Our Tax Clinic is an event promoting the link between students and their community by allowing them to fill out fiscal declarations for individuals with low income in the region of the Greater Montreal. By doing so, their accounting and business knowledge acquired through their university studies are applied to a good cause.
Once again, the student committee La Société des Relations d’Affaires, in collaboration with the CAR and Revenue Québec are proud to host the 33rd edition of HEC Montreal’s Tax Clinic. This event, whilst promoting the community spirit amongst students, allows individuals with low income to fill out their fiscal declarations.
The Tax Clinic will be held on March 29, 30 and 31st 2019 at the Côte-Sainte-Catherine building and is open to all eligible individuals at no cost, and no appointment is needed.
300 students from HEC Montréal, producing 1500 declarations, are giving back to their community by applying the fiscal knowledge they acquire through formations offered by the government and by the supplier of the software.
Please keep track of the pertinent information that will continuously be posted on this page for the 2019 Tax Clinic!
OVERVIEW - HEC MONTREAL TAX CLINIC
Below you may find the family income threshold admissible:
1 person - $35 000
2 people - $45 000
3 people - $47 500
4 people - $50 000
5 people - $52 500
For families composed of 5 members and more, an additional $2500 is admissible.
No declaration will be produced in the following cases:
Gain or loss in capital
Self-employed individuals with expenses
Interest income superior to $2000
TED is an automated service that allows the preparation and transmission of an individual’s income declaration to the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) directly with the help of a certified software.
Individuals can bring their documents the day of the clinic and have their declarations prepared and transferred electronically thanks to the TED.
With the implantation of TED, clients may book appointments in advance if desired.
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