CCAClaim Worksheet

Updated: 2023-03-22

The CCAClaim worksheet contains options for claiming CCA for the related income statement, such as the claim order or settings for specialized classes or measures (like Immediate Expensing).

CCA Claim Order

To change the claim order for CCA from different classes:

  1. On the CCA worksheet, answer Yes to the Claim a different amount? question and enter a different amount, such as $5,000.
    Screen Capture: Do you wish to claim a different amount?
  2. Go to the CCAClaim worksheet and choose the order in which to claim the CCA.
  3. Choose whether to include buildings in these claims.
  4. At the bottom of the worksheet, the CCA claimed switches between classes as you change the claim order, while the Total CCA Claim remains at the different amount.
    Screen Capture: T2125CCAClaim

Immediate Expensing Incentive

TaxCycle offers two ways of calculating the immediate expensing incentive, depending on how you answer the following questions on the CCA Claim worksheet. You can choose to:

  1. Manually allocate the immediate expensing limit to each DIEP.
  2. Manually allocate the income earned from the business or property in which DIEP is used.

Screen Capture: Immediate Expensing Questions on CCA Claim Worksheet

The default for both questions in TaxCycle T1 2022 is Yes, manually allocate the immediate expensing limit and the income earned whether you create a new file or open an existing file. This protects the calculations and CCA claims during the middle of personal tax filing season.

To activate the automatic calculation, answer No to these two questions. You must do this on each income statement in the file. TaxCycle will automatically calculate the immediate expensing claim as you enter capital asset additions on the Asset Manager or the CCA worksheet. TaxCycle will remind you to do this in a review message and you can use the Quick Fix solution to automate the claim.

Screen Capture: Immediate Expensing Review Message

In the 2023 T1 module, we will set the default to No for these questions, similar to the implementation in T2/T5013.