CRA has introduced new T5013 forms for 2011, does CRA still accept the use of the old T5013 forms?


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We confirmed with CRA that they will continue to accept the old version (2010) of T5013 and that there is currently no date from which new forms must be used. (although they stated that the CRA site has new forms and old forms have been removed)

Nominees and agents can use the old forms (2010 version) to file T5013.
The instruction for nominees and agents are contained in the old T5013 guide (2006 version).

Please refer to page 28, 33, 64 and  of the guide below for more detail information.

Basically, the nominees and agents must prepare T5013 (using 2010 version of the forms) and include :
- T5013 Summary
- Photocopy of composite T5013 and T5013A slips issued to nominees / agents
- Copy 1 of all T5013 and T5013A slips for each person (investor) that the nominee /agent holds interest for
- Completed T5013 Schedule 50
- Other T5013 schedules that apply

Hope the above has answered your question.

Thank you.
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