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When you’re preparing for deployment, there’s so much to do! One key thing to keep in mind is staying on top of your finances. By planning ahead, you’ll feel confident in your finances running smoothly while you’re away. When you’re preparing for deployment, there’s so much to do! One key thing to keep in mind is staying on top of your finances. By planning ahead, you’ll feel confident in your finances running smoothly while you’re away.

  • Your pay will change while you’re deployedYou may qualify for a number of allowances and different types of pay, which could significantly increase your monthly income.
  • Alert be placed on your credit fileThis alert will help protect you from identity theft. It triggers businesses to verify your identity before issuing credit. You can authorize someone to act on your behalf to confirm your identity.
  • Review insurance policies and investmentsConsider whether your life insurance coverage is sufficient and be sure the beneficiaries you’ve named correspond with your current wishes.

Solution

You don’t have to pay tax on most allowances or on the pay you earn while you’re in a combat zone. If you’ll be deployed when tax returns are due, make arrangements to file your income taxes. You can defer income taxes if your ability to pay is “materially affected” by your military service. You can also get an automatic two-month extension for filing and paying your taxes if on duty outside the United States.

Result

Other studies have looked at the effect of exposure to daylight on patients and found they experienced less pain, stress and use of pain medications than patients who did not have exposure to natural light. There is also preliminary evidence that hospital gardens can alleviate stress in both patients and their families.

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Other studies have looked at the effect of exposure to daylight on patients and found they experienced less pain, stress and use of pain medications than patients who did not have exposure to natural light. There is also preliminary evidence that hospital gardens can alleviate stress in both patients and their families.

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