I agree with Fab, but there is one other issue you might not be aware of. Normally you'll get both a T4 and Releve 1 slip together for clients working in Quebec. For the most part, all the details on the T4 are what you need for CPP, EI, etc. There is one major difference to watch out for, however. The T4 only reports the federal holdback of income taxes. You need to add the amount in Box E of the Releve 1 to your tax amount shown in box 22 of the T4 when inputting data into Profile. That box E shows the amount of Quebec income taxes withheld.
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