Where do I enter the information from 1099-DIV for US mutual funds? (dividends and capital gains)

I received a 1099-DIV for US mutual funds. It has three fields filled: "1a Total Ordinary Dividends", "1b Qualified Dividends" (which is the same value as 1a), and "2a Total Capital Gain Distributions". Under Income>T-slips>Foreign Slips, Turbotax has a field labelled "Foreign capital gains or losses", which I assume is where I put the capital gain distributions from field 2a. Where do I put my foreign dividends?


You are correctly reporting your foreign capital gains/losses.

"Where do I put my foreign dividends?"  This is reported on line 121 of your tax return.

Line 121- CRA interest amounts, and some foreign interest income.

To review and confirm the source amounts for interest and other investment income not on a T-slip: 

  • In the upper-right corner of your screen, select Find.
  • In the Find window, type Interest on Bank Accounts.
  • Select Interest on Bank Accounts from the list, and select Go.
For more information from the CRA: Line 121 - Foreign interest and dividendshttps://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-re...
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