Final T4 return

I just filed a final T2 for my client's business and CRA requires that a final T4 return (2018) also be filed within 30 days. I can't seem to find "carry forward" on 2017 FX. What should I do? Wait for next year? Thanks


Good morning Burnabyman,

This is a great question. The 2018 Fx module wont be out for a while, but the 2018 rates are present in the 2017 fx module. From 2017.4.0 Release notes:

ProFile release 2017.4.0 includes 2018 tax rates for FX and FX/Q forms.

Preparers will need to make the following overrides on the “Info” form in order to use the 2018 tax rates:

  1. Open the “Info” form.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the form to the “Summary” section for each appropriate slip/summary.
  3. Enter “2018” as an override next to “Tax year (slips)”.

Please let me know if this helps

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