DFAS has announced when it will release tax forms via myPay. They are only saying that paper forms will be mailed by January 31, 2020.
Release Dates for Military Related Tax Forms for 2020
Military Retiree Form 1099-R
December 19, 2019
Civilian DoD Retiree Form 1099-R
December 21, 2019
Army, Navy, Air Force Reserve W-2
January 7, 2020
Marine Corps (Active and Reserve) W-2
January 11, 2020
Civilian DoD Employee W-2
January 18, 2020
Active Army, Navy, Air Force W-2
January 22, 2020
Savings Deposit Program 1099-Int
January 24, 2020
IRS Form 1095 (All Military and Civilian)
January 29, 2020
Travel and Miscellaneous W-2
January 31, 2020
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