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Revenue To Defray War Expenses.
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to defray the expenses of interment; (2) a monthly allowance of one-fifth of the annual earnings as above to the widow and each child up to the age of to defray the expenses of interment; (2) a monthly allowance of one-fifth of the annual earnings . to adopt h. j. res. , amending an act entitled "an act to provide revenue and to defray war expenses, approved oct. 3, , so as to subject to the war excess profits tax the compensation of officers and employees under the united states including members of congress.
evenue Act of The term "Revenue Act of " means the Act entitled "An Act Vol. 39, p. to increase the revenue, and for other purposes," approved Septem-ber 8, ; '" Reveoue Act of The term "Revenue Act of " means the Act entitled "An Act ," Ante, p. to provide revenue to defray war expenses, and for other purposes,". The Corporation trust company's war tax service, containing title II.-Estate and war estate tax laws; title IV.-Miscellaneous taxes law including the Capital stock tax on corporations law and other special taxes on occupations of the act to increase the revenue of September 8, , as well as title II.-Excess profits tax law of March 3, repealed, and title II.-War excess profits .
Government needs revenue to finance war In , as a temporary measure to help finance the war, the federal government introduced the Income Tax War Act, covering both personal and corporate income. "I have placed no time limit upon this measure a year or two after the war is over, the measure should be reviewed," stated Sir Thomas White. Defray definition, to bear or pay all or part of (the costs, expenses, etc.): The grant helped defray the expenses of the trip. See more.
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REVENUE TO DEFRAY WAR EXPENSES. industry and production, also without creating opposition and division among our own people. It seems essential that any excess-profits tax be enacted, adminis-tered, and paid in this spirit.
WAR EXCESS-PRo1,ls AcT. Sze. That when used in this title the term "corporation" shall include cor. RBXVNUZ TO DEFRAY WAR EXPENSES. The term "1United States" means only the States, the Territories of AlaskaandHawaii, andthe District of Columnbia; The term"taxable year"means the twelve months ending Decein- ber thirty-first, excepting in thwe case of a corporation or partflership which has fixed its owLfiscal year, in whioh case it means such fiscal year.
The. Senate Committee on Finance: Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC Books Revenue to defray war expenses hearings and briefs before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, sixty-fifth Congress, first session on H.
an act to provide revenue to defray war expenses and for other purposes. Page - Internal Revenue' is a war tax, and, so long as the law continues, the money derived therefrom should be sacredly devoted to the relief of the people from the remaining burdens of the war, and be made a fund to defray the expense of the care and comfort of.
To Defray the Expenses of the War One-fourth by Public Loans One-fourth by State Loans One-fourth by Duties One-fourth by Taxes and Excise Thus averting sacrifices on Loans and speeding the War.
Most businesses with $10 million annual sales revenue have total annual expenses over $9 million, or more than 90 percent of their sales revenue.
Few businesses earn 10 percent or higher bottom-line profit on their sales revenue. It takes a lot of accounts to keep track of over $9 million in expenses. defray costs/expenses From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English defray costs/expenses defray costs/expenses formal PAY FOR to give someone back the money that they have spent on something The proceeds from the competition help to defray the expenses of the evening.
→ defray Examples from the Corpus defray costs/expenses • Donations. The true price of publishing The publisher needs to maximise revenues in order to defray its outlay. there are no printing costs. But if, says Levine, the real value of a book Author: William Skidelsky.
Khums on spoils of war used to be the major source of revenue of the Islamic State during its expansionist period, particularly during the period of the Prophet and the right-guided caliphs.
Khums on the produce of the mines or mineral wealth. Onthe House of Representatives passed an act "to provide revenue to defray war expenses and for other purposes." In the original bill.
REVENUE TO DEFRAY WAR EXPENSES. M r. ScoriELD. The appropriations which will be made. We have $17, pending now. The THUmA. 'Ihat will confuse our business very much, Pe-' cause, upon the appropriations that have already been made.
Scofiield, the Treasury Department advises us that they estimated. BOOK V: OF THE REVENUE OF THE SOVEREIGN OR THE COMMONWEALTH. Of the expenses of the sovereign or the commonwealth. Summary – Section One. The most important duty of the sovereign is to protect society from violence and invasion from other societies, and this can only be done by means of military force.
STATUTES AT LARGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FROM APRIL,TO MARCH, to provide revenue to defray war expenses, and for other purposes," approved October 3, ; the books of the corporation, and is received by a taxpayer after November 1,and before the expiration of thirty days after the.
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On JGeorge S. Boutwell became its first commissioner. Civil War Expenses. Written Oath for Defraying Expenses To the President of Waseda University Nationality: Full Name: Date of Birth: 19 / / (Year) (Month) (Day) (male/female) I agree to defray all costs for the above person upon his/her stay in Japan.
I will explain the circumstances of this agreement below and give an oath to defray these expenses. Volume 39 Statutes at Large, 64th Congress Session I, Chapterp.enacted September 8, ; An Act To increase the revenue, and for other purposes.
Volume 40 Statutes at Large, 65th Congress Session II, Chap p. enacted October 3, ; An Act To provide revenue to defray war expenses. The conflicts of the s between Britain, France and other European powers changed the balance of power in the Americas.
InBritain emerged from the Seven Years' War as the dominant power in North America The British government thought it fair that the American colonies should contribute.
The added revenue was used to defray the costs of war. The first war tax stamp was produced in by Spain, during the Third Carlist War. Canada's war tax stamps were produced with modified dies of its Admiral series, first to read WAR TAX, and lather to read 1T¢, meaning that the stamp carried both its face value and the added tax of 1 cent.defray (dĭ-frā′) tr.v.
defrayed, defraying, defrays To undertake the payment of (costs or expenses); pay. [French défrayer, from Old French desfrayer: des- de- + *frai, expense (from Latin frāctum, from neuter past participle of frangere, to break; see bhreg- in Indo-European roots).] defray′able adj.
defray′al n. defray. To finance the Civil War, the Union government levied taxes on products, companies, and incomes. How income taxes have – and haven't – .