2011 TP1 calculation and form errors

We did a 2011 TP1 for a client, and Revenu Quebec assessed it with changes. It looks like Profile miscalculated some fields and didn't populate some others.

  • Line 432: short ~$340, but line 431 nil and line 11 on Schedule E nil.
  • Line 439: QPIP premiums missed.  Schedule R, line 10 nil, but line 27 on Schedule L populated.
  • Line 445: nil, but line 21 on QPP contributions populated.

Does anybody else have this problem?  The return was completed using module 2014.2.0.

Our client lived in Quebec and moved to Alberta in 2011. He was in a business partnership in Quebec, and then reestablished the business in Alberta as a sole proprietorship.


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