Humanities › Issues What Is a T4E Canadian Tax Form? Share Flipboard Email Print Issues Canadian Government The U. S. Government U.S. Foreign Policy U.S. Liberal Politics U.S. Conservative Politics Women's Issues Civil Liberties The Middle East Terrorism Race Relations Immigration Crime & Punishment Animal Rights View More By Susan Munroe Canadian Culture Expert B.A., Political Science, Carleton University Susan Munroe is a public affairs and communications professional based in Canada. our editorial process Susan Munroe Updated July 03, 2019 A T4E is a Statement of Employment Insurance and Other Benefits. A T4E is a tax information slip issued by Service Canada to tell you and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) the gross amount of Employment Insurance benefits paid to you for the previous tax year, the income tax deducted and any amount paid toward an overpayment. Use T4Es in preparing and filing your Canadian income taxes. Other T4 tax information slips include: T4 - Statement of Remuneration Paid T4A - Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income T4A(OAS) - Statement of Old Age Security T4A(P) - Statement of Canada Pension Plan Benefits T4RIF - Statement of Income From a Registered Retirement Income Fund T4RSP - Statement of RRSP Income For more information on T4Es, see T4E Tax Slips.