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  1. Can't open a .U17 file extension file. Need your help please.

  2. I can't seem to Netfile because of this error message " An invalid account or GST number was entered within a business or rental property." I have checked and double checked the gst account number and is a valid registered account. What's throwing this message?.......frustrating

  3. This is so frustrating... Never had this issue before with Ufile. The first message I get is The amount in Box 048 of the T4A slip must be reported within the corresponding business as self-employment income. I don't know how to fix it and I don't even have a T4A slip. Can someone help me here?

  4.  I entered the child care expense  amount however I didn't see it on line 214 for  both my husband's and mine tax return. Can you please advise?


  5. You are reporting more than 6 business schedules, T777, and TL2 statements. *  

    1. skaushal


      this is the error I get when I am in review section

  6. Hello,


    I completed filling information for my family declaration but at the end I get the message 'Electronic filing errors- mentioning that Netfile tax will be opened on Feb 28, 2018. The date today is March 8 so long after the stated date. What should I do?

    1. Antoine7



      Version 21.12 of UFile for Windows is now available.

  7. I purchased UFilePro and the link doesn't work.  I need to have the link so I can install UFilePro 2017

  8. CEC at December 31, 2016 is converted to class 14.1 for 2017. The CRA says that the transitional rules are to allow 7% (rather than the 5% for class 14.1). Further, you can deduct the greater of opening UCC @ 7% or $500.

    However, I can not see anyway to change the amount of CCA from the 5% calculated. What am I missing?

    1. tclose


      mcauston, did you get a solution for this?

  9. Bretonix

    Tax Preparation fee

    Tax preparation fees are a personal expense. They are not deductible.
  10. 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
  11. As a non-resident reporting rental income in Canada you submit a special return T1159 also known as an election under section 216 return. In the Interview there are only three pieces of data to enter 1) the selection of Section 216 in the Immigrant, emigrant or non-resident section 2) the data about the rental property in the Rental income section 3) the tax withheld as shown in the NR4, Box 17 or Box 27 in the Pension income, T4A section - in Box 022 (Federal income tax withheld) of a T4A slip
  12. Bretonix


    It is unfortunate that many T4 issuers do not indicate an amount in Box 56 when they should. Use the amount from Box I in your RL-1. Note that when Box 56 is blank, UFile will use the amount in Box 14.
  13. Bretonix

    Schedule 12

    I assume you are referring to the page Home Accessibility Expenses - Schedule 12. Are you using UFile ONLINE (on the Web)? If yes, make sure that you entered the dollar amount in the amount field, not as part of the description.
  14. Bretonix

    T2125 Net Income Loss

    The business loss showing in the Self-employment income section of the T1 return, page 2, is applied against all other income. If the result is a negative amount in line 150 (total income), - Form T1-A (Request for Loss Carryback) is triggered - Non capital loss CF (Federal) worksheet is generated You are entitled to carry the loss back three (3) years or forward 10 years. The carry forward is done by UFile when you trigger the carry forward of your file from one year to the next.
  15. Look at the following post; http://community.ufi...ing-in-ontario/ Note that your RL-1 should contain only information about your benefits that are taxable in Quebec and, if applicable, Quebec tax you requested to be withheld.
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