Will the CPP contributions be corrected for 2014? i.e. forwarded from Pre to Post via the bankrutpcy screen? It'd be nice not to have to over-write every one.

Typically, when filing Pre and Post Tax returns, preparers have had to over-write the amount on the Schedule 1 to reflect the correct amount that should be claimed for CPP contributions.  The T2204 is correct - it just doesn't carry to the S1.  Rather then having to check each return and over-write (I forgot to do that to some returns resulting in bigger balance owings because of it), it'd be nice if the correct amount would automatically record on the S1 of the Post TAx Return.  

I spoke to someone last year and they said it would be rectified, but it never has been.

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Hello, we intend to fix this in a future release; though we have no set date yet.

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