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  1. I have started on my 2018 Income Tax Return and when I started entering My T Slips, I find a line on the bottom of each entry, a line that reads as follows: Do the tax on split income rules apply for this T3 Slip? NEW This has me really puzzled as I have quite a few slips for myself as well as for my wife and I just don't understand the explanation that pops up when I select the question mark. Could you please advise me how I should answer the Yes or No question or would it be okay to ignore this block. Thank you for your kind co-operation. Mark
  2. Thanks Antoine. Problem solved. Sorry, I missed checking the box that asks if I want the balance to be added to my spouses return.
  3. I have started my tax return in UFile 2017 and have noticed that Schedule 3 does not appear in my wife's return. The entries all appear in my return and they state that my share is 50% yet they do not show up in her return. Can someone please help?
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    Unused Capital Losses

    Thanks a lot Gaetan. I knew it was there somewhere but I could not find it by myself. Mark
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    Unused Capital Losses

    My assessment Notice tells me that I have unused net capital losses from other years of $1.00. This has been showing up in my last two years of assessments. Where & how would I report this to get rid of it? I think it should be reported on line 253 of the tax form but I don't know how to get it there. Thanks, Mark
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    Executor Fees Entry

    Thanks a lot Over60. I thought it would just be entered as Executor Fees under other income, but I was not sure.
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    Executor Fees Entry

    How would one enter the executor fees received from looking after the estate of a deceased person?
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    RRIF 60(L)V

    Hi Bob; You entered your amount into the RRIF box as I did and according to the response of your query it should be entered into RRSP/PRPP box. I entered it into RRIF box and it shows up on line 232 - Other deductions. If I enter it into the RRSP/PRPP box it shows up on line 208. Either way the end result gives us the same figure in box 485. I don't know what the difference in the line numbers mean to the CRA or if what difference if any it makes to them. Mark
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    RRIF 60(L)V

    Hi Gaetan & Bob I think I have found it. On the T4RRIF Income Form, if you scroll down under Box 16 there are two boxes to enter the amount from Box 24 to transfer the excess amount either to RRSP or RRIF. The problem is that it tells you to click the question mark, but when I click the question mark behind either of these two boxes I get the message that the program cannot display this page. I am connected to the internet and the other question marks display help pages. So there is a problem with the program. I think if these pages would display, it would probably contain the answer that we are looking for. I assume that the excess amount shown in Box 24 should be transferred to the RRIF. So let us hope that someone can confirm this. Gaetan, will you please let us know if anything is being done to correct the problem with the pages being displayed when clicking on the question marks mentioned above? Bob, if your program does display the help pages, please let us know. Mark
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    RRIF 60(L)V

    Hi Gaetan; I'm still waiting for a reply on this. Thanks, Mark
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    RRIF 60(L)V

    Hi Gaetan; As first mentioned, I received a letter telling me that I can re-contribute the excess amount. They referred it to the 60(L)V amount. The letter also noted that it must accompany my 60(L)V contribution when filing my 2015 Tax Return. I did also lately receive a Retirement Saving Plan Contribution Receipt which states the overpayment account. It also advises me to attach a copy of it to to the Federal as well as the Provincial Income Tax Return. I don't know if I should enter it as a RRSP contribution or if that should be entered somewhere else since I am definitely past the age of RRSP contribution. Perhaps I need do nothing about but keep it on file. Thanks so much. This is really confusing. Mark
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    RRIF 60(L)V

    I had originally received the higher percentage of my RRIF withdrawal and later was able to return the excess. I received a notice referred to as 60(L)V amount to be reported on my 2015 Tax Return. I can not find any place to report it in my UFile 2015 program. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  13. For the past few years I have received a UFile CD in the mail. I have received an email quite some time ago advising me to watch for it, but until now I still have not received it. Are they running a little late this year, or has my copy maybe been lost in the mail? How long should I wait before going out to a store to purchase it? Thanks, Mark
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    NetFile

    Thanks for the reply. But I thought I read somewhere that a person can only file their own return using NetFile and to file for another person you have to use E-File. This has been confusing me for a few years and I would appreciate being brought up to date on this, Thank you. Mark
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    NetFile

    If I file a 2014 tax return for my sister-in-law or any other person at no charge, am I required to fill out the information on line 490 of the T1 General Tax Form or am I not allowed to file for someone other than my wife and I?
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