My wife and I have (2) T2125 business' with goods involved. However when I create our joint return it does NOT copy over the T2125 to her?

T2125 info on my return shows fine at 50% ownership for both, however these do not auto fill or populate (or even show for that matter) on her return?   I'm hoping I don't have to manually enter everything for these under BOTH returns?    I created our return as a joint return too.

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The easiest way to transfer is by using the Forms view. Make sure you have the first person's T2125 prepared, showing 50% ownership, or whatever amount is applicable

Press Ctrl+R to open the Forms view. Then click the Forms icon on the toolbar. Search for the T2125 in the Forms Lookup window that pops up. Click the version you need.

Once that form is open, click the Edit drop down menu at the top of the screen, then select Forms --> Copy/Transfer Forms.

You will be asked if you want to make a copy of the data, or do you want to transfer it, choose  COPY. This will create a matching T2125 on your spouse's return..
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