[QUOTE=Pvt Dominguez]My last two RSP Drill pay had tax deduction which is normal on any check, including SGLI. But they also had at the end of the statement a "Debt Payment" deduction, my question is why!? lol ...AM i like paying the countries debt? lol cause I dont owe anyone money including the Army. Ive never taken a loan out or anything. they've taken a total of 80 dollars in debt payment last two checks and its starting to hurt![/QUOTE]
I'd be willing to bet just about anything that the debt is for SGLI. It starts being taken out the day you join, so if you join on 31JAN, then you still are charged for the month of Jan. So...if you dont drill for a month or two after you join then you'll have the SGLI debt since the day you joined.
13B, 42A, 79T
RSP NCO: Jan 07-Apr 12
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