2013 info not transferring correctly

Thank you everyone for responses/links to my query last week.

https://turbotax.community.turbotaxonline.ca/replies/2407408

https://turbotax.community.turbotaxonline.ca/replies/2406252

https://turbotax.community.turbotaxonline.ca/replies/2406200

2013 return is now available through the link provided; however, there is a problem.  This return is different from the one I ended up with last year and which I filed. Personal info in the 2013 return (provided in link above) is correct, but financial info has changed from the return actually submitted in that it shows a substantial refund vs the tax owing which I paid.  

How could that happen?  How can I tell which is correct?  How can this be fixed?  I have a printed copy of last year's return. 

Thank you.


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