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Overseas Pay Subtraction

If you are a legal Maryland resident and a member of the U.S. armed forces who earned military pay while in active service outside U.S. boundaries or possessions, you may subtract up to $15,000 of that military pay from your taxable income.

If your total military pay exceeds $30,000, you do not qualify for this subtraction. You can use the Military Overseas Income Worksheet included in Instruction 13 of the Maryland tax booklet to compute the subtraction. For more information, see code p of Instruction 13.



 
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