Can I generate a report on the status of all returns I've created?

I would like to generate a report to do a final check that all returns efiled were accepted and to review those not yet complete.  Is this a standard Profile report?


As far as I know, this is not part of Profile. I know for sure that the info is from the CRA and they have their controls in place. It was a long time coming for the CRA to have TDD (Tax data Download) and Intuit had the infrastructure for this for a number of years. the CRA allowed it only last year and enhanced this year (2015) and for only one client or couple at a time. An eFile status report for multiple clients like you're looking for is possible (I guess) but I think it will be a while until the CRA will allow that.

In the meantime, the only eFile report available is under the eFile menu for one client at a time and it will tell you no more than it was transmitted

Here's something I do: The eFile message from CRA, I "print" it to a .pdf file with a handy little app called CutePDF writer and save those in the same folder as Profile

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