Q: My employer is a partnership, and the two partners
have each their own tax practitioner numbers. We have one tax practitioner
e-filing profile for the partnership, with all our clients. We’ve always used
the one partner’s details for all the clients. However, each partner now wants
to ensure that we only use their PR number when submitting returns for their
Is it possible to have one tax practitioner e-filing profile
and have 2 tax practitioners?
A: Yes you can have two practitioner numbers on one profile.
You will need to login with the other practitioner's login and password and
activate his login under Services and then delegate which users will submit
under his profile by delegating Practitioner authority to each user that will
be submitting under his PR number. If you have one staff member that submits
for both practitioners you will need to create an additional login and password
for the user and then delegate rights to the user under each PR number.
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