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Line 22900 Other Employment Expenses


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Hi Marris, To do so, please follow the steps below:

1. On the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select "Interview setup".

2. On the right-hand of the screen, go to the "Employment and other benefits" group, check the box for "Employment expenses" and click "Next" at the bottom of the page.

3. Return to the "Left side menu on the Interview tab", select the "Employment expenses" and click on the plus "+" icon to the right of the appropriate line 

4. On the "Employment expenses" page, enter the relevant information such as expenses related to your job and any benefits that you received.

5. If you used your vehicle for certain job-related travels, complete the subdivision entitled "Motor vehicle expenses".

6. Complete the subsection entitled "Employment conditions" and, if you were a resident of Quebec, the second sub-section "Employment conditions - Quebec".

The program will generate the statement of employment expenses, the federal T777 and the T2200 on conditions of employment. 

In addition, the program will carry the amount on line 22900 of the federal return.

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Thankyou very much Nawal that is what I was looking for.  

I also found this new item:   after selecting Employment expenses;

I selected:  T777 Eligible employment expenses for an employee earning a salary .

There is a new line entry:   Have you teleworked due the Covid-19 crisis.

By selecting  Yes,      a new line should open to ask for more information.

I guess a new UFile update will include this new information.

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Hello - Thank you for the workflow on this. I just wanted to confirm the # that we should be entering into the box on ufile. 

The CRA form has you calculate "# days x $2 = result" and then says, enter the result *max $400) on line 22900 of your return. BUT in the UFile page (for flat rate method) it asks if you worked more than 50% at home (Yes), and then to enter the "total # of days worked at home". 

Do I enter the # of days, or the calculation of # days x $2??

Thanks!

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