Tax Statement Schedule

Defense Finance
and Accounting Service
Providing payment services of the U.S. Department of Defense

2013 tax statement delivery schedule

INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 3, 2013) – Pay customers of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service are scheduled to receive their 2013 tax statements between mid-December through January.

Most of the W-2 and 1099 forms will be available a week earlier via the online myPay pay account management system for active duty and reserve military members, retired military members, annuitants and federal civilian employees paid by DFAS.

2013 tax statement myPay and USPS mail schedule:
Form/Document Date available on myPay Dates mailed via the U.S. Postal Service
Retiree Account Statement Dec 5, 2013 Dec 19, 2013 to Jan 10, 2014
Retiree 1099R Dec 18, 2013 Dec 19, 2013 to Jan 10, 2014
Annuitant Account Statement (AAS)     Dec 15, 2013 Dec 19. 2013 – Jan 10, 2014
Annuitant 1099R   Dec 15, 2013  Dec 19. 2013 – Jan 10, 2014
Military VSI/SSB W-2 *   Not available via myPay   Jan 5-10, 2014
Civilian employee W-2 (DoD/Non-DoD)  Jan 5, 2014  Jan 8-12, 2014
Reserve Army, Navy, Air Force W-2   Jan 8, 2014  Jan 10-14, 2014
Army Non-Appropriated Fund Civilian Pay W-2 ** Jan 14, 2014  Not available via USPS
Marine Corps Active & Reserve W-2    Jan 15, 2014 Jan 16-20, 2014
Vendor Pay 1099  Not available via myPay  Jan 20-31, 2014
Savings Deposit Program 1099INT   Jan 23, 2014  Jan 23-24, 2014
Active Duty Army, Navy, Air Force W-2   Jan 24, 2014  Jan 24-29, 2014
Vendor Pay MISC W-2 Jan 31, 2014  Jan 20-31, 2014
Travel PCS  W-2 ***  Jan 31, 2014  Jan 20-31, 2014

* VSI/SSB: Voluntary Separation Incentive/Special Separation Benefit
** PCS: Permanent Change of Station
*** Military non-appropriate fund civilian employees receive tax statements from their respective military service. Army NAF employee tax statements are made available via myPay.

Why use myPay?

Information is made available faster electronically. This is why myPay users get their W-2s and 1099s up to a week earlier than those who wait for the mail to arrive. Retrieving tax statements and other pay information online is a lot more secure as long as they protect their password.

There is also convenience in printing W-2s and 1099’s when they’re needed rather than searching through papers, files and drawers for an envelope you received weeks or months before.

The DFAS website has information about online security at Updated Dec 3,2013