Taxation for the Military

The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic led to some temporary changes in tax laws. These come on the heels of major tax reform — the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed in December 2017. Most changes apply to the general public, but some have special implications for the military community. Even within the military community, the changes will not have the same impact on everyone. We also take a hard look at specific items and terms that are specific to the military. Lastly, we will provide some tips that professionals can use with the clients.

Jeffrey A. Schneider


Live Webinar




An Reporting Agent has the authorization to keep his clients payroll. Through Form 8655, the client authorizes the Reporting Agent to prepare Forms W-2, send Forms 940 and 941 to the IRS, as well as make deposits on behalf of the company and receive any information from the IRS related to payroll.

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Taxation for the Military

  • Live Webinar

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  • 2H CE

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