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  1. Yes thanks. I understand that. I've entered the value in the RL-1 (211) cell. But unless i now remove the same data entry in Box J, u-file sends me an error. So must I leave the amount in Box J or remove that amount? And if the former, how do i prevent the error?
  2. My T4 Box 26 and my RL-1 Box G are different values. How do I enter them in ufile, which affords a single entry?
  3. My Quebec RL-1 Box A and Box J are identical, for work in Quebec from a previous employer. When I create an OTHER INFORMATION RL-1 (211) entry, I get a u-file error, unless I erase my Box J entry. Once I create the 211 entry, must I also delete the Box J entry?
  4. My Quebec RL-1 Box A and Box J are identical. When I create an OTHER INFORMATION 211 entry, I get an error, unless I erase my Box J entry. Once I create the 211 entry, must I also delete the Box J entry?
  5. I have a Box 67 to report, but part of that amount is a transfer from my employer to my RRSP. UFile's T4 entry page does not accommodate a Box 67 transfer (note that if this was a Box 66, there is a field available for the transfer entry, but this is a Box 67, not a Box 66), and UFile's RRSP entry page states not to enter transfers on that page. So where do I enter the transfer from my employer to my RRSP?
  6. I have a Box 67 to report, but part of that amount is a transfer from my employer to my RRSP. UFile's T4 entry page does not accommodate a Box 67 transfer (note that if this was a Box 66, there is a field available for the transfer entry, but this is a Box 67, not a Box 66), and UFile's RRSP entry page states not to enter transfers on that page. So where do I enter the transfer from my employer to my RRSP?
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