Issuing Dividends for a Corporation and the T5

I'm submitting my T2 and I'm not sure where my T5 for corporate dividends should be recorded.   How do I show this?  Thanks.


T5's and the summary are submitted to CRA separately like a T4 (and summary).  You will need to register an "Account" with CRA (the business number will be like the GST/HST number and the corporate number but the RT or RC will be replaced by two other letters (can't recall what they are off the top of my head.

Call CRA, they will help you.  

PS for 2012 they were to be filed by Feb 28, 2013 (I think).  They are typically filed about the same time as T4's.
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