I worked for the elections and received a t4 and releve 1 do I just add them together with my social benefits?

Answer

You would fill out each slip individually within the program, and then the program will do any calculations required.

You can use the Find tool in the top right to search for “T-slips”. Then select T-slips from the list and click the Go button. Check off all the different types of slips that you have. If you don’t live in Quebec, be sure to check off the “I worked in Quebec and received a Relevé 1 slip” after you check off “T4 - Employment Income”. Once you are done with that, click the “Continue” button to go through the different slips and enter your amounts just as they are shown on your paper slips.

If you have signed up for CRA My Account, you can also just use the Auto-Fill feature to import your slips instead of typing them in.

Here is how to use the Auto-fill My Return service in TurboTax Online:

Before you begin, register for My Account

If you’d like to use CRA’s Auto-fill my return service to automatically fill out part of your tax return, you need to be registered for Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)’s My Account. Follow these step-by-step instructions to register.

 

Note: You do not have to use Auto-fill my return to complete your tax return.

 

How to use CRA’s Auto-fill my return service

1. In the upper-right area of TurboTax, select Find.

Note: If you don’t see the Find button, you may not have completed the Setting up section of your return. Continue through the Setting up section until the Find button appears.

2. In the Find window, type “Auto-Fill.”

3. From the list of search results, select Auto-Fill My Return, then select Go.

4. On the <Name>, get a jump start on your tax return step, select Continue.

5. On the Let’s import your info step, select Launch CRA site.

6. Follow the steps to download your slips and other information.

 

Service availability

CRA’s Auto-fill service opens for the 2018 tax year on February 18, 2019.

 

 

 

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Before you begin, register for My Account

If you’d like to use CRA’s Auto-fill my return service to automatically fill out part of your tax return, you need to be registered for Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)’s My Account. Follow these step-by-step instructions to register.

 

Note: You do not have to use Auto-fill my return to complete your tax return.

 

How to use Auto-fill my return in EasyStep mode (recommended for all users)

1. In the upper-right area of TurboTax, select Find.

Note: If you can’t access the Find button, you may not have completed the Introduction and Profile sections of your return. Continue completing your return until the Find button becomes accessible.

2. In the Find field, type “CRA.”

3. From the list of results, select CRA Import, then select Go. (Quebec residents: select CRA and RQ Import, then select Go.)

This takes you to the <Name>, let’s get a jump-start by downloading your tax info into your return step.

4. Select Import next to the return you want to download your tax information for.

5. Follow the instructions to download your slips and other information.

 

How to use Auto-fill my return in Forms method (recommended for advanced users)

1. From the File menu up top, select File.

2. Select Import tax data from CRA/RQ.

This takes you to the <Name>, let’s get a jump-start by downloading your tax info into your return step.

3. Select Import next to the return you want to download your tax information for.

4. Follow the instructions to download your slips and other information.

 

Service availability

CRA’s Auto-fill service opens for the 2018 tax year on February 18, 2019.

 

 

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