The CRA certified version will be 2019.3.0. This version is targeted for release early/mid February. This version will be the filing version for both paper and electronic filing..
ProFile version 2019.2.0 will have further updates to the T1 for 2019. CRA gives us certification for specific forms over several months. That is the reason forms are still in draft in various versions.
Therefore version 2019.2.0 ( targeted for Mid December), will be a more complete 2019 T1 version then earlier versions, and some users start entries at that time. But be aware of draft forms in 2019.2.0, (draft means they are not certified by CRA) and a certified filing version of 2019 T1 will not be available until version 2019.3.0.
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