2014 Military Pay Charts

The President has signed the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law, and it includes a 1.0% increase in military pay. This increase will be effective 1 January 2014, and you will see the increase in your 15 January 2014 paycheck.

While 1.0% is not a huge increase, and it is much less than the 1.8% increase supported by veterans groups. An E-6 with 8 years of service will get a raise of $32 per month, an O-3 with four years of service will get a raise of $51 per month.  I know that some people are very upset that the raise isn’t more, and I understand.  Personally, however, I am thankful that there is any increase at all.

Check out the 2014 pay charts, or use our Military Pay Calculator to figure the total amount of your military pay.  The calculator is super-nifty; it lets you include all special pays, allowances, and other information to calculate your total military pay.  It is also very easy to use.  You should definitely give it a look-see.

Still looking to verify BAS rates; I’ll let you know when I find out.

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Kate Horrell
Kate Horrell is a military financial coach, mom of four teens, and Navy spouse. She has a background in taxes and mortgage banking, and a trove of experience helping other military families with their money. Follow her on twitter @realKateHorrell.

6 Comments on "2014 Military Pay Charts"

  1. What’s the hold-up with publishing BAS rates? I know it will be only a dollar or two increase but it would be nice to get some confirmation of 2014 rates.

  2. Do you happen to know how much the BAH is for a 2nd LT officer that has been in for 4 years? Do they base it off rank?

  3. I’m trying to find pay rate changes for any lower enlisted soldiers E-1 to E-5. I’ve been searching and can’t find one. Any help locating one would be appreciated.

  4. 2014 BAS Rates
    357.55 Enlisted
    246.24 Officer

  5. http://www.dfas.mil/dms/dfas/militarymembers/pdf/
    Has the DFAS pay table which includes the BAS shown above by Daniel.

  6. What kind of BS is this, I have surfed all the different articles on retired pay
    tables and all you get are more articles and BS figures. Show me an actual
    DFAS pay retired pay chart.

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