If you are unable to prepare your income tax and benefit return yourself, the Town of Banff Family and Community Support Services may be able to help you. Community organization volunteers assist eligible Banff taxpayers who have low income and simple tax situations.
These suggested maximum income levels should serve as a guideline only.
Single person up to $30,741
Couple up to $38,272
One adult with one child up to $38,272
Eligible taxpayers normally served may include:
Low-income individuals and social assistance recipients
Volunteers DO NOT prepare tax returns for complex situations such as:
Returns for deceased persons
Individuals who file for bankruptcy
Individuals who report capital gains or losses
Individuals who report employment expenses, or business or rental income and expenses.
Simple tax solution help is provided year-round at Banff Town Hall. There are also specific dates at the following locations:
Cascade House: March 10 & 24, 2-4 p.m
Mount Edit House: March 12 & 19, 2-4 p.m.
101 Bear Street: March 11 & 25, 2-4 p.m.
Canada Revenue Agency trainers provide instruction to volunteers who are willing to help file returns for members of the community requiring assistance. Special attention is given to preparing basic returns for eligible seniors, service industry workers and persons with disabilities. To volunteer, contact the Town of Banff's senior support coordinator.