T2 Schedule 4 Supp not showing the correct balance

I have tried to match the T2 Schedule 4 Supplementary schedule with CRA's records but it won't calculate the correct amount of loss to carry forward. Profile appears to calculate the totals from column 1 which are the balance forward amounts and use this value to populate form S4.  I have tried to manually input the correct amounts but it doesn't seem to work properly.  What am I doing wrong?


Hello Doug,

Happy Friday!

I tried on my end and it is working for me. See attached screenshot. I have prior non capital losses of $60, this year i had $50 income on S125 which leaves me with $10 noncapital losses for carry forward. 

I would see if there is any income already entered on the return. Also, I recommend to review the auditor to see if there are any overrides on forms like s4, s4supp and others. 

Please feel free to reach out here with additional details or call in at 1-800-452-9970

Thank you

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