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  1. I have the UFILE CVITP version installed on my computer, but I bought the cd version for my work. But it does not let me install the new version, I always see the data of the CVITP version, which I must do

  2. The program will apply the half-year rule in the year you acquire depreciable assets or additions to the property. For more information, consult the following links: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/slprtnr/rprtng/cptl/menu-eng.html http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/t4002/README.html To claim an the capital cost allowance, follow these steps: 1 - In the "QuikClik Navigator" select "Self-employment income"; 2 - You have completed the "Business identification" pages as well as on the "Income and Expenses" pages and others as necessary. 3 - Select the sub-section "CCA" and on the screen to the right, choose the category that applies to your situation. 4 - On the new page that appears, record the information on the line "Amount of capital additions" and in the field to the right enter the amount. 5 - If you do not wish to claim the maximum allowable amount, you can limit the CCA by choosing the line "Limit to the CCA or the CECA of this class" and in the field to the right enter the desired amount. 6 - If you do not want to apply the half-year rule (exceptions), select "No" on line "Application of half-year rule to current year additions" The cost of acquisition will be reported in column 3 of Area A of Form T2125.
  3. I would suggest that you contact UFile support as they might have to see the entries in the file. help@ufile.ca
  4. I would suggest that you contact UFile support as they might have to have a look at your file.
  5. In the case of persons who have a disability and reside in a long-term care centre ("CHSLD"), they must make a choice because the program will not recognize the disability amount if you also claim the fees for a residential and long-term care centre. Note that the fees paid for a nursing home must be included in the "Medical expenses" section. To do this, please follow these steps: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator" located on the left of the screen, select the "Medical and disability". On the page to the right, choose "Medical expenses". 2- On the new page generated, go to the third section "Specified medical expenses (not claimed elsewhere)" and enter the amount that was paid for the "Fees for a residential and long-term centre". Note: Do not include the costs of accommodation for long-term care in the first section such as those relating to drugs bought on prescription, dental and other costs of the same type. If fees paid for a nursing home are less than the disability amount on line 316 of Schedule 1 of the federal return and line 376 of the Quebec return, it would be preferable not to claim the fees paid for a nursing home. However, the choice is yours. If you accidentally enter the cost of a nursing home in the wrong place, the disability amount will be claimed and the CRA and Revenu Québec could review your case and make a revision of your file.
  6. In the T4 and employment income, please select the 3rd option: T4 and RL-1 (Relevé 1) with CPP contributions
  7. I would suggest that you contact UFile Support as they might need to see a copy of your file: help@ufile.ca
  8. Gabriel

    Disability Tax Credit

    To claim the amount for a disabled person who is your dependant, you should specify the disability of that person in the dependant's file. To do so, follow the steps below: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator" of the dependent's file, located on the left-hand side of the screen, select "Medical, disability, caregiver". 2- In the screen on your right, select the option "Infirmity and disability amounts for the dependant". 3- In the page "Dependant infirmity and disability", enter the relevant information. Schedule 5 will be generated by the program in the family head's file, and the non-refundable credit for caregivers will be reported on line 315 of federal Schedule 1. As for the non-refundable credit for people with disabilities transferred from a dependent, it will be reported on line 318 of federal Schedule 1. For Quebec residents, if you wish to claim the caregiver amount, follow these steps: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator" of the family head's file, select "Quebec credits". 2- In the screen on your right, choose "Quebec line 462 - Schedule H - Dwelling information for the tax credit for caregiver". 3- In this page, from the drop-down menu, select the option that fits your situation. The program will generate Quebec Schedule H and will carry over the amount of refundable credit on line 462 of the Quebec return.
  9. In order to enter multiple T4 slips issued for one taxation year, please follow the steps below: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator", on the left-hand side of the screen, click on "T4 and employment income". 2- Then, on the page that appears on the right, select the option that applies to your situation among the first two choices ("T4 and RL-1 (Relevé 1) income earned in Quebec" or "T4 income earned outside Quebec"). 3- Enter the information displayed on your first T4 slip in the appropriate boxes. Remember to enter the employer's name in the first field in order to properly distinguish your T4. Click on "Next" at the bottom of the page. 4- For the second T4 slip, again in the "QuikClik Navigator", choose the option "T4 and employment income". 5- Repeat steps 2 and 3.
  10. On October 30, 2014, the federal government introduced a Family Tax Cut, a non-refundable tax credit of up to $ 2,000 for couples with minor-aged children. This new Family Tax Cut enter into force for the 2014 and subsequent taxation years. To be eligible for this new credit, you must meet the following conditions: You were a resident of Canada on December 31 of the year (or on the date of death); You have an eligible spouse or common-law partner for the year who has not claimed the Family Tax Cut; You have a child who is under 18 at the end of the year who ordinarily lives throughout the year with you or your eligible spouse or common-law partner; You were not confined to a prison or similar institution for a period of at least 90 days during the year; Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner became bankrupt in the year; Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner elected to split eligible pension income in the year; and Both you and your eligible spouse or common-law partner file an income tax and benefit return for the year. For more information, visit the following link: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2014/qa10-eng.html Note that this is not an income splitting between spouses, but a tax cut for families. We recommend you to study Schedule 1-A, as well as page 2 of Schedule 1 of the federal return to make sure you claim the maximum tax cut for the family. To claim this non-refundable credit, the spouses must file their returns with the same software. Please follow the procedure below: 1 - In the file of the family head, in the "QuikClik Navigator" on your left choose the item "Spouse interview type". You must choose "Complete Information (Recommended)", otherwise the program will not calculate Schedule 1-A, which determines the Family Tax Cut. 2 - Return to the "QuikClik Navigator" on the left side of the screen, select the "Controls"; 3 - In the page on your right, choose "Schedule 1-A - Family tax cut" section and for the line "Claim the family tax cut?" From the drop-down menu, choose the option that is appropriate for your situation. Only one person can claim this non-refundable credit; 4 - You must confirm that you have a child under the age of 18. On the next line, select "Yes" from the drop-down menu to confirm that you had a child under the age of 18 at the end of the year. 5 - Again in the "Maxback Control" page answer the other three (3) questions from the "Schedule 1-A - Family tax cut" section. Schedule 1-A of the federal return will be generated by the program in the file of the person who will claim the Family Tax Cut and will indicate on line 21 the tax credit for the Family Tax Cut. If you forgot to answer one of the questions, a Warning will be generated under the ''Results'' tab displaying the questions you forgot to answer, such as ''You have to confirm that you had a child under the age of 18 at the end of the year. Click here.'' By clicking the link, the program will take you back to the ''Maxback Controls '' page and a red arrow will indicate the line or lines to correct. Please ensure that you have made the necessary corrections in the file, otherwise you will not be able to file your return via NETFILE.
  11. Gabriel

    T183

    This form is only available when the EFILE service is open. However, you can print it from: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/t183/README.html
  12. You can also use the program to make an adjustment to a tax return that has already been filed. NOTE: We recommend that you keep your previously filed tax return, and prepare another tax return (amended tax return) based on the changes you make. Print this amended tax return and compare it with your original tax return. Take note of the numbers of lines that are modified to be able to create your adjustment request. To do so, please follow these steps: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator", on the left side of the screen, click on "Interview setup". 2- On the page that appears to the right, scroll down to the "Other" section, check the box for "Adjustment request for a tax return that has been filed" and click "Next" at the bottom of the page: 3- Return to the "QuikClik Navigator", and select "Adjustment request" at the bottom of the list and, on the right-hand side of the screen, select the form that you need « T1-ADJ adjust a federal tax return for 2014 or a previous year » or for Quebec residents « TP-1.R adjust a Quebec tax return for 2014 or a previous year» 4- Select the "Taxation year" you want to correct from the drop down menu to your right, and then enter the relevant information; 5- For the question "Line number of the jacket regarding the adjustment", choose the one that applies to your case in the drop down menu: 6 - If you have multiple lines to correct, click on « Add another + » to add additional lines; 7 - If you have additional information or explanations, attach a separate sheet with your adjustment request by recording the necessary information; 8- Once you have completed your adjustment, click on the "Tax return" tab, one or two new forms will be generated, as appl icable: T1-ADJ (federal) and/or TP-1.R (Quebec). You cannot submit an adjustment request form electronically via NETFILE. You must print and mail the T1-ADJ and/or the TP-1.R, as well as copies of all relevant documentation justifying the adjustment. The CRA will send you a Notice of Reassessment once your adjustment request has been processed. Revenu Québec will also send you a Notice of Reassessment once your request has been processed, TP-1.R. If you wish, you can also visit the CRA website and go to the section "My Account" to correct your tax return. (http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/myaccount/). For more information, please visit the following links: For CRA: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/chngrtrn-eng.html For Revenu Quebec: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/citoyen/impots/dec_prec/modifier.aspx
  13. By default, the program determines the last date of medical expenses as being December 31st of the tax year. If you wish to modify that date, please follow this procedure : 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator", on the left-hand side of the screen, select "Medical and disability". 2- On the screen on your right, select the line "Last date of medical expenses". 3- On the page that appears, enter the last date as follows: DD-MM-YYYY. 4- If you change the last date of medical expenses in your file, you must also specify the last date of medical expenses for all family members. 5- Enter a brief description of the medical expenses in the first field indicating DD-MM-YYYY. Enter the amount in the field with a dollar sign. For more information on medical expenses, visit the following links: For the CRA: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/rtrn/cmpltng/ddctns/lns300-350/330/menu-eng.html For Revenu Québec: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/citoyen/declaration/produire/comment/aideligne/ligne381.aspx
  14. Unfortunately, this feature is available with DT Max only.
  15. On October 30, 2014, the federal government introduced a Family Tax Cut, a non-refundable tax credit of up to $ 2,000 for couples with minor-aged children. This new Family Tax Cut enter into force for the 2014 and subsequent taxation years. To be eligible for this new credit, you must meet the following conditions: You were a resident of Canada on December 31 of the year (or on the date of death); You have an eligible spouse or common-law partner for the year who has not claimed the Family Tax Cut; You have a child who is under 18 at the end of the year who ordinarily lives throughout the year with you or your eligible spouse or common-law partner; You were not confined to a prison or similar institution for a period of at least 90 days during the year; Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner became bankrupt in the year; Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner elected to split eligible pension income in the year; and Both you and your eligible spouse or common-law partner file an income tax and benefit return for the year. For more information, visit the following link: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2014/qa10-eng.html Note that this is not an income splitting between spouses, but a tax cut for families. We recommend you to study Schedule 1-A, as well as page 2 of Schedule 1 of the federal return to make sure you claim the maximum tax cut for the family. To claim this non-refundable credit, the spouses must file their returns with the same software. Please follow the procedure below: 1 - In the file of the family head, in the "QuikClik Navigator" on your left choose the item "Spouse interview type". You must choose "Complete Information (Recommended)", otherwise the program will not calculate Schedule 1-A, which determines the Family Tax Cut. 2 - Return to the "QuikClik Navigator" on the left side of the screen, select the "Controls"; 3 - In the page on your right, choose "Schedule 1-A - Family tax cut" section and for the line "Claim the family tax cut?" From the drop-down menu, choose the option that is appropriate for your situation. Only one person can claim this non-refundable credit; 4 - You must confirm that you have a child under the age of 18. On the next line, select "Yes" from the drop-down menu to confirm that you had a child under the age of 18 at the end of the year. 5 - Again in the "Maxback Control" page answer the other three (3) questions from the "Schedule 1-A - Family tax cut" section. Schedule 1-A of the federal return will be generated by the program in the file of the person who will claim the Family Tax Cut and will indicate on line 21 the tax credit for the Family Tax Cut. If you forgot to answer one of the questions, a Warning will be generated under the ''Results'' tab displaying the questions you forgot to answer, such as ''You have to confirm that you had a child under the age of 18 at the end of the year. Click here.'' By clicking the link, the program will take you back to the ''Maxback Controls '' page and a red arrow will indicate the line or lines to correct. Please ensure that you have made the necessary corrections in the file, otherwise you will not be able to file your return via NETFILE.
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