Paying half of ministers health insurance deductible...taxable?

by Dennis
(Peach Bottom, PA 17563 U.S.A.)

we as a church pay half of ministers $2500 medical insurance deductible.

This is not done through the insurance company it is part of our agreement with him.

Do we add that to his total salary as income?

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Feb 05, 2020
Taxable .... unless ...
by: Vickey

It would be taxable income ... unless you have a "legal "HRA (Health Reimbursement Arrangement) set up to reimburses employees for qualified medical expenses.

Jan 16, 2022
Health Insurance
by: Anonymous

What I.R.C. would you use to justify paying the health insurance directly and being tax free. And, what I.R.C. would you use for the insurance being tax free if a HRA was set up? I am an accounting student and was wondering.

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