How do we remove CPP on self-employment from profile? My client does not pay/receive CPP due to religious beliefs

Client is not native.  They are mennonite and have an exemption from all social benefits. 

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Interesting situation: I am certain they obtained a ruling from the CRA to be exempt from CPP & EI. Assuming this, perhaps we should call Intuit for a work-around

But here's an idea (not certain if it's the right thing to do, but it will give you the desired effect): Input the net self-employment income on line 104 and by default no CPP contributions will b deducted.

Suggestion: Keep the T2125 in a separate Profile file a take the line 9946 and put that in line 104 in the file to be sent to CRA.

Again, this is likely NOT the best way address your issue, but I am quite certain it will give you the desired effect.

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