How can I add an additional form T746 when I have more than one year in which an RRSP contribution was made that was refunded in the current year?

there should be an add form feature when I right mouse click but there isn't.

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There is no option to add an additional T746 form, to enter multiple years of RRSP contributions that were refunded, we would have to prepare separate paper T746 forms and keep them on file. On ProFile we would then enter the combined results into the ProFile T746 and file the return this way. 

If you have any doubts or concerns, a definitive answer will come from the CRA tax enquiries line; 

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/corporate/contact-information/individual-income-tax-enquirie... 

I will pass on the suggestion to our Product Development team to see if they can add such a feature in a coming update. 

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