what is my amt for line 120 for 2014 return

needed to register for cra online


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Line 120 of the federal return is the taxable amount of dividends from Canadian corporations.

If CRA is asking for an amount for verification purposes to allow you to create your online account with them, it is always an amount from a return that has already been processed. If you have already filed the 2014 return, you should be able to print  or save a pdf copy from your TurboTax Online account, where you will be able to see the amounts on each line. (If you have not yet filed this year, the information they are asking for has to be for a previous year.)

Double-check the line number and tax year they are requesting the information for, as well as whether they are asking for the amount you reported or the amount on a notice of assessment, if different.

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