A promise to pay it forward

Editor:

As I was returning my husband’s income-tax forms last week, I must have lost a copy of his Notice of Assessment walking up to the accountants.

Editor:

As I was returning my husband’s income-tax forms last week, I must have lost a copy of his Notice of Assessment walking up to the accountants. I was unaware that I had dropped it.

This afternoon, our doorbell rang and a gentleman who had found the notice drove it over to return it. With all our personal information on it, as well that we were unaware that I had dropped it, this kind gesture was much appreciated.

Shocked not only that it had been missing but that someone was wonderful enough to return it, I did not get his name. But would like to thank you again and please know that we will pay it forward.

Alicia & Brian Wakefield, Surrey

 

 

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