Days outside of Canada (73) If I traveled to Las Vegas for four days do I put that down I'm confused about that?

Just confused if I have to add anything extra onto my T4 Submissions. as I had two different jobs in 2014. Do I really need to put that I was in vegas for four days?
or am I just submitting all the information on the T4 and that's all?

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It's hard to get a sense of your particular situation (which is good, because this is a public forum) but the 'days in Canada' entries are usually around when you live and/or work outside of Canada during the tax year. Your trip to Vegas, if it was a vacation, does not need to be counted.

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