This whole thing has been a big headache, as I've now paid a few hundred dollars in income tax, FICA, and state income tax that I didn't need to pay.One question to help clarify things a bit. Did you send back the NET amount of the paycheck, or was it the GROSS amount?If its the net, you haven't overpaid any taxes. You just have an incorrect W-2 reporting more taxes than you actually paid.If you paid back the gross pay, then you have actually paid back too much and your employer now owes you a bit of money. And you still have an incorrect W-2.Do you mean a corrected W-2 from my employer? They said they couldn't give me one. Did they say why they can't do that? They are the ONLY people who can issue a corrected W-2. I'd raise the question up the payroll heirarchy until you can get an answer.Good luck.--Peter
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