Eligible Dependent claiming RC62 amount; CRA efiling error states Field 305 of S1 Federal and Field 5816 of Prov F428 exceeds the maximum allowable. The amounts are correct but I still cannot get the efile to go through. Is it something with 2012 progra
If anyone else is having this problem, see my reply to Sonya - the amount claimed by the Eligible Dependent has to be exactly what is shown on the RC62 - so wait for it. In my case, the child turned 6 in 2012 so I assumed $100/month until the month he turned 6. Maybe this would work in most cases, however the RC62 had an extra $1000 on it - maybe back benefit???
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