I found an article posted by Profile support that recommends using the transmitter number MM000000. Can I use this transmitter number for all my T5013 filings?

Is the transmitter number a number the CRA is requiring me to use? It's very difficult to find information on the CRA website regarding this number. I will be filing multiple T5013s (one per partnership, multiple partnerships).

Link to the Profile Support article:

http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/iq/General/How-to-enter-a-transmitter-number-in-ProFile/SLN50...

Answer

Please refer to the CRA xml filing guide 

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/esrvc-srvce/rf/cryr/menu-eng.html


If you are filing just one return. You can use MM555555 

If you are filing more than  one return.  Please call CRA to get a unique MM number 

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