QB Issue Resolution:
If you follow the instructions for setting up the S Corp Medical payroll item, QB uses the “Payroll Libilities” account as the default liability account and “Payroll Expenses” as the expense account.
So when you make your entry, QB debits “Payroll Expense” for the premium amount and credits the “Payroll Liabilities” account for the premium amount.
It is the entry to the “Payroll Liabilities” account that is your “reduction” of the insurance expense already recorded. Since you have already paid the premiums, you can edit the S Corp Medical payroll item and change the “liability account” to the expense account where you recorded the premium payments. This will then post a credit to your premium expense account, I think that is the “credit”/deduction you are looking for.
Resolution for Issue 'S-Corp end of year medical insurance adjustment.' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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