"Your Capital Cost Allowance (CCA) additions are incomplete. You must also enter the CCA class numbers" Clicked FIX. classes indicated for all entries. Suggestions?

When reviewing my return the error message above appeared. When I cloicked FIX it took me to the forms for CCA. I had a number of items which Turbo Tax automatically brought forward and calculated new amounts. They all had class numbers entered. There were also three new items which I've added this year. They also have class numbers entered. The error message continues to appear.


I had the same error - using the form T2125 P1 for self-employment income. In my case, I had made an addition of a new class of equipment in Area B of the CCA calculations, but because the other classes were carried forward , I missed putting that new class # in Area A. Any new class introduced in Areas B-E need a corresponding Class # in Area A as they are not automatically included. It seems straightforward now but when you're doing taxes at 2 am and you google this error, it's nice to find an answer. 

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