Drop down menu for T2 returns disappeared, can no longer separate them by year. Can still separate by year for T1 and T3s.

This occurs under "Profile Quickstart menu" when you first open profile. I do not understand why I cannot look in a specific year for T2 returns in that year as I can for T1s and T3s.


There is not a way to seperate the T2's by year in the quickstart menu, as the t2's will have overlapping year-ends, irregular year-ends etc. We are able to sort by year end using Client Explorer however, please refer to this article for additional information.


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