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You file your Québec return from the same place in TurboTax as your federal return. Most TurboTax users choose to file their federal return first, but you can choose to file your Québec return first if you'd prefer. You can submit your completed retu... read more
Yes. Most people are able to file their TP1 returns online using NetFile Québec, provided none of Revenu Québec's restrictions apply to you. This service is available online directly through any version of TurboTax. Simply select File after you've fi... read more
You file your Québec return from the same place in TurboTax as your federal return. Most TurboTax users choose to file their federal return first, but you can choose to file your Québec return first if you'd prefer. You can submit your completed retu... read more
If you successfully filed your Québec return using NetFile Québec, TurboTax will display a confirmation number to indicate that your return was successfully filed and received by Revenu Québec. You can view this confirmation number in TurboTax any ti... read more
Yes. TurboTax Free for tax year 2016 supports all jurisdictions, including Québec, and all tax siutations, excluding form T1163/T1273 AgriStability/AgriInvest. Sign in to TurboTax Free for tax year 2016.
The LogiRénov tax credit is available only for tax years 2014 and 2015. For any renovation work to qualify under this credit, the work must have been done by a qualified contractor under a contract entered into between April 24, 2014, and July 1, 201... read more
Yes. Most people are able to file their TP1 returns online using NetFile Québec, provided none of Revenu Québec's restrictions apply to you. This service is available online directly through any version of TurboTax. Simply select File after you've fi... read more
You file your Québec return from the same place in TurboTax as your federal return. Most TurboTax users choose to file their federal return first, but you can choose to file your Québec return first if you prefer. You can submit your completed return... read more
If you lived in Québec at the end of the tax year but earned income outside of Québec, you may have paid provincial (or territorial) taxes for the province where you earned your income. You can transfer, to the province of Québec, up to 45% of the in... read more
You only need to file a provincial tax return in Québec if you lived in that province on December 31st. Otherwise, the federal return you file with the CRA covers both your federal and provincial taxes. When you submit your return via NETFILE, TurboT... read more
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