents, Finances, News
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