When I attempt to record selling a principal residence for an individual and his spouse ProFile creates 2 properties instead of one, creating several errors.

After I check box 1 on Schedule 3 and proceed to complete the S3 Principal residence detail, 2 properties with the same address appear on the S3 Schedule.  There is only one property being sold.


On the information page answer 'YES" I sold a principal residence on both spouses. Put the information for the Schedule 3 on one spouse only with 50% ownership. On the bottom of Both Schedule 3s click the #1 option if the property was their principal residence for the entire time. ( If you click on option 2 or 3 then you will have to do further calculations to figure out what part of the proceeds are exempt). The information you enter regarding the house will split 50/50 accordingly. If option 1 ( bottom of S3) applies for your clients, you will end up with info in the last section of S3 and the 1st page of the T2091.     

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