Members of the armed forces can benefit from certain tax provisions that offer valuable relief, but in order to take advantage of them, you have to know what they are and determine your eligibility. A variety of credits and deductions exists for active members of the military, as well as for reservists and veterans. Read on to find out how your service entitles you to some major tax advantages, and how the filing process in general may be different for you than it would be for a civilian.
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