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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

If you don't claim a child under the age of 18, you don't qualify for the "Family" Tax Cut. CRA sets out all 9 points that you must meet to qualify.
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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

I do have a child under the age of 18 that I am claiming
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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

Once you set up the child in TurboTax then go to the Schedule1A form and click on the 2nd box beside the words "I confirm that all amounts have been correctly entered for my spouse".  Remember, the net tax amounts shown on your returns will not change. The only change you will see is the refund amounts will be higher ... or the amount owing will be lower.
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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

Perfect...I'll give that a try tomorrow.  Thank you
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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

I am clearly lost, I don't even know how to get to the Schedule 1A form but no amout is showing, so I don't think i've entered something..can someone help?
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Turbotax is not calculating the family tax cut

Are you filing a joint return? Unfortunately TurboTax seems to only calculate the Family Tax Credit consistently that way. See TonyC1's great response https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/questions/1043344-income-splitting-2014-tax-changes.
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