I need to download the last 3 pages (Other Credits) of the Non-Resident of Canada related tax form but can't find this anywhere. Does anyone know where I can get that?

I wasn't able to use the Income Tax & Benefit Return For Non-Residents & Deemed Residents Of Canada that was filled by this TURBO TAX service since it said duplicate copy on it. I have retrieved all the separate PDF's that make up this form, but can't find a PDF for the last 3 pages (Other Credits). It comes after Allowable Amount Of Non-Refundable Tax Credits - Schedule B. I'm not sure if I actually need to submit this as well to the CRA. Any advice would be appreciated. See the attached document that I received from TURBO TAX. I'm trying to find the "Other Credits" section which runs from page 12 to 14 within a fillable PDF somewhere on the internet so I can submit this by mail as well to the CRA.

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To resolve your printing issue, please try uninstalling & reinstalling the program using the download from our website. It will not delete any of you saved returns.

Before you begin

Before you uninstall TurboTax, create a back-up copy of your tax return.

  1. Locate your tax return in the folder where you saved it.
  2. Right-click the return file with your mouse, then select Copy.
  3. Right-click within the folder and select Paste.
  4. Move the copied file to the back-up location of your choice (such as a portable hard drive).

 

Instructions for uninstalling TurboTax

To uninstall the TurboTax CD/download edition, complete the following steps.

1. Enter “uninstall” in the Type here to search field at the bottom-left area of your screen.

2. Select Add or remove programs from the options that appear.

3. Enter “TurboTax” in the Search this list field on the Apps & features step.

A list of programs appears.

4. Select the TurboTax program you want to uninstall.

5. Select Uninstall in the section associated with that TurboTax program.

6. Select Uninstall in the window that appears.

The TurboTax program has been removed from your computer.

 

Note: The TurboTax CD/download edition is compatible with Windows and doesn’t work on Mac computers.

 

 

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Note: If you purchased TurboTax on CD and it won’t install, please download a copy of the software from this link instead: Download the CD/download edition of TurboTax

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  • Log on to Windows using an account with administrator privileges; that is, do NOT use guest accounts or standard user accounts. (How to determine user account type in Windows)
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    The TurboTax installer file name is TurboTaxXXXX_*YYYY.exe, where XXXX represents the tax year and *YYYY represents the build number.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen, clicking Next to move through the process.
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  5. Once the installation is complete, select Finish.
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Things to do after you finish installing

Enable all antivirus, firewall, and antispyware software if you disabled them before installing TurboTax.

 

 

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When you mail your return to the CRA you need to use the condensed version with the barcode on it, not the archive version (with “duplicate” on it).

Here are instructions on how to print a copy of your tax return to mail to the CRA:

TurboTax CD/Download EasyStep Mode:

1. On the left side menu, select File, and then select NETFILE or Print.

2. Click the Start button.

3. Select “I want to print and mail my return” and click Continue.

4. Continue through until and you will eventually get the option to print the CRA copy of your return.

 

TurboTax CD/Download Form Mode:

1. Under the File menu at the top left, select Print, then Print Return.

2. Click Continue on the “Save a copy” page.

3. Then next page will allow you to print the CRA copy of your return, or save a PDF of the CRA copy.


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