Tax Clinic & Workshop – Vancouver
March 30 2017
03:30 pm - 09:00 pm
At our tax clinic, you will have the opportunity to attend a workshop how to keep more of what you earn, enjoy food and refreshments, as well as have a 30 minute appointment with a chartered professional accountant to file your tax return. Please Note: Without your 2015 NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT, you will not be able to have your taxes filed. During online registration, you will also be given a checklist of other tax slips that you must bring to your appointment. Note: not all tax slips will be applicable to every individual.
Your spouse or partner can attend the Tax Clinic to file their taxes. They must also bring their 2015 Notice of Assessment and other required documents as well as register for a separate appointment prior or after yours.
Dr.Michelle Clarke is a pediatrician and pediatric emergency physician based out of BC Children’s Hospital. She also has a community pediatrics practice in Vancouver. Dr. Clarke is a former program director of the pediatric emergency medicine fellowship program and is a clinical instructor at UBC. She is a graduate of Dalhousie Medical School and completed her pediatrics residency and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at UBC. She lives in Vancouver with her husband, and her two sons.
Dr. Jay Wang graduated from UBC Medical School in 2014 and is now a resident physician in the Department of Psychiatry. Currently, he serves as the PGY-II representative on the Psychiatry Postgraduate Education Program Committee. In addition to his clinical responsibility, Jay also has an interest in research, which began to develop in medical school. On his free time, Jay enjoys a balanced lifestyle, including exercise and healthy eating, to name a few. Being not too far removed from medical school, Jay is happy to share with you his experience on the transition from a medical student to a resident.
Dr. Carolyn Yeung is the medical director of Centro Medical and Surgical Centre where she works as a family physician. Dr. Yeung achieved her medical doctorate at Queen’s University and completed her residency in Family Practice at UBC. Dr. Yeung is motivated by the variability of family practice, as well as the ability to provide long-term care for her patients.