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  1. Trying to understand what the 2 type of spouse options are, what should i use???\ any help would be great. thanks
  2. Hi there, My wife moved to QC from ON last year, for a new job. She's currently living there, resided on last day of December in QC. I have the following questions, and would greatly appreciate if anyone who could shed some lights - Do we need to file separately, and in terms of logistics, should we create two account in UFile, one for each of us? - She went to school in QC few years ago and also filed tax once there. If she has any remaining tax credit, can it be recovered and put to use? Thank you, Adam
  3. Hi, I got married in 2013 and my wife immigrated to Canada in Sep 2013 (after our marriage). She has never had any Canada source income for any part of the year. She had non Canada source income only before immigrating to Canada. So should I select the option - "I had no income from any source in 2013"? If I don't select it, I don't see any other suitable option for her income and I have to select at least one option there. There is a 'foreign income' option but I think that is only relevant for her Canada stay period and any non Canada source income for her Canada NR period will not be termed as a foreign income. But then is it right to say "I had no income from any source in 2013"? So please advise on which checkbox to select. Thanks.
  4. Hi, I am currently living in Canada on a post-graduate work permit. I got married in December 2012 back in India. However, my wife is still in India. When I added my marital status as "married", the software asked for details about my wife. It has several options in terms of income etc etc. What do I do? Is there a way to state married while still applying as single?
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