I don't see Schedule 1-A anywhere within my 2014 TurboTax filing? What do I have to click on in order to access it?

Also, I see "0" on line 423 (Family Tax Credit).  I didn't see anywhere within Turbo Tax, asking or telling about the New Family Tax Credit.  What do I have to click-on in order to make sure Turbo Tax is calculating my numbers for the Family Tax Credit?  


If you meet the requirements 

You can claim the Family Tax Cut for a tax year when the requirements below are met.  The Deduction Summary Tab, if you qualified it will show the $ amount under the Federal Credit Section.

  • You were a resident of Canada on December 31 of the year (or on the date of death);
  • You have an eligible spouse or common-law partner for the year who has not claimed the Family Tax Cut;
  • You have a child who is under 18 at the end of the year who ordinarily lives throughout the year with you or your eligible spouse or common-law partner;
  • You were not confined to a prison or similar institution for a period of at least 90 days during the year;
  • Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner became bankrupt in the year;
  • Neither you nor your eligible spouse or common-law partner elected to split eligible pension income in the year; and
  • Both you and your eligible spouse or common-law partner file an income tax and benefit return for the year
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