Why don't the Company HSA contributions show up on the HSA contributions report. That column is completely blank. Why produce an inaccurate report?


Let me share some information about Health Saving account, elizabethl.

In QuickBooks Desktop Payroll, the amounts collected via the Health Savings Account payroll item appear in Box 12 of the employee's Form W-2. This represents the employer's HSA contributions. The employee's HSA contributions do not appear on the Form W-2.

To have an accurate report, make sure create to set it up correctly. Check this article on how to create a taxable company contribution HSA payroll item: Set up Tax Tracking Type HSA .

From here, this will just automatically flow in your employee's W-2 forms and company reports. 

Here's also an article on how to correct year-to-date (YTD) additions or deductions on a paycheck when the wrong tracking type was used.

    Keep me posted how it goes and if you have follow-up questions in setting up your payroll items, by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Take care and have a wonderful day. 

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