Expenses Exceed Commission Income Warning

I found this solution on the FAQ but for the life of me I cannot find this box!!!  Getting very frustrated.  I have both salary and commission but TT restricting expenses to commission income only.  I found a solution but cannot execute it.


If you wish to claim the expenses in this manner: On the Other Employment Expenses screen, choose NO to the question "Do you want to Limit expenses to your commission income (if Applicable)?

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On the Personal Tax Profile, on Page 1, Check the following boxes to add the Employment Expenses screen to the interview:
  • Check the box for 'I was employed'
  • Check Yes to the question Did you have expenses related to your employment.
  • Check the Type of Employment expense box as applicable to your situation. Be sure to check 'I had Employment expenses', if you need to claim expenses on the T777.
  • Once selected, you can click Continue until you reach the Employment Expense Profile screen
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