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  1. Hello, I am wondering how this should be properly entered in Ufile: From Jan., 2015 to May 2015, I rented out my basement and 60% of the property was for my personal use. In June 2015, I rented out the full house and 0% was for my personal use. Would I need to create 2 rental income pages, one page with a period from Jan. to May and the other page from June to Dec.? How about the property taxes and interest paid on the mortgage - which page would I enter those in if the timeline is split like that? Thanks in advance, Irina
  2. Hi everyone this is my first time on this forum. I was filing for a relative on UFILE and she has income from providing accommodation for a homestay student - which has been considered self-employment income by the CRA. So I tried filling the T2125 - Business Identification section but it's asking me for a 6-digit NAICS? I looked up the NAICS list but was still not sure which one to use. Does everyone know which one homestay income falls in? Some candidates(?): 624110 - Child and youth service 624190 - Other individual and family service Please let me what should I put. I'd really appreciate it.
  3. Hi everyone! How do I achieve income splitting in UFile? I was off with a medical issue for all of 2014, so we would like to take advantage of the new income splitting provision, and split some of my wife's income for the tax savings. However, I don't know how to do this! Thanks for any help you can provide!!!! Ed
  4. Hi, I was wondering if someone can help me with reporting RRSP income coming from money not being repayed to the First Time Home Buyers Plan. I want to see what kind of results I'll get if I don't repay this year's portion of the First Time Home Buyers plan and report it as RRSP income. I plan on contributing to my RRSP instead of repaying the First Time Home Buyers plan. I need to somehow get this sum of money in Line 129 but I don't know how to do that in the Ufile. I have the Windows version. Any help would be much appreciated.
  5. Hi, I have two rental properties and I am aware of the deductions such as mileage, utilities, interest, etc... that I can claim, but I was wondering what other expenses can I deduct? Mind you I don't have a home office but am I able to claim things like a portion of my cell phone bill, since all of my communication with my tenants is done via this phone or through email. If so how do I calculate the percentage I can claim? Thanks!
  6. Hi, I'd like to confirm if I've done this right. I got married in Dec 2012 and my spouse is a non-resident. I have informed the CRA of the marital status changed and have also reflected this in my UFile return. As for my spouse, I have selected the option of showing only her "Net Income" since she does not have a SIN and her PR application is still in progress. I would like to confirm that I have to enter her "world income" (converted to C$) in the line that says "Net Federal Income of your spouse (line 236 of his or her return)". I would also like to know if this affects my return (Note: I'm not claiming the spousal amount or GST credits) or if it is purely for CRA's information. Thanks so much! Kevin
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