still getting the SFD error message

Has anyone else got any suggestions on how to clear the error message "Selected Financial Data". I have tried everyway to get the farm statements to e-file, both T1163 & T2042.  They all have one thing in common.  Overide of the CCA, because they don't need the loss.  I have changed all the income  and expense codes to agree to the new CRA codes,
have checked all of the industry codes, there is no information in the forms that shouldn't be there.  I am really stumped.
Any suggestions would be appreicated.


Unfortuantely this is a generic Profile problem.  One of the several that they consistently refuse to address.  I have used Profile for 10 years now and the quality of their program is deteriorating.   for at least 4 years now we have had problems efiling farmer tax returns, especially Agristability returns until sometime in early April.  Then, normally,  Profile finds a solution.   Until then, they have not been at all pro-active in acknowledging that there is even a problem.  and of course, trying to phone then and talk to them is an exercise in futility.
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