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  1. Hello team, My wife self-employment industry code was related to translations until 2017. In 2018 she started a paint/artistic activity and stopped to working on translations. On her self-employment interview, should I just change the NAICS code or should I create two T2125? . One informing that the activity from 2017 was closed and proceed with a fresh 2018 one. Could you please inform how is the correct way to do using online ufile? Thank you.
  2. Ufile is not letting my Netfile my 2016 return - I keep getting an error message that says the following (below). However, the NAICS code I entered (711218) is definitely correct. I have Netfiled with that code (through Ufile) for the previous 4 years. I even clicked on the link provided to make sure the NAICS code hadn't changed. I tried with several related codes, and it is rejecting all of them (711218, 711219, 711215, 711211, 713990). Please help! Rejected Your tax return has not been accepted by the Canada Revenue Agency. It contains errors that must be corrected. Please review the following error(s), make the necessary corrections, and try resubmitting your return. For forms or additional information, visit the Canada Revenue Agency website and the Corrections page on the NETFILE website. For further assistance, please contact us. Most Canadian income tax and benefit returns for 2017, and any balance owing amount, are due on April 30, 2018. https://apps.cra-arc.gc.ca/ebci/iesl/clicktotalk/ntr.action?RefNumber=12501e Error code(s):180002The first digit of the message number on the left identifies one of your financial statements. The industry code on this statement is not valid. To determine the appropriate industry code, refer to the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) publication dealing with the type of self-employed operation you are reporting (i.e., Guide T4002, Business and Professional Income; Guide T4003, Farming and Fishing Income; Guide RC4060, Farming Income and the AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs Guide; or Guide RC4408, Farming Income and the AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs Harmonized Guide). Please refer to your software and enter the appropriate industry code. A financial statement is one or more of the following forms: Form T776, Form T2125, Form T2042, Form T1163, Form T1273 and Form T2121.
  3. 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.
  4. I tried doing all the solutions I found in the forums regarding this problem but I'm not able to still fix it. I probably am doing something wrong or not understanding the process... "You cannot currently netfile your federal return. Please review the following reasons, and make corrections if possible... You entered an invalid NCAIS code for a business (self-employement). Click here to fix or a T5013 slip. My situation: Wife - 1 business (sole proprietorship) - NAICS 418900 Husband - 2 businesses (both sole proprietorship) - NAICS 517910 and 561722 What I already checked: checked - all the NAICS are the new updated codes checked - all are sole proprietorship not partnership Note: I noticed though that when I change the wife's NAICS to one of the husbands'... then it works. so... what am I doing wrong? Thanks!
  5. In filing for 2013, I keep getting the warning "You did not enter a NAICS (North American industry classification system) code for a business (self-employment)." in the results section. I am using a proper code (711512) and have been for years with no error. I have tried multiple times on different browsers and different computers with no success. Please advise on how to fix this problem
  6. This is the pure overlook by the UFile programmers... I admire their ability to make the software so sly and beneficial to us when it comes to calculating the best tax return, but the UI of the Windows app is a disaster. Anyways. The problem with the NETFILE: invalid NAICS is two-sided: 1. One of your businesses had the NAICS code in 2011, which got replaced in 2012 Mine old one was 541510. Government changed it for 2012 to 541514. Who knew? UFile does not help when filling in this field, it does not have the validation, nor warning (for the code that is not valid *anymore*), even though the fill list is openly available REF: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/subjects-sujets/standard-norme/naics-scian/2012/index-indexe-eng.htm -- download the PDF from there. 2. When UFile *correctly* identifies the problem with the NETFILE's NAICS code (hold a second, how exactly it does know it's not valid? So it *does* have the validation of the code, just does not have a liberty to offer it at the Interview stage! Sigh...) , it avoids telling you, which exact business of you (if you entered several ones; I did), or which exact code got itself marked as invalid (really too hard to say "your code NNNNNN is invalid" ?). Also it tries to be helpful and shows the hyper-link to bring you back to the Interview, to the form where you could correct the code. The only problem is, it brings you to the 1st business in your Interview, but not the one, which's got the incorrect code. What a shame. So much time lost chasing the root case of this error... * * * Anyway, if you got that error -- go and check NAICS codes for *all* your businesses, use that PDF file from the government site, and do CTRL-F and search for the code, you think it right, and make sure you find it there. If it's not there, search for 5-digit version of it, and look at new 6-digits under it. Good luck!
  7. mikpat

    Invalid NAICS code

    I have a sole proprietorship and keep getting the error message Invalid NAICS code, I'm using one from the list of codes but keep getting the error.
  8. mlevin

    ERROR: invalid NAICS

    Hello, I've submitted the trouble ticket via the UFile, but I never got any feedback, not even the automated email. For my wife I had a Self-Employed Professional Income last year, with NAICS 541510. This year I added one more business, she opened last year. This time also as a Professional Income, with different NAICS 519130. When producing the results, UFile shows the error: NETFILE {name here}. You cannot currently NetFile your federal return... > You entered an invalid NAICS (North American industry classification system) code for a business (self-employment). Click here to fix >[] or a T5013/T5013A slip. When I click on the link, it brings me to the Business Identification page for that 2nd business. Here I tried to enter a number of other NAICS codes, which might make sense, and I mean a number of them. I even tried to enter the same 541510, as for the 1st business. Still, it produces the same error. Please help to resolve this. It's blocking me from NetFile'ing my wife's taxes. Mick.
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