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    You have received a T4A (OAS) slip indicating the income received from Canada. To enter data from an NR4, follow the procedure below: 1- In the "QuikClik Navigator", on the left-hand side of the screen, select "Interview setup". 2- In the "Income" section, check the box for "Pension income, T4A, split pension income". 3- Under "Other personal situations", check the box for "Immigrant, emigrant, non-resident taxpayer, you are..." and click "Next" at the bottom of the page. 4- Return to the "QuikClik Navigator" and choose the item "Immigrant, emigrant, non-resident". 5- On the screen to your right, choose the line "You were a non-resident of Canada for all of 2014 and you are making an election under s. 217 of the Income Tax Act". 6- On the page that appears, enter the details of your situation. 7- Return to the "QuikClik Navigator" and select "Pension income, T4A, split pension". 8- On the screen to your right, choose "T4A(OAS) - Old age security pension income" and enter the amounts in the corresponding fields. The program will generate Schedule C, "Electing under Section 217 of the Income Tax Act", and Form T1136. For more information on the NR4, visit the following link to the CRA website: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/t4061/
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    new comers to canda

    Here is a walkthrough of the questions asked on the page “Immigration to Canada” Date of entry (dd-mm-yyyy): The date of your arrival in the country. This information allows UFile to prorate data (CPP/QPP employee contributions, employment insurance premiums, disability amount, tuition fees, charitable donates, gifts to Canada or a province, personal amounts). Your net income while you were living in Canada with your spouse: the net amount of income you received while living in Canada. This is used to calculate the spouse or common-law partner federal amount on line 303 and provincial line 5812. Reason for the arrival or the departure: reason you came to Canada. Canadian sourced income (excluding Part XIII income) earned when you were not a resident of Canada: Any income you received from sources in Canada before immigration. This calculates income tax rules applied to non-residents of Canada. If none, select an option and enter $0,00. Canadian source Part XIII income PLUS foreign coursed income earned when you were not a resident of Canada: Enter income you received from sources outside of Canada in the field corresponding to the applicable type of income. The essential information on the lines that are preceded by a red asterisk '' * ''. If you have no earned income, enter $ 0,00. Although the other lines are not considered essential, if you earned any income, enter the amounts. However, if you earned no income, do not enter any amount and just leave the fields blank. For more information, consult the following CRA links : http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/nnrsdnts/ndvdls/nwcmr-eng.html http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/nnrsdnts/ndvdls/nnrs-eng.html
  3. If you lived outside Quebec as at December 31st, 2014, UFile should automatically generate a provincial tax return corresponding to your location of residence when you generate your complete tax return. If you had accrued Quebec income, you should have received two tax slips: a Federal T4 slip and a Quebec RL-1 slip. To enter the information found on these slips using the program, go in the "QuikClik Navigator", click on the line "T4 and employment income" and, on the screen located on the right-hand side, select "T4 income earned in Quebec".
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    Caregiver amount

    About the caregiver amount, make sure that you are eligible and that you need the deduction to lower your taxable income. The program will claim the caregiver amount automatically in your file if all the criteria are met, based on the dependent's age, disability status and relationship to you. In order to trigger the automatic calculation, you have to have a file of the dependent linked to your own. In order to add a dependent to your file, follow these steps: 1- Above your name in the "QuikClik Navigator", located on the left-hand side of the screen, click on the option "Add family member". 2- On the page that will appear to your right, click on "Add a dependent". 3- Under the "QuikClik Navigator" select "Medical, disability, caregiver". 4- In the "Dependent's medical expenses, infirmity and disability" screen, choose "Caregiver amount to claim for this dependent (line 315, Quebec line 462)". Should you want to control who should claim the caregiver amount for this dependent (for a married or common-law couple) or disable the automatic claim of this credit performed by the program: 1- At the line "Who should claim the natural caregiver amount for this dependent?” select the person you want to claim the caregiver amount in the drop-down menu. The program will generate Schedule 5, and will indicate on line 7 the amount transferred to line 315 of Schedule 1 of your Federal return.
  5. To resolve the problem "Error 1612. The installation source for this product is not available", Microsoft suggests uninstalling the program in question, in this case UFile, using their "Fix it" utility, and then reinstalling the program. For information about how to download, install, and use the "Microsoft Fix it" utility, consult the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2438651 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325084/ After removing the UFile program using the "Microsoft Fix it" utility, you can reinstall UFile again. You can download the latest UFile 2014 full installation from: http://downloads.drtax.ca/ufile/UF2014EGYH34UFGHYA23WHUS4/UFile2014.exe
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    2013 Filing

    UFile ONLINE retains tax files for 10 years. In order to return to the your prior year's tax file please proceed as follows: 1. Return to the "Sign in" page; or click on the link https://secure.drtax.ca/ufile/login.aspx 2. Select the "Tax year" from the drop down box; 3. Enter in your user name and password; 4. Click on "Sign in". For each year you want to access, you must return to the "Sign in" page and select the tax year.
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