Nope; private hsa. I work for a firm of 4. SO why isn't my health care a "valid business expense" that I incur in my business? See your approach is already screwing people over.
You file a 1099 while I file a w2. You get to expense things I cannot.
I didn't? So that check I send assurant health care each month for my private hsa is me not paying it?You don't get to deduct it, because you didn't pay it.
If you haven't paid over $7,000 you are not paying your own health care premiums. I'm guessing your employer is. Could be north of $12,000 per employee. That expense, which he may be required by law to pay, is a valid business expense that he's deducting from his income to figure out how much he 'made' running the business. Why would it be less reasonable for him to deduct premiums paid for an employee who happens to also be himself?