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The newly reported value is 85¢ more than the previously reported value. I am guessing this is updating how much is being reported as withheld, though there hasn't been any deduction from my direct deposit checking account. So again, I don't know what to do with this.

It is likely that the amounts were rounded. $0.85 may or may not make $1 difference. Filing and ignoring is a reasonable option.
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