Antoine7

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  1. Antoine7

    Tax return is retarded

    Hi sunle1987, Did you submit your return by using NetFile? To confirm your SIN number, we suggest that you call (CRA) : at 1-800-959-7383 or 1-800-959-8281. Since we are the designers of UFile software.
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    Spouse is using seperate tax service

    Hi dmarie2912, You can use the the short section: Spouse - basic information.
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    T4A Box 18 Dropdown

    Yes, RBC should provide more details concerning the type of investment.
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    showing loss under business income

    Hi Dora Cooper, Regarding your situation, you have to enter the data into Self-employment - Form T2125 Income and expenses as regular amounts and the program add the income and deduct the expenses automatically.
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    Home office expenses

    Hi Robsypes, We suggest that you contact the CRA at 1-800-959-7383 or 1-800-959-8281 RQ at 1-800-267-6299 for more information. We will be happy to help you enter information into the software, but we are not allowed to make decisions for you.
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    Gross sales, commissions or fees

    Hi jeppy6,
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    T4A Box 18 Dropdown

    Hi XorKaya, To help you better, we need more information of what kind of RRSP's you cashed. To do an accurate entry in the program, you need a tax slip with specification of the type of that amount. How ever if you are retired, we suggest that you use T4A-RCA- Statement of distributions from a retirement compensation arrangement (RCA). Both boxes 16 and 20 will transfer their amounts to line 130. Please click on the question mark ? next to the boxes to see more details and choose what is right for your situation. Hope this will help!
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    Medical expenses for dependent

    Hi trigail, Medical Expenses - Allowable amount for other dependents To claim the allowable amount, you or your spouse must have paid the medical expenses of your dependents, including the children aged 18 and over and the persons who were in your support. For more information on this topic, please visit the following links: For the CRA: http://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/deductions-credits-expenses/lines-330-331-eligible-medical-expenses-you-claim-on-your-tax-return.html For Revenu Québec: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/citoyen/declaration/produire/comment/aideligne/ligne381.aspx Medical expenses must be paid within the same 12-month period that you have determined for yourself. By default, the program will optimize the claim medical expenses for your family. However, if your dependant has paid his medical expenses, she must claim them in his tax return. To correct this situation, please follow the steps below: 1. In the dependant's file, in the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Medical and disability". 2. On the right-hand side of the screen, click on the plus "+" icon to the right of the line "Force transfer of dependent's medical expenses to a parent"; 3. In the page that appears, "Transfer of medical expenses to parent", in the first section regarding the federal government, select from the drop-down menu the option you want, in principle, the dependant should choose "Claimed by dependant". The program will carry over the amount on line 330 of federal return Schedule 1 of the dependant. For residents of Quebec, the procedure mentioned above applies to the federal return. For the second section of the page regarding residents of Quebec, from the drop-down menu on your right, choose the option "Claimed by dependant''. The program will carry over the amount on line 381 of the Quebec return, as per the information entered in Part C of Schedule B of Quebec. However, if you paid the medical expenses of a dependent, make sure you have received in your name the receipt and the page entitled "Transfer of medical expenses to parent" choose in the drop-down menu "Let MaxBack decide" option. The program will carry over the medical expenses to line 331 of federal Schedule 1 and for Quebec residents to line 381 of your Quebec tax return.
  9. Hi tekkytax, 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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    Cannot Netfile - rejected

    Hi, What is your request number to do the follow up for you? We need a copy of the file for review and to be sure that all data entries were made in the correct boxes.
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    Optimization

    Hi imabahai@hotmail.ca, You should use your charitable donations to reduce your net tax payable to zero. However, you can carry forward the remaining amounts to next fiscal year. You want to know how to "Modify the optimization of our donations". To change the optimization of charitable donations, please follow the steps below: 1. In the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Donations/political contributions". 2. On the page generated on the right, scroll down to the "Sharing and Optimization" group and click the plus sign "+" icon to the right of the line "Sharing donations between spouses and optimization of donations". 3. In the page titled "Optimization of donations" first, go to the "Federal - Charitable donations" section and the "Select how to distribute your family's charitable donations" line, and from the drop-down menu located at Right, choose the option that suits you. 4. For Quebec residents, go to the "Quebec - Charitable donations and other gifts" section and the line "Select how to distribute your family's charitable donations - Quebec" and in the drop-down menu on the right, choose the option that suits you. For more information on charitable donations, please consult the following links: For the federal: https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/deductions-credits-expenses/line-349-donations-gifts.html For Quebec: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/citoyen/declaration/produire/comment/aideligne/ligne395.aspx
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    UFile Payment refund

    Hi Amir, 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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    Tuition Issue - Ufile Incorrect

    Hi DeannaBruyea, If you paid for your tuition fees before September 5, you can claim them all. If you made any payments after September 5, the fees are not admissible. You only should use the ON portion if you paid after September 5. On the Federal schedule 11 the education amount is no longer calculated whereas on the Ontario Schedule 11, you are still able to claim the education amount for the 7 months you attended school. Therefore, for Ontario you have 7 x $164 per month = $1148.00 + $1097.68 = $2245.68. The calculation is correct. It is not an error. Hopefully this clarifies your question.
  14. Hi, To get the correct answer, we suggest that you contact CRA at 1-800-959-7383 or 1-800-959-8281 RQ at 1-800-267-6299.
  15. Thank you Jordan for sharing your experience with the entire community.
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    T4PS slip feeds to wrong line on return

    Hi dennisp,
  17. Hi JJCOM, Home office expenses If you operate your business from your home office, you can deduct certain expenses from your business income. Before entering your expenses, you must determine the portion of your home that is used for your business. To enter your expenses, please follow these steps: 1- In the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select the page "Home office expenses" under the item "Self-employment income". 2- Enter the portion (%) of the home that is used for personal purposes. 3- Enter your home office expenses in the appropriate fields. If you want to enter additional expenses that are not listed in the "Home office expenses" page, such as rent paid, enter the amount in the field "Other home office expenses - specify". Enter a description and the amount. The amount eligible for your home office expenses will be carried over by the program to line 9945 of federal form T2125 and, for Quebec residents, to line 258 of form TP-80. NOTE : The amount you can deduct for Business-use-of-home expenses cannot be more than your net income from the business before you deduct these expenses. In other words, you cannot use these expenses to increase or create a business loss. However, you can carry to subsequent taxation years any portion of the amount that you cannot deduct for the given taxation year because of this limit. For more information regarding home office expenses, please consult the following links: For the CRA: http://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/publications/t4002-business-professional-income-2016.html For Revenu Québec: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/documents/en/publications/in/IN-155-V(2017-11).pdf
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    Tax return 2016

    https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/child-family-benefits/working-income-tax-benefit-witb/refundable-tax-credit-working-income-tax-benefit-application-eligibility.html#q5
  19. Thank you Eddie for sharing your experience with the entire community.
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    Don't want to pay CPP

    Hi TigerByte,
  21. Hi Danilo, To claim this credit, please follow the steps below: The dependant must be added to your tax file: 1. In the file of the dependant in the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Medical and disability". 2. On the screen to the right, click on the plus "+" sign icon to the right of the line "Infirmity and disability amount for the dependant" and enter the required information. 3. Go back to the "Medical and disability" and on the screen to the right, click on the plus "+" sign icon to the right of the line "Caregiver amount to claim for this dependant (line 315 Québec line 462)". 4. If the dependant does not reside with you, on the page titled "Caregiver amount", on the line "Who should claim the natural caregiver amount for this dependant?", select 'Do not claim'' in the drop-down menu to the right. If you are a resident of Quebec, complete the same section for Quebec at the bottom of the page. The program will claim the amount (if required) for the disabled person on line 316 of federal Schedule 1 of the dependant, and the unused amount will be reported on line 318 of your federal Schedule 1.
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    2017 won't open

    Hi Lazurko, One technician will connect remotely to your computer to solve the issue.
  23. Hi Nesseva, Interest paid on a student loan Enter the amount of interest paid on student loans that you have not yet deducted. You can enter the interest for the current year and any interest on loans carried forward from previous years. For Quebec residents, enter the unclaimed amount from previous years on the line "Interest paid on student loans in prior years and not claimed - Quebec (Schedule M)" Please consult both your federal and Quebec notices of assessment to determine the amount you can claim from previous years. To enter the amount of interest paid on student loans, please follow the steps below: 1. In the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Interview setup". 2. Then, on the page that appears on your right, go to the "Student" group, check the box for "Education, tuition, textbooks, student loans" and click on "Next" at the bottom of the page. 3. Return to the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Tuition, education, student loans" and, on the right-hand side, choose the option "Interest paid on your student loan (line 319)". 4. On the page that appears, enter the amount you paid to your bank on the line "Interest paid on a student loan in 2017". 5. If you want to limit the amount of interest paid and carry forward the remainder to another year, enter the amount claimed this year on the line "Limit the amount of student loan interest claimed." 6. For residents of Quebec, if you want to claim or limit your amount, click on the "Maple leaf" icon located to the right of the line to generate a new field for the Quebec amount. Then, enter the amount for Quebec. This box will only appear if you have previously entered the federal amount. The unused portion can be carried forward to be used in future years. The program will report this information in the "Summary of carryforward amounts" in the "Tax return" tab. The program will claim the deduction this year on line 319 of Schedule 1 of your federal return. For Quebec residents, Schedule M will be generated and the amount will be carried over on line 385 of the Quebec return. For more information, please consult this CRA link: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/rtrn/cmpltng/ddctns/lns300-350/319-eng.html For Quebec, consult the following link: http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/citoyen/credits/pret_etudiant/default.aspx
  24. Given the particularity of your situation, we suggest that you send your request to the UFile support group. Support@ufile.ca