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tonytal
Level 2

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

I moved from Quebec to Ontario, but worked in Ontario for the whole year which means I only have a T4 and all goes well until I try to enter my T4A. Along with my T4A I received a Relevé 2 (RL-2) since when a lump-sum from my pension plan needed to be paid out I still lived in Qc. Which means taxes were deducted both federally and provincially (hence the RL-2).

 

So here's the question: I can enter the T4A easily, but where do I enter the RL-2, or at least the info from it? I can't seem to have access to the RL-2 input form since my residency is in On (when I switch it to Qc. the form is right there, but it makes me file in Qc). I need to somewhere put that some taxes were deducted by Revenu Qc, do I do it separately or just add all the Qc (box J) and Fed (box 22) and put it in box 22 of my T4A?

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TurboTaxLise
Moderator

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

The online method is done as follows:

 

Because all you need to do is capture and report the QC tax paid, here's what you will do: 


First, use the option for "l worked in QC" 

2nd: create a new T4 for with box 10 set to QC and enter the amount paid on the RL-2 as tax paid in the box E appearing at the bottom on the T4 with nothing else on the T4. Hence, nothing is reporting as a T4 to CRA: 

By doing this, the QC tax will be reported and the rest of the entries are accurate. 

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TurboTaxLise
Moderator

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

@tonytal - In previous posts, you had indicated you were using the downloaded software: Please go to FormsView, as you are using the downloaded version of the software.

 

  • From EasyStep - look top right corner in the blue area - Click on "Forms" - from there look at the bottom of your screen - you will see your name, Forms & Tslips - click on Tslips - from there you will see Federal Slips - Receipts - Quebec Slips. Click on Quebec slips, and you will have the option to enter your Relevé 2 there.
  • To go back to EasyStep - top of screen blue area you will see - New-Open-Save & Easy Step, click on it to bring you back to EasyStep.
tonytal
Level 2

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

Hi  @TurboTaxLise 

 

Thanks for your answer, I am actually using the free online version. Would you be able to provide the steps for the free online version?

 

Thanks in advance!

TurboTaxLise
Moderator

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

The online method is done as follows:

 

Because all you need to do is capture and report the QC tax paid, here's what you will do: 


First, use the option for "l worked in QC" 

2nd: create a new T4 for with box 10 set to QC and enter the amount paid on the RL-2 as tax paid in the box E appearing at the bottom on the T4 with nothing else on the T4. Hence, nothing is reporting as a T4 to CRA: 

By doing this, the QC tax will be reported and the rest of the entries are accurate. 

tonytal
Level 2

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

@TurboTaxLise  THANK YOU!

TurboTaxLise
Moderator

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

You are most welcome! 🙂

SpencerEkman
Returning Member

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

 

This is an error that I receive when I do this: 

There was no option for doing this process for the T4A, so I put it in a T4 as shown. Is this correct?

Should it be a new T4 or a T4 that I have already submitted? 

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TurboTaxHeba
Intuit Alumni

Entering Releve 2 (RL-2) with matching T4A NOT living in QC

I was able to duplicate your situation with no error found.

To prevent sharing your private information in this public forum, please contact the support team:

https://support.turbotax.intuit.ca/contact/

 

I hope this was helpful

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