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  1. Hello Hamid, Unfortunately, the software does not allow you to do an adjustment request. For an adjustment of your T2 return a letter must be mailed to tax center that serves the corporation. In your request, clearly identify the following: 1.the name of the corporation 2.the corporation's business number (BN) 3.the corporation's tax year 4.any details that apply With your letter, include any relevant supporting documents, such as: revised financial statements, revised schedules For more information, please contact CRA corporation tax return department.
  2. Please contact our support team at help@ufile.ca and state that you cannot access your account. You will receive an automated email with steps to follow. If those steps do not help to reset your password, REPLY to the email and state why it didn’t work (i.e.: challenge phrase not set up). Don’t forget to include in your email, your username, email address and your telephone number. Thank you.
  3. Does anyone ever answer a phone there? I am locked out of my account (the password was changed or expired without my knowledge). Cannot get an email response or anyone on the phone .... waited on hold for 3 hours 2 days ago. Now the phone message is simply there are no agents to answer questions.

    Has UFile gone under? Was it hacked? Data breach? What the heck is going on?

  4. Hi guys, is there an API for UFile?

  5. Hello all,
    I have been using UFile for windows for several years and generally used it to enter T4s and T5s. Last year my spouse rented rooms for Univ. students including all the facilities for 4 months while living in the same house situated in Ontario. Same year from Aug. whole house was rented thru a realtor and moved out to a different province renting a house to live. We are only 3 persons in the family and boy is a Univ. student. So for her income reporting, is the 1st one self-employment and 2nd one a rental income or both income to be considered as rental income? House title is on both of our names. She has no any other source of income and can we deduct all the expenses from this rental income including moving expenses and for the new house rental and utilities expenses? Which UFile software version is good to prepare taxes for 2019 year. Appreciate your valuable input.
     
    Thx
     
    DBJ
  6. Antoine7

    Boxes A and 211

    Premiums paid into a private health insurance plan - Box 135 of the T4A slip and a RL-1 Box J You have received two (2) documents, a T4A slip and a RL-1. On the T4A slip, you have an amount in box 135, whereas on RL-1 you have the same amount in Box J as well as boxes A and 211. You did not receive a RL-2 with an amount in Box 235. The employer or the issuer of the slips has made a mistake, because they are two different plans Box 135 of the T4A indicates that the retired employee paid the premium for a private health insurance plan and the Quebec equivalent is Box 235 of the RL-2. As for the amount in Box J of the RL-1 slip, it indicates that it was the employer who paid the health insurance premium. Please ask the issuer of the slip for explanations. Please follow the procedure below: 1. On the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select "T4A and pension income". 2. On the page on the right click on the plus sign "+" icon on the right of the line "T4A - Pension, Retirement and Other Income". 3. On the new page generated, go to the line "Footnotes relating to specific T-slip entries and Box 135 (RL-2, Box 235)" and from the drop-down menu after that line, choose the option "Box 135 - Recipient paid premiums for private health services plans" and enter the amount in Box 135 of the T4A. This amount will be reported directly in the medical expenses of both the federal and the Quebec returns.
  7. Hello va7alb, Given the particularity of your situation, we suggest that you send your request to the UFile support team. Support@ufile.ca
  8. Hello CLH, 2018: http://cdn.drtax.ca/ufile/UF2018GCM4FVJ2AWHVN238RN2ZLU6/ufile2018.exe 2019: https://www.ufile.ca/download
  9. The T2125 that I prepare leave this field blank. How do I enter my info as the prepare of the T2125?

  10. Resident from another province working in Quebec If you worked in Quebec in the current taxation year but resided in another province (e. g. in Ontario), you should have received two tax slips: a Federal T4 slip and a Quebec RL-1 slip. In order to enter the information found on these slips using the program, please follow these steps: 1. On the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", click on the line "T4 and employment income" and, on the screen located on the right-hand side, first select "T4 and RL-1 (Relevé 1) income earned in Quebec with QPP contributions" or ?T4 income earned in Quebec with CPP contributions? depending on your situation 2. Enter the information from the T4 and the RL-1 slip and, from the drop-down menu of Box 10, select the province of employment; 3. If you have an amount in Box J of the RL-1, ignore this amount as it is a taxable benefit that can be claimed as a medical expense in Quebec only, while for residents of other provinces/territories this amount cannot be claimed as a medical expense because the premium has been paid by the employer; 4. Return to the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab" and select "Ontario tax and credits" (or from any other province of residence as appropriate) and enter the required information, if applicable. By clicking on the "Reviews" tab, you'll notice on line 43700 of the federal return that the amount of total income tax deducted corresponds to the Box 22 of the T4 and Box E of the RL-1 slip. Furthermore, in the "Review" tab, you may see the following "Warning": "The pensionable earnings entered for a T4 exceed the amount of T4 income". Please ignore this warning. The program will generate the Form RC381 pertaining to the inter-provincial calculation of the CPP and QPP contributions and overpayments.
  11. Dear Antoine,

    I need your help urgently. I just started to file my client's tax return this year with Ufile Pro 2019. I have some questions:

    1) Few of my clients want to file 2018 return? Should I buy Ufile Pro 2018 to file 2018 return?

    2) If 1) above is yes, where can I buy Ufile Pro 2018 (downloadable version for desktop)

    Thank you,

    Julia

    1. JuliaD

      JuliaD

      Hi Antoine,

      Can you please reply me? I called support line 76 times, no answer!

      Is there any form to request for the buy? You emailed me without any attachment.

      Request ## UB2940155

      Thanks,

       

  12. File rejected. Please help.

    My husbands return went through after I submitted mine which was rejected. no errors/warnings 

    message: 

    Rejected

    March 30, 2020 12:06 AM
     
    One or more entries in your financial statement(s) require correction. The data entered is either invalid, or mandatory information is missing. If you are unable to resolve the issues, please contact your Software Developer.
     
    I went back through my return many times over, still no errors/warnings. logged out/in same message appears.
  13. Ufile will not allow me to electronically file. It gives a message "Your RRSP contribution exceeds your deduction limit by more than 2000.00.

    I only claimed a small amount that was my deduction for 2019 "787.00" and had unused contribution from prior years that I did not claim.

    Why is it locking me out of filing?

  14. Hello Sara, Given the particularity of your situation, we suggest that you send your request to the UFile support group. Support@ufile.ca, an anonymous copy will be required to solve the issue.
  15. Hello Scott, Of course there is a way, but given the particularity of your situation, we suggest that you send your request to the UFile support group. Support@ufile.ca
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