You can use the TurboTax online software to file your non-resident tax return, absolutely.
- Here is where you sign up/in (top right) for your online account: https://turbotax.intuit.ca/tax-software/index.jsp
You simply file yourself as a non-resident
- Here is how to determine your residency status BEFORE you start your tax return: How do I determine my residency status? - https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/replies/2647682
- Here is how - In the online edition of TurboTax, how do I print a copy of my tax return? https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/replies/2648070
Is there any option to send the tax return electronically for non-residents now the coronavirus makes it hard for printing and sending the tax return by mail?
I started to file my tax as a non-reseidnet. I have a rental propoerty that I paid taxes on a monthly basis and have a NR4 slip but can't find any place to enter that. Where should I go to enter NR4 data?
There is no actual NR4 slip form in the T1 General, so you will not find a page in TurboTax to fill the information > you will have to add it under a slip that is recognized depending on the source of income:
- If the income is from Old age security > enter the information under the T4A(OAS) slip
- If the income is from an investment T5/NR4 slip > enter the information under the T5 box 15 and 16 slips
- If it is an interest income > enter the income under the Interest and Investment profile
- If the income is from a T4A/NR4 slip > enter the information under the T4A slip
Your rental income should be reported under the Rental Income Profile > search for Rental Property in the Find engine on the top bar
I hope this was helpful