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Re: Iraq/tax

I have never heard this.  We've always had to pay whatever the state law is.  
Here in Texas we have no state income tax, so none is paid.  Worldwide there 
is no tax on a military installation....so anything purchased on a military 
installation is tax free, but we pay a surcharge, which is basically the 
same.....it goes to the installation though.  Anything purchased by anyone on the 
economy (off post/base) is taxed according to state laws.

zone 9
Texas GUlf Coast

In a message dated 2/2/2004 7:56:47 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
Regular military 
receiving identical  compensation but some pay state income tax and others do 
not is not right.

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