TurboTax does not have these forms in our software but for your departure tax, you will need to claim it as a capital gain. Here is quoting directly from the CRA - link provided below for more information.
When you leave Canada, you are considered to have sold certain types of property (even if you have not sold them) at their fair market value (FMV) and to have immediately reacquired them for the same amount. This is called a deemed disposition and you may have to report a capital gain (also known as departure tax).
Your property could include the following: shares, jewelry, paintings, or a collection."
Links below from the CRA
- Leaving Canada (emigrants) - https://bit.ly/2uBofdG
- PDF of T1161 - https://bit.ly/2HXqTCq
- PDF of T1243 - https://bit.ly/2TMTqge
If TurboTax does not provide these forms for our tax returns, how do you recommend we submit these forms as part of our tax return? Should we just download the documents, and mail them somewhere? If so, where would that address be? Usually CRA forms, in my experience, specify the location that the document should be mailed to (e.g. as the NR-73 form does).