If I worked for more than one company how do I seperate the expenses for vehicle and Other Employment Expenses


If you have answered all interview questions accurately... the amounts you input should go to the proper locations. If you were self-employed figures should go to Form T2125 Business & Prof Fees.  If you were employed and got a T4 the figures should go onto Form T777 Employment Expenses. WHAT VERSION OF TT ARE YOU USING?  If you are using a disk version, you can go to Forms Method and pull up either one of these forms.  You can also go to CRA website and pull up either one of those forms at:  www.cra.gc.ca  Or try these links:
EMPLOYMENT EXPENSES: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/t777/README.html
SELF-EMPLOYED T2125:  http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/t2125/README.html
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