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Disclaimer:
This estimate is for informational purposes only, and assumes compensation for one year of full-time active-duty service. Reservists are compensated for one weekend per month and two weeks per year unless deployed full-time.
 
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Dental Insurance(100% coverage)6
Medical Insurance(100% coverage)5
FICA(5.65% contribution)4
Medical Professional Pay3Low: $0.00High: $0.00
Housing Allowance2Low: $0.00High: $0.00
Base Pay1Low: $0.00High: $0.00
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Dental Insurance(100% coverage)6
Medical Insurance(100% coverage)5
FICA(5.65% contribution)4
Medical Professional Pay3Low: $0.00High: $0.00
Housing Allowance2Low: $0.00High: $0.00
Base Pay1Low: $0.00High: $0.00
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Notes:

1. Base pay estimates are based on military average across all Service branches. Average time in Pay Grade was used to estimate totals.

2. The Housing Allowance estimates shown are based on an average of allowances in all locations, but the amount varies based on cost of living in specific locations. (For example, it generally costs more to live in a major city than a rural neighborhood.) Housing Allowance is also affected by pay grade and number of dependents.

3. Medical Professional Pay is calculated based on several factors including Variable Special Pay and Incentive Special Pay, commonly awarded to medical officers. For purposes of this tool, amounts are based on one year of service.

4. Like civilian employers, the Military matches taxes contributed by servicemembers up to 5.65%.

5. Medical Insurance in-kind benefit is estimated at $4,260 per person per year. There is no limit to the value of medical care servicemembers or their families may receive.

6. Dental Insurance in-kind benefit is estimated at $152.28 per year. There is no limit to the value of dental care servicemembers may receive. Family members may be added at a small additional cost.

7. Compensation over time is calculated based on an estimated annual cost-of-living increase of 3.5%.

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