reassessment on T1

A client has brought me a CRA Reassessment. The client did not receive or submit one of his T4's. Do I enter the information from the reassessment? It does not have the actual T4 information just the changes.

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Hi there, I am uncertain what you need. Are you looking for instructions on how to create a T1 adjustment? Or are you looking to find out what to enter to make the adjustment? If the latter, I would suggest contacting CRA.


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