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marire24
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How do I delete business statements? business has been closed for many years & it still prints out all the 8 pages for the business all blanks

In profile I do not say I have a business yet when printing return all the business pages print - can I delete this it happens every year

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TurboTaxTerry
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How do I delete business statements? business has been closed for many years & it still prints out all the 8 pages for the business all blanks

In the Forms area of Turbo Tax Desk Top software you can search for the T2125. Then under the "Edit" menu > "Forms" > "Clear Current Form". Go back to Edit > Forms and "Close Unused Forms". This should remove the business from your tax return, provided there was no reason for it to remain.

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TurboTaxTerry
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How do I delete business statements? business has been closed for many years & it still prints out all the 8 pages for the business all blanks

In the Forms area of Turbo Tax Desk Top software you can search for the T2125. Then under the "Edit" menu > "Forms" > "Clear Current Form". Go back to Edit > Forms and "Close Unused Forms". This should remove the business from your tax return, provided there was no reason for it to remain.

wilson_lindsay_anne_TT
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How do I delete business statements? business has been closed for many years & it still prints out all the 8 pages for the business all blanks

I did what you recommended to this user but it doesn't allow me to remove the unused T1139B form.  It appears to have added it  I don't need any reconciliation form.  How do I exclude this form from the return?

 

It is taking 0 values from this form onto my NET Income for my business.  Incorrectly.  I don't want it to do this.

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