T2125 Form - husband and wife have separate businesses. Continue to get Efile Errors.

I have entered a T2125 #1 for husband with 100% ownership and zero % partnership for spouse and entered a T2125 #2 for wife with 100 % ownership and zero % partnership for spouse.

ProFile keeps linking wife to husbands business and I am getting an enormous amount of Efile errors.  How do I remove wife from husbands business???


I've been scratching my head looking for an answer for you before recommending you call Intuit Canada (there line is really busy now). I think you'll be fine doing what you said in your comment. Usually the problem might be connected with income sharing by inputting the spouse as a partner, because when you do this the first statement of business activities will be called T2125#1 and the partner/spouse created will be identical but numbered T2125#2 on the spouse's side for their share of the income. So if the spouse had an additional statement of business activities it would be number T2125#3 and this could create a problem... 

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