## What is the base pay for an E3?

$2,161 per month

A Private First Class is a enlisted soldier in the United States Army at DoD paygrade E-3. A Private First Class receives a monthly basic pay salary starting at $2,161 per month, with raises up to $2,436 per month once they have served for over 3 years.

**How much do e 3s make a year?**

Navy Seaman Salary Calculator

E-3 Basic Pay with 2 or less Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 Over 8 Over 10 Over 12 Over 14 Over 16 Over 18 Over 20 Over 22 Over 24 Over 26 Over 28 Over 30 Over 32 Over 34 Over 36 Over 38 Over 40 years service | $25,927.20 per year |

Total Estimated Compensation | $46,128.59 per year |
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**How much does an active duty E3 make?**

The salaries of E3 – Private First Class (Army)s in the US range from $14,121 to $28,987 , with a median salary of $22,494 .

### How much does an E-3 make in basic training?

$2,103.90

Army Basic Training Pay E-2 is $2,000.70 and E-3 is $2,103.90. The pay for E-4 through E-7 ranks increase as you go up, topping off a $3,207.60 per month. These pay rates are a 3.1 percent increase from last year; in 2020 for example, E-2s earned $1,943 per month.

**How much does an E-3 make in the Air Force after taxes?**

Air Force Airman First Class Salary Calculator

E-3 Basic Pay with 2 or less Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 Over 8 Over 10 Over 12 Over 14 Over 16 Over 18 Over 20 Over 22 Over 24 Over 26 Over 28 Over 30 Over 32 Over 34 Over 36 Over 38 Over 40 years service | $25,927.20 per year |

Total Estimated Compensation | $46,128.59 per year |
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**How much do E3 make in the Marines?**

Lance Corporal (E-3) basic Marine active-duty salary As of 2020, the basic Marine active-duty pay for Lance Corporal (E-3) Marines is: Less than two years of service: $2,042.70 per month or $24,512.40 per year. Two years of service: $2,171.10 per month or $26,053.20 per year.

#### Is military BAH taxed?

While all pays are taxable, most allowances are tax-exempt. The primary allowances for most individuals are BAS and BAH, which are tax-exempt.

**Do single soldiers get BAS?**

BAS is a military pay allotment meant to cover the cost of food. Single service members with meal cards for the dining facility — typically troops who live in the barracks — do not receive BAS. Instead, the allotment is given only to troops who live off base or those who receive a “separate rations” waiver.

**What do Army privates get paid?**

A Private is a enlisted soldier in the United States Army at DoD paygrade E-1. A Private receives a monthly basic pay salary starting at $1,833 per month, with raises up to $1,833 per month once they have served for over 2 years.