My husband applied for the disability Tax Credit this year, he has not received the credit yet but it has been processed.Where does he apply for it for on his 2014 return


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If you are using the Forms view you would enter the Disability amount of $7766 on line 316 of his Schedule 1.
If you are using East Step method of preparation, identify that he has a registered Diisability in the Profile questions. You should be prompted to provide an input when you reach the Deductions step. Otherwise go directly to Deductions tab and select from the menu.

Note that unused amounts of this credit can be transferred to the spouses Schedule 1 on line 318. If you are preparing returns jointly, Turbotax should work this out for you. Otherwise you will need to identify any unused amount on his return, then complete your Schedule 2 and the worksheet in order to transfer the unused credit to your line 318.
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