Does health premium is consider for prevailing wage calculations?


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I have a weird scenario.

My LCA says proffered wage on h1b is $80K per annum. My total taxable pay is $75K and $10K is for health insurance premium which is deducted from my paycheck. This is non taxable amount($10k). I don't see this in my w2 but i do see $10k deductions in my pay stub.

My questions is "Does health insurance premium (which is non taxable) also has to be considered while checking against proffered wage based on my LCA?"

Technically I'm getting $85K per annum. But W2 shows only $75K. I keep hearing different answer from my company staff.

Edited by SamHooster
changed prevailing to proffered wage
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