Investigation of Bureau of Internal Revenue: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Investigation of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, United States Senate, Sixty-eighth Congress, First[-second] Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 168, Authorizing the Appointment of a Special Committee to Investigate the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Volumen9

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Página 1582 - Any allowance made to a taxpayer by a contracting Department of the Government or by any other contractor for amortization' or fall in the value of property, either as a part of the cost of production or as a part of the price of the product, shall be included in gross income.
Página 1477 - You may, if desirable, request a conference before the Income Tax Unit in connection with the appeal to be held within the period prior to the expiration of five days after the time prescribed for the filing of the appeal. If the Income Tax Unit is unable to concede the points raised in your appeal, it will...
Página 1582 - ... claims arising out of the cancellation or termination of contracts, shall be included in gross income. All payments arising out of the settlement of such claims shall be included in the accrued income of the taxable year in which such cancellation or termination (whether formal or informal) occurred. The amount of amortization to be allowed as a deduction from gross income, for the purpose of the tax, shall be computed in accordance with the provisions of articles 181 to 189, pursuant to which...
Página 1477 - In accordance with the provisions of section 250 (d) of the Revenue Act of 1921...
Página 1517 - There is no reasonable ground for contending that the state may not use the methods of business to ascertain such values. In such a case, it is not compelled to ignore, or discount, the facts of demonstrated availability, quantity, and quality of mineral. If a rule or method exists by which engineers and business men ascertain the values of ore bodies for the purpose of buying...
Página 1517 - ... of business to ascertain such values. In such a case, it is not compelled to ignore, or discount, the facts of demonstrated availability, quantity, and quality of mineral. If a rule or method exists by which engineers and business men ascertain the values of ore bodies for the purpose of buying and selling them, if no better rule is or can be suggested, how can it be said that the rule is wrong in principle when adopted by the state? The state must, of necessity, treat the peculiar subject of...
Página 1483 - Payment of the amount of additional tax should not be made until a bill is received from the collector of internal revenue for your district and remittance should then be made to him in accordance with the terms of the notice.
Página 1483 - In view of the limitation of time for making additional assessments as provided in the revenue act of 1921. together with the desire of the Income Tax Unit to make additional assessments only after careful consideration of all the facts in the case, it will be necessary, if an appeal is filed as...
Página 1553 - There may be a question in the minds of some of the members of the committee as to why the Housing Agency is here supporting this particular request.
Página 1530 - The practice, therefore, of valuing upon tables constructed on the assumption of reproducing capital at the same high rate of interest as that which may be realized on it is opposed to the truth, and calculated to mislead and injure a purchaser to a very large extent." Hoskold reasoned that the value of an annuity (purchase price of a mine) was determined by providing a desired return on the capital plus recovery of capitaL A redemption fund or a portion of the annuity (annual amounts) was to be...

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