T1 filed electronicall after completing T1013 but CRA did not receiv T1013 . What could be the reason. Socondly if I have to submit T1013 elctronically then how I can submit . Please advise

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Parkash,

I am not really sure how and why T1013 did not get submitted to CRA.  However, this is what you need to do for filing the T1013 for a taxpayer to CRA:

1.  Open the taxpayer's T1 return for which you need to efile T1013.
2.  Make sure that the options are correctly setup on the T1013 for online access.
3.  Click "Efile" and select "Efile the T1013 for this taxpayer".

The above will result in transmitting the T1013 for the taxpayer.

Hope the above helps.
Hardev
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