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CRA looking for community volunteers in N.L. to complete simple tax returns

The Canada Revenue Agency office in St. John's was part of a streamlining last year and is now a National Verification and Collections Centre.
The Canada Revenue Agency office in St. John's. - Google Street View

For many, tax season can be a daunting time.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a free program to help people with modest incomes and a simple tax situation, however.

Over 310 people volunteered with the CRA’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) in Newfoundland and Labrador last year, helping some 8,300 people file their returns.

The CRA is once again on the hunt for volunteers in the province.

More information about the CVITP is available at canada.ca/taxes-volunteer or by calling 1-855-516-4405.

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