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EXAMPLE  1 CONDITIONS: This example shows TLA computations for an O-1 with one dependent, a spouse. The member is assigned to a ship home-ported in Gaeta, Italy. The per diem rate for the locality is $132 ($66 lodging, $66 M&IE). The member is entitled to monthly BAS of $129 ($4.30 per day) and BAQ of $393.30 per month ($13.11 per day). While the ship is away from its home port on 01 October, the member and spouse arrive in Gaeta and occupy temporary lodging at a cost of $98 per day. Facilities for preparing and consuming meals are not available. On 06 October, the ship returns to its home port and the member reports aboard that day. The ship remains in its home port. COMPUTATIONS: Since the member is waiting for a ship and is in a per diem status for part of the time, the member is not entitled to TLA for the period 01 – 05 October; therefore, two different computations are necessary. 01 05 0ctober 1.  Determine  TLA  percentage  based  on  one  individual. 65% 2. Multiply the percentage in step 1 times the M&IE rate. 65% x $66 = $42.90 3. Add the result in step 2 to the actual daily lodging cost. $42.90 + $49 = $91.90 Divide the lodging cost by 2, because the member is in a per diem status. $98 divided by 2 = $49. 4. Deduct the daily allowance from step 3. $91.90 – 13.11 = $78.79 BAQ = $13.11 BAS =      0.00 (TLA for dependent only) $13.11 5. Determine the maximum TLA rate. Multiply the 65% x $132 = $85.80 percentage in step 1 times the per diem rate. 6. Compare the amounts in steps 4 an 5, and pay the lesser $78.79 vs $85.80; Pay $78.79 for each day. amount  for  each  day. $78.79 x 5 = $393.95 06 10 October 1. Determine the TLA percentage based on two individuals. 100% 2. Multiply the percentage in step 1 times the M&IE rate. 100% x $66 = $66 3. Add the result in step 2 to the actual daily lodging cost. $66 + $98 = $164 4.  Deduct  the  daily  allowance  from  step  3. $164 – $17.41 = $146.59 BAQ = $13.11 BAS = 4.30 $17.41 5.  Determine  the  maximum  TLA  rate.  Multiply  the 100% x $132 = $132 percentage in step 1 times the per diem rate. 6. Compare the amounts in steps 4 and 5, and pay the lesser $132  vs  $146.59; amount for each day. Pay $132 for each day. $132 x 5 = $660 NOTE:  This  example  shows  computations  involving  these  factors:  (1)  A  computation  for  the  member  who  is in  a  per  diem  status  and  (2)  a  regular  computation  for  a  member  and  dependents.  Any  computations  for  subsequent periods would be done in lo-day increments in the same manner as that shown for the period 06 – 10 October. Figure 8-7.-Sample TLA computation involving per diem entitlement. 8-14

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