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Indiana Military Filing Information

released from the hospital. -The spouse of a military person serving in a combat zone must file the Indiana return using the same filing status as was used when they filed their federal return: If they file married filing joint for federal

Hawaii Military Filing Information

Residency Status - If you are in Hawaii because of military orders and do not intend to make Hawaii your permanent home, you are not considered a Hawaii resident for income tax purposes, even though you have been in Hawaii for more than

Wisconsin Military Filing Information

1. Q. Who must file a Wisconsin return? A. A Wisconsin income tax return must be filed by a legal resident of Wisconsin if: Filing status is: And the person's gross income (or combined income) was at least Single: Under 65 $10,6780 or more

Colorado Military Filing Information

instructions. RESIDENT/NONRESIDENT SPOUSES The Colorado income tax filing status (joint or separate) must conform with the status used for federal income tax filing purposes. For example, if a taxpayer and spouse filed a joint federal return

Virginia Military Filing Information

are filing with this status the state requires you to paper file the return along with Form 763-S request for refund. Adjustments to Income for Military Members include: Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Enter the amount of military

Montana Military Filing Information

return - Form 2. Check filing status as "nonresident". Include with the return a copy of the service member's most current Leave and Earnings statement and the spouse's military ID card. If the service member and nonmilitary spouse are both

Idaho Military Filing Information

for servicemembers on active duty in combat zones. Below is a summary of how these laws affect Idaho National Guard members. • All tax filing deadlines are extended for at least 180 days after your last day in a combat zone. • No interest or penalty

Pennsylvania Military Filing Information

report military pay earned while in Pennsylvania or earned when not on active duty status as taxable compensation on Line 1a. Active duty military pay is not taxable for Pennsylvania purposes if earned by a PA resident serving on full-time

Maryland Military Filing Information

adjust your standard or itemized deductions and exemptions. NON-RESIDENT If you are a nonresident military member filing a joint return with your civilian spouse, see Administrative Release 1. MILITARY SERVICEMEMBER'S CIVILIAN SPOUSE 1. Under

Michigan Military Filing Information

of another state, you maintain your residency status in your home state, even if you are stationed in Michigan. A person may change his or her residency while in the military. Unless you make the change, you remain a resident of the state