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Nawal last won the day on April 20

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  1. Hi @MGB, You cannot NETFILE the CRA tax return of a deceased individual, as per CRA rules. You must print and mail it.
  2. Hi @Shali, please follow the steps below: 1. On the "Left side menu on the Interview tab" select the "Interview setup". 2. On the screen that appears on the right, go to the "Pension" group, check the box "Pension income, others income and split pension income (T4A, T4A(OAS), T4A(P), T4A-RCA, T4RSP, T4RIF, T1032)", and click "Next" at the bottom of the page. 3. Return to the "Left side menu on the Interview tab" and select "Pension income T4A". 4. On the page appearing to your right, click on the plus sign "+" icon to the right of the line "T4A - Pension, retirement, annuit
  3. Hi @luffythefirst, we suggest you to contact our support team at support@ufile.ca to help you with that.
  4. Hi @Peter Tinkess, we suggest you to contact our support team at support@ufile.ca to help you.
  5. Hi @Rickey Ossei, If you exceed your contribution room by $ 2,000 or less, the CRA allows you to leave that money in your RRSP without penalty.
  6. Hi @Pat Mallik, the Agreement Among Associated Canadian-Controlled Private Corporations to Allocate the Business Limit is not supported in UFile T2. I can suggest you our software DTMAX. For more information on DT Max, please consult the following links: https://www.dtmax.ca https://www.drtax.ca/en/DTMax/software-products/product-demo.aspx As for the report of the unused expense, you can add it in the future years
  7. Hi @Squeeky, you can enter all of her information as if you were producing her tax return in order to be able to transfer the credit but you will not send her new file.
  8. Hi @vish, This form is not connected to the tax return so not included in UFile.
  9. Hi @Brian Kwong, If your tax return was successfully submitted, please go to "NETFILE" tab. Click on "Federal submission" section. On the bottom of the page, click "ReFILE". NOTE: A new page "CRA ReFile" will appear in the left menu of the "Interview" tab. -Select the section from the Left-side menu, then click "Federal ReFile Mode" -Follow the instructions form the page. -Make the modification that you want. VERY IMPORTANT! You cannot update your marital status, address, direct deposit or email address by using the service ReFile. -Select the "NETFILE" tab. -Tick the bo
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    Hi @Nivin, you have to update your software to the recent version. To do so, go to "Settings", "Check for updates".
  11. Hi @silvercitymtl, yes you can claim it as medical expenses for the 2019 in the 2020 federal tax return.
  12. Hi @RAP, To claim this amount, you must indicate that your spouse has a disability. To do so, follow this procedure: 1- On the "Left-side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Medical, disability, caregiver" section. 2. Then, on the right-hand page, click on the plus sign "+" icon on the right-hand side of the line "Infirmity and Disability amounts claims for yourself (line 31600)". 3. In the page that appears and the question, "Are you eligible for the disability amount on federal line 31600?" select "Claim disability amount" from the drop-down menu. 4. In the line
  13. Hi @erikatyler, please note that the chat is open from Monday to Friday 9.00 A.M to 5 P.M eastern time. Thanks
  14. Hi @maxmontreal, if you are enrolled in full-time postsecondary studies, no amount will be entered on line 13010 of the federal return. For part-time students, an amount could be reported on line 13010 of the federal return. It will be the amount of the scholarship minus the $500 basic exemption + tuition fees.
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