How do you get basic allowance for housing in the military?
The allowance is based on several aspects including geographic location of duty, pay grade, and how many dependents you have. There are resources available to help you through the process and will walk you through the entire relocation process including setting up your utilities, establishing an escrow account, and even help you obtain life insurance. I would recommend that you try there and research as much information as you can in order to obtain the biggest benefit.
The spouse's rights are basically the same as the soldiers, you are entitled to a portion of the Housing Allowance and Food Allowance, you must be provided health and dental insurance, a place to live and food on the table, you have the same legal options and benefit's, access to most place on a military base.
Im assuming your talking about the United States Military. Here Is the link to the military pay chart. .navycs.com/2011-military-pay-chart.html Consider that's only basic pay. You'll likely get just as much, tax free, from other sources of pay such as housing allowance, subsistence pay, etc. Also after a while you can add on family separation pay, sea service pay, hazardous duty pay, reenlistment bonuses. It's a well kept secret how well the military is paid.
Yes Consider that's only basic pay. You'll likely get just as much, tax free, from other sources of pay such as housing allowance, subsistence pay, etc. Also after a while you can add on family separation pay, sea service pay, hazardous duty pay, reenlistment bonuses. It's a well kept secret how well the military is paid.
Assuming the question deals with PAY, the Military, not just the Army pays accoring to RANK and TIME IN SERVICE brackets. The higher the rank, the more the pay. The longer the time in service, the more pay (up to a limit). People in the Military either start out Enlisted or Commissioned Officers. Many enlisted later go on to earn a commission or go to a Warrant Officer Cadidate Course and become Warrant Officers. In…
Can military housing allowance be figured into child support even though the military member does not collect it?
usually only your direct family - wife or children. parents are not usualyl allowed, check with your housing office to see what the rules are at that base. Just to clarify, that is only if you are officially married! But if you decide to live off post then you can move in with him but they don't get the housing allowance until you are married.
Not unless you want it to be a factor. I'm Active Duty Navy with an above average knowledge of Military law do to my rate. Yes it can be used as a factor but no it doesn't have to be used as a factor. Go to PSD and tell them to give you a print out of your Basic Pay. This should have no allotment information, housing allowance, uniform allotments, or special pays. How ever…
No the military has government quarters you can either live in the Barracks (dorms) or you can live off base in which case you would get a housing allowance which varies depending on the location that you live. but you can google military BAH and enter rank and zip code and it will tell you how much you would make to live off base... hope this helps
The same as non-Instructor, non-AWACS navigators! Salary is based solely on rank, special pay (ie. flight pay, Basic Allowance for Houising (BAH), Basic Allowance for Subsistance (BAS), etc), and longevity. The military pay tables are publicly available at http:/www.dfas.mil/militarypay/militarypaytables.html.
The total pay of a military officer (lawyers are commissioned officers) can be complicated because it is based on several variables depending on the type of pay; grade (rank), years of service, career field, location, even status of dependency (married and/or with children or other dependents). Military pay is divided into Basic Pay, Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) or Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA), Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS), Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Incentive…
If there are no other dependents (children), each member is treated as "single" (for housing allowance purposes), and each will receive the single-rate Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for their rank and assignment location. If there are children, one member receives the with-dependent rate, and the other member receives the single rate. In most cases, the couples choose the senior-ranking member to receive the "with dependent" rate, as it means more money.
It depends on what you mean by "being taken care of". Military families in general get medical benefits and many branches supply married soldiers with increased amounts of COLA (Cost of living allowance) based on the area they live in and how many children they have. Military housing is often an option as well. If you are placed in a permanent duty station for more than a year often your family moves with you. In…
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The only time a spouse gets a check is when the soldier dies and the life insurance pays off. Wives do get a check during the basic training process, it's called a living allowance. And also the husband will get checks while he is in basic training. I asked a recruiter because my husband is enlisting in the Navy.