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What is an NR-4 slip, and how do I enter it into TurboTax?

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An NR-4 slip is  issued by residents of Canada (and in some cases by non-residents), who have paid certain amounts to a Canadian non-resident.  The issuer of the slip is required to withhold tax from the payment to the non-resident, and to remit it to the Government. All eligible NR-4 income types can be found on the back of the NR-4 slip, and the type of income specific to an individual NR-4 slip is found in box 14 (on the front of the NR-4 itself).
 

As with most tax slips, the NR-4 shows the amount of income received, and the amount of tax withheld. The total of your income amounts from all of your NR-4s received for the year may will then need to be entered into the Statement of World Income in TurboTax.

 

 

 

More information about issuing NR-4 slips can be found here.

Related information:

Who is considered a non-resident of Canada?

 What is non-resident tax?

What are the Canadian tax obligations and entitlements for non-residents?

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