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Starting, Stopping or Changing Allotments Log into myPay. Select \u201cAllotments\u201d For EFT Allotments, you can START or CHANGE or STOP an allotment amount and STOP an existing allotment. For Home Loan and Navy Mutual Aid Service allotments, you can only STOP or CHANGE money amounts.
What Is A Military Allotment? A military allotment is an automatic deduction from your military pay. Any active duty service member can set up an allotment to have money automatically deducted for two different types: a discretionary allotment and their non-discretionary counterparts.
You can have up to six discretionary allotments per month and any number of non-discretionary allotments, but you may not have more than 15 allotments per month. You may not use allotments to purchase, lease or rent personal property.
Q: Where can I find DoD Directives and Instructions? A: You may download DoD directives, instructions, manuals, pubs, forms, and other issuances from the Official DoD Issuances website sponsored by Washington Headquarters Services.
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Discretionary Allotments A discretionary allotment is a voluntary allotment that is setup by a member and may be stopped, started or adjusted at will. Members are authorized no more than six discretionary allotments.
Visit To access their Forms. Peruse a database of available OPNAV forms for Navy and Marine Corps users. Some forms can be filled out prior to download or printing. Lists all forms for the National Guard Bureau (NGB), the Air National Guard (ANG) and Army National Guard (ARNG).
The DD Form 2058, State of Legal Residence Certificate, can be found in the Finance Office and is used by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) to indicate that you have changed your domicile for military pay purposes.
An allotment is a designated amount of money that is automatically distributed for you, from your pay. You can have allotments sent to bank accounts, insurance companies and more.
Allotments are only disbursed once a month. The system withholds half of the allotment amount from the mid-month pay. This amount is held by the system until the second half is withheld from the end-of-month pay. The full amount of the allotment will disburse to the designated account on the 1st of every month.

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