T2125 has been entered for husband, but is also linking to wife's return and efile not possible. How to fix this please?


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 There are two (possible) causes for this to happen: 

1. there is a % shared between spouses (you can check that on the bottom of the page, Part 8 of the form

2. the T2125 is on the husband forms, but the details are on the wife's - such as T2125CCA, etc. 

You can go to F4 (Form Explorer), click on Used (left pane), and see which forms each spouse has. In the event of the forms being on the wrong spouse, you will need to delete them and recreate them under the right spouse.



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