2 people have 3 co's. One is a partnership, the other 2 are sole proprietors.

The partnership tax, I did alone and the 2 sole prorietors I did together as husband and wife.  Efile will not accept the partnership one.  Errors are, The client is over 60 and no CPP added. I added this to his other business and a loss can be applied to previous years.  I don't know about previous years so I want to carry forward.  I tried to mark these and it won't accept it. What do I do now?

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I'm going to look into the partnership issue soon, but the CPP part of your question also caught my attention: I highly reccomend your over 60 client to apply for CPP IMMEDIATELY, there is no need to stop working to get CPP retirement, as a matter of fact it should even be called retirement benefit because since 2011 CPP retirement benefits have nothing at all to do with retiring, it has to do with turning 60, besides, after all is over and done with, there is no reduction of benefit for taking it early any more.... 

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