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Tag: Tax

Feb. 11, 2022

Issue With Tax Data on Direct Access Payslips for January, February, and March

2022 FSMS payslip improvement testing for January, February and March will show partially configured tax, allotment, and deduction data. 

Jan. 21, 2022

Coast Guard Support Offers Online Tax Filing & Consultation

Coast Guard personnel, employees, and their dependent family members my file their federal and state taxes online for free.

Jan. 11, 2022

Indiana to Phase Out State Income Tax on Military Retirement Pensions and Survivor Benefits by 2022

Indiana House Enrolled Act 1010 will phase in a full income tax exemption for military retirement pensions over four years (2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022).

Jan. 11, 2022

Nebraska to Exempt Military Retired Pay from State Income Tax Beginning in 2022

On 26 May 2021, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts signed Legislative Bill (LB) 387 into law, allowing 100% of military retirement pay to be exempted from Nebraska income tax starting January 1, 2022.

Jan. 11, 2022

Utah Ends Tax on Military Retirement Pay

This story was published March 17, 2021, on Military.com, and republished here with permission from Military.com and the author Jim Absher. The state of Utah has become the latest to stop taxing military retired pay. On March 11, 2021, Gov. Spencer J. Cox signed Senate Bill 11 into law, providing an average annual tax savings to military retirees and their survivors of $1,315, according to the state’s budget office.

Jan. 11, 2022

North Carolina Eliminates Tax on Military Pension Income

Per NC Senate Bill 105, Section 42.1A(a), North Carolina allows residents to deduct amounts received from their gross income for retirement pay (for those who served at least 20 years or were medically retired) and/or payments received under the Survivor Benefit Plan.

Jan. 11, 2022

Arizona Exempts Military Retired Pay from State Income Tax

Military Pension Subtraction: For 2021 the subtraction for benefits, annuities and pensions as retired or retainer pay of the uniforms services has increased from a maximum of $3,500 to 100% of the amount received during 2021. This means that benefits, annuities and pensions as retired or retainer pay of the uniformed services are no longer taxable in Arizona.

Dec. 30, 2021

Corrected 2020 OASDI Tax Deferral IRS Form W-2C Available in Direct Access

Per IRS guidance, if you had only one employer during 2020 and your Form W-2c (Corrected Wages and Tax Statement) for 2020 only shows a correction to box 4 to account for employee Social Security tax that was deferred in 2020 and withheld in 2021 pursuant to IRS Notice 2020-65, no further steps are required.

Dec. 7, 2020

2020 IRS Forms W-2 and 1095C Information

ALCGPSC message 139/20 provides information on the availability of IRS Forms W-2 (Wage and Tax Statement) and 1095-C (Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage) for the 2020 tax year.

April 3, 2020

Retirees/Annuitants/FSPA Payees Change your Federal Income Tax Withholding or Additional Withholding: 

Do not use IRS W-4P (Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments). Direct Access is configured to withhold federal income tax based on the information from the IRS W-4. Beginning on April 1, 2020, if you provide your information on a W-4P form, you will be asked to complete a W-4 instead so that the system will be able to recognize your request

May 3, 2019

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Changed the Way Tax is Calculated.

The IRS encourages everyone to perform a “paycheck checkup” to see if you have the right amount of tax withheld for your personal situation.

Feb. 21, 2019

Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) Changes for Spouses of Military Personnel

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) now offers spouses of servicemembers the option of electing to use the same residence as the servicemember for purposes of taxation under certain circumstances.