2014 Tax Information for Military Members and their Families
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2014 Tax Information for Military Members and their Families

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2014 Tax Information for Military Members and their Families

Tax season is here, and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) published their schedule of the release dates for Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, Retirees and Civilian employees.

2014 tax statement myPay and USPS mail schedule: (Information obtained from DFAS.mil)

Form/Document Avail on myPay Date Mailed
Retiree Account Statements 12/5/14 12/19/14-1/10/15
Annuitant Account Statements 12/15/14 12/19/14-1/10/15
Annuitant 1099R 12/15/14 12/19/14-1/10/15
Retiree 1099R 12/17/14 12/19/14-1/10/15
Active Duty Army/Navy/AF W-2 1/24/15 1/24-29/15
Reserve Army/Navy/AF W-2 1/7/15 1/10-14/15
Active/Reserve USMC W-2 1/14/15 1/16-20/15
DoD/Non-DoD Civ. Employee W-2 1/5/15 1/8-12/15
VSI/SSB W-2 * N/A 1/5-10/15
Vendor Pay 1099 N/A 1/20-31/15
Vendor Pay MISC W-2 1/31/15 1/20-31/15
Travel PCS  W-2 ** 1/31/15 1/20-31/15
Army Non-Appropriated Fund Civilian Pay W-2 *** 1/14/15 N/A

Free tax services:

Annually, Military OneSource (MOS) offers free online tax services through H&R Block. You must have an account already established with MOS to use this service. Click here for more information on eligibility and how to get started: Military OneSource Tax Information

Tax Slayer: offers a free military edition for all Active Duty to prepare federal and state returns online. Link HERE for information.

Installation Tax Centers: Installations have their own staff designated to providing military families with free services and guidance. Check your local listing for location and hours.

 

Check back for updates on other free tax filing services and valuable information. If you are a company offering FREE services for military families, contact us at: info@homefrontunited.com

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