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Old 03-30-2017, 12:02 PM
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Contract employee and health insurance costs

Hi,
Over the years I have worked a variety of contract jobs, some paying 1099 and others pay W2. This year I worked 2 jobs that both paid w2. I am not eligible for employer sponsored health insurance because I am a consultant. My CPA says I cannot deduct the cost of my premiums as I was paid w2. This doesn't seem fair to me. Has anyone had any experience with this? Thanks so much for any feedback.



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