In April I had re filed my 2017 tax returns but have not received anything back.On the main menus it gives me an option to exit or go back and says thank you.Why is this?

It hasn't sent me any verification that's it's gone through and the only thing I have is proof of payment from turbotax. This has me concerned as I believe I have to give them money back and also need to file my return for 2018.


When you ReFile, you should receive a confirmation number immediately on your screen once it is transmitted.  Please see the following FAQ for more information.

ReFILE is a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) service that enables you to electronically submit changes to a tax return that you filed previously using NETFILE.

Note for Québec residents: TurboTax does not have the ReFILE service available for residents of Québec.

In TurboTax, the ReFILE service is available for the current tax year (2018) and the last tax year (2017). Note that for tax year 2017, there's a $5 service fee.

On the page in TurboTax that lists all of your tax returns, the ReFILE button appears only next to tax returns that are eligible for the ReFILE service.

We guide you through the steps necessary to make changes to your previously filed tax return and submit using ReFILE.

Restrictions: You can use ReFILE to submit only certain types of changes to your tax return. Some situations exclude you from using ReFILE. For more details, visit CRA’s page on conditions and exclusions for using ReFILE.


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