Efie of First year T1 Tax Return

Can we efile a T1 Tax Return of an individual if it is his first Tax return.I know according to the existing CRA rules the first T1 Tax Return can not be efiled, but according to the new CRA rules, it is mentioned that if you file 10 or more tax returns then you must file them as efile. Does it applicable to the First year T1 Tax Returns too?



You cannot file a return electronically in any of the situations listed in the CRA link below:


Here is a link that lists Mandatory electronic filing criteria for tax preparers:


For additional clarification please call CRA helpdesk.

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