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I suggest that you simply post the employee deduction to the same expense account used for the medical expense premiums.  Then post the gross bill from the insurance co to the same account.  You will then end up with employer net cost.


For greater detail create a sub account of group insurance expense for employee contributions.

Resolution for Issue 'Employer Medical Contribution' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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