Why is the unreported amount on a T4 allowance on the T2200 not carrying through to line 15 on the T777? what is the trick? Thanks.

The amount of the allowance exceeds the expenses. The only way I can get it on line 15 of the T777 is to override. I don't override unless I really have no choice. This information SHOULD transfer from the T2200. Yes?


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The information entered on the T2200 does not flow to the T777 in ProFile - in fact, it doesn't flow anywhere, as it is a form to be printed and filled by the employer, sort of like the T2201.

For you to populate line 15 on the T777, please go to the T777Auto and enter the applicable amounts in the Reimbursements field(s) under the Calculation of allowable motor vehicle expenses.


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