Form T1032 does not auto-fill correctly

Line K should show the difference between lines H and J, with the lesser of that amount or $2000 being transferred to line 314.  Instead TurboTax shows $2000 on line K if the calculated amount is larger.  For some reason lines L, M and N are not filled in when viewed in the transferring spouse's return, but the numbers are populated in the receiving spouse's return.  Also, line N has the same problem with the $2000 cap in the receiving spouse's return as line K does in the transferring spouse's return.  Lines H, J and K are blank in the receiving spouse's return like lines L, M and N in the transferring spouse's return.  The same problem exists with lines 1, 2 and 3 at the bottom of the form - data is only filled in on the corresponding spouse's return; the other spouse's data is left blank.  Since this form already includes a check box to identify the transferring spouse, the contents should be the same when viewed in either return.  This will avoid any errors if the form is printed.  I just discovered these issues when preparing printed copies to support an adjustment request submitted on paper to CRA.


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