The holiday season is over, which means tax season is right around the corner, and there are big changes to the Stuttgart Tax Center this year.
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The Stuttgart Tax Center is opens on Jan. 28 and will be available to eligible individuals on a walk-in basis.
The SLC wants to receive feedback on ways it can better serve the community.
Due to ongoing construction, it can be difficult to find the entrance to the Stuttgart Law Center.
While most people snooze as soon as the words tax and law are mentioned, now is not the time for a nap.
The Stuttgart Legal Center has a few tips to help you make the best of a bad situation.
Q: “I read that article in “The Stuttgart Citizen” last month–the one about wills, written by that extremely intelligent and handsome JAG officer–and I still don’t want a will.”
Q: My first sergeant told me I need to get a will before I deploy, but I don’t know why I would need one.
So are you running a business? Do you need a German tax number or even a U.S. tax ID?
Frequently asked questions about parking on-post, answered by the Directorate of Emergency Services, Military Police.
Personnel must abide by the rules and regulations governing the dos and don’ts of posting online. The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from engaging in political activity while on duty or in a federal room or building.
Request Kindergeld no later than Dec. 31, 2017 to apply to receive four years vs. six months payment.
The legal blood-alcohol content limit in Germany is 0.05, and 0.03 for anyone involved in a vehicle accident.
If you make the series of poor choices that leads to your arrest or detention for driving under the influence – make no mistake, the Polizei checkpoints are numerous and thorough – what happens next?
A loss or damage claim may be compensable under Article 139 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.