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Is National Guard pay considered military compensation?
Only the following National Guard compensation is considered military compensation and therefore exempt from Michigan tax:
- Weeknight and regular weekend drills
- Summer camp
- Pay received for riot duty if nationalized by the president of the United States
- Public Health Officers pay for those assigned to the Coast Guard or who are nonresidents of Michigan
- Retirement/Pension benefits