T4 with box 81 detail in the optional area

I have T4 that has figures in box 16, 18, 24 and 26 also box 81: Placement or employment agency workers. 

Please guide me how to enter them. If I put under T4 amounts in boxes 16 and 18 and in box 14 Zero then when I cast amounts in boxes 24 and 26 are become red. 


However amount in box 81 if I put in the T2125 form can I also claim expenses? If so what are those expenses might be and what percentage of income can be claimed?

Thank you for assistance. 

  

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They are red because there is no information in box 14, so just check them off to accept the figures and indicate it is correct.

The box 81 figure flows through as self employment income to the T2125 where applicable expenses can be claimed according to the type of business activity being conducted. Likely Motor Vehicle expenses, meals and entertainment, travel, cellular airtime, auto supplies, professional development, and CCA on computer equipment, and cell phone and such.

http://fr.dg.ca/media/109898/contractorfaqupdatejul07.pdf

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