I have a client that had a change in control & when I enter information I am getting an error message. How can I fix this error so I can efile the T2

I have a client that had a change in control & when I enter yes there was a change in year end & because it was due to change in control & then enter date of change as well as new year end date I am getting an error message that the year end is not within 7 days of the day & month of the preceding year nor does it match change in control as per our records.  How do I fix this error so I can efile T2


If the dates entered are within 7 days of each other, your software is up to date, you're using the right module, and you're still receiving this error, contact CRA and find out what information their records are indicating. If their information match your records, please give us a call at 1-800-452-9970 and we find out why the software is impeding you from proceeding with the transmission.

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