Are Mormons exempt from military service?

Answer No. Thousands of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) serve in various militaries all over the world. The Church has a support program for it's military ... Read More »

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Is Ohio military pay exempt?

Pay for Ohio residents that are members of the United States Armed Forces stationed outside of Ohio are exempt from the Ohio income tax. Military retirement and Survivor Benefit Plan pay are also t... Read More »

Is the military exempt from paying income taxes in Arizona?

If you are a resident of Arizona then you will pay state income taxes on any income that is subject to federal income tax. If you serve in Arizona but are a resident of a different state then you w... Read More »

Are active duty military wages exempt from taxation in New Jersey?

An active duty service member who claims New Jersey as his state of legal residency on his Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) must pay taxes in the state. However, if the soldier deploys to a comba... Read More »