Yes, your 2% HSA s-corp amounts will be added to taxable wages and will be accordingly reported in lines C and F of your DE9.
During tax return filing, shareholder's HSA Scorp information is automatically calculated and populated on the DE 9 form. You can compare the data reflected on the form by generating Payroll Tax and Wage Summary report.
In addition, I'd recommend consulting with your tax preparer or contacting the California State Tax Agency. They'll be able to discuss further your HSA s-corp amounts are tracked and reported into your tax forms.
Also, you can refer to these articles for your future help:
Re: DE 9 and DE9c Ca is HSA Scorp more than 2% owner included on line C and for SDI and then adde...
Hi there, bv!
I've read the California Information sheet, and it says HSA is subject to SDI and other two taxes. You can check this out: https://www.edd.ca.gov/pdf_pub_ctr/de231eb.pdf. Then, using the Find (Ctrl + F) function, you can look for the HSA acronym. I wasn't able to find HI though. However, I would highly suggest verifying this with your accountant or state agency to make sure your taxes are reported correctly.
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