Does anyone else have CRA coming back saying that the e-filed balance sheet (S 100) is out of balance?

On the last two T2 returns that I e-filed CRA has come back saying that the baance sheet is out of balance and the accumulated amortization is greater than the total tangible capital assets. In actual fact there is nothing wrong with the S100 that I e-filed. Is there a problem during the e-filing process?


I have never had a response from CRA on this, as if there is a difference, I correct it when prompted by the audit warning.  These are normally small rounding differences involving a few dollars - should not be a CRA concern, but if they have a low tolerance, it is easy to avoid the problem by changing on of the schedule 100 amounts.

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