Has anyone found a way around the ridiculous rule that you have to live in Quebec to E-File TP1 returns, without getting a Quebec address.


OMG ... now that you got me started on that subject .... AARRGGHHH.

Not only do they want this Quebec Address on a form that is specifically for OUT OF PROVINCE (Quebec) BUSINESSES but the forms that this OUT OF PROVINCE person (who might only speak English) has to fill out is ONLY AVAILABLE IN FRENCH . !!! NO ENGLISH forms for a NON Quebec person.

Can you imagine the fuss if a Quebec person called Ontario or Alberta or anywhere else in Canada and could not get their forms in French ?

I tried to reason with the woman on the Phone and she actually suggested I put one of my clients addresses on the form.  She obviously didn't understand the idea of Confidentiality with our clients.

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