How do I claim business in home expenses (T2125) for two address?I moved during 2014.

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I have the same problem.  The software doesn't seem to have an easy way to do this.  So I checked with a CPA friend about what would be acceptable to CRA.

He said CRA is less concerned about where you lived and for how long, than they are that you are claiming correct amount for both your residences.  Don't worry about addresses, just the figures.  Combine the two residences' totals and input that.  

This is how I did it:

1.)  Add your utilities together and input the totals into the designated spaces in the form T2125.

2.)  Add up the total area for both residences and input on next page where it says,

           "Total area or rooms in the home".

3.)  Add up total area used in both residences.  Divide area used by total area and input answer into where it says,

           "Area, (m²or ft²) or number of rooms, of the workspace".

Keep a worksheet of your figures for your records.  

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