When I EFile a T1 does the T1Adj get sent also?

We have prepared a 2017 T1 which also includes 4 T1Adj forms for the 4 prior tax years.  Will CRA receive the T1Adj forms when we EFile the T1 or do we have to file them separately?


All of those have to be filed separately since you are dealing with separate tax years. I'm not clear on how you were able to include all four T1ADJs in your 2017 tax return since they have nothing to do with that year.

Per CRA, you can only use the ReFile option for 2015, 2016, and 2017 tax years, so those earlier T1ADJs will have to be mailed in the old manner.

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