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Article Date:
August 2014


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446

 

 

Is a W-2 Wage Needed to Create an Employee-Spouse 105 Plan?


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I operate my business as a sole proprietor, and I have your “Business Tax Deductions” course. It indicates that the Section 105 medical plan can be the sole source of remuneration to my employee-spouse.

 

My CPA disagrees and says that I have to pay a W-2 wage to make my employee-spouse eligible for a Section 105 medical reimbursement plan. Can you give me credible evidence that says I don’t need to pay a W-2 wage to my employee-spouse and that the ... Log in to view full article.

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