New electronic version of the T7DRA remittance voucher.

 A few days ago I ordered the T7DRA remittance vouchers from the CRA. Today I got a reply, informing me that “for the 2017 filing season the T7DRA paper forms will not be available for order. This year, CRA will be launching a pilot project with an electronic version of the T7DRA remittance voucher in lieu of the paper form.” 

The electronic form is available in the pdf format. Once I enter the client’s SIN, Amount and Address, it creates a special code in the bottom of the form, which is printed on the form.

 However, I would certainly be difficult do manually (i.e., directly into the pdf form) enter all the information—I just don’t want to waste my time. 

I think that Profile should incorporate this form in the T1 software as soon as possible! 

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