US Air Force

The US Air Force is a service branch of the US Armed Forces that deals with aerial warfare. Headed by the Secretary of the Air Force, it is one of the most technologically-sophisticated air force in the world.

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How much does a RAAF pilot get paid?

Salary on completion of Military (Initial Officer) Training and Employment Training: $52,124 per year ($1,999 per fortnight).

Uniform Allowance at a rate of $682 per year ($26 per fortnight).

Service Allowance of $11,662 per year ($447 per fortnight).

Your salary will continue to increase based on your rank and the number of years of service completed in that rank.

Visit:http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/airforce/jobs/Pilot/PayAndAllowances/?entryTypeId=8

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Can you join the US military with no Social Security number and just a tax ID number?

No. You have to have a valid Social Security number, which the military will check to ensure is yours.

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What is the Air Force acronym for OPR?

Officer Performance Report

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Can you wash air force full service dress?

Yes ,It is possible for you to wash your full service dress at home but must only use a moderate detergent or the colors will lighten. Hair shampoo's can be used as a detergent do to its light-moderate viscosity of detergent. The Shirt and pants can go in the washer on a normal setting. But make sure when your washing the Service Coat, you put it on a delicate setting and not to use heat or it will shrink; the same goes for the dryer.

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What are the salary income tax rates for Egypt for 2010?

Found 32 result when searched for SALARY TAX RATES when searched in All

egypt.gov.eg/english/laws/

egypt.gov.eg/General/tipdetails.aspx?ID=652

New Service.2009 Incom tax return

Now you can file your 2009 taxes (Individuals) online on the government portal.

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Can you reenlist after a els?

Depends on what your RE code is. I know people who've had Entry Level Separations from one branch of service, and were able to enlist into another branch.

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Can you include utilities bill for your income tax?

Sure if you have a business then you can use the utility bills as your deductions

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What is a Curtailment of income?

A curtailment of income is when your income has been cut short for any reason.

(Example: Due to the economy, instead of being laid off we all just took a paycut. We have a curtailment of income)

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Can I join the US military with no SSN?

No ... you must show proof of US residency, and pay taxes like the rest of us, hence the need for a SSN.

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What is an Air Force form 1?

AF form 1 is the radio friendly was to say "toilet paper"

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When is double hearing protection required?

104 dbs

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Is income tax calculated before or after expenses?

Your income tax liability will be determined on your net profit.

Go to the IRS gov web site and at the top choose BUSINESSES

Click on the below Related Link

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What percent do retired people pay in taxes?

Retired people don't pay taxes, they get paid instead by the government.

The above is entirely wrong. I suspect he may mean that "retired" people get social security - which is not at all always true. one can retire at any age, and frequently one retires because they have made or accumulated enough wealth that the income from itis what they will live on. And like social security itself, it too is taxable.

FEDERAL TAXES ARE THE SAME THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY...YOUR STATE MAKE NO DIFFERENCE. (However, State tax laws are specific to each area, and generally follow the Federal guidelines, but not always).

Whether you have to file a tax return (or pay tax) depends, in part, on your filing status, deductions, amount & type of income. THERE ARE NO SUCH THINGS AS START AND STOP AGES, OR DON'T HAVE TO FILE (or pay) BECAUSE RETIRED, OR ON SS, OR WORK FROM HOME, OR MADE IT ON THE INTERNET, OR A STUDENT, OR IT WAS A BONUS, VACATION PAY, AWARD, OR SUCH.....it is all addressed as a matter of "how much TAXABLE income".(Note working isn't relevant either, as many people who don't work or are retired, or disabled, or old, or young, or in school, have income from many sources...savings, investments, etc. and TAXABLE income is different than what you may otherwise think of as income...in most circumstances you have to do many of the calculations needed to file a return, just to determine what taxable income may be).

Likewise, there are no special or fixed rates for retired, student, doctor, sanitation worker, President, convict...whatever. The amount of taxable income after applicable deductions and adjustments determines the rate applied to your particular situation. The rate, as well as the amount, you pay changes as the amount of income does. And it changes and is a different amount for each person, based on their own situation. And, the amount any person may pay is normally different on say dollar 1 as compared to dollar 25,000

Once put through the calculations, some may be taxable income and some may not...some taxable income may not be taxable TODAY, but is later, or it may be offset by losses, many things can happen.

The amount withheld or estimated payments doesn't change how much you pay, just when you paid it. These items are discussed in other questions, but they are under YOUR control, not your employer etc. But they are required or there will be penalties.

FIRST OFF TAX IS CALCULATED ON TAXABLE INCOMEWHICH IS NOT THE SAME AS WHAT WAS "MADE" USING ANY OTHER METHOD. IT IS NOT YOUR SALARY. IT MUST BE DETERMINED TO CALCULATE TAX. Income of different types is taxed differently, if at all, and each person is taxed differently. DETERMINING IT IS 99% OF MOST TAX MATTERS. Hence there is no tax bracket, or percent or anything for "someone making X$". Whatever the amount is, one could pay nothing, to a very high percent, depending on what results when calculating taxable income.

After determining if your even taxable at all, much more goes into determining how much tax is due, and even how much was paid. Again, sometime in life you must have heard things, spoken and written about virtually everyday, in news, social, school and business situations and concerning tax. Things like location, marital status, number of dependents, how much and type of deductions or expenses you have (like medical or interest paid on a home), how or the costs in how the money was made....etc, etc! Maybe your just think all that applies to everyone else and not you? UNDERSTAND 2 PEOPLE, WORKING AT THE SAME JOB MAKING THE SAME WAGE, WILL ALMOST NEVER PAY THE SAME TAX!

Other than their personal situations like married or not, children or other dependents, charitable contributions, what they choose and how the employer handles medical, retirement and many other elections at work, what if any interest or other taxes they pay, how they spend their money....and many other elections surrounding how any one person chooses to handle their filing options, their investments and much, much more...the differences that result can be substantial.

Heck, every year you probably see a local TV station having 10 experts (normally incl the IRS too), calculate the tax for someone...and get 10 different answers...most all of which may actually be right!

It is probably a good indicator you need to get professional assistance in doing it (handling your tax AND financial affairs), and also start learning what is involved, because the one that can do it best for you....is you!

Virtually no 2 people with even the same job and income, or getting income from some source, will owe the same tax. That is why all those steps, forms and considerations that must be addressed and then properly applied need to be done.

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What do they call where air force men live?

um... an airforce base?

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Why do you get chills after heat exhaustion?

Typically chills mean water is evaporating on your skin from sweat, but it can sometimes mean that your core temperature is too high and your body is having trouble regulating it. This can be a symptom of heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

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What is the us special forces motto?

"De Oppresso Liber" which means to "Liberate The Oppressed."

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When do the 2010 UNSW ICAS test results come out?

Sepetember 13 2010

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What does pdg stand for in the air force?

Professional Development Guide

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Why doesn't the president wear military uniform?

Though the President is the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, he is a Civilian Government leader, and as such, is not authorized to wear a military uniform in that office. Only Active Duty military and Veterans under certain circumstances are allowed to wear military uniforms.

There are however, Flag officers who are sometimes appointed to civilian government positions, and though they are authorized to wear them, they typically wear civilian clothes rather than their military uniforms. They are authorized in those cases to wear that attire in those positions. One example is former Army General Colin Powell, who, while still an active General, was appointed as National Security Advisor by President Reagan.

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What are steps for agonal breathing victim?

Agonal breathing will not support life; rescue breathing (or CPR if no pulse) is required.

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Select three air force emergency management program elements?

warning and reporting.

command and control (c2)

training, exercises and evaluation

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What does Air Force acronym DR-MD stand for?

It stands for deployment requirement and manning documentdeployment requirement and manning document

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Can you join the Air force with bad credit?

Yes, but you'll need to get a waiver for your credit. You might have to pay a certain amout of it off before you are allowed to join as well.

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What is the current federal inheritance tax rate?

For 2011, the federal estate tax exemption will be $5 million and the estate tax rate for estates valued over this amount will be 35%. The estate tax has also become unified with federal gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes such that in 2011 the lifetime gift tax exemption and generation-skipping transfer tax exemption will be $5 million each and the tax rate for both of these taxes will also be 35%. There is NO federal level inheritance tax.

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