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Chapter 9 Separations, Discharges and Retirements
whichever is less. Expenses identified by a member that will be used in the purchase of any real estate or living  accommodations  will  not  be  considered  as  a  basis for  authorizing  or  determining  the  amount  of  the advance. Liquidation Liquidation of the advance usually will be at a rate of  not  less  than  equal  monthly  installments  of one-twelfth of the amount advanced per month for the next 12 months. Collection action will begin on the first day of the month after payment of the advance has been made, unless a delay is justified by the member and approved by the authorized official. In the case of an approved  delay,  the  beginning  of  the  collection  can  be delayed up to 3 months after the advance is paid. Repayment  may  be  spread  over  more  than  12 months, but the repayment period must not exceed the member’s  tour  at  that  station.  Upon  receipt  of information that the member has vacated the housing for which the advance was made, action will be taken immediately to recoup in lump sum the amount of any advance  made. SUMMARY Overseas  station  allowances  and  VHAs  are  all designed to help offset the additional costs that maybe incurred by a member based upon the PDS. The rates payable are set by the PDTTAC and are based upon surveys  of  actual  expenses  that  members  incur.  Each member’s  entitlement  is  based  upon  paygrade  and income, and these factors are taken into account when the computation for the member’s entitlement is made. Computations  for  these  allowance  may  seem  difficult to someone who does not work with them regularly. Once you have done a few of these computations, others will seem quite simple. There  are  many  additional aspects concerning overseas station allowances and VHAs that could not be covered within the scope of this chapter. For complete regulations concerning these entitlements, refer to the JFTR, Volume 1, chapters 8 and 9. 8-23

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