TurboTax contains all the forms necessary to complete most personal income tax returns, regardless of your province or territory of residence. This includes business forms (such as the T2125, T2042, and T2121) for unincorporated self-employed business and professional income.
There are very few types of returns that can't be done with TurboTax. You cannot use TurboTax if:
- You do not have a Canadian social insurance number (SIN).
If you have a valid SIN but your spouse does not, you can use TurboTax to complete your own return. However you cannot complete a return for your spouse, either coupled with your own, or individually;
- You need to file a T2 corporate return for an incorporated business. You must use a product that includes a T2 return, such as TurboTax Business - Incorporated;
- You earned $10,000,000.00 ($10 million) or more in the current tax year.
Although there may be other exceptions, these are the broad rules for returns that can't be completed with TurboTax.