topic Can I indicate different amounts for private health insurance in my Federal and Quebec returns? in Credits and deductions https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/credits-deductions/discussion/can-i-indicate-different-amounts-for-private-health-insurance-in-my-federal-and-quebec-returns/01/938690#M3803 In QC, employer-paid premiums are taxable benefits (box J of RL1) included in income (box A of RL1). This amount can be included in calculating medical expense credits.<BR /><BR />However, employer premiums are not included in federal income. Consequently, only the employee&nbsp;&nbsp;premiums are deductible (box 85 of T4).<BR /><BR />How do I include premiums paid my employer in my QC medical expenses, but not in my federal medical expenses? Thu, 31 Oct 2019 07:28:58 GMT fmakela 2019-10-31T07:28:58Z Can I indicate different amounts for private health insurance in my Federal and Quebec returns? https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/credits-deductions/discussion/can-i-indicate-different-amounts-for-private-health-insurance-in-my-federal-and-quebec-returns/01/938690#M3803 In QC, employer-paid premiums are taxable benefits (box J of RL1) included in income (box A of RL1). This amount can be included in calculating medical expense credits.<BR /><BR />However, employer premiums are not included in federal income. Consequently, only the employee&nbsp;&nbsp;premiums are deductible (box 85 of T4).<BR /><BR />How do I include premiums paid my employer in my QC medical expenses, but not in my federal medical expenses? Thu, 31 Oct 2019 07:28:58 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/credits-deductions/discussion/can-i-indicate-different-amounts-for-private-health-insurance-in-my-federal-and-quebec-returns/01/938690#M3803 fmakela 2019-10-31T07:28:58Z TurboTax does it for you when you enter your T-slips. You... https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/credits-deductions/discussion/turbotax-does-it-for-you-when-you-enter-your-t-slips-you/01/938691#M3804 <P>TurboTax does it for you when you enter your T-slips.</P><P>Your&nbsp;<B>employee-paid premiums for private health services plans</B>&nbsp;should be on your <B>T4</B>&nbsp;<B>Box 85</B>&nbsp;and on your&nbsp;<B>Relevé 1 Box 235</B>.&nbsp; The amount shown in <B>Box J</B> of the <B>Relevé 1</B> is the portion paid by your employer (which could be the same amount but this amount is deductible only in Québec).&nbsp;</P><P>When entering your <B>T4 (Box 85)</B> and <B>Relevé 1 (Box J + Box 235)</B>, TurboTax will automatically transfer your contributions to your total medical expenses.&nbsp;</P><P> <I>Please note that <B>you will not see these amounts in your medical expense receipts</B> but rather at the bottom of the MED &amp; QMED worksheet (available only in the CD / Download version) and <B>it will be included in your total medical expenses</B> used to calculate the credit.&nbsp; <B>Line 330 of Schedule 1</B> (CRA) &amp; <B>line 36 of Schedule B</B> (Québec).</I> </P> Thu, 31 Oct 2019 07:28:59 GMT https://turbotax.community.intuit.ca/community/credits-deductions/discussion/turbotax-does-it-for-you-when-you-enter-your-t-slips-you/01/938691#M3804 TurboTaxLynda 2019-10-31T07:28:59Z
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In QC, employer-paid premiums are taxable benefits (box J of RL1) included in income (box A of RL1). This amount can be included in calculating medical expense credits.<BR /><BR />However, employer premiums are not included in federal income. Consequently, only the employee&nbsp;&nbsp;premiums are deductible (box 85 of T4).<BR /><BR />How do I include premiums paid my employer in my QC medical expenses, but not in my federal medical expenses?
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In QC, employer-paid premiums are taxable benefits (box J of RL1) included in income (box A of RL1). This amount can be included in calculating medical expense credits.<BR /><BR />However, employer premiums are not included in federal income. Consequently, only the employee&nbsp;&nbsp;premiums are deductible (box 85 of T4).<BR /><BR />How do I include premiums paid my employer in my QC medical expenses, but not in my federal medical expenses?
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<P>TurboTax does it for you when you enter your T-slips.</P><P>Your&nbsp;<B>employee-paid premiums for private health services plans</B>&nbsp;should be on your <B>T4</B>&nbsp;<B>Box 85</B>&nbsp;and on your&nbsp;<B>Relevé 1 Box 235</B>.&nbsp; The amount shown in <B>Box J</B> of the <B>Relevé 1</B> is the portion paid by your employer (which could be the same amount but this amount is deductible only in Québec).&nbsp;</P><P>When entering your <B>T4 (Box 85)</B> and <B>Relevé 1 (Box J + Box 235)</B>, TurboTax will automatically transfer your contributions to your total medical expenses.&nbsp;</P><P> <I>Please note that <B>you will not see these amounts in your medical expense receipts</B> but rather at the bottom of the MED &amp; QMED worksheet (available only in the CD / Download version) and <B>it will be included in your total medical expenses</B> used to calculate the credit.&nbsp; <B>Line 330 of Schedule 1</B> (CRA) &amp; <B>line 36 of Schedule B</B> (Québec).</I> </P>
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