Why does Net pay on Payroll Summary by Employee report include SCorpIns as part of net pay, but it is not included as part of net pay in direct deposit or on check?


Hi there, deblee2018.

The S-Corp Health Insurance is another pay item set up that increase the gross pay but doesn't affect the net pay. You can see it under the Other Pay column in the paycheck or direct deposit check.

For more details about S-Corp health insurance, you can check out this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1771228.

On the other hand, the S-Corp payroll item will be reflected under the Gross Pay section in the Payroll Summary by Employee report.

I found a helpful article for more details about viewing employee's reports: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763533.

Please reply to this post if you have additional questions. I'm here to help.

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