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  1. I'm 65 years old. I didn't receive any CPP distribution in 2014, and have self-employment income. I chose to stop paying CPP by selecting yes to "Did the taxpayer want to stop contributing to the CPP on the self-employment income", and specifying the correct starting date in the next field under the "Canadian Pension Plan" section in "Controls" tab. However, I'm still paying the full CPP in schedule 8 in the final return. Could anyone help me troubleshoot why I cannot elect to stop paying CPP in UFile? TIA!
  2. I'm self employed and I want to stop paying CPP effective January 1 2017. So I do that under controls but my due amount doesn't change and it's still including the CPP. any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  3. It will not let me netfile a return. My mother is 66 and elected to stop paying CPP for 2017. But because her CPP contributions are 0, it doesn't allow me to netfile. She is not "exempt" from CPP but is not paying it. I believe this to be a programming error and it should allow me to netfile as I have filled out the proper sections to show that she elected to stop paying CPP (Form CPT30, filled out in the interview section). I should also mention that she does have a small pensionable earnings amount in box 26. I can get a work around, but it is falsifying the return. If I enter 0 for pensionable earnings and 0 for CPP contributions, it will allow me to netfile, but that it is not what is printed on the T4. Unfortunately, I'm finding Ufile less and less user friendly each year and getting bogged down by bugs. If I wanted to print and mail, I would do it by hand and save my money.
  4. Hello, I was reviewing my Federal summary, and noticed Line 421 seemed off (CPP contributions payable on self-employment and other earnings). I went through Schedule 8 and calculated it manually, and came up with half the amount that UFile calculated for me. How do I change the calculated amount? (perhaps I'm not putting all info in UFile?) Many thanks.
  5. When reviewing my results, I get the message “you entered CPP contributions on a T4 but reported QPP pensionable earnings” and it says I can’t NETFILE my Federal return. I also get the same for my Quebec return. My forms, T4E EI Benefits, box 7, 14, 36, 22, 23 filled out. T4 – Statement of Remuneration Paid (RL-1) with QPP contributions, box 14, A, 17, 18, 20, 52, 55, 22, E, 24, 26, 56, J filled out. Why is this happening and how do I correct it? Regards
  6. Hello, I'm completing a return for my daughter. I'm getting the following error message and I don't know what to do about it. Can someone please help? "You have CPP contributions on self-employment and other earnings with CPP contributions on employment income. The result of the CPP contributions payable on self-employment and other earnings of Schedule 8 is negative. You may have an overpayment. In this situation, the CRA does not want an amount on line 448 and wants to calculate it for you." Thank you
  7. Hi all, Can anyone help me understand why my CPP over contributions is not showing up on line 448. I looked on Schedule 8, and it recognizes that I over contributed, but it won't appear. I also received the following warning: You have CPP contributions on self-employment and other earnings with CPP contributions on employment income. The result of the CPP contributions payable on self-employment and other earnings of Schedule 8 is negative. You may have an overpayment. In this situation, the CRA does not want an amount on line 448 and wants to calculate it for you. Can anyone provide me with some insight to remove this warning and solve my problems. Thanks for taking the time to read and help.
  8. I worked at 5 different jobs and the total of my CPP resulted in a large overpayment. It has a warning as such and says to click here to fix. I click and it takes me to nothing that says anything about too many employers and this overpayment. it wont let me efile with this error
  9. nukeman11

    CPP Overpayment

    I have 2 jobs and receive 2 T4s. Every year I max my CPP and EI payments in my primary job and my secondary job which I pay CPP and EI on, always show up as an over-payment with calculations on form T2204. This year, however, only my EI over-payment is showing. I get a warning from UFile saying - "You have CPP contributions on self-employment and other earnings with CPP contributions on employment income. The result of the CPP contributions payable on self-employment and other earnings of Schedule 8 is negative. You may have an overpayment. In this situation, the CRA does not want an amount on line 448 and wants to calculate it for you." I am just curious is this something new this year? I have never had this issue, my over-payment for CPP in the past simply shows on line 448 and all is good. When I netfile this return, will CRA do the calculation and adjust my return accordingly adding in the over-payment, do they not trust UFile calculation here anymore? Thanks, Jason
  10. On a second T4 there was no CPP or EI withheld and the person is not exempt, boxes 16 and 24 are 0.00. but overall this person has already overpaid the total allowable for both CPP and EI. yet this is given as the reason why he can not NetFile electronically? How is this possible?
  11. Box 448 should be calculating my CPP overpayment but it remains blank so NetFile rejects my filing. Any word on if this is a true bug or am I not filling out some other form correctly aside from my T4 slips?
  12. I have filled out my taxes and entered all information from my T4's etc. On the RESULTS page I keep getting a warning message regarding my CPP in line 16. "You have employment income and are not exempt from paying CPP/QPP contributions. You should normally enter your CPP contributions (Box 16) Click here to review your data or QPP contributions (box 17) Click here to review your data in your T4 slip." I have reviewed this dozens of times and the numbers match those on my T4 slips. I have other income(tips) which I have ticked "yes" to allow for additional CPP contributions on. I keep getting this warning!!!!!!! Any idea why??? Thanks
  13. I tried to stop contributing to the CPP on the self-employment income in the "Controls" page. And I entered 01-01-2012. But I got "You entered a date to stop contributing to the CPP, but you do not qualify to do this electon" Why not? The program doesn't show me why am I not qualify. It only want me to remove the election. What could be causing this? Please help. Otto out!
  14. I am 66, started collecting CPP at 65 but working part time self employed. On results page Error message states, "you indicated that you did not make a CTP30 election to stop contributing to the CPP and you indicated that you want to stop contributing to the CPP on the self employment income." I set the label box to YES that i wanted to contribute, The above error message never changes what ever way the setting are changed. I just hope you can tell me how to set it correctly or that the CRA ignores this message from Netfile. It would help if the PrtScr image of the error could be uploaded to these pages. Paste from Word does not accept it.
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