Just wanted to let you know of an opportunity to avoid some user-FUD around the T1135 NETFILE flow.

Just wanted to let you know of an opportunity to avoid some user-FUD...

This year I had to file a T1135. After I submitted it successfully, via NETFILE, TurboTax ran me through the ENOA download a second time. I assumed it would provide info about my T1135 submission but it did not. Why prompt me to go through the ENOA flow again if it's not going to tell me anything new?

Then, the confirmation email I received from TurboTax created some momentary additional FUD because it doesn't say anything about it being about my T1135 submission. I was able to reassure myself that I hadn't messed up my T1 submission or accidentally filed my husband's return by comparing the confirmation number in the email to the confirmation number on the step in TurboTax. Again, why make me check my work when a copy-tweak in the confirmation email is all that's needed?

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