Would be helpful if it created a 2013 Tslip file when actioned from a 2013 T2 file.
We wondered about this, but also considered how often you would want to prepare a 2013 Tslip file.
I assumed that because of the egregious penalties involved, that you’d never file a T4 return more than a few weeks late.
Does it happen often?
While we, as accountants, never want to file a client’s slip late, clients often do not have enough foresight to file on time. It is quite regular to have to do client’s books 3 years at a time… Typically new clients. Therefore, the linear relationship between a T2 and a Tslip fiile by year would be beneficial.