Disability amount $7,766 has been transferred to the parent, but it still shows on schedule 1 of the adult child. I thought it would be $nil on the adult child's return

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On the disabled dependent's return, S1, Line 316 will show the disability amount because they are the ones who are claiming the amount, regardless of the fact that they are not using it and it's being transferred. On the return the disability amount is transferring to, it will show up on S1, Line 318.

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