Child Tax Benefit is with my form but I want it to my spouse

In past years child tax credit has been paid to my spouse and I want that to be done this year too

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The amount shown by TurboTax for the Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) is merely an estimate of the amounts you are entitled to (or would be if you were the parent receiving the CCTB), based on the information you have provided. Any change to that is not part of your income tax return, and has to be requested directly from the CCTB.

If your spouse has been receiving the CCTB, and has not requested any change, he or she will continue to receive it, and should get a notice with the exact amounts some time in June or July. (Note that your spouse does have to file an income tax return to receive the CCTB.)

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