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Claiming the Foreign Tax Credit with Form 1116
Learn what foreign tax credit you should be aware of if you're a U.S. citizen living abroad and how to report foreign income with Form 1116. Read more…

States that Don't Tax Military Retirement
Taxing military retirement pay is a decision left up to the states. Find out which states don't tax military retirement and what else you should consider before moving to a state that doesn't tax your retirement pay. Read more…

5 Tax Breaks for Veterans
Whether you have served in the military decades ago, or if you’re ready to retire soon, there are specific tax breaks for veterans that can help you and your family save money on your tax bill — and even file your tax returns for free. Read more…

Top Tax Breaks for Disabled Veterans
The United States government offers several tax breaks and deductions for disabled veterans. As you look at how to take advantage of the available options, follow our guide to ensure you're getting the benefits you deserve. Read more…

Serving Uncle Sam: Tax Breaks for the Military
Nothing can make up for the hardship of serving in the armed forces. But the government does offer some special tax breaks so that soldiers don’t have to add income taxes to their list of worries. If you serve in the military, here are some of the breaks that you might find helpful for your taxes. Read more…


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