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  1. Thanks, Winston. It’s reassuring to know that the CRA isn’t really interested in what we put down for the date of acquisition. After I posted my question, I did some more googling on the issue and found a Canadian website which appears knowledgeable (mentioned in the Globe and Mail!) called adjustedcostbase.ca . Its author says, in answer to a question, that the CRA doesn’t provide clear guidance on this question, which supports your advice. The author offers a suggestion to use the date when most of the shares were acquired. But the bottom line seems to be: the CRA doesn’t care. I was
  2. Like Fabien, I also have a problem with multiple dates of acquisition, in this case spread over many years. Nawal, your reply to use 01-01-2019 is simple and clear, but I would like to know how you know this. Do you have a reference source to confirm your opinion?
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    Logout error

    When I use the "logout" link accessed from the cogwheel menu, I get the error message "Server error in '/' Application and "Runtime error". But when I log in again and immediately logout from the same link. the normal post-logout screen appears "Thank you for using UFile". Why does this error happen, and can I assume that when I get it I am nevertheless correctly logged out?
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    Auto-fill

    Is auto-fill available for UFile? If yes, how do I turn it on? If no, shouldn't it be?
  5. I've just started entering data in UFile On-line. Is there a way to save data manually as I work? Or does it save automatically and, if so, how often?
  6. I live in Quebec and have an adult daughter studying in Ontario who transfers to my Federal return $5000 of unused tuition and education deduction. Quebec has a similar deduction but requires that the child have a RL-8 tax slip and report it on Form S. Living in Ontario, she does not receive a RL-8 nor file a Quebec return. Does this mean that I cannot claim the transfer? As it happens, when I claim the transfer on UFile for my Federal return, it automatically inserts it on the Quebec one as well. Should I let it stand, assuming that UFile knows best?
  7. I'm retired in Quebec but have a taxable benefit from my employer to report. I was sent a T4 with the amount entered in Box 14 and Box 40, with Boxes 24 and 26 showing 0. I entered this information on the T4 page and also entered the amount in the "Other Information" box, chosing RL-1[211]-Benefit relating to previous employment. So far, so good. But my calculated results show a tax credit for the same amount on line 363 ( "Canada Employment Amount"). This line is for employment-related expenses (have none, because I'm retired) so I don't think I deserve it. How do I get rid of it?
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