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Hello all, this may have been covered somewhere but I can't locate the information.

My husband and I (former K1 now 2 year GC holder) are filing taxes this year and while not too much changed from last year we are now stationed overseas and I'm earning "german income". When we are filing this year for 2018 taxes can somebody tell me how I claim my german income? I'm not sure how to start with it...

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Maybe your base has a legal office which helps with military taxes.


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25 minutes ago, smallgirlbigworld said:

Hello all, this may have been covered somewhere but I can't locate the information.

My husband and I (former K1 now 2 year GC holder) are filing taxes this year and while not too much changed from last year we are now stationed overseas and I'm earning "german income". When we are filing this year for 2018 taxes can somebody tell me how I claim my german income? I'm not sure how to start with it...

thank you!

Good thing that military offers FREE tax filling assistance, right? Just go to your base's legal/tax office.


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