This can sometimes result in a tax advantage because several states exempt military pay from state taxes.
Does that mean a military member can change their "legal residence" anytime they want, and therefore avoid paying state taxes? Under the law, "legal residence" is the place that the military member intends to live after they separate or retire from the military.
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It has nothing to do with voting or paying taxes, registering vehicles, nor any of the other privileges of state residency."Home of Record" can only be changed if there is a break in service of more than one day, or to correct an error."Legal Residency," or "domicile", on the other hand, refers to the place where a military member intends to return to and live after discharge or retirement, and which they consider their "permanent home." Legal residency determines what local (state) tax laws a military member is subject to, and in which local (city, county, state) elections they may vote in.
Because military members may have "legal residence" in one state, but be stationed in a different state, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, allows military members to pay taxes, register vehicles, vote, etc., in their "state of legal residence," rather than the state they are stationed in.
Nine times out of ten, they “met” their soldier on a social networking site, such as Facebook, or an online dating site.
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