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The New Internal Revenue Law, approved June 30, 1864

The New Internal Revenue Law, approved June 30, 1864

with copious marginal references, a complete analytical index, and tables of taxation

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Published by D. Appleton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internal revenue law -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Horace E. Dresser
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 10303-10304
    ContributionsDresser, Horace E.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination122 p.
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14723569M

    "An Act To provide Internal Revenue to support the Government, to pay Interest on the Public Debt, and for other Purposes," Ch. , 13 Stat. , , J 4 SEC. The word "State," when used in this Title, shall be construed to include the Territories and the District of Columbia. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] INDEX TO LAWS RELATING TO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, COMPILED FROM THE REVISED STATUTES, APPROVED J WASH INGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICBE. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] I:NDEX. A. Section. Section.

    The first revenue stamps in the United States were used briefly during colonial times, among the most notable usage involved the Stamp after independence, the first revenue stamps printed by the United States government were issued in the midst of the American Civil War, prompted by the urgent need to raise revenue to pay for the great costs it incurred. J 4SEC. The word “State,” when used in this Title, shall be construed to include the Territories and the District of Columbia Revised Statutes –’74, Title 35 Internal Revenue Ch. 1, p. , approved retroactively as of the Act of March 2, , amended and approved .

    NEW YORK, Oct. 6, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Practising Law Institute (PLI) announces the release of the new edition of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act Answer Book, authored by . Prior Period (January 1, through J ) Estimated vs. Actual Payments (as required in HSC section (a)) G Enter Estimated Obligations Funded by RPTIF (Should be the lesser of Finance's approved RPTTF amount including admin allowance or the actual amount distributed).


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Get this from a library. The new Internal Revenue Law, approved Jwith copious marginal references, a complete analytical index, and tables of taxation. [Horace E Dresser; United States.]. The Internal Revenue Laws: Act Approved Jas Amended by Acts of March 3,and J ; Together with the Acts Amendatory: with Copious Marginal References, a Complete Analytical Index and Tables of Taxation and Exemption.

THE NEW INTERNAL REVENUE LAW, approved J ; with copious Marginal References, Complete Analytical Index and Tables of Taxation. Compiled by HORACE E. DRESSER. 8vo. New-York: D. APPLETON. Commissioner of Internal Revenue collected $ million.

The Revenue Act of Jauthorized the Commissioner of Internal Revenue to compromise all suits “relating to internal revenue,” to abate outstanding assessments and to refund taxes subject to current regulations. Property Seizures and Tax Refunds. United States v. Hodson, 77 U.S.

10 Wall. () United States v. if the said William Hodson shall truly and faithfully conform to all the provisions of an act entitled 'An act to provide internal revenue,' approved Jit is a valid contract at common law A mortgage or any other approved security voluntarily.

The prosecution is founded on the forty-eighth section of the act of Jas amended by the ninth section of the act of J (14 Stat. ); a section enacted at a comparatively early day in the history of the internal-revenue acts of this country, and which has remained on the statute-book, with some modifications, ever.

The Internal Revenue Code (IRC), formally the Internal Revenue Code ofis the domestic portion of federal statutory tax law in the United States, published in various volumes of the United States Statutes at Large, and separately as Title 26 of the United States Code (USC).

It is organized topically, into subtitles and sections, covering income tax in the United States, payroll taxes. The Internal Revenue Act of13 Stat. (J ), increased the income tax rates established by the Revenue Act of The measure was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln.

Provisions. Section of the Act imposed the tax on "the gains, profits, and income of every person residing in the United States, or of any citizen of the United States residing abroad, whether.

Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for the Year Ending Jp. xiii. C.G. (41/2), "The Internal Revenue System," note 98 supra, at The journal also derided the federal tax system as overly complex, both by design and in administration.

"The whole law wants simplicity of arrangement. U.S. Supreme Court United States v. Smith, 75 U.S. 8 Wall. () United States v. Smith. 75 U.S. (8 Wall.) Syllabus. Under the Act of Jto provide internal revenue to support the government &c., which requires a license to persons exercising certain occupations and fixes the limit to its duration, the parties to the bond given on the granting of the license are not.

A third piece of revenue legislation became law on Jincreasing the progressive income tax rates established in and adding a tax to some consumer goods including tobacco products. Another persistent challenge was the low number of men volunteering to serve in the Union army.

The prosecution is founded on the forty-eighth section of the act of Jas amended by the ninth section of the act of J (14 Stat. ); a section enacted at a comparatively early day in the history of the internal-revenue acts of this country, and which has remained on the statute-book, with some modifications, ever.

Such being the facts, these clerks are subjected to and required to account for and pay the salary tax, imposed by the one hundred and twenty-third section of the internal revenue act of Jas amended by the ninth section of the internal revenue act of Jupon payments for services to persons in the civil employment or.

In July of that year, Congress passed a new Internal Revenue Act that adjusted the Revenue Act of by imposing a 3% tax rate on annual incomes between $ and $10, and a 5% rate on incomes over that amount.

Revenue from this source totaled less than $20 million in Act of Jch.13 Stat.3 Circular Letter to Assessors-Publication of the Annual list of Assessment on Income Returns to be Discontinued, Internal Revenue Record and Customs Journal, Vol.

XI, Number 15 (Apr. 5, ). 4 Act of Jch.16 Stat.5 Income Tax Act of Augch.Further, the original internal revenue act, in which, by sect 'the commissioner of internal revenue, subject to regulations prescribed by the secretary of the treasury,' was authorized to pay back duties erroneously and illegally collected by the government, etc., was enacted on June   Revenue Act Of This act increased taxes and implemented the first federal income tax in the United States.

The Revenue Act of was Author: Julia Kagan. Act of J13 Stat.3 Treasury Decision (April 5, ). 4 Act of J16 Stat.5 Income Tax Act of Augch.28 Stat. the law since that time, the basic statutory scheme established in remains in place today. Publicity of Tax ReturnsFile Size: 1MB.

revenue measure. The act of (12 Stat. ) provided for a tax to be levied, assessed, and collected in the yearthe tax to be based on income for the "preceding" year, that is, the year This tax which was due and payable on or before Jwas levied only for that 1 year.

Inin order to meet the need of continued war. Section of the 'Act to provide internal revenue to support the government, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes,' approved J(13 St. at Large,) provides as follows.(Record Group 56) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History General Records of the Office of the Secretary Letters sent Letters received Correspondence and other records of the Secretary and Assistant Secretaries Records of the Division of Appointments Correspondence The original Internal Revenue Act was significantly modified by the amendment of March 3, (12 Stat.

), and by the Internal Revenue Act of J (13 Stat. ). Congress, by joint resolution of July 4, ( Stat. ), levied a special Income .