How can I tell if the T2 filing was completed? Also, I cannot find the Web Access Code under Filing.

The T2 software indicated it contacted CRA successfully, but I cannot find the Web Access Code it seems to have acquired, and I do not understand if the filing is now complete.

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If a T2 was not transmitted there will be a message in Turbo Tax, see NOT.PNG.

If you accept the transmit option in the WAC dialog,( see wac.PNG), Turbo Tax will send the return electronically to the Canada Revenue Agency( CRA). CRA will respond by either rejecting the filing with an explanation or accept the filing and give a confirmation code. You Must retain the confirmation code for future reference.

If you have questions regarding the filing you can contact the CRA T2 efile help desk. Below is a link to the CRA

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/e-services/e-services-businesses/corporation-internet-filing/hours-service.html#P35_1022

Hope this helps

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