This code, Code DD – Reports the cost of non-taxable health insurance provided through your employer.
To provide some context, here is an excellent article (Written by William Perez, an EA - Enrolled Agent, enrolled to practice before the IRS) about Box 12 Codes and Explanations, on the form W-2
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Yes although this does kind of represent a tax benefit
(your employer paying for something for you and it's not being taxable)
it doesn't represent somethinng that you can further deduct
All I need to know is what the amount lised in Code DD is, and do I list it as a deduction.
That's it then
It represents that amount of money provided to you alfready, that is not taxable
but, no, it is not something that you can deduct
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