Yes. The credit also includes the amount of the Eligible Employer’s share of Medicare tax imposed on the qualified sick leave wages and any qualified health plan expenses allocable to those wages. Qualified health plan expenses are amounts paid or incurred by the Eligible Employer to provide and maintain a group health plan to the extent that the amounts are excluded from the employees’ gross income under section 106(a) of the Internal Revenue Code. The qualified sick leave wages are not subject to the employer portion of social security tax.

Note: The credit for the employer’s share of Medicare tax does not apply to Eligible Employers that are subject to Railroad Retirement Tax Act (RRTA) because qualified sick leave wages are not subject to Medicare tax under RRTA.