Monthly Archives: April 2011

Unable to file by April 18th?

IR-2011-43, April 12, 2011 WASHINGTON — Are you unable to complete and file your federal individual tax return by the April 18 deadline? If so, you can request an extension of time to file, which will automatically give you until … Continue reading

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Navy Marine Corps Relief Society can help make ends meet if government shuts down

If there is a government shutdown, the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society will remain open and operate normal hours. In the event there is an interruption to military pay, the Society will be prepared to assist with rapid, short-term, interest-free loans … Continue reading

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Information for DoD Civilians and their dependents evacuated from Bahrain and Japan

OJAG Code-16 Vice Admiral Houck has authorized an extension of eligibility for legal services for DoD civilians and their family members who are in a safe haven due to their evacuations from Bahrain and Japan. The extension of services shall … Continue reading

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Concerned about not getting paid when the government shuts down?

OJAG Code-16 If Congress is unable to reach an agreement on a federal budget, there will be a government shutdown. In the event of a government shutdown, it is likely that military (active duty) personnel will continue to report for … Continue reading

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Tax Filing Deadlines Unaffected by Recent Events in Japan, Bahrain, and Libya

OJAG Code-16 1. Tax filing deadlines for personnel in Japan and Libya. a. Contingency operation extensions do not apply at this time. Servicemembers participating in, or in support of, contingency operations overseas receive an automatic extension to file tax returns … Continue reading

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