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    what is the difference between a T4 and a T4A slip?

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    http://www.hrs.ualberta.ca/PayInfo/T4.aspx


    Go here.

    A T4 is issued by your former employer and reflects the income you earned while you worked as well as any deductions you had such as, CPP and Employment insurance, EI.


    The T4A is issued by a pension plan administrator, such as OPTrus or CCP and reflects the pension income you received  from a pension source T4As , will not have figures listed for CCP, or EI contributions, since these are not deducted from pension income.



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