I am not eligible for Clergy residence deduction. How can I remove Clergy residence deduction?

I was employed in 2014 and and also part time student and I just have T4 but I don't know why Turbotax keep asking me to fill out Clergy residence deduction. I am not a priest or any kind of religious leader. Please let me know how I can fix it.


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You would have had to claim this on your tax return and now you need to remove that claim. You cannot just uncheck a box on a Profile page to remove the credit. you have to go back thru the income section & say you have employment expenses, then say you have clergy residence deduction to claim. Then on the screens where it asks you about the deduction is where you will delete the information that you have entered.

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