I am wondering if most accountants submit T1 Condensed (adding schedules from regular T1 omitted on T1-FKS) or still prefer to send old-style T1 for paper filed returns. I greatly appreciate any help. There is no specific rule on T1 Condensed fro CRA.

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Here is the link to the CRA Website regarding the T1 condensed info:

http://www.efile.cra.gc.ca/l-blltnbrd-eng.html

The T1 General-Condensed return is an abbreviated version of the T1 General. As such, the CRA only wants to receive the T1 Condensed form, the business statements, Schedules 4 and 5 as well as any election form that applies to the return, including the T1032 Joint Election to Split Income. They do not want to receive a copy of the T1 or schedules or any other form for which a section appears in the T1-KFS section of the condensed form.
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