TN 3 (11-94)
Coverage of basic pay began 1/1/57.
Inactive duty for reservists is covered 1/1/88 on. See RS 01404.205A.3.
See RS 01701.001 for amounts of DMW and limits on crediting.
See RS 01701.001.
Wages of all uniformed service members for years after 1977 are reported on an annual basis in the usual manner.
For years before 1978:
Wages for members on active duty in the Army and Air Force and wages for commissioned officers of the Public Health Service and of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) corps (formerly Environmental Science and Services Administration) were reported
quarterly in the usual manner .
Wages for members on active duty in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard were reported semiannually with a quarterly breakdown.
Wages for Army and Air Force reservists and members of the National Guard were reported quarterly .
Wages for reservists of the Navy, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard were reported semiannually with a quarterly breakdown.
Both civilian and military employees are sometimes reported under the same Employer
Identification Number (EIN), but the service distinguishes them from one another on
Such duty will be distinguished by:
a separate EIN and/or
four W's (WWWW) in the “establishment” field of the Form W-3's.
NOTE: This should show on the DEQY.
Guidance on evaluating Forms W-2/W-2c's for uniformed services, RS 01403.041A.7. and RS 01403.042A.1.