I put foreign tax credits in but H&R Block said it's done wrong on Turbo Tax. I got a US Fed & state refund and she says I have to put this in somewhere. Help...?

I don't know where this rule is in Canada Revenue guidelines.  Can someone show me where it is.  Turbo tax only told me to put what taxes were taken out .. turbo tax said nothing about refunds that I got back from Federal and State returns and there isn't anywhere I can put them.   I have extra taken out so I have a savings so I can pay off bills yearly and get tires for cars and payoff credit cards etc.  So now where do I put the information about my federal and state refunds.  I hope someone can tell me ... however H&R block is doing my 2013 return (filing late).  I hope this doesn't mean I have to pay even more to CRA.  It is bad enough that I can't use my kids that still live with me (I can take a deduction for both of them in US as long as they live with me and they make less than 3800 a year).  Please advise asap.  Thank you.

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