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Federal income tax, 1861-1872

Harold Q. Langenderfer

Federal income tax, 1861-1872

by Harold Q. Langenderfer

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Income tax -- Law and legislation -- United States -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHarold Q. Langenderfer.
      SeriesDimensions of accounting theory and practice
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF6369 .L36 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (835 p.) ;
      Number of Pages835
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4093190M
      ISBN 100405134932
      LC Control Number80001500

        Remember that the U.S. government functioned and was fully funded for more than years without an income tax — except for the period , when Lincoln instituted one to pay for the War Against Separation. But what about the national debt, you ask? The crowd believes that there is a “national debt.” They believe this for good reason. Description of proposals relating to the federal income tax treatment of certain intangible property (H.R. , H.R. , and H.R. ): scheduled for hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means on October 2 / (Washington: U.S. G.P.O.

      CORPORATE MANAGERS, AGENCY COSTS, AND THE RISE OF DOUBLE TAXATION STEVEN A. BANK* a federal income tax was first employed in at the onset of the Civil HAROLD Q. LANGENDEzRR, 2 THE FEDERAL INCOME TA, , at (). Discussing the same provision under the Act, Langenderfer. Langenderfer, The Federal Income Tax REEDER Stettier, Editor, Auditing Symposium IV: Proceedings of the Touche Ross/ University of Kansas Symposium on Auditing Problems Zeff, Editor, Selected Dickinson Lectures in Accounting: .

      The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican Party, – () Summers, Mark Wahlgren. Rum, Romanism & Rebellion: The Making of a President, () Van Deusen, Glyndon G. Horace Greeley, Nineteenth-Century Crusader () Welch, Richard E. George Frisbie Hoar and the Half Breed Republicans Dimensions of law in the service of order [electronic resource]: origins of the federal income tax, / Robert Stanley. Main author: Stanley, Robert, Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.


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The First National Income Tax, – by. Sheldon D. Pollack* The federal income tax is the single most important source of revenue for the national government of the United States, generating more than 5 5 percent of total annual receipts.

WhileFile Size: KB. No other book has looked at the Republican Party and the Civil War income tax. Most books on the subject, such as Edwin Seligman's The Income Tax, Steven Weisman's The Great Tax Wars, and John Witte's The Politics and Development of the Federal Income Tax, look at the overall development of the income tax, but this work focuses on Republicans : Hardcover.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Langenderfer, Harold Q. Federal income tax, New York: Arno Press, (OCoLC) The FirsT naTional income Tax 1 1 The First National Income Tax, – shelDon D.

PollacK* AbsTrAcT During the first months of the 1861-1872 book civil War, an important political debate played 1861-1872 book in the ess over how to restructure the nation’s. system of public finance and taxation. The fiscal crisis occasioned by the mili-File Size: KB. The American system --Formation of the Republican Party --First federal income tax, --The revision of --The tax law --The attempt of a flat tax rate, --A deep divide, --One last try, --Republicans since Read the full-text online edition of The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican Party, ().

Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican Party, Chapter 3- The First Federal Income. The Federal Income Tax: to gives a detailed presenta¬tion of a technical, legal area.

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The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican Party, Few people realize that the economic principle of income tax elimination among Republicans can be traced back at least to the Civil War and Reconstruction. This book shows that current attacks by members of the Republican Party on the income tax have their roots in the.

The Civil War Income Tax and the Republican Party, – Manuscript. New York: Algora Publishing, Stabile, Donald. The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, – () excerpt and text search.

1 - Forestalling the Popular Clamor": Centrism, Class Tension, and the First Federal Income Tax Laws, " 15 2 - The Income Tax, Incorporated, An income tax is a tax imposed on individuals or entities that varies with respective income or profits (taxable income).Income tax generally is computed as the product of a tax rate times taxable income.

Taxation rates may vary by type or characteristics of the taxpayer. The tax rate may increase as taxable income increases (referred to as graduated or progressive rates). The tax imposed on. Follow Harold Q. Langenderfer and explore their bibliography from 's Harold Q.

Langenderfer Author Page. Federal Income Taxation: Tax Returns, Tax Planning by Harold Q. Langenderfer avg rating — 0 ratings — published The Federal income tax, (Dimensions of accounting theory and practice) by Langenderfer, Harold Q., Br ISBN: List Price: $ OUT OF STOCK.

The US federal government imposed the first personal income tax on August 5,to help pay for its war effort in the American Civil War - (3% of all incomes over US$) (equivalent to $ 22, in ). [11] [12] [13] This tax was repealed and replaced by another income tax in [14] [15] It was only in that the first peacetime income tax was passed through the Wilson-Gorman tariff.

Harold Q. Langenderfer is the author of Rational Accounting Concepts ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Federal Income Taxation This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Other accounts, which focus primarily on the congressional politics of the enactments, include STEVEN A.

BANK, KIRK J. STARK & JOSEPH J. THORNDIKE, WAR AND TAXES (); HAROLD O. LANGENDERFER, THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX (). This material has been published as a monograph: JANE FLAHERTY, THE REVENUE IMPERATIVE (). continuously had income tax starting and extending beyond Wisconsin income tax starting in (these are just examples, not at all a complete list) Federal income tax before Revenue Act of 3% tax on all individuals whose annual incomes were above $ per year.

Revenue Act of The Federal Income Tax – REEDER Auditing Symposium IV: Proceedings of the Touche Ross/University of Kansas Symposium on Auditing Problems – LAMBERT Selected Dickinson Lectures in Accounting: – FLAMHOLTZ.

Doctoral Research. Doctoral Dissertation Abstracts — Marple, Fleckles, Jumpasut. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Taxation; An aspect of fiscal policy: Policies.- The Revenue Act of imposed the first U.S. federal income tax. The law provided for a 3% tax on incomes over $ Interest income was taxed at %.

The tax on citizens living abroad was 5%. The tax expired in Source:The First National Income Tax, –A Law With a Life of its Own: The Development of the Federal Income Tax Statutes Through World War I, 7 Pitt. Tax Rev.

1 (), in David J. Herzig, Marriage Pluralism: Taxing Marriage After Windsor, 36 Cardozo L. Rev. 1 (); Sheldon D. Pollack, The First National Income Tax, –, 67 Tax Law. (); William E. Foster, Partisan.