October 31, 2019 2:26 AM
Hi Kim, Thanks for the quick answer. It does clear up some of the confusion. Im not sure if we need to manually enter the Net Eligible Income on T1-M form (line 22). I checked my return and found out that as you mentioned the eligible income is indeed higher than the Moving expense. Looks like that's why it allows to deduct the moving expense. But after carefully analyzing the T1-M form, I noticed that the net eligible income in line 22 on T1-M is exceeding the moving expenses in spite of the fact that the self-employed income in lines 135 to 143 are blank (i.e. 0) on the T1 form. That's what leads me to think there is something wrong in the calculation.