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New Edition of the Family Separation Allowance Worksheet, CG-2035, Issued

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The Family Separation Allowance (FSA) Worksheet, CG-2035, has been revised. The May 2021 edition includes provisions for recording entitlement to FSA-S (Shipboard Duty) in accordance with the FY2021 National Defense Act (See ACN 004/21; Clarification of Continuous Duty On Board a Ship Required for Family Separation Allowance (FSA-S)).  New "Read Me First" buttons have been added, which, when clicked, provide expanded information on FSA eligibility.

The CG-2035 can be accessed at the following link:

https://media.defense.gov/2021/May/13/2002640604/-1/-1/0/CG_2035.PDF

PLEASE NOTE: Many people will try opening the form and find that they get an error that says "Please wait."  This is not a problem with the form but has to do with the set-up of your computer's browser as the default for opening Adobe Acrobat forms.  Many computers use the web browser as the default for opening Adobe forms, but the browser cannot handle the macros built into the form. The simple solution to this problem is to save the form to your computer and then open the form in Acrobat DC. This allows full functionality.