How do I setup a non-cash taxable fringe benefit?

It works like GLT which we already use but I need a new earnings code for this and cannot see where I can define the earnings code.

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Thank you for posting here in the Community, cgsolutionschica.

I can help you with creating a non-cash taxable fringe benefit. 

Non-cash fringe benefits should ideally be reported on a paycheck where the employee has regular wages to offset the taxes on the fringe benefit items. You will determine the value of all non-cash fringe benefits.

Here's how to create a fringe benefit payroll item:

  1. Go to the Lists menu and select Payroll Item List.
  2. Select the Payroll Item button and choose New.
  3. Click Custom Setup.
  4. Select Addition, and choose Next.
  5. Enter a name for this item and select Next.
  6. Select an Expense account and Liability account from the drop-down lists and select Next.
  7. From the Tax Tracking Type drop-down list, select None and select Next.
  8. Click Next twice.
  9. Enter the necessary information and select Finish.

Check this article for more information: Create taxable fringe benefits payroll items.

That's it. Let me know if you need further assistance in setting-up this fringe benefit. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of the day. 

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