can I use Profile to request a reassessment of a T2 return?

can i use Profile T2 to request an assessment of a T2 retuun?


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You can request a reassessment of a T2 by filling out a T2ADJ form.

Go to Help > About and ensure that you’re on ProFile version 2014.0.3

Open the return, go to File > Properties and set Client Status to ‘2. Work in Process’ and the EFILE Status to ‘0. Unknown’

Click ok, save the return, close it and open it again. You should then be prompted to load the return in the 2012-2014 module. Click ‘Yes’.

On the return itself, ensure that:

  1. On the Corporate Information page: Under Filing, click ‘Yes’ to ‘Is this an amended return?’

  2. Internet file this return is set to ‘Yes’

  3. Select ‘Yes’ on line 997 of the T2 Adjustment worksheet, and ensure a description is entered in line 996 as well.

Please note that only returns with the start year 2012/01/01 are eligible to be internet filed through ProFile.

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