Scenario 1

If paid through warrant check and district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages but not in box 14 as fringe benefits:

Option #1


Option #2



Scenario 2

If paid through warrant check and district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages and in box 14 as fringe benefits:

Option #1


Scenario 3

If paid through USPS and district want the amounts to appear on the W2 in box 14 as fringe benefits:


Scenario 4

If paid through USPS and district does not want this included with the salary account changes on USAS:


Scenario 5

If paid part of the calendar year through warrant and part of the calendar year through USPS and district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages but not in box 14 as fringe benefits:


Option #1



Option #2



Scenario 6

If paid part of the calendar year through warrant and part of the calendar year through USPS and district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages and in box 14 as fringe benefits:

Option #1



Option #2


Scenario 7

District has paid the amounts through warrant and does not want anything on the W2: 



All Option #1 scenarios, the employee pays any federal, Ohio and OSDI taxes on amount paid through warrant as a part of the year-end tax return filing. However, if desired, the district can enter an error adjustment for a calculated amount prior to the last 2018 payroll


Non-Cash Amounts for W2 Reporting

Scenario 1

If the district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages but not in box 14 as fringe benefits: 

Scenario 2

If the NC3 Pay Type had not been used the following would need to be done.

If the district wants the amount to appear on the W2 as wages and in box 14 as fringe benefits:

In all Non-Cash Amount scenarios, the employee pays any federal, Ohio and OSDI taxes as a part of the year-end tax return filing. However, if desired, the district can enter an error adjustment for a calculated amount prior to the last 2018 payroll.











Revised 09-Nov-2018