comparative numbers not showing

Over the past couple of years I have had an issue where on some of the income (2125, 2042, 1163) comparatives that some of the numbers for the prior years don't show up correctly. It has been frusterating but I have dealth with it.

All of a sudden this year I have some returns where the prior year numbers are not showing up on the 5 year comparision for any of the income lines but they are there for the non-refundable tax credits.

Short of someone going in and deleting the comparative numbers how would this happen?



The only other way I have seen that is if you didn't carryforward the data but instead opened a new return.

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