I have the new version of software for 2013, now...how do i efile? I knew it would be different from 2012, under the efile tab there is no option to file.

All my fields for identification are completed.  I have not found anywhere in the program where it gives the help information on efiling  for 2013.  I understand there will be batch filing, is this going to go through the export, create an xml file and then send??     I think  some direction to all could be required.


I efiled couple of my return by using the option under e-file, the oprion e-file with T1013, it gave me the confirmation number, but CRA still doesn't process any e-file until Feb 10, 2014
make sure you under e-file option, you added the requirement for the e-file
your efile id # and password
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