Is there a way to Data Import only ONE spouse's data in a coupled tax return (have only one signed T1013 form)?

It's as easy as having a pop-up with a checkbox to validate the files to import.  My last attempt to Import data on a coupled return where the one spouse did not have a signed T1013 form, the entire process was denied by CRA (generated a transmission error).  I did not re-attempt, but instead will connect manually through Represent a Client to verify the data.


if you only have 1 signed T1013 then the program will only import that SIN # when you log in to dot he import the Government will notify you that you only have 1 SIN # on file and only do that person

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