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  1. In entering employment expenses, I input "food, beverage and entertainment expenses" as $123.98 When my return printed, it has on form T777, line 8523 "61.99 x 50% = 30.99" In other words, the program seems to have taken my input, reduced it by 50% to enter on from T777, then reduced it by another 50% to calculate the deductible portion. Is this an error in the program?
  2. In the Employment Expenses part there is a field "Employment income use for the calculation of work-in-the-home expenses" What is it exactly? Should I put my income as it is reported in T4 there?
  3. I am a salaried musician and I am issued a T2200 by my employer. When I go to the Employment Expenses menu, I select "Eligible employment expenses for a salaried musician". In 2014 and prior, I was then shown pages for Artist Expenses, Motor Vehicle, Home Office Expenses, CCA, and Employment Conditions. But in 2015, the Home Office Expenses page doesn't appear. How can I enter Home Office Expenses that relate to my employment?
  4. Hi there! I have the form T2200, employment expenses. It is signed by my employer stating that I use my personal vehicle to earn employment salary. I have fairly a good knowledge on how to fill it out in Ufile. The only issue I have is: I had a car since 2014 I purchased it 3800$ and beginning of this year in march I purchased a brand new car for my work purposes and I sold my old car in Jun for 2150$. It seems Ufile doesn't ask how much I sold the car and how much was the loss? I had both cars (90% employment use-10% personal use) for a period of 3-4 months. I have entered both car info. FYI I had a chrysler I bought it in 2014 for 2800$. The adjusted value start of the tax year was calculated by ufile which is around 2300$. I sold it for 2150$ in the tax year.
  5. Hi, I'm trying to enter line 229 under employment expenses, I've entered the data in Ufile but when I look at my return it doesn't make a change on my refund and it doesn't even show up on line 229 of the results. Here's part of my tax return: http://gyazo.com/fc307bb8862797dc52cc6b1e095b2ccf http://gyazo.com/a345c636d67209fbc30f3bd8c63cb766 http://gyazo.com/5e8da7aa1ffa985f6ed12a4813855ad7 What am I missing?
  6. Hi, I am a little confused on a section called "Employment Expenses" and I will try to explain as clear as possible. I incurred various expenses relating to motor vehicle expenses. On the motor vehicle expense schedule, I entered all costs that I incurred including my new vehicle used for business and personal use. The system asked me whether I would like to claim GST/QST rebate on those expenses. I clicked yes and then entered the GST and QST numbers. My question is whether the GST and QST rebate is only on expenses other than CCA or does it include CCA. The main reason I am asking this question is because the rebate does affect the UCC balance next year while expenses GST QST rebate become income next year. Additionally, I am not sure if I correctly entered the addition to vehicle cost. I included all costs including interest given interest is pre-calculated on the day of purchase. Is it ok to include the full price or must I separate the interest portion and only include 1/5 of the interest in the expenses. Thank you, Jacques
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