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h1e2r3b
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

 
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TurboTax-Esther
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

You likely have a T4A with either box 118 or 119 or both filled in. These are medical insurance premiums and life insurance premiums and will always show as working income. 

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TurboTax-Esther
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

Are you retired?
h1e2r3b
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

Yes
h1e2r3b
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

More explanation. I did not enter any earned income yet the summary shows what I quoted above. I'd like to see where that came from. How do I do that?
TurboTax-Esther
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

You likely have a T4A with either box 118 or 119 or both filled in. These are medical insurance premiums and life insurance premiums and will always show as working income. 

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George194511
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

There is not the case. All my T4s were downloaded from CRA and I verified the forms. There are no other data inserted except pension and tax values

TurboTaxHeba
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How do I find where this came from? Net employment earnings $801.00 ?

Net employment income reports the total income on lines 10100 and 10400. You can check your entry in these two lines as follows:

 

If you are using TurboTax Desktop, switch to Forms view on the top bar. Open your T1-General and check lines 10100 and 10400. You can double click on the amount to check the slips entered.

 

If you are using TurboTax online. Go to Detailed Tax SUmmary from the left-side menu under your refund amount or balance due. Click on the net employment income line 10100 or other employment income line 10400 and a pop-up window will direct where to add or check these entries.

 

Other employment income can include:

Received tips, gratuities, occasional earnings, or other employment income

Wage-loss replacement plan

Claimed a GST rebate in the tax year 2019. Do not confuse this with the GST credit. You must include the rebate amount as income in the tax year 2020.

Reported income one Boxes 118 or 119 on a T4A. Deferred stock option benefit

 

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