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What kinds of information can you access on DFAS My Pay?

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The Defense Finance and Accounting Service MyPay website allows active and retired Department of Defense employees to access and manage pay and benefit information, including monthly leave and earning statements and tax data. Users can update direct deposit information, track deductions and stop or start automatic pay allotments, such as health insurance premiums.

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Eligible users of the MyPay system include active and reserve members of the armed forces other than the Coast Guard, veterans and survivors receiving benefits and DOD civilian employees. Access provides all users with the ability to maintain addresses, email and other contact information. Users can download annual tax forms, such as W-2s and 1095s.

The leave and earnings statement includes current and year to date pay, available vacation time, tax deductions and other payroll information. Service members can also enroll in or update information for retirement accounts and set up new allotments that automatically send money to bank accounts, creditors or charities.

Retirees have access to their retiree account statement, as well as a DFAS retiree newsletter and other benefits, including a counter that tracks the number of remaining premium payments for a given benefit. Retirees have access to five years of prior pay statements, as well as a downloadable letter verifying retirement benefits.

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