T1 - Warning: Instalments "Please Review: You have chosen to transfer current year refund to instalments account ..."

Warning message on "Instalments" page:

"Please review: You have chosen to transfer current year refund to instalments account and either you have no refund or do not have any instalments payable. Taxpayer must make quarterly instalment payments"


1) T1 Version 2016.3.0

2) Taxpayer is in a refund position

3) {InstallTotal} is in a positive number and is highlighted in yellow

4) {T1Instalments[60]} has nothing entered in it and is not highlighted

5) {T1EFILE[64]} has nothing entered in it and is not highlighted

Questions: Why am I getting this warning message?  How do I fix it?


Profile has all the implications of being Pathetic software. Call me anytime @ 5199698729 and I will prove their support is worse. I am Dam sorry for telling the truth. Especially when I have 4 returns to be filed. How weak! PS Profile cannot trust their clients, hence the licsence BS. I have already paid for the last time. 

Thanks, Steve

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