Re: T7DR E (15)

I had a prior question regarding the T7DR(A) form not lining up properly for printing. The response was to use T7DR(A) 13. I just received a new batch of forms from CRA and it is T7DR E (15) which are totally different than prior years. How do we align these forms?

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Hello, the T7DR E (15) and the T7DR(A) (13) are not the same forms. I am uncertain why the CRA remitted you the T7DR E (15) instead of the T7DR(A) (13), however, the T7DRA form on ProFile will not align with the T7DR E (15) pre-printed form.

The difference between the two forms is that one is a Remittance Voucher - T7DR E (15) - and the other is an Electronic Filing Remittance Voucher - T7DR(A) (13).

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