how can i confirm my return is filed? It only asks "done with filing" as an option. CRA website says my return is NOT filed!!


If you received a 6-digit confirmation code from CRA after Netfiling, then you have filed successfully and it is just taking a while for the CRA website to reflect that your file has been received. Check back later today and tomorrow if that is the case.
If you did not see the file transfer depiction and received any 6-digit code from CRA, you have not completed the NetFile process. Go back, ensure you have no NetFileerrors or are otherwise not eligible., and try again.

To all NetFilers you MUST use the selfsame exact same Name, DoB and SIN as last year in order to NetFile, hence the declaration at the end. Any change or incorrect entry will prevent NetFiling. Use your Notice of Assessment to verify your CRA name and SIN, no other document counts, not even a T4.
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