Where can I find the Quebec releve code and the Federal T4 code matchup?

Quebec uses letters to identify the boxes on their t4s (releve in Quebec) i.e. A, B, C..
Profile uses box numbers i.e. 14,16,18  on the Profile T4 entry screen.
Thus Box A on the quebec slip equates to Box 14 on the T4 slip and box 14 on the profile entry screen.
Is there a source that matches up the letters with the Box numbers on the T4 slips from the rest of the country?

thank you.

Answer

Irishmist2012,

Here is the information.

Explanation of boxes and instructions
A   Employment income before source deductions (line 101)
B   Québec Pension Plan (QPP) contribution (line 98)
C   Employment insurance premium
D   Registered pension plan (RPP) contribution (line 205)
E   Québec income tax withheld at source (line 451)
F   Union dues (line 373)
G   Pensionable salary or wages under the Québec Pension Plan (QPP)
H   Québec parental insurance plan (QPIP) premiums (line 97)
I    Eligible salary or wages under the Québec parental insurance plan (QPIP)
M  Commissions included in the amount in box A or box R (line 100)
N  Charitable donations and gifts (line 393)
O  Other income not included in box A. See the section “Codes used in the “Code (case O)” box.”
Q  Deferred salary or wages (salary or wages that are tax-exempt and not included in the amount in box A or
box R)
R  Income paid to an Indian and situated on a reserve or premises.
S  Tips not included in box T. This amount is already included in the amount in box A or box R.
T  Tips allocated by the employer. This amount is already included in the amount in box A or box R.

U  Amount deemed, under a phased retirement arrangement, to be income received from pensionable employment, on which an additional contribution to the QPP is calculated. This amount is tax-exempt and is not included in the amount in box A or box R.  Where applicable, enter the amounts shown in the boxes of the RL-1 slip on the appropriate lines of your income tax return. Taxable benefits included in box A or box R, as applicable

J  Amount paid by the employer to a private health services plan. This amount may be included in your medical expenses.

K  Trips made by a resident of a designated remote area

L  Other benefits

P  Contributions to a multi-employer insurance plan

V  Meals and lodging

W Use of a motor vehicle for personal purposes

Codes used in the “Code (case O)” box
CA  Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) payments (line 154)
CB  Tax-free savings account (TFSA) (line 130)
CC  Payments to the beneficiary of a registered disability savings plan (RDSP) (line 278)
RA   Payments made under a supplementary unemployment benefit plan (line 154)
RB  Scholarships, bursaries, fellowships and prizes (line 154)
RC  Research grants (line 154)
RD  Fees for services rendered (lines 22 to 26 of Schedule L)
RG  Labour adjustment benefits (line 154)
RH  Labour adjustment benefits for older workers and income assistance payments (line 154)
RI  Benefits paid under a program administered pursuant to an agreement entered into under section 5 of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Act (federal statute) (line 154)
RJ  Retiring allowance (including an amount paid for the loss of employment) (line 154)
RK  Death benefit (line 154)
RL  Patronage dividends (line 154)
RM  Commissions paid to a self-employed person (lines 22 to 26 of Schedule L)
RN  Benefits paid under a wage loss replacement plan (line 107)
RO  Benefits received by a shareholder (line 130)
RP  Benefits received by a partner (lines 22 to 26 of Schedule L)
RQ  Amounts allocated under a retirement compensation arrangement (line 154)
RR  Payments for services rendered in Québec by a person not resident in Canada (lines 22 to 26 of Schedule L)
RS Financial assistance (line 154)
RT  Other indemnities paid by the employer further to an industrial accident (line 148)
RU  Amounts paid to a beneficiary under a registered education savings plan (RESP) (line 154)
RV  Amounts paid to a subscriber under a registered education savings plan (RESP) (line 154)
RX  Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (line 154)
RZ  Amount derived from more than one source

Boxes under “Renseignements complémentaires” (additional information). Consult the guide to the income tax return.
A-1 Employee benefit plan
A-2 Employee trust
A-3 Repayment of salary or wages (line 207)
A-4 Chainsaw expenses
A-5 Brushcutter expenses
A-6 Remuneration received by a Québec sailor (line 297)
A-7 Canadian Forces personnel deduction (line 297)
A-8 Deduction for police officers (line 297)
A-9 Deduction for foreign specialists (line 297)
A-10 Deduction for foreign researchers (line 297)
A-11 Deduction for foreign researchers on a post-doctoral internship (line 297)
A-12 Deduction for foreign experts (line 297)
A-13 Deduction for foreign professors (line 297)
A-14 Exemption rate
B-1 CPP contribution (line 98)
D-1 Retirement compensation arrangement
D-2 Contribution for service before 1990 - Contributor
D-3 Contribution for service before 1990 - Non-contributor
G-1 Taxable benefit in kind
G-2 CPP eligible salary
K-1 Trips for medical services
L-2 Volunteer - compensation not included in Boxes A and L
L-3 Tax-exempt allowance for expenses incurred in the course of duties
L-4 Benefit resulting from a debt contracted for the acquisition of investments
L-5 Deduction for a home relocation loan (line 297)
L-6 Security option deduction (line 297)
L-7 Benefit related to a security option at the time of death
L-8 Election respecting security options
O-2 Deduction for patronage dividends (line 297)
O-3 Redemption of preferred shares
O-4 Repayment of wage loss replacement benefits (line 207)
RZ-XX Amount corresponding to one of the sources included in box O
R-1 Employment income (lines 101 and 293)
V-1 Tax-exempt benefit for board and lodging
200 Currency used
201 Allowance for childcare expenses
211 Benefit relating to a previous employment
235 Premium paid to a private health services plan (line 381)

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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