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  2. I have been having the same problem, but no one can give a definitive answer.
  3. I am starting 2020 returns and have no history on the file coming forward ie the names and general questions like address etc. I dont ever recall having to add all this information again if its there for past years? Am I doing something wrong?
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  5. Can't sign in, and nobody answers, back with an email or such. Getting pissed will start looking at another program if I don't hear soon.
  6. Hi Julio, to claim the first-time home buyers' tax credit, please follow the steps below: 1- On the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select "Other deductions and credits". 2- On the page appearing on the right, scroll to the group "Other credits" and click on the plus sign "+" icon located on the right of the line " Home buyers' amount for the purchase of a qualifying home (Federal, Quebec)". 3- On the page that appears, on the line "Are you eligible to claim the home buyers' amount and/or the Quebec first-time home buyer's tax credit? ". 4- If you answer "Yes", you m
  7. Hi ketan, Please enter all the information related to the disability and follow the steps below: The dependant must be added to your tax file: 1. In the file of the dependant, on the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Medical and disability". 2. On the screen to the right, click on the plus "+" sign icon to the right of the line "Infirmity and disability amount for the dependant" and enter the required information. 3. Go back to the "Medical and disability" and on the screen to the right, click on the plus "+" sign icon to the right of the line "Canada careg
  8. To use your contribution room you will have to purchase an RRSP within the first 60 days of 2021 for a 2020 deduction. It can be either a contribution to your own plan or you could make the contribution into a spousal plan. If you contribute to your plan then make sure your social insurance number is listed as both the Contributor and as the Annuitant. If you contribute to a spousal plan then make sure your social insurance number is listed as the Contributor and your spouse's social insurance number is listed as the Annuitant.
  9. Thank you. So In order to use my RRSP contribution room I will need to open another SRRSP with my name as Contributor and my wife as Annuitant, right?
  10. Hi flash_os, Yes your wife is the Contributor so she reports the RRSP deduction. You are the Annuitant and own the RRSP but will not claim any deduction. There can not be two contributor names on the slip as only one person can be the Contributor. It doesn't matter where the money comes from. Ufile will not make any choices with respect to the RRSP allocation. The Contributor deducts provided you claim the RRSP on the Contributor's return which you are required to do. Don't make the mistake of claiming the RRSP on the Annuitants file. Trust that helps.
  11. Thanks. In this case: I'm Annuitant and Contributor is my wife. So on uFile report I will need to report on my wife's (as she Contributor) tax return file, correct? But we contributed together to that SRRSP from our joint account. So I need to add my name to Contributor list as well, so there will be 2 names as Contributors? Or is above not relevant since uFile will choose allocation according to higher tax bracket?
  12. Hello Rikaz224, The first thing to determine will be your RRSP eligibility for 2020. Look at your 2019 CRA Notice of Assessment (NOA) and you should see your 2020 eligibility. Based on that you will report the 2019 contributions made ($1,416) plus any contributions in the first 60 days of 2020 ($2,000) on your 2020 return. If you had reported the amounts contributed for 2019 and the amounts for the first 60 days of 2020 on your 2019 tax return they will show up as unused RRSPs on the 2019 NOA. If that is the case then you will have a deduction of the least of $3,416 or the 2020 RRSP
  13. The Contributor will take the deduction always. However the Contributor needs to allocate that deduction as contributing to their own RRSP if the Contributor and the Annuitant are the same person OR as a Spousal contribution if the Annuitant is different (spouse). The Contributor gets the deduction. The Annuitant owns the investment and is not always the same as the Contributor.
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  15. I've downloaded, deleted, and redownloaded Ufile2020.exe various times over the past month and tried to install on my desktop or my tablet (both running current Windows 10). Will not open or "Run as Administrator." A User since 2004, no prior issues in installations. Note: Dropdown under Ufile.exe "Properties" indicates, under "General" tab and "Description" heading..."Contact: Your Local Administrator". Download size is 72.3mb So,... how might I go about making this a viable and operational Ufile2020.exe? Also, I've sent 3 emails to customer service regarding this and received no re
  16. Similarly, I've downloaded, deleted, and redownloaded Ufile2020.exe various times over the past month and tried to install on my desktop or my tablet (both running current Windows 10). Will not open or "Run as Administrator." A User since 2004, no prior issues in installations. Note: Dropdown under Ufile.exe "Properties" indicates, under "General" tab and "Description" heading..."Contact: Your Local Administrator". Download size is 72.3mb So,... how might I go about making this a viable and operational Ufile2020.exe? Also, I've sent 3 emails to customer service regarding this and rec
  17. We need to claim the first time home buyers tax credit, however we don't see the page in UFile 2020. Thanks
  18. I need to refile my 2017 return, but I do not see the option under Netfile tab. The original return was successfully sent and I have a confirmation number and NOA. I am using UFile 2017 ver 21.21 Ser/:022111 Is this option not available for 2017? How do I refile using Ufile 2017? Thanks
  19. I got through to customer service last night (third attempt plus multiple emails) after about an hour on hold. I got a reset email this afternoon. all good now. Thanks
  20. Yes, I update my copy of UFile 2020 today (Jan 13, 2021).
  21. Employment expenses for WFH is available (January 22, 2021). Please update UFile.
  22. Hi This is my first year using Ufile , previously my mothers Disability Tax credit would get transferred over to me to avail tax credit. can you advise how do i avail that. I will be filling my mother tax also this year like every year with me. Thanks
  23. This appears to have been rectified with the program update received today. Data file loads within seconds.
  24. Same problem as many others; cannot log on, password reset does not work, no reply to my e-mail after about ten days.
  25. Re link given by dogstar38492-----tried the link--exact same problem. The problem that I cannot understand is why it works on my laptop. I copied the download.exe file from my laptop to a USB stick and tried that on my desktop---same result! This problem drives me crazy!đŸ˜±
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