Is it necessary to send a T1-KS (keying summary) with paper-filed returns ? How can I find it in the forms explorer ?

I am filing 10 years worth of returns for someone (9 are paper). When I printed off the paper years, some had the T1-KS forms and the rest did not. On the last page of the T1-KSs that made it through, there is a CRA note that says it "has to be submitted with your paper return". I have been searching for just these forms in the Forms Explorer and cannot locate it... Thanks in advance for any help on this !

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AmyB,

Using Form Explorer you can display T1-KS (up to 2004)  and T1 Condensed (starting year 2011) as mentioned below:

1.  Last year for T1-KS (Keying Summary) was  2004 taxation year.
2.  T1Barcode used to be printed on the T1 Jacket up to and including 2010 taxation year.
3.  Staring taxation year 2011, CRA introduced T1 Condensed Jacket that must be filed when you are paper filing a T1 return.

Hope the above has answered your question.

Thank you.
Hardev
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