Notes section for Efiling

Occasionally we need to put a $0 small business limit for a company who has hundreds of related/associated companies.  Because there are hundreds of related/associated companies, we do not list them all on S23, but we make sure to put $0 small business limit.

CRA often changes this and provides for a full small business limit for the company.  We then have to go through and request it be reverted back to $0.

Today when speaking with CRA, they said that to avoid this you can put in notes that get E-filed with the return.  I have never seen a section for which you can put notes that get sent with the E-file.  Does anybody know where we could put these notes?




I believe you can put that in GIFI S100 Notes

That is also where notes to the financial statements are added.


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