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How to fix T1135 error "You must ensure that you have entered information in either Part A or Part B, as applicable." when Part B is already filled in?

My wife has a property over $250,000 from which she receives rental income. I entered this income as Foreign in T-Slips and completed the T1135 where I included the property in Part B with its value and the income.

But at the review stage, there is an error, and clicking Fix just says I need to fill in Part A or Part B as applicable. On the form, I can see that the option to use Part B is ticked, and Part B is filled in for the relevant section, but I can't make the error go away.

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How to fix T1135 error "You must ensure that you have entered information in either Part A or Part B, as applicable." when Part B is already filled in?

I had the same problem. I called Intuit support and after a lot of back-and-forth they suggested to enter 1 instead of zero in the income and gain columns. They also refused to send me an email with this "advice" so I would have a record of it -- they just sent a link to the CRA explanation for T1135.

After about an hour they dropped the line on me and closed the case.

The problem is (almost certainly) a mistake in the program. It clears out all zero amounts, and then treats these two empty amounts as an error.

If you enter even 0.01 it will stop complaining.

Really incompetent programmers!

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How to fix T1135 error "You must ensure that you have entered information in either Part A or Part B, as applicable." when Part B is already filled in?

I had the same problem. I called Intuit support and after a lot of back-and-forth they suggested to enter 1 instead of zero in the income and gain columns. They also refused to send me an email with this "advice" so I would have a record of it -- they just sent a link to the CRA explanation for T1135.

After about an hour they dropped the line on me and closed the case.

The problem is (almost certainly) a mistake in the program. It clears out all zero amounts, and then treats these two empty amounts as an error.

If you enter even 0.01 it will stop complaining.

Really incompetent programmers!