profile is suggesting I claim the older child the uccb altough the $1,200 is for the younger. It says it is not eligible for e-file.

my client is single and has two children, one is under 6 and the other one is older.  Profile suggests the uccb should be added to the younger child but the older child should be claimed as eqilvalent to spouse.  Is that allowed?  It says it is not eligible for e-file.


It will be done by default, if you do not assign.
The older child should be used to claim the credit: amount for an eligible dependant, because the youngest child has an income of $1,200, and therefore the credit will be reduced by the UCCB.
The above is not creating an error in order to e-file a tax return.

Now, if you are not able to e-file the tax return, is because, either:

1) There is a service interruption with e-filing service and is shut down,
2) There is something with the file that is creating an error, such as social insurance number, address, date of birth or name,
3) It is a previous year such as 2012, that we cannot e-file anymore
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