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  1. Thanks Gabriel. Out of interest, is it an error (or an orphan from previous income tax regulations) to have this field appear in the "Stocks, mutual funds and other non depreciable property" page?
  2. Hi Gabriel, Thanks for you reply. I had already successfully completed Steps 1-6 from your reply. My question was specifically related to the box on this form for "Stock option benefits included as employment income (T4 box 38)". If the Box 38 amount was already inputted under the "T4 income" form, entering it again appears to be a duplication that incorrectly renders my capital gains zero. Is there a specific scenario where the T4 Box 38 value should be entered in BOTH the "T4 income" form and the "Stocks, mutual funds and other non depreciable property" captial gains form? Many thanks, Ewan
  3. Hello, Hoping somebody can assist... I am preparing a 2013 personal tax return and have capital gains to report from the sale of stocks that were originally purchased as employee stock options. Under the "Capital gains & ABIL" menu, I have selected the "Stocks, mutual funds and other non depreciable property" form to enter the appropriate information. This form includes a box to enter the amount from Box 38 on the T4. However, an entry for Box 38 (and associated Box 39) is included in the T4 UFile form, where I have entered these values. My sense is, entering the Box 38 amount a second time in the "Stocks, mutual funds and other non depreciable property" form is not correct. When I duplicate the Box 38 entry, I don't see any capital gains reflected in the final UFile results. Assuming that this online form is essentially replicating Schedule 3, there is not a similar Box 38 entry on the Schedule 3 form on the CRA website. Any insights and assistance would be most appreciated. Thanks, Ewan
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