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U.S. Coast Guard
Pay & Personnel Center
444 S. E. Quincy St.
Topeka, KS 66683-3591
By Christie St. Clair, MyCG Staff
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Your pay this week may be different than what you expected. Don’t panic.
Editor's Note: Understanding the Payroll Tax Deferment Guide
As announced in announced in ALCOAST 329/20, the Government will defer Social Security taxes through the end of this year. To calculate the impact on your military pay, please see the Payroll Tax Deferral Guide.
You probably remember the Aug. 8 presidential memo, directing the federal government to defer Social Security taxes for many federal employees, both military and civilian, in September, October, November and December. (We shared all the details on MyCG last month.)
The deferral took effect Sept. 1, but payroll providers needed some extra time to implement the changes.
“Your previous paycheck reimbursed you for September’s payroll taxes,” said Gary Earling, executive director of the Coast Guard’s Pay and Personnel Center in Topeka, Kan. “The extra pay in the current paycheck is what you should expect to see added to your upcoming paychecks through the end of the year.”
Earling said his team is still fielding questions from Coast Guard members about the tax deferral, intended to help support federal employees during the pandemic. As a reminder:
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