Efiling T5013 - what gets sent to CRA ?

I would like to efile my client's T5013 for the first time. There are two main components to consider, one being the T5013 summary and slips, the other being the T5013 Partnership Financial return and all of the related schedules.

If I choose to "Internet efile slips" I would think that the summary and slips are sent to the CRA. But what about the Partnership Financial Return and its related schedules. Are those sent, or to they need to be separately paper filed?

Larry Hancock



The T5013 slips can be internet filed through ProFile, but the T5013 Financial Return, T5013 Summary, etc. has to be paper-filed for now.  E-filing will be available in a future release.



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