I am getting a warning saying that I entered an amount from my RL-1 boxA but didn't enter it in box E or box G.

 Here is the full warning:  You entered the amount from your RL-1, box A (Employment income) but did not enter amounts from box E (Tax withheld at source) or box G (QPP pensionable earnings). Verify that you entered all amounts from your relevé slips.

I have double checked, I have no info written in box E but there is something in box G and it is entered into the system already.  Why is it telling me that there is nothing there? is the program broken?


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It's uncommon to have employment income and not also have an amount in E and/or G so the program is warning you to double check your entries. If you've confirmed that what you entered matches your slip, ignore the warning and you should be able to proceed.

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