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Revenue act of 1971: P.L. 92-178

United States

Revenue act of 1971: P.L. 92-178

by United States

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Published by Commerce Clearing House in [Chicago .
Written in English

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

    • Edition Notes

      Statementas signed by the President at 4:10 p.m. on December 10, 1971; law and explanation.
      ContributionsCommerce Clearing House.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF6276.542 .C64
      The Physical Object
      Pagination383 p.
      Number of Pages383
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4919643M
      LC Control Number76187554

      L. , title I, Sec. (c Pub. L. , title I, (b)(5), Dec. 10, , 85 Stat It was the intent of the Congress in enacting, in the Revenue Act of , the investment credit allowed by section 38 of the Internal Revenue Code of , and it is the intent of the Congress in restoring that credit in this Act, to provide. The United States Internal Revenue Act of (Pub.L. , § ), effective December 11, , provides for consumer refunds of the 7 percent excise tax charged on new passenger automobiles and automobile trailers during the period from August 15, , to December 11, , and of the 10 percent excise tax on new lightweight trucks and.

      @ , Randall W. Roth Code Section , as originally enacted in the Revenue Act of , provided an election to amortize the capital cost of certain on-the-job training and child care facilities over a month period, regardless of the facilities' estimated lives.' The provision was limited to expenditures made after and before ED AUTHOR TITLE. INSTITUTION. PUB DATE NOTE AVAILABLE FROM. EDRS PRICE DESCRIPTORS. IDENTIFIERS. DOCUMENT RESUME. EC Gettings, Robert M. 92nd Congress: Federal Legislation Affecting the.

      the general assembly of pennsylvania house bill no. session of introduced by thomas, d. costa, miccarelli and davis, february 17, amendments to senate amendments to house amendments, house of representatives, october 17, an act amending the act of march 4, (p.l. The Federal Election Campaign Act of (P.L. ), together with the Revenue Act (P.L. ), initiated fundamental changes in Federal campaign finance laws.


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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Explanation of Revenue act of P.L. by Commerce Clearing House., edition, in EnglishPages: Get this from a library. Explanation of Revenue act of P.L.

[Commerce Clearing House.]. TOPN: Revenue Act of Laws acquire popular names as they make their way through Congress. Sometimes these names say something about the substance of the law (as with the ' Winter Olympic Commemorative Coin Act').

Sometimes they are a way of recognizing or honoring the sponsor or creator of a particular law (as with the 'Taft-Hartley Act'). Mar 17,  · General explanation of the Revenue act ofH.R.92d Congress, Public law by United States.

Congress. Joint Committee on Internal Revenue TaxationPages: Jun 11,  · General explanation of the Revenue Act ofH.R.92d Congress, Public Law by United States. Congress.

Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation; United States. Revenue Act of § 46(e)(1) and (e)(2), the Senate Finance Committee Report concerning the Revenue Act ofP.L.85 Stat.indicates that the Committee hoped that the sanctions of disallowance of the ITC would not have to be imposed.

Rep. at 41 (). The Federal Election Campaign Act of (P.L. ), together with the Revenue Act (P.L. ), initiated fundamental changes in Federal campaign finance laws.

The FECA, effective April 7,not only required full reporting of campaign contributions and expenditures, but also limited spending on media advertisements. 2 (These limits were later repealed.). General Explanation Of The State And Local Fiscal Assistance Act And The Federal-State Tax Collection Act Of(H.R.92d Congress, Public Law ).

JCS (December 15, ) General Explanation Of The Revenue Act Of(H.R.92nd Congress, Public Law ). PL – Revenue Act of PL – Revenue Act of PL – Revenue Act of PL – Revenue Act of PL – Revenue Reconciliation Act of (Title VIII of OBRA) PL – Riegle Community Development & Reg.

Improv. Act of In addition, in discussing the limitations on the ratemaking treatment of the ITC under § 46(e)(1) and (e)(2), the Senate Finance Committee Report concerning the Revenue Act ofP.L.

92–, 85 Stat.indicates that the Committee hoped that the sanctions of disallowance of the ITC would not have to be imposed. Revenue Act of (P.L. ) Imposed minor provisions regarding foreign income. Tax Reform Act of (P.L. ) Raised rate of minimum income tax to 15% and lowered exemption to $10, or half of regular taxes.

Tax Reduction and Simplification Act of (P.L. Dec 28,  · The Revenue Act of made Section more generous and provided that it applied to individuals.

The section was repealed by the Tax Reform Act of and replaced with Code Section Sec. was originally enacted by the Revenue Act ofP.L. InCongress modified the section by limiting the criminal sanctions to knowing or reckless unauthorized disclosures (P.L. ) and enacted the civil penalty now found at Sec.

Pub. 92–, title VIII, §(b)(2), Dec. 10,85 Stat.as amended by Pub. 99–, §2, Oct. 22,Stat.provided that: "The enactment of Subtitle H of the Internal Revenue Code of [formerly I.R.C.

] by section of this Act [this subtitle] is intended to comply with the provisions of section 5. —Subsec. (b)(1). Pub. 92–, § (b), inserted concluding sentence “In the case of an unused credit for an unused credit year ending before January 1,which is an investment credit carryover to a taxable year beginning after December 31, (determined without regard to this sentence), this paragraph shall be applied by.

Loss of property due to destruction or damage by fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty or by reason of its theft triggers recapture (S.

Rep’t No.97th Cong., 1st Sess., on the Revenue Act ofP.L. p. 43 ()). Feb 23,  · No election or tax return shall be filed which does not conform with section of the Revenue Act of An election and tax return filed under § (a) of this chapter after January 31,and before the final amendments to the regulations are published in the Federal Register.

The current FSC/ETI controversy has its roots in the legislative antecedent of both: the U.S. tax code’s Domestic Internationa l Sales Corporation (D ISC) provisions, enacted as part of the Revenue Act of (P.L.

Like FSC and the ETI provisions. The Election Laws The Federal Election Campaign Act of (P.L. ), together with the Revenue Act (P.L. ), fundamentally changed the federal campaign finance laws.

The FECA, effective April 7,not only required full reporting of campaign contributions and. An amendment to the Revenue Act (P. L. ) established the Presidential Election Campaign Fund, to be financed by citizens' voluntary tax check-off, and, in addition, provided limited tax credits and deductions for small political contributions.

The Federal Election Campaign Act required, for .The next year, Congress successfully passed the Revenue Act ofPub. L. No.85 Stat.with stated goals which included putting the lagging economy on a high growth path, increasing the number of jobs, reducing the high unemployment rate, increasing exports, and improving the balance of payments (hereinafter “the DISC.The Electioll Lau.

s The Federal Election Campaign Act of (P.L. ), together with the Revenue Act (P.L. ), initiated fundamental changes in Fed­ eral campaign finance laws. The FECA, effective April 7,not only required full reporting of .