Alberta resident worked in Alberta had Quebec QPP recorded on T4. Can it be included in CPP?

Client worked in Edmonton for a company based out of Quebec.  Her T4 showed QPP deducted as well as the PPIP.  It also states that the province of employment is QC even though she worked in Alberta.  Can I just enter the QPP amount in the box for CPP in Profile?  She was deducted CPP on her paystubs.


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There is a mistake with the calculation of CPP to deduct.  Individuals are taxed based on the province where they work.  Even if the company is in another province, if the employee is working in Alberta, then the payroll taxes will be based on Alberta.  In that situation, it would be CPP that should be deducted.

You need to take it with Canada Revenue.  We are not allowed to change any tax slips.

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