my business expenses(self-employment) that I input in form T2125 for federal deduction will be considered as the same as the expenses for quebec .

my business expenses(self-employment) that I input in form T2125 for federal deduction will be considered as the same as the expenses for quebec . Does the turbotax automatically use the data (expenses) for my quebec business deduction? If not, do I have to do it manually and input the expenses in T2125 into the form as below?


For Québec Residents
 The following fields can be different for your provincial tax return. Edit the fields below if you want to claim a different amount on your Quebec return.

Expenses related to an office in your home
Office in Home Expenses Carried Forward
Business statement
Specific expenses (related exclusively to the business-use portion of the home)
Expenses, specify:

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