Please confirm that when a client is receiving <$300 of ON-BEN and will only get one payment, the default rolling into the client letter has the wrong year.

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The statement in the Client Letter regarding the ONBEN credit is this: "We estimate that you will receive the Ontario Trillium Benefit of $287.00 in July 2015." And according to CRA: "Your 2015 OTB payments, which are based on your 2014 income tax and benefit return, will be issued on the 10th of each month, starting on July 10, 2015".

If you would like more information on the ONBEN credit and how it gets paid out by CRA, please visit the following link:

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/bnfts/rltd_prgrms/ntr-eng.html

Also, please make sure you are updated to the latest version of ProFile by going to Help>About. the latest version right now is 2014.4.1.

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