Is there any way to sort T1's by form number i.e. T2125 if one wanted to know how many self-employed clients there were?

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Andy,

You need to have Premier version of ProFile T1 module to find out how returns you have prepared for self employed taxpayers.  Using the ProFile database feature (Client Explorer) you can create a filtered view to list all the clients that have self employed income using this query (free format expression) "Line162 greater than (symbol) 0" or "Line135  greater than or less than (symbol) 0".  Then do "Database -- Select All" to select all the clients in the view to get a count of total returns that you have prepared for self employed taxpayers.  You may also produce a list of all these clients if you so desire.

In case you need additional assistance to accomplish your task please call ProFile toll-free support line at 1 800 452 9970 for help.

Hope this helps.
Hardev
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