Remove percentage of partnership If you were a sole owner for rental property. Neither fixed nor skip to Netfile. Missed deadline yet no resolution. Any clues?

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Depending on what version of the software you are using, you can go in under the Income tab > Rental Properties, from there you will be able to remove the % of ownership previously applied.  If you are using the downloaded version you will find in the same place in Easy Step, but in FormView, you will open the T776 form to change it from there.

If you have checked these entries and it is still giving you errors, please contact our support team, as they will be able to view your screen. Answer the questions, so it guides you towards the right team.  Apply the drop downs and you will get a phone number specified to your question (ie - support, care):

Please Note: You are on the Canadian side of TurboTax, yet your country shows as US, if you need to contact the US team here is the link to assist you: https://ttlc.intuit.com/

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