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Amounts deducted from the employee are “internal reimbursment” of the employer’s expense. This is typical when the employer pays the premium as a Bill in advance of collecting out of paychecks.

Which makes this a Wage deduction or garnishment. I don’t know if your contract qualifies for Pre-Tax deduction or will be post- taxes?

The deduction is NOT a liability, if the employer already paid; it reduces the expense paid by the employer.

The deduction IS a liability, if you deduct it from the employees in advance of paying the insurance company.

Resolution for Issue 'no employer contribution health premium' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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