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The Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCB), replaced the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) in tax year 2017. The new Canada Child Benefit is a non-taxable benefit. You will not receive a slip for this income and do not need to enter the benefit amount you ... read more
Select the image of the magnifying glass (or Find) in the upper-right area of TurboTax. Enter “t-slips” in the Find window. Select T-Slips from the list of results, and then select Go. The Income Slips step (or Entering your federal T-slips step) app... read more
In most cases, a Relevé 27 is issued for information purposes only; You don't enter it your tax return. There are a couple of exceptions: If you're the owner of a taxi permit and received a Relevé 27 for compensation for the permit's loss of value, y... read more
When you have slips of the same type, each slip is entered into TurboTax individually. As an example, here's how you'd enter 2 T4 slips: In the upper-right corner of your screen, select Find*. In the Find window, type T4 and select Go. Select the but... read more
On your T5008 slip, a capital loss occurs if the amount in box 20 is greater than the amount in box 21, (signaling the cost or book value associated with the securities transaction is greater than the proceeds of disposition or settlement amount). If... read more
The Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCB), replaced the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) in tax year 2017. The new Canada Child Benefit is a non-taxable benefit. You will not receive a slip for this income and do not need to enter the benefit amount you ... read more
When you live outside of Québec but your employer has issued you an RL-1 slip because you work in Québec, there are some specific steps you need to follow to enter your Québec amounts in your return correctly. Here’s what you do: In online editions o... read more
Unfortunately, not all employers issue their employees matching federal (T4) and Québec provincial (RL-1) tax slips. Entering this information into your return could vary depending on which slips you have, and how many there may be. Here are a few gu... read more
If you're using TurboTax Free and you're not sure which T-slips, tax credits and deductions apply to you, the following suggestions might help get your started. Select the profile that best matches your tax situation, or refer to multiple profiles if... read more
If you are working on an uncoupled return and you want to leave it to start a spousal (coupled) return, follow these steps: From the menu on the left side of the screen, select INTRODUCTION > Marital status. The What’s you marital status? page appear... read more
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