For MB 479 form line 22 it won't let me input any education property tax credit advance. How can I get my advance entered?

I have entered my information for primary residence but there was no line for the advance.


MB479 Line 22 is linked to the Homeowners entry table. Below the information entry section you will se a line labled "Education Property tax credit advance received (previously called RHTA)."

When there are entries in the fields - Property tax paid in 2013 and # months resident in 2013, the "Education Property tax credit advance received (previously called RHTA)." line will populate with the maximum allowable advance value for 2013. This amount then transfers to Line 22.

If this is not the correct amount received then override the amount to the correct value.

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