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  1. Under Medical expenses, disability deductions there is a line "Last date of medical expenses" Did you specify "30-04-2015" to indicate the last day of the 12-months period?
  2. KalBiro

    claiming UCCB

    Are you sure you are looking at Net Income and not at Total Income or Taxable Income?
  3. Are you referring to the question "Do you wish to have the estimated GST/HST credit (including any related provincial credit)?" which is asked under MaxBack Controls?
  4. KalBiro

    Line 229

    You need to clarify your question. What has lump sum payments on T4A(P) [which is Canada Pension payments] got to do with "other employment expenses"? Please provide a detailed description. Otherwise nobody will be able to help you.
  5. The question on T1 General, on page 1 is: "Enter your province or territory of residence on December 31, 2015". For 2015 you will be filing a Federal return and an Ontario Provincial return. The province of residence is determined on where you lived on December 31 of the tax year. Simple.
  6. Hi Jimmy, When in doubt, click on the question mark. The question mark is just before the field where you are supposed to enter the 6-digit code. A window will pop up with the following text: "Enter the applicable 6-digit numeric NAICS code that best describes the type of operation. Click here for the approved CRA list." When you click on "here" you will be taken to community.ufile.ca/index.php?/topic/6288-naics-codes-2015/ which will have a link to a pdf called SCIAN_2015_NAICS.pdf which will contain all the codes. Click on the pdf name. You will need an Adobe reader to open the pdf. Good luck. Kal
  7. Hi Patrick, Thank you for your post. With CVITP we are specifically told not to save the file. I would like to hear what UFile Support has to say. Of course I may have to wait a long, long time. Kal
  8. To find out how split pension impacts your taxes, look at the Split Pension Income report. It will show you what your taxes would have been without spliiting and what it is with splitting. Good luck. Send a Private message if you need mor help.
  9. My advice: go to the Studio Tax forum (if they have one) and ask your question there.
  10. Look at line 210 on your return. Your Net Income will be reduced by $18,148.18. If you look at Total Income for the family it shows a misleading total. But the Net Income for the family is correct.
  11. Using the CVITP version of UFile. When saving the acknowledgement after efiling a 2015 return, the file name generated contains "2014" and not "2015". For example: Jim Warner and family tax 2014.u15_EOL_SP_ACK.txt Interestingly the name generated on February 23, 2016 was correct: Kalman Biro_and_family tax 2015.u15_EOL_SP_ACK.txt All names generated on February 24, 2016 and after contain 2014. I have another post about wrong name being generated when using UFile Pro.
  12. I am using UFile PRO. After efiling a return and receiving an acknowledgement, I click on Save in order to save a copy of the acknowledgement. The file name generated does not contain the client name. The name generated is "/New file_EOL_HH_ACK.txt". Incidentally when using the CVITP version of the program the generated name contains the full name of the client; John Q Public_and_family tax 2015.u15_EOL_HH_ACK.txt For the head of the family John Q Public_and_family tax 2015.u15_EOL_SP_ACK.txt For the spouse
  13. @15Eleanor Please see the following thread: http://community.ufile.ca/index.php?/topic/6289-can-i-install-ufile-pro-and-the-cvitp-version-on-same-computer/?hl=tis60#entry11371 The second last posting should explain what you need to do. Keep in mind that you must buy UFile Pro if you want Form T183 generated. You also need an Efile number different from you CVITP Efile number. Your question "How do I create a new window/account on my computer" is not a UFile question. It is a basic computer user question. This forum is not designed to teach basic computer skills. Good luck. Good
  14. @Bretonix Thank you again. You have answered all my questions and concerns. Kal
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