Beware of tax fraud schemes If you get a call or email that sounds like a scam it probably is.
When the CRA contacts you, it makes sure your personal information is protected.
The CRA will never:
. ask for personal information by email or text message:
.request payment by prepaid credit card:
.Share your tax information with another person or Organization, Unless you have agreed that it can be shared:
.leave personal information on an answering machine:
. threaten or use nasty language .
.When in doubt check my Account or call 1-800-959-82181
. To learn more about your personal income tax and benefit information,
and to manage your tax affairs online.
go to Canada.ca/my-cra-account.
For information on scams or to report deceptive telemarketing, contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) online at www.antifraudcentre.ca
or toll free at 1-888-495-8501. If you believe you may be the victim of fraud or have given personal or financial information by mistake contact your local police service
For more information go to Canada.ca/taxes-fraud-prevention
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FRONT LINE SERVICES Our Advocacy Access Program provides one on one assistance with provincial and federal (Canada Pension Plan Disability ) income supports and other benefits
Our TAX AID DABC program helps PWD and PPMB recipients to file their income taxes year round Access RDSP helps people with the Disability Tax Credit and with opening a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Our projects respond to community need and increase people’s ability to participate and contribute
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Thanks to Emily Paterson for this and Stephanie Dix for writing it on the blog.
Another year of Loonie Auction it is a Two Day Event Doors open Saturday October.26th 2019 Ticket sales starts at 10AM to 4PM , and Doors Open: Sunday October .27th Ticket Sales starts at 10AM to 2PM or until the Draws Starts at 2Pm Sharp Sunday October.27th Location: 950 Kerry Street, PG 250-563-1852 http://www.handycirclepg.ca
How it works tickets are $1.00 each . place your ticket or tickets in the BAG next to items you wish to win! . That’s IT
\Another successful year for Cando Event, stationary musical chairs, wheel of prizes,bingo,tattooing,nail, Elvis impersonator( Robert Saunders)
Thanks to Peggy Jo and John Zettle for being the DJ. Thanks to all the volunteers and Ken Biron for being our MC all night, and thanks to our guest speaker from the office of the Mayor’s .(Terry McConnachie). Plus the dinner was fabulous , We at the handy Circle Resource Society would like to thank the staff at the Civic Centre for their hospitality.