Have you called him or stopped into the office, and asked? That would seem to be a good place to start. Two weeks is a long time when he said a couple days.
by Judy - 11 hours ago
No it should not take 2 weeks to do the returns even off season. Each return should not take more than a couple of hours max. Unless of course you had 100's of stock transactions or sold a lot of property. If it's just straight T4's and such all 4 years should be done in less than one day. Call the office and see whats going on. I hope you got a receipt for the package you gave him. There may also be an issue that you were in another province in former years. If that Provence was Quebec the local office may not have experience dealing with Quebec returns (remember Quebec is different)
by my16paws - 11 hours ago
That seems REALLY long. I had my taxes done, with W-2's from 8 jobs, and it took her less than an hour. So even for a few years worth, it shouldn't have been 2 weeks. Talk to a manager or supervisor at the H&R you went to and let them know what's happened.
by Mariposa - 11 hours ago
I'm thinking he forgot about them; hopefully, he didn't lose your documents.
by Scott K - 11 hours ago
yes if is complicated
by wizard - 11 hours ago
I'd imagine so. You're 3 months past due.
by mykes_ - 11 hours ago
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