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  1. I need help with carryback/carryforward of capital losses with Ufile for Windows. From my 2019 assessment I have $250 of net capital losses available. In 2019, I reported $5000 of net capital gains. I forgot to use the $250 of net capital losses when reporting my 2019 income tax In 2020, I sold some shares and recorded a net capital loss of $6000. I would like to carry back a net capital loss of $5000 to my 2019 income tax. By my calculations I should be able to carry back $5000 of net capital losses to 2019. The remainder ($1000 + $250) should carryforward to 2021. How do I go about doing this on Ufile for Windows 2020. Where do I enter the $250 in Ufile for Windows? I would appreciate any help that can be offered.
  2. I was issued a T5008 form for shares I sold. Some were losses. There are two seperate T5008 forms on UFile. One is for "investment income" and the other is for "capital gains/losses." Both forms are completely identical so I am unsure whether to fill out both or just the "investment income" form. Does anyone have any advice on this matter? Thanks in advance. This is a copied question from dariantax which i couldn't have asked better myself. Help is appreciated
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