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Get 2010 Tax Documents Online

From DFAS

Military servicemembers, retirees, annuitants, and federal civilian employees paid by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) can get their 2010 tax statements up to two weeks earlier using myPay.

DFAS customers with myPay access will be able to obtain their tax statements online on the day they are posted using the pay management system. Additionally, military retirees and annuitants can download their 2010 account statements with information on wages, tax withholdings and allotment information.

The DFAS schedule for posting and mailing 2010 tax statements such as W-2s, 1099Rs and 1099INTs customers will need to file their annual tax returns is now available online.

View the schedule and learn more about the myPay system.

Be sure to visit the Military.com Tax Center to learn more about filing your 2010 taxes.

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