Complete information and advice on personal finances How to prosper on a military salary and practical tips on investing your money, buying a car, buying a house, paying your taxes, and more Ideal for service financial management assistance offices Revised and updated for today's military, this comprehensive guide covers all key financial decisions from choosing checking accounts and using credit cards to deciding whether to rent or buy a home and choosing an insurance policy. In light of the realities of the war on terror, special attention is paid to managing your finances while deployed. Military personnel of all services and ranks will benefit from the advice given in this crisply written book. Each topic is covered in a thorough, logical, and easy-to-read manner.Form 1040, p. 1 Figure 4-1 Form 1040 Process Schedule B Income from all sources Less deductions for AGI (partial list)? ... (J\) Interest and dividends Schedule C Business income Schedule D Capital gains and losses Schedule E Rents, royalties Schedule A using the married-filing-jointly status, ... Table 4-3 outlines the marginal tax brackets for 2006 for the married filing jointly and single filing statuses.
|Title||:||Armed Forces Guide to Personal Financial Planning|
|Author||:||Margaret H. Belknap, F. Michael Marty, Jonathan Byrom|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2006-12-20|