I can't figure out why I keep getting prompted to enter information on schedule 9/23. There aren't any other corporations connected to mine. Did I answer something incorrectly in the set up? If so, I can't figure out what

My return is complete but I am unable to file because of this error.


On the T2, below the first page is a section called attachments.

The first 3 questions ask about related and associated companies; the first two of which directly refer to schedules 9 and 23.

I suspect it is possible (but unlikely) that if you list "companies" on schedule 50 then the program might be able to figure out if companies are related/associated and therefore require you to complete schedules 9 & 23 (but this is a guess, it's what I would do if I wrote this software).

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