How can I save my son's return while we find a missing T3 and also start on my daughter's tax return?

I want to do the whole family's tax returns before submitting but am unsure how to do this.

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I believe you are asking to prepare the returns as family using ProFile software. Here is the what you need to do:

1.  Prepare the return for the couple.
2.  Add the dependants information on the "Dependant" worksheet in the couple's return.
3.  Save the return for the couple.
3.  Prepare each dependant's return in ProFile and save.
4.  With all the returns (Couple's and Dependants) open in ProFile do a "File|Save-as".
5.  On the "Save-as" dialog make sure that the tabs for all family members are displayed (for example, father, mother , son and daughter) to link the returns as family.
6.  Click "Save" to save the returns linked as family.
7.  To maintain the family link from now on, close the returns as family by clicking "File" and "Close Family" (closing the returns individually will break the family link).

Hope the above helps.  If you need additional assistance please call our toll-free support line at 1 800 452 9970 for help.

Thank you.
Hardev
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