Here is what you need to do to setup for discounting:
1. You need to be registered with CRA as a discounter to get your "Discounter Registration Number". Here is a link for RC76 form - APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT TO OBTAIN A DISCOUNTER CODE / DISCOUNTER DIRECT DEPOSIT ENROLMENT: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/rc76/rc76-12b.pdf
2. After getting your discounter registration number, you complete the "Preparer" and "Discouter" information sections in ProFile going to "Options\Environment\Preparer tab" and "Options\Environment\Discounter tab" respectively.
3. When preparing returns you make sure that you have selected "Yes" to the question "Is return discounted?" in the "Filing" section on the "Info" page. And, make sure that all the SEND errors have been corrected to flag the return's SEND status as "Eligible". You can check the SEND status by doing "File\ Properties" to display the "File Properties" dialog.
4. Now you are ready to do a SEND, In ProFile click "EFILE" and then select " Internet Send Request" option to do the SEND.
NOTE; You need to have a ProFile T1 Premier license to do SEND because T1 Basic does not have the SEND feature.
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