T5 Slips in Profile and quickbooks


I am new to profile. Here is the situation. We paid a small amount of dividend to a shareholder (related party) this year in the calendar year 2013. However Our corporate fiscal year runs from July to June. So we paid  a part of it in prior to June 2013 and the balance after July 2013.

We need to generate a T5 slip now  so how do we do that? and since we have QuickBooks for our accounting can we import data in to fx module to generate a T5 slip?

Thanks for your anticipated help and cooperation.



T5s and T4's are prepared on a calendar basis.  So the steps would be:
 - 1) Register an account with CRA for the reporting of T5's (call them or login to your "My account").
 - 2) Summarize the Dividend, Interest, Royalties and other T5-relevant income paid in the CALENDAR year; you will need the SIN or BN of the people/corporations to which the dividends were paid and the amounts paid to each,
 - 3) You can report T5's using software such as Profile, or you can login to your CRA "My-Account", then click on "file a return", using Web-Forms or other means available on the site.

It is important to note that these had to be filed by February 28 of the year following the year the actual dividends were paid (so, for 2013, about 10 days ago).
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