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jadmcleish
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In the Income Summary the total Pension Income for my spouse and myself is far greater than the totals of our t4oas, t4p, t4a, and t4rif. Should that be so?

 
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TurboTaxJennifer
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In the Income Summary the total Pension Income for my spouse and myself is far greater than the totals of our t4oas, t4p, t4a, and t4rif. Should that be so?

Have a quick look at your entries to ensure each box number matches your slips. A simple mistake like putting income into a box for tax paid may be responsible for the higher than expected numbers.

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TurboTaxJennifer
Moderator

In the Income Summary the total Pension Income for my spouse and myself is far greater than the totals of our t4oas, t4p, t4a, and t4rif. Should that be so?

Have a quick look at your entries to ensure each box number matches your slips. A simple mistake like putting income into a box for tax paid may be responsible for the higher than expected numbers.

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cathy4312
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In the Income Summary the total Pension Income for my spouse and myself is far greater than the totals of our t4oas, t4p, t4a, and t4rif. Should that be so?

under total income for both myself, Catherine  Sin [removed] and my spouse William Sin [removed] is much higher than what we receive. I receive 15,574.32 and William receives 18,846.24. You are reporting 20,286.02 for me and 22, 300.00 for him. How can this be fixed.

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