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  1. Thanks for the response. However, as I stated, I am a non-resident who works in Canada on a temporary basis. I earn income in only ONE province. Ufile automatically generates a T2203 for multiple province allocation even though I only have one T4 with income allocated to one province. On submission to the CRA, they ignore the T2203 and invoke the non-resident...

    1. Antoine7

      Antoine7

      Hello denicrr,

      Given the particularity of your situation, we suggest that you send your request to the UFile Support Team.

    2. denicrr

      denicrr

      I did...9/27/17 (UB2363599)  Still waiting for a response. I sent another inquiry 1/9/18 (UB2385825)

      Waiting on that response, as well.

  2. Thanks for the response. However, as I stated, I am a non-resident who works in Canada on a temporary basis. I earn income in only ONE province. Ufile automatically generates a T2203 for multiple province allocation even though I only have one T4 with income allocated to one province. On submission to the CRA, they ignore the T2203 and invoke the non-resident surtax, line 56 of Schedule 1. Which is correct?
  3. Non-resident tax return with earned income in one province (Ontario). Ufile generates a T2203 for MULTIPLE provincial allocation. CRA rejects the T2203 and applies a non-resident surtax instead of provincial tax.
  4. A non-resident (U.S.) professional athlete is in receipt of a signing bonus which is limited to a 15% tax rate per article XVI of the CAN-US Tax Treaty. Is this signing bonus ALSO subject to the Canadian federal non-resident surtax (Sch 1 - line 59) or does the treaty limit any additional tax above the 15% rate?
  5. Received and installed version 18.10. It resolved this issue. Thanks
  6. I am a non-resident foreign national filing Canadian and Quebec tax returns. I utilize form T2203 to allocate my income earned in various provinces, including Quebec. Basically, 100% of my world income is earned in Canada with 10% of this being earned in Quebec. My Quebec (U-file) return applies a basic personal deduction (line 350) on my return. I received a Quebec assessment disallowing this deduction. Should it be pro-rated to reflect the Canadian vs. Quebec income; or entirely allowed; or entirely disallowed?
  7. I recently installed Ufile Pro 2014. I specify English as my language of choice. All pages display in English except "T1 Federal-NR, pages 1-4," which are shown in French. I generated new returns as well as imported from previous years with the same results.
  8. Listed below is the response I received last year. I also requested an update via e-mail to Ufile support on 12/30/13. Still haven't received any response. Does Ufile have any intention to resolve this issue? "We have studied your situation and you are right in saying that you must file as declaring "Non-resident" in the Identification page. Unfortunately there is currently no way to prevent the calculation of Schedule K in your Quebec return. The situation should be corrected for the next tax year 2013......"
  9. The answer, by way of UB1164173, was that the problem would be resolved int the 2013 release. It has NOT been resolved.
  10. Typical response from Ufile...none! I guess the excuse that it's a busy tax season won't hold water, so it's the "ignore them and maybe they'll go away" ploy. "We can't help you", would have been an OK response, but to ignore customers looking for assistance is inexcusable. The 47 athletes that I represent will be doing their 2013 taxes elsewhere.
  11. I am using Ufile for Windows. I have submitted returns to Ufile on three separate occasions under UB1360141; UB1162755: UB1164173. Do you have access to these requests? Also, I have been told by Ufile support, on multiple occasions, that Ufiles experts advise that I file as a Quebec resident so I can modilfy schedule K. I don't think it is wise to supply Revenu Quebec and CRA with false information. If this is a glitch or something that Ufile doesn't support, so be it. Please advise and I'll look for other options. Thanks for your consideration.....
  12. I did as recommended.....My Federal tax refund went from $1,467.43 to $683.30. My Quebec tax return now has me owing $2,497.60 instead of $686.37. Also, it eliminated my T2203 form which allocates income to the other provinces where I earned income. Per ths CRA, I am required to file a T2203. Is there no way to modify schedule K without saying I am a Quebec resident (which I am not)? I am a professional athlete who is a U.S. citizen earning income in 6 provinces. I am not a resident of Quebec or Canada. I am required to pay taxes in all six provinces and Canada along with the U.S. and Georgia. I am not required to pay the Quebec drug plan fee....any help would be greatly appreciated.
  13. I am a non resident foreign national and therefore, not subject to the Quebec fees for their Drug Insurance program. However, Ufile adds the $571 fee to my taxes due. How do I correct this? I am non resident for Quebec tax purposes; I am non resident for Canadian tax purposes; I am a U.S. citizen earning wages in multiple provinces on a temporary basis who files a Canadian tax return utilizing form T2203 for the other provinces. Ufile generates a Quebec return and subjects me to the $571 fee. This is incorrect. Is there anyway to correct it?
  14. I am a non resident of Quebec but I need to file a Quebec return because I earned income in Quebec. Since I am a non resident foreign national, I am not subject to the Quebec drug program and the $571 payment which I am assessed by Ufile via schedule K. How do I correct this? The only way I can access sch K is to say I am a Quebec resident. This results in my Quebec "taxes due" being way off.
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