working income tax benefit, My wife has income on line 104 and line 115 and line 120, do I only enter the information from line 104 as indicated? I'm unsure

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Your Schedule 6 (WITB) has 2 sections for income.  Part A is the Working Income (line 8 in Schedule 6) and Part B is the Adjusted family net income (line 15 in Schedule 6).  For Part A you only use income on line 101 and 104 as this is the "working income".  For Part B, this is the net income so you would use line 236 from your T1 (which includes everything reported in the Total Income section (line 150) as well as any deductions in the Net Income section).

You will use both of these values to calculate your benefit.  So, in summary, you will need all the values you mentioned above but in different sections.

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