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  1. I am filling returns for me and for my wife (NIL income) together. No matter what combination of choices I make in control, I only get line 6010 of Schedule 14 filled with $154. Line 6011 is blank, so I am not getting the $77 I should get for my wife. I tried the combinations with Yes for me, No for her, Let MaxBack decide in one or both places... The CRA question is properly set with CMA - Toronto for both. How can I convince UFile to fill in line 6011?
  2. I have been unable to figure out how to disable the Climate Action Incentive when you do not qualify for it. If you do not put anything in the box in the "CRA Questions Section" the program still applies the credit on line 449. On Page 2 of the Schedule 14, Line 6114, the schedule states that you did not reside outside of a Metropolitan Area on Dec 31 2018, which is correct. The only way I am able to stop it from applying the credit is to answer yes to the Diplomat Question. Does anyone have a workaround fro this issue? When you press the ? Button: For the purpose of the CAI supplement for residents of small and rural communities, you must have resided outside of a census metropolitan area (CMA) on December 31, 2018, as defined by Statistics Canada in the last census they published before 2018. Therefore, you cannot claim the supplement for residents of small and rural communities if your principal place of residence was located in one of the following: New Brunswick CMAs: Moncton, or Saint John Ontario CMAs: Barrie, Belleville, Brantford, Greater Sudbury, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener-CambridgeWaterloo, London, Oshawa, the Ontario part of Ottawa-Gatineau, Peterborough, St. Catharines-Niagara, Thunder Bay, Toronto, or Windsor. Manitoba CMA: Winnipeg. Saskatchewan CMAs: Saskatoon or Regina.
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