T1134 Error - T1134 Summary - Taxation year end date cannot be before January 1, 2016 or after October 31, 2018. How come? I have ProFile version 2019.0.7

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

I apologize for the inconvenience but, the T1134 is certified for use by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) in the current version of ProFile- r2019.0.8 for all returns which can be filed from the current version of ProFile T2 module. The warning is the issue: it is incorrect.  I have confirmed with our product development team that the form will be accepted by CRA if you sign off the warning in the auditor. The warning message issue is targeted to be resolved in an upcoming release.

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