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It was set to pay $2500 for the entire semester. Of that $2500, $203.14 was taken out pre-tax and place in a 457b over the course of the semester.

Ok, Your net pay according to the w-2 was 2505.20 -73.52 -39.26 = 2392.39

But from what you have written your net pay was 2505.20 -73.52 -39.26 -203.14, (which wouldn't be right since the Medicare should have been computed on the 2505.20 not the 2708.34 it was computed on.)

What do your actual pay slip(s) say.

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