which turbotax do i need to make sure my home office expenses are captured. I am employed but use space in my home for my company and have a T2200 form completed


The Self-Employment version of the software would be best in this scenario. Expert guidance on reporting self-employment income and expenses, including businesses on the side and home-based businesses. As well as any T4s you may need to enter.

Once you have completed the Profile section of your return. The Self-Employment section under the Income tab which allows you to calculate in-home use for business as well as enter in allowable expenses provided on your T2200 from your employer. As for your T4, same section but under Tslips instead.

Here is the online version (one return at a time): https://turbotax.intuit.ca/personal-tax-software/self-employed-online.jsp

Download version (up to 12 returns): https://turbotax.intuit.ca/business-tax-software/home-business.jsp

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