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How Do I fix error 2051 " Your client may be entitled to a CPP/QPP overpayment, but no claim was made at
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The filed return gets rejected with efile error 2051 in a situation where taxpayer is over 65; collecting CPP and still employed .  In such cases the preparer needs to call CRA help desk; check if the taxpayer has opted out of CPP (form CPT30 filed with CRA) and provide document controt number to the HelpDesk agent for comparing the date entered in the taxpayer's return for opting out of CPP with what CRA has on file.

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