I didn't make my HBP minimum required repayment in 2014. No RRSP contributions made in 2014. I know this missed minimum repayment should then count as income, but . . .

. . . I've gone through the whole TurboTax questionnaire and it hasn't given me opportunity to show I missed the repayment. Where do I do that to make sure the return/refund is accurate?


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Click the "RRSP's" tab - "Home Buyers Plan" link. Enter the amounts remaining and the minimum repayment amounts. If you didn't make a repayment, leave the other fields (RRSP) with 0.00 in them. Click the continue button twice and you will be at the RRSP/PRPP Summary Screen. You will see an entry saying something like below::
2014 HBP and LLP repayment required but not made and included in income 317.00

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