How to remove unused RRSP contributions that were withdrawn with a T1-OVP?

Last year my wife had no income and a $0 limit on RRSP contributions, but contributed anyway. (We messed up the paperwork opening a spousal RRSP and made her the contributor instead of the annuitant...) So, the amount she contributed was over her RRSP contribution limit and was also listed as an unusued contribution since she had no taxes owing. We withdrew the contribution and filed a T1-OVP to correct the overpayment.

TurboTax is still listing the "unused contribution" carried forward from last year. This is triggering the warning: "Confirm your unused RRSP/PRPP contribution amount corresponds to amount B of your 2014 RRSP/PRPP Deduction Limit Statement, found on your CRA 2013 Notice of Assessment form." (Amount B is $0, and since the entire unused contribution was withdrawn, the unused contribution should now be $0 as well.) How can I delete the unused contribution that was carried forward?


That's because TurboTax does an estimate of what your unused portion is. You can go in and adjust to what your notice of assessment has listed. Hope this helps!

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