I am in BC and I am trying to file my 2018 taxes Getting Error 513 and everything looks good. So why am I getting this message?? I want to submit.

I have entered the tution and number of part time months on the Federal Slips input.  It is showing up correctly on Schedule 11 and BC S11.   When I look at the error report I go through each item and there is nothing wrong.    How do I fix this?

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I have the same issue. Called Revenue Canada and verified that I entered everything correctly but they checked that the there were nothing reported on box 5916 of Schedule BC (S11) when they reviewed the NETFILE I submitted while they saw a number on box 325 of Schedule 11 and that's why there was a mismatch. After I have confirmed with him that my PDF version of the tax return did have 5916 filled in, he advised me, either 1) create a completely new return to see if it works, or call TurboTax and get a refund and use the Revenue Canada online version. I think I will call TurboTax first...

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