Tax Considerations for Active Duty Military
Hannah Bigej was recently published in the AICPA’s Tax Adviser. As a military spouse, she has experienced three combat tours, military moves, and orders stationing her and her husband outside of their resident state.
Active duty members of the U.S. armed forces have special tax considerations for both state and federal purposes. This article is intended to address some issues regarding the treatment of both taxable and nontaxable income, taxability of housing options, and filing considerations. It also touches on the impact of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) on military families’ tax situations.
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Hannah Swan, CPA
Aldrich CPAs + Advisors LLP
Hannah Swan specializes in helping doctors and dentists across the United States in the areas of taxation, accounting, financial planning, and consulting. She has actively focused on helping businesses and individuals achieve their goals since 2008. Prior to joining Aldrich, Hannah concentrated on the financial services and non-profit industries. She has her bachelor’s degree in... Read more Hannah Swan, CPA
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