You could start with adding a liability acct for the IRA and the match for the company, which would be the corresponding expense acct.

Then flow the transactions thru these accts.

Lots of good info/links in this article for you:  https://community.intuit.com/articles/1437364-set-up-a-payroll-item-for-retirement-benefits-401k-sim…

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