Child Tax Credit Program No Longer Applies for Youth Sports, News (St. Marys Minor Hockey)

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Child Tax Credit Program No Longer Applies for Youth Sports
Submitted By jbrock on Monday, February 12, 2018
A reminder this tax season that the Child Tax Credit Program that had been in place, allowing families to submit a receipt from athletics programs, and other programs that support children's activities, is no longer in place.

As such, St.Marys Minor Hockey will not be providing tax receipts to families this year, as the program ended in December of 2016.  Thanks for your understanding.


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