Include form TIS60 in T1/TP1 package

Hi, we have been working with Profile for so many years through my job with a non profit organisation helping low income people file their income tax for free.

Our clients have always sign the form T183 to allow us send their declaration to the CRA. The service is also registrered into theh Community Volunteer Income tax program of the CRA. SInce this year, CRA is asking us to fill out the form TIS60 and hand it out to the clients, as we are member of the CVITP, but that takes to much time from our volunteers as it has to be filled out by hand.

Now my question and suggestionn is if would you please add that form(TIS60) into the T1/TP1 package, so it could be generaed by software and allowa people like us to print it and get it signed by the clients as recommended by the CRA?

Thanks a lot if you would do that. It would help all the non profit organisations that help community members to do their taxes for free, and that are members of the CVITP, while using Profile.

Thank you.


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I have entered a product enhancement suggestion quoting your request. If the engineers are able, the form can certainly be added in a future release.

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