Partnership business number warning.


On the T2125 it asking for the "Partnership Business Number" .

I wonder why I have this warning and how I can fix it.

I don't want to override. I'm looking for the reason.




Hi Kazemebnoreze,

I hope all is well. I find that sometimes the preparers may use part of Part 6 (other amounts deductible from your share of net partnership income) which trigger the warning. Please review part 5 including the CCA section (assets owned by partner) and ensure nothing is there as well. 

If you need to enter Assets or auto, please use T2125asset/CCA or Bus auto instead of that CCA section.

Please let me know if that helps. If not, please dont hesitate to call in and we can further investigate what is causing it for you. thank you!

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