You'll still be paying federal income tax, though you will get a tax credit for taxes paid to Germany. (There is something called foreign earned income exclusion, but I think you have to live abroad for the entire tax year to qualify for that...)So if it's for 18 months, and I leave in June/July, then I wouldn't be eligible for that tax credit until 2004? I'd most likely be overseas for most, if not all, of 2004.I still hope they'll work out a SOFA for us, but as a civilian contractor, they're apparantly not obligated to do that. Any other info will be greatly appreciated.Thanks.-Steve
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