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  1. Hi smriza: I'm also getting that same error when I try to log out from UFile Online - see my post UFile Online Error When Closing or Logging Out. I've also been using UFile Online for several years and I'm beginning to suspect that my account that I created in 2008 on their old https://secure.drtax.ca/ufile site wasn't migrated correctly to the new server at https://secure.ufile.ca/account/, because when I choose Account Activity from the dropdown menu in UFile Online (gear icon in the top right corner) I'm redirected to the T2 (Corporate) tab instead of the T1 Online tab. I also noticed that my Last Failed Login Attempt on that Account Activity page is dated 1/1/1754 (i.e., the year 1754 !!). I'm seeing other technical glitches with their "new and improved" online software for the 2015 tax year and can't get any help in this forum.
  2. If I go to Step 3 (Review) of UFile Online after entering all my tax slips and information, I receive one Warning in the Messages area stating "UFile has determined that you may be eligible for the school tax credit for homeowners because you are at least 55 years of age and your net family income is less than $23,800. Click here to return and enter the school taxes you paid." When I click the hyperlink all I see is a grey screen that says "loading..." but nothing loads (even if I wait until my online session times out) and I am never redirected back to interview questions related to the Manitoba School Tax Credit for Homeowners (form MB479, lines 33 to 42). I manually navigated back to Form MB479 (Manitoba Credits) and entered $0.00 for the Seniors' school tax rebate received but I can't clear the Warning or hyperlink to the relevant information from my Messages center. I read pages 11 and 12 of the Forms Book 2015 (T1 General Manitoba) and according to the note on page 12 for line 33 of Form MB479 I cannot claim this school tax credit on my 2015 Tax Return because I am a renter and do not own my principal residence. However, this note also states that tenants can apply directly to Manitoba Family Services for the rebate - see the School Tax Assistance for Tenants 55 Plus (STAT 55+) website at http://www.gov.mb.ca/housing/stat55.html.
  3. Hi DannyBoy: I'm a Manitoba resident and rent as well. I finally stumbled on this solution: While in Step 2 (Interview), click on Manitoba tax and credits in the left column. Scroll to MB479 in the main (right) window and click the "+" button next to the first item (Manitoba education property tax credit advance received, seniors' school tax rebate received, and RentAid benefit received). This will open a new form titled Manitoba advance amount received Enter $0.00 in the box for the item titled Manitoba education property tax credit advance received. I also discovered this year that Manitobans 55 years of age or older with a family income under $23,800 might actually qualify for a rebate for the School Tax Credit for Homeowners, even if you are a tenant who rents. The trick is that tenants can't apply for this rebate on their tax return - they have to submit a separate application form to Manitoba Family Services for approval. Further info is available at http://www.gov.mb.ca/housing/stat55.html.
  4. I've used UFile Online for several years and started my 2015 Tax Return today (10-Mar-2016) using my default Mozilla Firefox 45.0 browser. Every time I try to Close or Sign out from the application (i.e., under the gear icon in top right corner) I see the following message: Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Description: An exception occurred while processing your request. Additionally, another exception occurred while executing the custom error page for the first exception. The request has been terminated.
  5. Hi Roger: Thank you for confirming. I'll send an e-mail to UFile suggesting that they update their help files to reflect the change.
  6. In previous years I've had to generate a .TAX file with UFile and then upload (attach) this .TAX file when I submitted my tax return electronically via NETFILE. This year I was not prompted to upload a .TAX file but the NETFILE submission seems to have gone through and I was given a confirmation number that indicates that my tax return has been correctly submitted. Are .TAX files being uploaded to the CRA automatically this year for 2014 tax returns? The UFile Help file at https://secure.drtax.ca/ufile/2014/help/hlp_netfile.htm#xmit doesn't appear to have been updated for any change in the submission process.
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