Software is giving me warning saying my wife didn't enter her UCCB (when she did) and then a error saying she can't designate it to a dependant because she is married.

I am doing the return for myself and my wife together. I entered the $1200 in UCCB for her as per her RC62 form. However, the software gives first a warning saying she didn't enter anything even though she did and then the software goes on to give me an error saying she designate the UCCB to a dependant because she was married! Sounds like a bug in the software. How do I fix this?


It looks like you are entering the UCCB against one of your dependant children. This isn't allowed unless you are a single parent.
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