topic You personally need to be registered at My Account for CR... in Filing https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/you-personally-need-to-be-registered-at-my-account-for-cr/01/948435#M2435 <P>You personally need to be registered at My Account for CRA in order to use the Express Notice of Assessment feature offered by CRA for 2018.</P><P>I used this feature myself for both my own and my wife’s return.</P><P>Btw you don’t need a RepID to create and file a return for someone else.</P><P>The RepID only comes into play if you try to access tax information at CRA for a SIN other than your own.</P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:12 GMT TonyC11 2019-10-31T13:08:12Z TurboTax 2018 hung when I attempted to access my CRA Assessment and they rejected this with an error message. Is this a known problem? https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/turbotax-2018-hung-when-i-attempted-to-access-my-cra-assessment-and-they-rejected-this-with-an-error/01/948432#M2432 <P>The CRA message indicated that I was not authorized to access the account and&nbsp;download my Assessment via TurboTax&nbsp;until I was cleared as a representative.&nbsp; This was not applicable as&nbsp;I was accessing&nbsp;my own account, not that of my wife, for whom I am already registered as a representative.<BR /></P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:08 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/turbotax-2018-hung-when-i-attempted-to-access-my-cra-assessment-and-they-rejected-this-with-an-error/01/948432#M2432 gordonrd 2019-10-31T13:08:08Z I need a print out of my 2028 Assessment https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-need-a-print-out-of-my-2028-assessment/01/948433#M2433 I need a print out of my 2028 Assessment Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:09 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-need-a-print-out-of-my-2028-assessment/01/948433#M2433 keisko771 2019-10-31T13:08:09Z I don't think that you want to wait until 2028 for that p... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-don-t-think-that-you-want-to-wait-until-2028-for-that-p/01/948434#M2434 I don't think that you want to wait until 2028 for that printout.&nbsp;&nbsp;Do you mean "2018"?&nbsp;&nbsp;If so, the assessments are available online via CRA's website.&nbsp;&nbsp;You can also write to them for a mailed printout. Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:11 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-don-t-think-that-you-want-to-wait-until-2028-for-that-p/01/948434#M2434 gordonrd 2019-10-31T13:08:11Z You personally need to be registered at My Account for CR... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/you-personally-need-to-be-registered-at-my-account-for-cr/01/948435#M2435 <P>You personally need to be registered at My Account for CRA in order to use the Express Notice of Assessment feature offered by CRA for 2018.</P><P>I used this feature myself for both my own and my wife’s return.</P><P>Btw you don’t need a RepID to create and file a return for someone else.</P><P>The RepID only comes into play if you try to access tax information at CRA for a SIN other than your own.</P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:12 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/you-personally-need-to-be-registered-at-my-account-for-cr/01/948435#M2435 TonyC11 2019-10-31T13:08:12Z Both myself and my wife are registered with CRA and I can... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/both-myself-and-my-wife-are-registered-with-cra-and-i-can/01/948436#M2436 Both myself and my wife are registered with CRA and I can access both MyAccount pages for information about our tax returns and assessments.&nbsp;&nbsp;It seems that the only difference in the two accounts is that her account is accessible to her representative (me) and mine has no representative access.&nbsp;&nbsp;The fact that TurboTax hung when trying to access my assessment leads me to believe that there is a bug in the program. Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:13 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/both-myself-and-my-wife-are-registered-with-cra-and-i-can/01/948436#M2436 gordonrd 2019-10-31T13:08:13Z Like I  say it worked fine with me, borh my wife and I fo... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/like-i-say-it-worked-fine-with-me-borh-my-wife-and-i-fo/01/948437#M2437 Like I&nbsp;&nbsp;say it worked fine with me, borh my wife and I for which we each are registered for My Account, I don’t have RepID with my wife, just login as her when necessary. That is the same capability as having RePID. <BR /><BR />Try logging into My Account with your wife’s credentials, when requested. As I say it worked fine. <BR /> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:15 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/like-i-say-it-worked-fine-with-me-borh-my-wife-and-i-fo/01/948437#M2437 TonyC11 2019-10-31T13:08:15Z I can access my own account by logging in as myself.  I c... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-can-access-my-own-account-by-logging-in-as-myself-i-c/01/948438#M2438 I can access my own account by logging in as myself.&nbsp;&nbsp;I can access my wife's account both by logging in as her or after logging in as myself and using the RepID accessibility.&nbsp;&nbsp;The problem isn't with a direct login to the CRA account via a web browser, it is with the ability of TurboTax to access my assessment as part of the EasyStep procedures (it accessed my wife's assessment this way with no difficulty).&nbsp;&nbsp;It seems that the program likes you, but me, not so much.&nbsp;&nbsp;I guess that my assessment won't become accessible via browser until after the delay imposed by CRA's website. Thu, 31 Oct 2019 13:08:16 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/filing/discussion/i-can-access-my-own-account-by-logging-in-as-myself-i-c/01/948438#M2438 gordonrd 2019-10-31T13:08:16Z
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<P>The CRA message indicated that I was not authorized to access the account and&nbsp;download my Assessment via TurboTax&nbsp;until I was cleared as a representative.&nbsp; This was not applicable as&nbsp;I was accessing&nbsp;my own account, not that of my wife, for whom I am already registered as a representative.<BR /></P>
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I don't think that you want to wait until 2028 for that printout.&nbsp;&nbsp;Do you mean "2018"?&nbsp;&nbsp;If so, the assessments are available online via CRA's website.&nbsp;&nbsp;You can also write to them for a mailed printout.
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<P>You personally need to be registered at My Account for CRA in order to use the Express Notice of Assessment feature offered by CRA for 2018.</P><P>I used this feature myself for both my own and my wife’s return.</P><P>Btw you don’t need a RepID to create and file a return for someone else.</P><P>The RepID only comes into play if you try to access tax information at CRA for a SIN other than your own.</P>
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Both myself and my wife are registered with CRA and I can access both MyAccount pages for information about our tax returns and assessments.&nbsp;&nbsp;It seems that the only difference in the two accounts is that her account is accessible to her representative (me) and mine has no representative access.&nbsp;&nbsp;The fact that TurboTax hung when trying to access my assessment leads me to believe that there is a bug in the program.
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Like I&nbsp;&nbsp;say it worked fine with me, borh my wife and I for which we each are registered for My Account, I don’t have RepID with my wife, just login as her when necessary. That is the same capability as having RePID. <BR /><BR />Try logging into My Account with your wife’s credentials, when requested. As I say it worked fine. <BR />
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I can access my own account by logging in as myself.&nbsp;&nbsp;I can access my wife's account both by logging in as her or after logging in as myself and using the RepID accessibility.&nbsp;&nbsp;The problem isn't with a direct login to the CRA account via a web browser, it is with the ability of TurboTax to access my assessment as part of the EasyStep procedures (it accessed my wife's assessment this way with no difficulty).&nbsp;&nbsp;It seems that the program likes you, but me, not so much.&nbsp;&nbsp;I guess that my assessment won't become accessible via browser until after the delay imposed by CRA's website.
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