How to file T2 filled in Turbotax, through Corporate Internet filing? CRA requires a file in format "*.cor" which I don't see in my Turbotax files.

This is my first time filing Corporate tax return through Turbotax. Maybe there is a step by step instruction how to do this. Thank you in advance!

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TurboTax allows filing the corporate return electronically to the Canada Revenue Agency(CRA) using the Web Access Code (WAC) method. Turbo Tax does not create a separate .cor file that can be uploaded to the CRA.

The process to file the return electronically to CRA can be found in either the EasyStep or Forms methods/modes.

In EasyStep, there is a FINISH tab which allows the electronic filing of the return if all warnings and audit messages have been addressed.

In the Forms mode, there is a File Now menu icon which walks the filer through the filing process.

Using either mode , TurboTax walks the filer through the required steps to file the T2 using the filing method in TurboTax Business; the WAC method of filing.

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