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Trump says service members won’t have to pay back deferred payroll taxes — if he wins
President Donald Trump pledged that service members and Defense Department civilians won't have to pay back the extra money that will be in their paychecks through the end of the year under the payroll tax deferral plan — if he wins re-election in November
Your paycheck is about to get bigger, but the IRS is going to stick it to you next year
More money. More taxes.
TurboTax uses a ‘military discount’ to trick US service members into paying to file their taxes
U.S. service members who've filed by going to the TurboTax Military landing page told ProPublica they were charged as much as $150 even though, under a deal with the government, service members making under $66,000 are supposed to be able to file on TurboTax for free
Score More Cash From Your Tax Refund Thanks To These New DoD Policy Changes
As troops sit down to file their 2018 income tax returns, the Defense Department wants them to know that some significant changes in tax law could put more money in their pockets.
New Law Allows Injured Vets To Get Refund On Taxes They Were Never Meant To Pay
Thousands of veterans injured in combat could soon be able to recoup taxes erroneously collected from their disability severance pay...