FredPM
Returning Member

Schedule A income from Canadian sources has the wrong value

I'm a non-resident.  For me Schedule A should be completed.  

If I open the Schedule A form, the "Enter the amount from line 23600 on your return" shows 0.00. 

The form does have the X to indicate I'm a non resident and It links to line 23600 of my return which has a value. 

 

Strangely, Schedule B, which has a similar line is calculated correctly.

 

I can use F2 to override the value but this is not how it is supposed to work.   There seems to be a bug in the logic of the field.

 

 Note my 2018 return from last year works correctly.

I'm using the installed product on Wondows 10.

TurboTaxNicola
Moderator

Troubleshooting

To have you schedule A correctly reflecting your residency status.

 

Step 1 In choosing your province please select Non Resident

 

Step 2 When entering your information select the correct residency as per screenshot attached.

 

 

FredPM
Returning Member

Troubleshooting

Thanks for the reply but I had already done it as you explained.  It states in all the right places I'm a non resident but the Schedule A amount is still 0.00.   

 

As an additional test, I created a new return without using the import this time.  I filled out the first info section, set to  non-resident, added one T5 and the problem is still there.

MarinaA
Level 1

Troubleshooting

I am having the exact same problem. Super frustrating. Because of the override with F2 TurboTax says I can't Netfile the return. If I don't do the override the T1 says there is  over $1000 owing in taxes on under $8000 of Canadian net income!

FredPM
Returning Member

Troubleshooting

I had to override the field again for my 2020 taxes.  They still have not fixed the problem.  I'm not hopeful this will be fixed next year either.