Error from CRA that a claim was made at field 5365 of form T936 and the amount at field 176 is less fiedl 5334. There are no amount to be claimed

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Failed.  CRA: A claim was made at Field 5365 of Form T936 and: • There is an entry at Field 176 and the entry at Field 5334 is less than the entry at Field 176 of Schedule 3; or • There is an entry at Field 5334 and no entry at Field 176 of Schedule 3; or • The entry at Field 5365 is greater than the entry at Field 5334. OR There is an entry at Field 5334 and no entry Field 5365.

I have tried sign off but still doesn't work.  All the T3's with capital gains were transfered to the spouse for the client so no claim to be made.  What is the solution in order to efile the return?  Thanks


Helo Phyl,

Please check the entry on line 176 of schedule S3.  If this entry is less than one dollar then go to the T3 slip, remove the figure from box 21 - capital gains field (this number is most likely few cents) and the return will efile.

Hope this helps.

Thank you.
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