Unable to enter data in S125 form and it does not automatically populate. What am I missing?

S125 fields are blank (did not automatically populate). I am unable enter anything maually. Get an error 1250001, the corporation did not file S125.


Hello Mail,

I hope you had a great long weekend. There are a few gifis line items that are locked down and you can not enter amounts for. To learn more, please visit https://profile-en.community.intuit.ca/articles/1626051-why-certain-amounts-cannot-be-entered-in-som...

If this is not the case, see if the return is locked (by pressing File->properties on top). If the return is not locked and you still can not enter amounts in, then check if you can enter on other forms. If you can not enter on any forms, it may be a licensing/activation issue. Please confirm that the product is activated by pressing Help->manage licenses.

I hope this helps narrow down the issue. Please reach out if the issue persists. 

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