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Hi, I didn't check any tax credit claim but still it gives me 150 sales tax credit for no reason. I tried to edit it again and it doesn't work. How to fix it and claim 0?

It automatically gives me 150 tax credit in summary, but I did not check any of tax claims. How can I fix it? Thanks.
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Hi, I didn't check any tax credit claim but still it gives me 150 sales tax credit for no reason. I tried to edit it again and it doesn't work. How to fix it and claim 0?

If you are a resident of BC, as soon as you start your tax return, the BC Sales Tax Credit is automatically applied for both you and your spouse. 

Once you start adding your income slips, this credit may be reduced or eliminated entirely based on your combine income. Here's some more information from the BC Govt about this credit: https://bit.ly/2TpLsyf

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Hi, I didn't check any tax credit claim but still it gives me 150 sales tax credit for no reason. I tried to edit it again and it doesn't work. How to fix it and claim 0?

If you are a resident of BC, as soon as you start your tax return, the BC Sales Tax Credit is automatically applied for both you and your spouse. 

Once you start adding your income slips, this credit may be reduced or eliminated entirely based on your combine income. Here's some more information from the BC Govt about this credit: https://bit.ly/2TpLsyf

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