The most recent proposal in Congress would have troops pay $100 a month upfront for two years for their GI Bill. That would mean that a private would be taxed 6.25 percent of their $19,200 annual base pay for their GI Bill.
The most recent proposal in Congress would have troops pay $100 a month upfront for two years for their GI Bill. That would mean that a private would be taxed 6.25 percent of their $19,200 annual base pay for their GI Bill. Brennan Linsley Associated Press file
The most recent proposal in Congress would have troops pay $100 a month upfront for two years for their GI Bill. That would mean that a private would be taxed 6.25 percent of their $19,200 annual base pay for their GI Bill. Brennan Linsley Associated Press file

GI Bill tax is unfair, unjust and unconscionable

May 29, 2017 4:00 AM

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