how to claim worked oversea credit

I do not see T626, and can not fill oversea tax credit? Can you tell me how to get that form show up in online return?

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Click 'Help' in TurboTax Online and enter T626 to pull up the following:

Report all income in the Income section of the Interview. Be sure to enter the amounts from box 72 (Section 122.3 income) and box 73 (Days outside Canada) of your T4 slip.

Claim the overseas employment tax credit in the Deductions section of the interview.

To enter this information, you must first answer some questions in the Personal Tax Profile at the beginning of the interview.

Click Take Me There to go there now.

  1. On the first Personal Tax Profile screen, answer Yes to the question "did you work in 2014?"
  2. Select I was employed.
  3. Select T4.
  4. Select I worked overseas for six consecutive months or more of the year.

    You'll enter your T-slip information in the Income section of the interview.

  5. Proceed through the interview and complete the Working Overseas screens in the Deductions section.

Your employer is required to complete Part A of Form T626, Overseas Employment Tax Credit.

Note: You cannot file your return electronically when you claim the OETC.
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