I need some help with a RRIF rollover for a deceased person.

Father passed away in March 2014

A will was in place indicating mother as beneficiary but mother was not designated as beneficiary for RRIF.

RRIF was rolled over to mother's name in June 2014

T4RIF for $100 was received in father's name (not the name of the estate).  Box 18.

A Contribution receipt was received in mother's name for $99

How do I report this on father's final return and mother's return using Turbotax?

Issuer of T4RIF indicated that I should use a T1090 but I don't see that as an option on Turbotax? 

I'm confused and need help asap.  Thank you.

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