North Carolina Changes Tax Law to Benefit Retired Military

For a number of years the State of North Carolina did not tax military retirement pay for service members who served on active duty with at lease five years service prior to August 1989.  Now North Carolina has extended the exemption of military retirement pay for retirees who have served “in the armed forces for at least 20 years or those who medically retired or survivors of one of those veterans,’ according to a recent article in the Fayetteville Observer.  Learn more by reading their story.

The news of this newly approved  tax exemption also appears online at these links:

MyArmyBenefits  ABC News 12

We thank our post adjutant for sharing this important news item.  If you have news to share of benefit of members, please contact the Post Historian.


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