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Thank you for your question. If you go on the DFAS website you can look up your entitlement to BAH for your area at the partial rate.
Please note, however, that once you are divorced you will have no entielment to BAH unless it is adjudged or agreed upon in your divorce decree.
I hope this helps.
Sure. You can use this website:http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/bahCalc.cfm
And this website, while not official, has useful information:http://militarybenefits.info/2016-bah-basic-allowance-for-housing-rates/
I can't tell you that. You need to look up the BAH differential rate on the website by entering in the area you live (zip code). That will give you the amount you are entitled to.
Try this site: http://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/pdcFiles.cfm?dir=/Allowances/Non-Locality_BAH/
It appears the non-locality rate for an E-5 is $889.20.
Also, since you are not yet divorced, you can call the finance personnel on the nearest base, or his base, and ask them to confirm your entitlement.
Yes, that is the locality rate.
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