I have a client who lived in Ontario on Dec 31,2013, moving from Montreal in July 2013. He withdrew RRSP in Qubec and was withheld 16% tax by Revenue Qubec. How does him claim his witheld tax back in Ontario tax return?


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Go to the "OtherCredits" screen and under the Line 437 there is an option for "Quebec Tax withheld not Quebec Resident". Amounts from T4's post here, from the line at the bottom that says Quebec tax not residing in Quebec, but there is no equivalent on the T4RSP. So override this field to the correct number.

Then on the EFile screen ensure that the same amount has been carried through to the line that says Quebec tax for persons not residing in Quebec as well.

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