When you need to prepare a T1 or T3 return for a taxpayer who resides in one province but has income from another, use form T2203 Provincial and Territorial Taxes for Multiple Jurisdictions.
If the taxpayer is a resident of Alberta but requires a T1273 for an operation in British Columbia, where the province of main farmstead is in British Columbia, select the province of main farmstead on form T2203. This will allow you to enter date on form T1273/T1274 although the taxpayer is a resident of Alberta.
If a spouse or partner needs to report income for a farming operation where the main farmstead is in a different province than the principal taxpayer, uncouple the returns and calculate them separately.
If multiple jurisdiction income appears on a T5013 slip:
TaxCycle does not display Part 3 of the T2203 for calculating provincial and territorial non-refundable tax credits. Instead, TaxCycle contains additional worksheets and tables for those calculations: