Banking Information. If someone files last 8 years returns together.

Do you include the banking information in each return or just the first and last return. What if they are not assessed at the same time. Just wondering how everyone does it.

Also, I would like to THANK everyone from the bottom of my heart to share your time and knowledge to help fellow tax prepares out. God Bless you ALL.


Stevie, I can only speak for myself, but most of us in the live community are happy to help so your expression of appreciation is welcomed by all.

You have an unusual situation and to be honest I really don't know how CRA would handle it. I have filed a whole slew of tax returns for a delinquent filer in the past, but don't recall anyone providing a direct deposit request in the same batch of years. This may annoy CRA (or not), but I'd be inclined to just include the DD request in each of those eight years with the exception of any years in which a balance might be owing. It's only a couple of minutes of extra work per year, but might keep the client happy.

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