Why can't I e-file a T1013 from newly installed version 2011.1.1?


There is a known issue about this:

Excerpt from their website: http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/iq/EFILE-Online/T1013-Electronic-Filing-/INF17465.html

"ID: 014447

The EFILE the T1013 for this taxpayer… option is not available under the EFILE menu in either the 2011 or 2010 T1/TP1 modules. Consequently, you cannot transmit form T1013: Authorizing or Cancelling a Representative electronically from ProFile. This option was turned off to allow for the rollover to 2011 T1 EFILE to which it is attached.


However, the T1013 form has been updated to the 2011 version and the barcode will appear on the form when it is printed. Thus, you may submit the T1013 by mail to CRA for processing.

This electronic filing option will be reactivated in an upcoming EFILE release."
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