Tax Revision Compendium: Compendium of Papers on Broadening the Tax Base, 3. cilt

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - 2382 sayfa
 

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A Proposed New Treatment for Corporate Distributions and Sales
1643
Regulated Investment CompaniesTax TreatmentEdwin S Cohen
1653
Regulated Investment CompaniesNature of OperationsHerbert
1671
Real Estate Investment SyndicateHarry Janin
1679
Real Estate Investment TrustsH Cecil Kilpatrick
1697
Treatment of Partners and PartnershipsArthur Willis
1707
Subchapter SIts Role in the Tax LawsJoseph P Driscoll
1723
Subchapter SSome Policy QuestionsKarl R Price
1731
Report on Subchapter SFrederick A Nicholson
1741
Estates and TrustsNorman A Sugarman
1749
Personal Deductions and the Federal Income TaxRay Trammell 457
1754
Income of Estates and TrustsJames P Johnson and Weston Vernon Jr
1759
Comparative Tax Treatment of Mutual Savings Institutions and Com
1767
The Corporation Income Tax and Its Application to Mutual Finance
1783
Federal Income Taxation of Mutual Savings Banks and Savings and Loan
1795
An Analysis of the Federal Income Tax Law and Its Application to Mutual
1811
Federal Income Taxes of Mutual Financial Companies with Particular
1819
VOLUME 1
1826
Some Considerations on the Taxation of Credit UnionsJohn T Croteau
1833
The Taxation of CooperativesFred W Peel
1867
Taxation of CooperativesWilliam C Warren
1879
A Functional Approach to the Federal Income Taxation of Farmers
1889
CooperativesSamuel J Lanahan
1901
The Exemption of Cooperatives from Income TaxationRoswell Magill
1927
Cooperatives and Federal Income TaxesWilfrid E Rumble
1939
The Proper Treatment of CooperativesCharles E Nieman
1967
TAXATION OF INSURANCE COMPANIES
1983
Federal Taxation of the Interest Paid by States and Political Subdivisions
2092
Tax Exempt OrganizationsLewis E Harris
2101
Business Income of Exempt OrganizationsNorman Sugarman
2115
Business Activities of Exempt Scientific Research OrganizationsScott
2127
General Revenue RevisionElisha Hanson 1097
2133
Taxation of Income from Foreign SourcesRoy Blough_
2145
Special Problems in Corporate Taxation Foreign IncomeRaphael Sherfy
2153
Foreign Income and Foreign CorporationsIra T Wender
2171
Foreign Source Income Its Relationship to the Tax Base and Rates
2181
Reporting Foreign Business Income After Currency DevaluationWilliam Patty
2189
How Progressive Is the Income Tax? Richard A Musgrave
2223
TREATMENT OF CAPITAL GAINS
2225
Taxation and the Size Distribution of Income Robert J Lampman
2235
Income Tax Rates and Incentives To Work and To InvestGeorge
2247
Individual Income Tax Rates Arthur Smithies
2257
Individual Income Tax Rates and Rate StructureRoland M Bixler
2265
The Corporation Income Tax An Empirical AppraisalArnold C
2278
Corporation Income Tax RatesRichard Goode
2281
Corporate Income Tax Rate StructureM Slade Kendrick
2289
Corporate Income Tax RatesGeorge Terborgh
2299
Corporate Rates and Need for Balanced Economic GrowthNathaniel
2313
Builtin Tax Flexibility and the Experience of the FiftiesKenyon
2331
White 365
2343
Builtin Flexibility and Monetary ManagementEarl R Rolph
2345
The Personal Income Tax as an Automatic StabilizerE Cary Brown
2357
Flexibility Versus Stability of Revenue YieldHarley L Lutz
2363

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Sayfa 1671 - ... with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Company Act of 1940, such reliance would constitute reasonable cause for purposes of this paragraph.
Sayfa 1928 - Is accumulated and maintained by it a reserve required by State law or a reasonable reserve for any necessary purpose. Such an association may market the products of nonmembers In an amount the value of which does not exceed the value of the products marketed for members...
Sayfa 1950 - In computing taxable income in the same manner as in the case of a cooperative organization not exempt under section 521. Such dividends, refunds, and rebates made after the close of the taxable year and on or before the 15th day of the 9th month following the close of such year...
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