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Military income can be filed just like other income types using TaxSlayer. We have a hub of tax information for military service members here.
In many ways, military income is treated similarly to civilian income. However, there are certain tax advantages for military members. See the Department of Defense site for more.
Military W-2s and other tax forms are distributed around the same time each year as civilian W-2s. 1099-Rs are another common military tax form. Once you receive all of your tax forms, you can file your tax return (Form 1040) with TaxSlayer
Military members serving in a combat zone or contingency operation qualify for an automatic extension of time to file – making your taxes due in October instead of April for most tax years.
Read more: How Do I File a Tax Extension?
The IRS offers some tax breaks for military members. From deducting certain moving expenses to certain tax exclusions, TaxSlayer guarantees every credit and deduction possible to reduce your taxable income and maximize your refund.
The IRS excludes income from taxation for certain eligible members who served in combat zones. See the IRS site for more on combat service and taxation.