Single Mom with 2 chilkdren. Claiming one as Equivialnt to spouse and other child at 2191. However, Equivialnt to Spouse is fine but then 2 children appear as 2191 each! Do you over ride to just claim one child at 2191????
Line 366 and 367 claim is based on age and linked to the Family care giver amount on line 315 not to the Eligible dependent claim. Claiming one child as an eligible dependent on Line 305 will not disqualify that child from the credit of $2191. CRA guide page 35 and 36 has a very good and detailed explanation for Schedule 1 lines 366 and 367: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/5000-g/5000g-12e.pdf
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