Hello, I am filing only a T4A(OAS) and a T4A(P). From everything I've read it should be free?

I even split the couple up to avoid the 'pension splitting' feature only available by paying.

There's nothing else entered or claimed but the T4 OAS and the T4A(P), so what am i missing in it not being free?


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**I figured it out! 

When carrying forward from last year's return I got charged with only T4 income.

However, I went to an ad for the FREE software, clicked Get Started, and then made a NEW account.  That let me start off registered with the free software. 

This is because when you log into your old account, and want to start a new return, they don't give you the FREE option.  You have to pick Standard because there's no FREE option.

This just worked and now I don't have to pay for the exact same return.

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