Members of the military can check out these resources to help answer tax questions

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IRS Tax Tip 2019-158, November 12, 2019

When it comes to taxes, members of the military often have unique circumstances. has info on several topics that affect current and former military personnel, as well as their families. Here are resources where people can go to find more information.

  • A taxpayer's military status affects whether they are eligible for certain benefits. Taxpayers can use to check their eligibility for military tax benefits. Qualifying employers include the Armed Forces, uniformed services and support organizations.
  • The Armed Forces' Tax Guide is a comprehensive publication with info for military members. This includes:
    • Special rules for military personnel serving abroad including deadline extensions
    • Unreimbursed moving expenses
    • Reserve component travel expenses
  • Most military installations offer free income tax assistance through the military Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Military service members can contact their installation's legal office for more info. Veterans may also qualify for free tax help at locations nationwide. They just have to meet income or age requirements.

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