Community partners in the City of Brantford will be offering tax services at no cost to low-income households for the 2021 tax filing season.
“We are pleased to offer support to individuals, families, and seniors, who are in need of tax support services,” said Nancy Giles, Coordinator, Senior Resource Centre. “We understand that the process of filing taxes can be quite daunting, but our team of professionals are here to assist you.”
Eligibility to access the tax support services is based on a maximum annual household income and may vary depending on the number of people in the household. To qualify, each client will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Residents are asked to contact the organizations directly for further details on eligibility and to make an appointment. Staff or volunteers will provide an overview of the necessary documents and information that will need to be presented. Drop-off, scheduled appointments, and virtual sessions are available to meet individual needs. Services will be provided on a first come, first served basis.
The following organizations will be offering tax services at no cost to low income families:
- Senior’s Resource Centre
783 Colborne Street, Unit 1, Brantford
- Salvation Army Paris (County of Brant residents only)
25B Dundas St. W., Unit B, Paris
- Office of MP Brock of Brantford-Brant
3-108 St. George St., Brantford
- Silver Lining Tax Clinic (virtual – Senior’s only)
- Brantford Chinese Alliance Church (virtual – available in multiple languages)
- Brantford Public Library
173 Colborne St., Brantford