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With income tax season in our midst, students have an option they might find fiscally attractive.
Western's annual Income Tax Clinic is currently taking place in the University Community Centre.
Free for all students, the clinic has already prepared over 300 tax returns, netting over $5,000 in cash back, said University Students' Council income tax commissioner Ben Hazzard.
"We've had a tremendous showing this year," Hazzard said. He added over 100 volunteers were called upon to handle the income tax rush.
Hazzard urged all students who want their taxes done to get them in as soon as possible, as the clinic ends this Friday at 4 p.m..
He added anyone who wants to take advantage of the clinic need only bring their tax receipts.