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About our FREE tax clinics:
These clinics are hosted by community organizations across Canada through the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program where eligible people can get their tax returns done for free.
We encourage you to file online this year. If you choose to stay at home to practice social distancing and limit your potential exposure to COVID-19, you should consider filing your tax return online. If you have a modest income and a simple tax situation, The Strathcona Place Society, we may be able to complete and file your taxes virtually by video conference, curbside parking tax clinic, or through a document drop-off arrangement.
We are now transitioning to our Year-Round Tax Clinic.
Step 1: Find out if you are eligible:
You may be eligible for help at a free tax clinic if you have both a modest income as well as a simple tax situation.
A) Modest income: Your total family income should be less than the amount shown in the chart. Check with your community organization as some organizations have different requirements.
Chart showing suggested income level
Family size |Total family income
One person | Around $35,000
One person with one dependent | Around $37,500 (add $2,500 for each additional dependent)
Couple | Around $45,000 (add $2,500 for each . dependent)
B) Simple tax situation:
In general, your tax situation is simple if you have no income or if your income comes from any of these sources:
Your tax situation is not simple if you:
Step 2: Schedule an appointment at our Daily Clinic:
Where: Strathcona Place Society (Strathcona Place Senior Centre)
Dates open: June 1 to Dec 9, 2022
Days open: Monday to Friday
Times open: 9:00am to 3:00pm
Please phone us at (780)-433-5807
Notice: We currently do not accept any walk-ins.
Request changes online
You can change your return online by using the improved and simplified Change my return option found in My Account, or by using ReFILE . These services are the fastest, easiest and most secure way to change a return. If you cannot request changes online because your return is still being processed, you must wait until it has been assessed.
Send a paper adjustment request form
If you prefer, you can complete Form T1-ADJ, T1 Adjustment Request. Once completed, you can mail it to your tax centre. Please make sure to include all your supporting documents for the change(s) you want to make.
How long will it take for the changes to be made?
We consider some adjustment requests to be complex and they may take longer to process. Complex requests include situations where additional information or review is required.
For more information on processing times, go to CRA processing times.
You can request an adjustment for any of the 10 previous calendar years online or by mail. For example, a request made in 2022 must relate to 2012 or a later tax year. Adjustment requests for different years should be on different forms. But, they can be mailed in together or submitted to us at the same time.
After the CRA has reviewed your request
After we have reviewed your request to change your income tax return, you will receive:
Your entitlement to benefits and credits such as the Canada child benefit and the GST/HST credit may be revised at a later date. In this case, a notice of redetermination will be sent to you under separate cover.