With the latest info from CRA, EFile, CRA has approved the paper filing of its T1 GENERAL - CONDENSED 2011. Will Pro File automatically print all the necessary info/schedules for paper filing the CONDENSED version?

I take it that we still have to attach the T slips, election forms, receipts etc to the T1 General - Condensed.  It would be nice to get a complete list of the items that must be attached to it.


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T1KFS - T1 General - Condensed

This release includes the new T1KFS - T1 General - Condensed return, recently released by the CRA. The T1 General - Condensed return is an abbreviated version of the T1 General return and includes an additional keying summary section (T1-KFS). This form is to be used for the CRA copy of paper-filed T1 returns and reduces the amount of paper required.

This return effectively replaces the T1 jacket. It includes most common federal schedules, provincial 428 and 479 forms, and other forms. ProFile automatically fills in the T1 General - Condensed form based on amounts that would appear elsewhere in the T1 jacket.

This form is set to print by default in the ProFile release version 2011.3.0. If users do not want to print this form then they can set the default print back to the standard T1 jacket. CRA has not made the submitting of the T1 condensed form mandatory. So clients can choose what they want to submit.

Hope the above helps.

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