The product I purchased asked which province .....I selected BC, I will do 2 Alberta.....will that be a problem?


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ProFile can be purchased as a full license allowing completion of an unlimited number of T2 returns. Corporations from any province can be completed; including Quebec and Alberta. On the info tab, there is a field to indicate the corporation's taxing jurisdiction, (see screenshot jn.PNG: AB-Alberta in this example). Corporations with multiple jurisdictions can also be completed, using jurisdiction MJ and completing schedule 5). So with a full license any number of returns can be completed for all jurisdictions and territories. 

ProFile One Pay allows the same functionality as the full license but for the completion of one return only.

Based on the jurisdiction indicated on the info tab, ProFile will complete the required tax forms. Review the used forms and auditor warnings as a review before filings

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