A portion of my income was not taxed/not on T4. Where do I input the amount?

The company that hired me was paying me rather informally in non taxed cheques for a portion of the time I was there. I have a T4 slip from them from when they started taxing me though.

I calculated the non taxed income by subtracting the T4 income from the total I earned in the time I worked for them.  

Total Income from Company X= 14000
Income on T4 from Company X= 8000
xxxxx-xxxx= 6000

Therefore income NOT on T4= 6000

I have 2 other T4s from other companies included, but when I put this $6000 in Line 104 I go from being owed 900 to owing 1200 in the summary. Does that sound correct? Am I putting this extra income in the right place?


That sounds quite expected, since your $6000 reported as Other Income has apparently not had any tax deducted at source by the employer.
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