how can I get rid of the warning message: fiscal periods ending after May 31, 2018 are not supported


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Hi Linachopc,

The current version of ProFile (2018.0.0) supports filing up to Oct 31,2018. You may be on an older version of ProFile. To update your version of ProFile, please press Online on top and check for updates. 

If you are on the latest version of Profile and the problem is still there, then the file may be in an incorrect module. It may be in the T2 2015-2018 module, when it should really be in the 2016-2018 module. To find out which T2 module year it is in, please go to the information form and check the banner on the very top.  

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