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Rhonda Brennan found her first job after graduating from college through the classifieds of the Miami Herald. She was delighted when the offer came through at $14.90 per hour. She completed her W-4 stating that she is married with a child and claims an allowance of 3. Her company will pay her biweekly for 80 hours (assume a tax rate of 6.2% on $118,500 for Social Security and 1.45% for Medicare).

Calculate her take-home pay for her first check.

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