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On my W2 - PA - Box 14 is "VPDI 38.56" - What is that and what can I do with that?

Just a guess, but is it true that Box 1 (wages you received) is smaller than Box 3 (Social Security wages) by the aforementioned $38.56? If so, then Box 14 is simply explaining the difference - whatever VPDI is (someone suggested some kind of disability insurance), it's paid for with pre-tax dollars. You don't account for it, you don't deduct it - you just leave it alone... (Again, just a guess. If anyone from PA says something different, then obviously you should believe him.)

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