Navy Member"s Claim For Spouse"s Travel Expenses, U.S.GAO, November 8, 1995. Download PDF EPUB FB2
An advance decision was requested concerning the propriety of payment of dependents' travel allowances where there was a recent divorce. In this instance a Navy member who divorced his wife while stationed in Hawaii may be furnished transportation for his ex-wife and children pursuant to relevant Joint Travel Regulations.
A retired Army lieutenant colonel requested reconsideration of the disallowance of his claim for additional amounts for personal and dependents' travel incident to his retirement; the Claims Division found him to have been overpaid instead.
While in Saudi Arabia, the colonel submitted a request for retirement and was scheduled for retirement at Fort Dix, New Jersey, where he was ordered, with. Joint Travel Regulations entitle military members to receive additional separation travel allowances for dependents, but the regulations allow payment for dependent travel only to places where they intend to reside.
A military member can receive a travel allowance without regard to actual travel, but his or her family may not. Matter of: Petty Officer First Class Robert C.
Nelson--Claim for Reimbursement of Travel Expenses File: B Date: November 8, The wife of a member was issued orders authorizing her to travel as an attendant to their daughter who required medical care not available locally.
Military Adjustments to Income EXERCISES (continued) Question 2: Sgt. Bishop received Form W-2 for $1, as a result of a PPM to a new Permanent Duty Station (PDS). In addition, the government paid her a mileage allowance of $, a lodging allowance of $, and a File Size: KB.
The Navy will provide round-trip travel and transportation allowances to family members, and other The surviving spouse (including a surviving spouse that has remarried since the Service members' death).
process traveler’s submitted travel claim for reimbursement of authorized expenses. Page 1 of 8 MILPERSMAN SUPPORT OF FAMILY MEMBERS Responsible Office NAVPERSCOM (PERSJ) Phone: DSN COM FAX () References (a) Public Law (b) Uniform Code of Military Justice (c) BUPERSINST A 1.
Policy. The Navy will not act as a haven for personnel who. Expenses may include trailer rental, packing costs and travel expenses from your old to new home, including lodging (but not meals), car expenses (either actual fuel costs or standard mileage rate) and airfare.
Choose which state to be taxed for military member and civilian spouses. Military spouses are eligible for Navy and Marine Corps civilian employment opportunities in two ways: Non-competitive Appointments (E.O. ) To apply for jobs, search for job opportunities in the Department of the Navy at and apply directly to any position for which you meet all the qualification requirements.
Spouse co-location assignments are fully supported by the Chief of Naval Personnel and when requested become the highest priority and main duty preference consistent with the needs 1995. book the Navy. The service member requesting transfer to join with his/her spouse or family member must have a minimum of one year on board his/her present command at.
There is one small bit of room for negotiation - if the member is still in the military and the couple is close to attaining 20/20/20 status when the divorce starts, they may agree to delay the divorce slightly, or even obtain a legal separation, until the former spouse reaches 20/20/20 status.
Page 5 of 8 Military couples may be involuntarily assigned with one member assigned to a sea duty tour while the spouse member is assigned to permanent shift work. (1) When both members of a military couple are first-termers or initial accessions, both members may require assignment to simultaneous sea duty or simultaneous permanent.
Submitting your Travel Claim Submit your travel voucher as soon as you complete your travel but no earlier than 10 business days before your end of current contract or end of active service.
This is because disbursing cannot pay your travel settlement until your end of current contract or end of active service. Military Benefits for Former Spouses: Legislation and Policy Issues Congressional Research Service Summary Inthe Supreme Court ruled that the former spouse of a military member or retiree could not be awarded any share of that member’s/retiree’s retired pay as a part of a divorce property settlement in a community property state.
A civilian Navy employee claimed reimbursement for lodging expenses she incurred incident to official travel, contending that: (1) she had received permission to return during her regular duty hours on the Mondays following her assignments; and (2) her cost of lodging on Sunday night was no more than she was authorized to incur on Friday night.
Postal Reimbursement Documents. Original or legible copy of DD Form (Travel Voucher or Subvoucher) with member’s complete mailing address, signature, email, phone number and date; NPPSC | ; If applicable, a letter from a Personal Property Shipping Office with authorization for postage & rate to be used if the government required self-procured shipment.
For example, if a service member is receiving $ in BAH, and the spouse is seeking support for her/himself and two children, the service member. Help make us better. Please tell us why it wasn't helpful. For immediate assistance or to access confidential help, call the Military OneSource toll free number at or international collect at You can also contact us if you have any questions.
On the first and last day of travel, travelers only receive 75% of the allowance; during a day of travel they receive % of the allowance. TLE - Temporary Lodging Entitlement - money paid to reimburse a service member and family who stay in temporary lodging in order to look for quarters in.
The 10/10 Rule determines which former spouses are entitled to receive payment directly from the DFAS (Defense Finance Accounting Service). If the former spouse was married to the service member for at least 10 years of the member’s creditable military service, the 10/10 rule applies.
It allows the former spouse to be paid directly from DFAS. ADJUSTING TO SPOUSE ADVANCEMENT. When military members move from enlisted to officer ranks or assume command, their spouses' roles in the command may change as well.
FFSC has workshops and resources that can help military spouses adjust to the new roles that accompany spouse promotions. PCO/PXO SPOUSE WORKSHOP. Military Couples: When Both Spouses Are Service Members Dual-military couples have the benefit of a shared experience, a basis of strength for some military marriages.
But these couples also can face some unique challenges as well when it comes to careers. SGLI is a program of low-cost group life insurance for servicemembers on active duty, ready reservists, members of the National Guard, members of the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Public Health Service, cadets and midshipmen of the four service academies, and members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps.
The NAVSUP Enterprise 5 Storage. For assistance, email: [email protected] / call: HHG-MOVE () Storage in Transit (SIT) at Destination (JTR C.4): If member selects a home of selection, ONLY 90 days of storage is. Half payment of non-disability ISP is authorized to Service members of the Active and Reserve Components who meet each of following five conditions: The Service member has completed at least 6 years, but fewer than 20 years, of AD/AS.
For Reserve Service members, 6 years of continuous AD/AS must have preceded immediately before separation. Before the change, which became effective Dec. 6, family members only could use military space-available, or "Space-A," flights to travel to their homes of record in the lower 48 states, said Air.
For the active military, reserves, and National Guards, by statute a “spouse” is “a husband or wife as the case may be.” Then-Secretary of Defense Panetta said in a memo on. Once married, service members can obtain a Family Service Members’ Group Life Insurance policy of between $10, and $, for their spouse.
Spouses can enroll in the Military Spouse Preference Program, which grants them preferential employment placement in civilian positions for.
The Coast Guard Foundation offers grants for active duty enlisted members and their spouses, it also offers scholarships to children of active duty, retired or deceased enlisted members. Grants. U.S. Navy benefits.
Clothing Allowance The Standard Initial Clothing Allowance for enlisted members only in the Navy is $1, for males and $1, for females. 7 Reasons Why Military Spouses Love to Hate "No-Shave November" One of the appeals to the whole "love a man in uniform" thing for many military spouses is the reliably clean-shaven face.
We. The subsection has not been revised. On §(c)(8), respondents pointed out that a decree may not express the former spouse's share of a member's retired pay as a dollar amount or percentage of disposable retired pay.
Typically, a court decree expressed a former spouse's interest in the member's retired pay as a percentage of gross retired pay.Contact the Navy Personnel Claims Unit (PCU) should you have any questions about negotiations, offers made by the TSP, time frames for TSP responses, or transferring your claim.
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