5 CFR § 581.104 - Moneys which are not subject to garnishment.
(b) Payments or portions of payments made by the Department of Veterans Affairs pursuant to sections 501–562 of title 38 of the United States Code, in which the entitlement of the payee is based on non-service-connected disability or death, age, and need;
(c) Refunds and other payments made in connection with overpayments or erroneous payments of income tax and other taxes levied under title 26 of the United States Code;
(f) Education and vocational rehabilitation benefits for veterans and eligible persons under chapters 30, 31, 32, 35, and 36 of title 38, United States Code, and chapters 106 and 107 of title 10, United States Code;
(h) Reimbursement for expenses incurred by an individual in connection with his/her employment, or allowances in lieu thereof, and other payments and allowances, including, but not limited to:
(1) In the case of civilian employees:
(i) Uniform allowances;
(ii) Travel and transportation expenses (including mileage allowances);
(iii) Relocation expenses;
(iv) Storage expenses;
(v) Post differentials;
(vi) Foreign areas allowances;
(vii) Education allowances for dependents;
(viii) Separate maintenance allowances;
(ix) Post allowances and supplementary post allowances;
(x) Home service transfer allowances;
(xi) Quarters allowances;
(xiii) Remote worksite allowance; and
(xiv) Per diem allowances.
(2) In the case of members of the uniformed services:
(i) Position pay (Navy only);
(ii) Basic allowance for quarters;
(iii) Basic allowance for subsistence;
(iv) Station allowances;
(v) Armed Forces health professions scholarship stipends;
(vi) Public Health Service scholarship stipends;
(vii) Travel and transportation allowances;
(viii) Dislocation allowances;
(ix) Family separation allowances;
(x) ROTC subsistence allowance;
(xi) Allowance for recruiting expenses;
(xii) Education allowances for dependents;
(xiii) Clothing allowances for enlisted personnel;
(xiv) Uniform allowances; and
(xv) Personal money allowances for General and Flag officers, and for the Surgeon General of the United States.
(3) In the case of volunteers serving under either the Domestic Volunteer Service Act or the Peace Corps Act, all allowances, including, but not limited to, readjustment allowances, stipends, and reimbursements for out-of-pocket expenses.
(i) Moneys due a deceased employee obligor where the amounts are reimbursement for expenses incurred by the deceased employee in connection with his/her employment, or allowances in lieu thereof, including:
(1) Per diem instead of subsistence, mileage, and amounts due in reimbursement of travel expenses, including incidental and miscellaneous expenses in connection therewith;
(2) Allowances on change of official station;
(3) Quarters allowances; and
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