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Are you a person with disabilities living in BC who would like to know more about how to do taxes on your own?

Then this free webinar is for you! Please join us.

This workshop is co-hosted by four organizations: including Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society, Together Against Poverty Society, Active Support Against Poverty Society and Disability Alliance BC.

This workshop will give clients a step-by-step tutorial on how to file their own taxes, which can be a huge boost to people’s self-confidence. It is best suited to people who have some computer literacy and are ready for the next challenge. We will familiarize clients with the online service My Account, operated by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). One of the key advantages of My Account is people no longer need to worry about their lost tax slips or notices of assessment. They are all available through My Account.

Presenter: Rob, Roy, Tax AID Advocate, Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society, Kelowna

Rob has been working as a Tax AID Advocate since May 2018. Before joining Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society, his entire working career of 12 years has been spent in the banking industry. Most recently, He worked as a financial advisor for high net-worth clients. This role was quite challenging for him, but he loved helping clients find ways to make their financial goals a reality.

Rob absolutely loves his jobs as a Tax AID Advocate and feels very fortunate to be able to work with and help clients every day, who truly benefit from the services we offer. Everyone loves Rob!

Seats are limited and registration is required.

Priority will be given to people with disabilities (PWD, CPP-Disability, and DTC designation), but their family members are also welcome to attend.

Please contact us if you have any questions:

Myung Lee, Tax AID Program Manager

Ph: 604-872-1278



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