topic Help with Error 2287. in Troubleshooting https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/help-with-error-2287/01/935021#M4542 <P></P><P>Help with Error 2287. This has to do with the split-pension amount (specifically Form T1032). The error is saying either of one of these 2 scenarios is happening:</P><P>1)that the amount on line 6802 is greater than line 115, line 129 minus line 5344, line 5508 and line 5511. For some reason, I can't find lines 5344, 5508 and 5511. But I'm pretty sure it's false anyway.&nbsp;</P><P>2) The entry on line 210 is greater than the maximum split-pension amount (line D of Form T1032) or there are no corresponding entries made on any of the lines of Form T1032, Joint Election to Split Pension Income. Line D has to do with if there was a change in marital status in the year, which there wasn't, so that line is $0. So of course line 210 is a higher amount.&nbsp;</P><P>I'm just confused at this point and any help is appreciated. I think there may be an error in Turbotax on this one...</P><P></P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 05:22:57 GMT ajmaskens 2019-10-31T05:22:57Z Help with Error 2287. https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/help-with-error-2287/01/935021#M4542 <P></P><P>Help with Error 2287. This has to do with the split-pension amount (specifically Form T1032). The error is saying either of one of these 2 scenarios is happening:</P><P>1)that the amount on line 6802 is greater than line 115, line 129 minus line 5344, line 5508 and line 5511. For some reason, I can't find lines 5344, 5508 and 5511. But I'm pretty sure it's false anyway.&nbsp;</P><P>2) The entry on line 210 is greater than the maximum split-pension amount (line D of Form T1032) or there are no corresponding entries made on any of the lines of Form T1032, Joint Election to Split Pension Income. Line D has to do with if there was a change in marital status in the year, which there wasn't, so that line is $0. So of course line 210 is a higher amount.&nbsp;</P><P>I'm just confused at this point and any help is appreciated. I think there may be an error in Turbotax on this one...</P><P></P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 05:22:57 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/help-with-error-2287/01/935021#M4542 ajmaskens 2019-10-31T05:22:57Z The easiest way to clear the error is to open the pension... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/the-easiest-way-to-clear-the-error-is-to-open-the-pension/01/935022#M4543 <P>The easiest way to clear the error is to open the pension splitting optimizer. Only the proper amounts will be applied if you use a figure that's listed as an eligible split amount from the optimizer.</P><P>If you're using the Forms method, click the Tools option near the top of your screen and from the optimizer choices, pick the pension splitting optimizer.</P><P>If you're using the Easy Step method, use the Find button in the upper right to search/select Split Pension to open the optimizer.</P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 05:22:59 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/the-easiest-way-to-clear-the-error-is-to-open-the-pension/01/935022#M4543 TurboTaxJennifer 2019-10-31T05:22:59Z That's exactly what I did and it still didn't work. I wen... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/that-s-exactly-what-i-did-and-it-still-didn-t-work-i-wen/01/935023#M4544 That's exactly what I did and it still didn't work. I went ahead and closed Turbotax and then re-opened it, and that seemed to clear it. Thu, 31 Oct 2019 05:23:00 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/troubleshooting/discussion/that-s-exactly-what-i-did-and-it-still-didn-t-work-i-wen/01/935023#M4544 ajmaskens 2019-10-31T05:23:00Z
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<P>The easiest way to clear the error is to open the pension splitting optimizer. Only the proper amounts will be applied if you use a figure that's listed as an eligible split amount from the optimizer.</P><P>If you're using the Forms method, click the Tools option near the top of your screen and from the optimizer choices, pick the pension splitting optimizer.</P><P>If you're using the Easy Step method, use the Find button in the upper right to search/select Split Pension to open the optimizer.</P>
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That's exactly what I did and it still didn't work. I went ahead and closed Turbotax and then re-opened it, and that seemed to clear it.
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