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dlewis6436
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I have a W-2 that only has $ in box 12 for health insurance paid by my company The instructions state the $ are DD and not taxable do I need to report anything?

 
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BMcCalpin
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I have a W-2 that only has $ in box 12 for health insurance paid by my company The instructions state the $ are DD and not taxable do I need to report anything?

No, once you have entered the code DD in box 12 into the W-2 screen, you do not need to enter this amount anywhere else on the return.

Code DD in box 12 of the W-2 is the sum of your employer's contributions towards your health insurance premiums and your contributions (if any) towards your health insurance premiums.

This amount has been removed from Wages in box 1 of your W-2, and they are therefore "pre-tax".

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BMcCalpin
Level 13

I have a W-2 that only has $ in box 12 for health insurance paid by my company The instructions state the $ are DD and not taxable do I need to report anything?

No, once you have entered the code DD in box 12 into the W-2 screen, you do not need to enter this amount anywhere else on the return.

Code DD in box 12 of the W-2 is the sum of your employer's contributions towards your health insurance premiums and your contributions (if any) towards your health insurance premiums.

This amount has been removed from Wages in box 1 of your W-2, and they are therefore "pre-tax".

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