Does GST370 calculate 15% HST (NS) correctly? Why is the CCA portion of the HST rebate showing up in the 13% column and being calculated at 13%?

On the GST370 the eligible expenses (excluding the CCA portion of the rebate)show up in column 3D (15% HST for NS) and are calculated at 15/115 at line 11.

However the CCA portion of the expenses show up in column 3B (13% HST) and a calculation of 13/113 of the amount is calculated at line 9. Is this a program error, or am I missing something? Why isn't the CCA amount still calculated at 15%?


I get an amount in column 3E in 2014

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