Adjusted basic annual pay on LES not equal to hourly rate?


My hourly rate times 80 hours equals my gross income in block 21 on my Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), however block 7 has my adjusted basic annual pay at $195.80 more than what my gross income times 26 is? $26.69 X 80 = $2135.20 X 26 weeks = $55,515.20…however block 7 indicates base pay + locality pay is $55,711…Why am I not getting what block 7 indicates?

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Asked on July 31, 2018 4:28 pm
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I know this probably won’t make sense but what can I say, this is the way it works. If you have an annual rate of pay, to determine your hourly rate, you divide by that 2087. Your high-3 is based on a 360 day year which mean none of it will match up with your LES! Here is a fact sheet with pay information:
Which is exactly why they use the pay of record to determine your high-3 average salary and not any figures on your LES.

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Answered on July 31, 2018 6:57 pm