results from BusAuto expences not tranfered to T2125

Why results from BusAuto form is not tranfered toT2125 form line 9281
At busauto form
% is set at 100%
own by Businnes is set at yes
but at allocation of businnes i get a message Businnes not found and not able to ender dates from to
how can i correct the problem???? with out overwrite

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First i assume you are on the T2125#1.  When you go to the Motor Vehicle Expense be sure that T2125#1 shows up in the Allocation of Expenses.  Be sure that this is not a yellow box telling you there could be an issue.  Then be sure that % is 100 and that the fiscal period shows up in the boxes before the %.

Then be sure there are numbers in the expenses. You nust also be sure there are numbers in Box 1 and 2 so that it allocates a business and personal use portion. Be sure there are no yellow boxes anywhere on that form to indicate an issue.

This should work. I just did a test one and had no problems.
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