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2018 Tax Guide for the Military Family

Get your documents together. It’s that time of year to get organized for filing your taxes. Whether you will owe Uncle Sam money or are expecting a tax refund in your account, service members and their families have access to tax filing resources that won’t cost a thing. 2018 Tax Guide for the Military FamilyContinue Reading “2018 Tax Guide for the Military Family”

Finance/Money Homefront

2017 Tax Guide for the Military Family

Get your documents together. It’s that time of year to get organized for filing your taxes. Whether you will owe Uncle Sam money or are expecting a tax refund in your account, service members and their families have access to tax filing resources that won’t cost a thing. 2017 Tax Guide for the Military FamilyContinue Reading “2017 Tax Guide for the Military Family”

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What You Should Do After Receiving an IRS Notice of Deficiency

  No one likes seeing a letter from the IRS in the mail and IRS notice of deficiencies can be a scary piece of mail to open.  If you receive this notice, the shock and fear alone may be enough to leave you reeling. Don’t stress; take a deep breath and take the time toContinue Reading “What You Should Do After Receiving an IRS Notice of Deficiency”

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Military W2’s – Delivery Schedule

INDIANAPOLIS – Pay customers of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service are scheduled to receive their 2012 tax statements between mid-December through January. Most of the W-2 and 1099 forms will be available a week earlier via the online myPay pay account management system (https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx) for active duty and reserve military members, retired military members, annuitants and federalContinue Reading “Military W2’s – Delivery Schedule”