How do i add S Corp Health Insurance to a payroll when QBO says the net pay must be above $0.00? I don't want to actually pay him this amount, i want it added to wages?

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Good day, amanda,

Are you trying to create a zero net check to withhold taxes of your employee's s-corp health insurance? If so, I’ll show you how:

  1. Add an Other Earning pay type to the employee's profile.
  2. Use the Net to gross formula to determine the gross pay amount.
  3. Choose Workers then hit Employees and click Run payroll.
  4. Select a pay schedule and an employee.
  5. In the OTHER EARNING box, enter the amount determined by using the net to gross formula.
  6. Select Preview payroll.
  7. Select the edit (pencil) icon beside the NET PAY amount.
  8. Zero out all unwanted deductions
  9. Edit the Federal Income tax or State Income tax amount, and then select OK.
  10. Select Preview Payroll> Submit payroll

For more details you can check this article: Create a zero net paycheck in Online Payroll.

Please let me know if you’re referring to something else. I’ll always be here to help. Have a great day!

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