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    This is my tax return, not the estate. Sorry i thought tjat was clear.


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    OOPS. My bad. See the correction I added to my post. If the pension payment was a death benefit it likely is taxable in your hands. (I should know better than to rely on memory before looking it up.)

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    Addy. Once you get your NOA (when you eventually file your return), THAT is when you write CRA back and ask for leniency regarding any interest and penalties. In my experience, they will waive both in your circumstances. Don't phone them - now or ever - there is no one who can help you *with this* on the other end of the phone.

    (((sending internet hugs)))

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    Thanks MG. My husband read on the CRA sit that, as it turns out, if you e-file you have an extra few days "in case you have problems submitting electronically". So I think it will all be fine, but it's good to know I can request any penalties be waived in the case of my dad passing just in case CRA does assign a penalty.

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    Sorry to hear about your loss Addy


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