My husband's total taxable income is showing as approximately $10,000 more than reported on all slips. i.e. T4A, T5, T4A (OAS) and T4A (P). Where have I gone wrong?

I have double checked all input but the total still taxable income keeps coming up much more than my input.  My total income is correct and since it is less than my husband's we income split his.

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In cases like this, the cause is almost always a mistake in entering the amount into a slip. Check your T4A and T4A(P) Slips to see if an identical amount has been entered on both slips. Also check the T4A(OAS) to ensure the amounts are correct, and not a doubled entry from another slip.

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