which version of turbo tax do I need to pay personal taxes with basic rrsp but make myself ei exempt?

I had to incorporate a business last February.  An accountant will do my corporate taxes as this is my first year but I would still like to do my own personal taxes with just basic medical and bus pass write offs.  No RRSP's this year as work is very slow out here.  Since I am the director/only employee of the company, I am paying myself as an employee but going with EI exempt status as a director.

Which version of TurboTax will allow me to make myself EI exempt?  My accountant  will make me up a T4 slip based on the taxes & CPP I have paid.

Am I correct to assume I am a salaried employee when I do my personal taxes since I paid the monthly CPP & taxes; or should I enter my earnings as self employed still?


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