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photodmartin

Federal File rejected error code(s) 4017 9

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My wife and I filing tax with Ufile. We have sold our principal residence in 2016, I file the principle generating schedule 3.  I put the dates and values. I noticed Ufile transfer the monies for residence to my wife's Schedule 3.  

 

Under Tax return tab everything is fine.  In schedule three line 179 my wife and I have checked box1.

box 181 have the date 

and box 182 my wife's schedule three have the house value and mine is zero.

 

while I was able to file my wife's tax online, I got rejected twice stating error code(s) 4017  9. as follow;

 

The software used to prepare your return generated:

1) an entry line 179, Principle residence designated on schedule 3 of your return but no entry on line 181, year of acquisition and/or line 182 proceeds of disposition or vice versa. If you are claiming a principle residence exemption on schedule 3, entries in all 3 fields ( 179, 181, 182) are required.

2) an entry line 179 that is not valid. The only valid entries for line 179 are 1 2 or 3.

3) an entry line 179 of 1 or 2 however the entry on line 181 is other than 4 digit

4) an entry line 179 of 3 however the entry on line 181 is other than 8 digits and 12 digits 

Please review your entries and make any necessary corrections. 

 

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

 

 

finishing tax with Ufile

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Wow, relay!  No help.  

 

Perhaps this is one of those software , once I bought it it is my responsibility.   I will mail it and CRA will provide a response.  Best of luck to all of you.

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Hi photodmartin,

 

We are sorry for the response time, the site was unavailable for us.

 

Please contact the Support group as they may have to see a copy of the file.

UFile ONLINE: help@ufile.ca

UFile for Windows: support@ufile.ca

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