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  1. Ufile says that I can't Netfile my wife's Federal return. There are no errors on the return itself, but I get the following message in the Review section: A tax return was generated. However, the errors below prevent the transmission of your declaration. You cannot currently NETFILE the federal return. Please review the following reasons, and make corrections when possible. If an (*) appears at the end of an explanation below, it denotes a NETFILE exclusion (i.e. the return cannot be transmitted). You entered business partner income or adjustments. A taxpayer with 100 percent business ownership should report any partnership income or adjustments as business income or expenses depending on whether they are to be added to or subtracted from gross income. If ownership is less than 100 percent then the amounts in question should be reporting within a second business statement where ownership would be 100 percent. My wife has some T4s and some foreign income. She is also a sole proprietor, so I entered a T2125P. This is virtually identical to her situation for the past 2 years, where I was able to NETFILE without issue. I checked the CRA's website and there's nothing in her situation that appears to be "ineligible" for NETFILE. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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