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Imputed income is the taxable amount of group term life insurance when the value of the benefit exceeds $50,000. This amount must be reported as compensation (on the employee’s W-2) and is subject to Social Security, Medicare tax, and if applicable, Medicare surtax.

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  • What is imputed income
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Taxability of Group Term Life Insurance Benefits