I cannot find where the T-5 entries in Converted USD to Canadian dollars are. The T-5 entries for Canadian items are entered apparently correctly

I cannot find where the T-5 entries in Converted UD to Canadian dollars are; however the entries for Canadian seem to be entered  correctly  in the gross-up amounts. There does not appear that  I can go on in the task of preparing the Income Tax return


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Per Turbo Tax Help, ".....However, if the amount is in a foreign currency (i.e. there is a currency code such as USD or GBP associated with the amount), convert it to Canadian dollars before you enter it (T5)".  The average US rate per bank of Canada for 2014 is 0.999580. 

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