Tax season is underway once more. While filing taxes can be a daunting task with ever changing tax laws it can be especially challenging for military service members who have even more unique rules that apply to them. Fortunately, there is an abundance of helpful information found through various government related resources that military members can take advantage of. According to irs.gov if you received nontaxable bonus payments in an earlier year and reported them as taxable income, you may be able to amend your return for that year to claim a refund of the tax you paid on the bonus payment. Which tax tips specific to the military have you found to be the most helpful?