How to enter RRSP Contributions from January to February 2014

I am trying to fill out my 2014 Taxes and got to my RRSP contributions.  I can't seem to see how to enter RRSP contributions from January to February 2014.  I did not claim these contributions on my 2013 return because I thought I'd be able to claim them on 2014.  Do I need to send and amendment to CRA for my 2013 taxes to take advantage of the savings or can I actually claim these contributions for 2014 as I had planned?


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Yes you should request an adjustment to your 2013 return as this contribution should have been noted on that year's return.  You will have the option of claiming the deduction for 2013 (assuming you have the RRSP contribution room) or carrying the deduction forward to your 2014 return, again assuming it is within your deductible contribution limit.  In any case your 2013 return must be amended..  For info on how to proceed in this regard, please see  

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