I was reassessed and my RRSP limit for 2017 went up from the original allowance. I transferred my 2016 return. How do I update the RRSP limit to reflect the change?

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Here is how you can change the RRSP deduction limit in TurboTax:

If your RRSP deduction amount on your Notice of Assessment does not match what TurboTax transferred from your prior year return, you need to update the amount in your current year return to match the amount on your NOA.

 

To jump directly to the RRSP deduction limit step:

  1. Select Find in the upper-right hand corner.
  2. In the Find window, type RRSP Profile.
  3. Select RRSP Profile from the list and then select Go.
  4. On the RRSP Profile step, select Continue to reach the RRSP deduction limit step.

 

* If you don’t see the Find button, you may not have completed the Setting Up/Introduction step of your return. Continue through the Setting Up/Introduction step until the Find button appears.


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