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mrreliable3599 on Jan 17, 2013
It’s the cost of employer-provided health coverage. It’s not taxable to you. They give you that information because beginning next year you have to hire an accountant with a degree from Wharton and a Buck Rogers calculator to determine whether you need to be fined for not having government-mandated health insurance.
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