Federal Finances in the Coming Decade, Some Cumulative Possibilities, 1941-51

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INDEX
Adjusted Service Certificate Fund, 108
Admissions, taxes on, 53
Agriculture, aids to, 15, 20
Armament program, see Defense program
Army, see Expeditionary force
Associations, Savings Bonds held by, 86; no longer allowed to purchase them, 86
Assumptions with respect to expenditures, 12-25; basic assumptions, 13
Automobile parts and accessories, taxes on, 55
Automobiles, increases in taxes on, 26, 53, 55; curtailment of production, 55
Banks, state and local securities held by, 34; Savings Bonds held by, 86
Banks, commercial: will be called on to absorb large amounts of bonds, 10; Federal bonds held, 1940: probable doubling by 1943, 10; borrowing from, 68-76; how they pay for government bonds, 68; present and hypothetical holdings, 69; excess reserves, 70; reserve requirements, 70-71; tax on creation of money, 71; ratio of deposits to capital, surplus, and undivided profits, 71-72; rate of interest at which they would purchase new Federal bonds, 73; reasons why they might demand higher interest rates on long-term issues, 73, 74; proper function that of lenders, not investors, 75; inclination of government to depend as little as possible on, 75; Federal direct and guaranteed securities owned, 76; increased holdings of Treasury obligations, 90; amounts of government debt they might be called upon to absorb, 93; hypothetical decrease in holdings of Federal bonds, 93; expand money supply by making business loans, 94
Banks, Federal Reserve, see Federal Reserve Banks
Banks, mutual savings: capacity to absorb Federal bonds, 10; borrowing from, 76-80; recent experience and possible normal purchases, 76- 78; deposits, surplus, undivided profits, and reserves ( 1940), 76; deposits in currency or coin or with other banks, 77; changes in deposits and government bond holdings ( 1936-40), 77; interest on deposits, 78; exempt from Federal income tax, 78; question of still heavier purchases of Federal bonds, 78; effect of tax changes on ability to invest in government bonds, 80; increased holdings of Treasury obligations, 90
Beer, taxes, 53, 54, 55
Bonds, government: future issues fully taxable, 9; sources that will be called on to absorb, 10; average rate on new, 15; interest on outstanding, exempt from normal tax, 28; may be sold to commercial banks, 68; present and hypothetical holdings of commercial banks, 69; heavier purchases of, by savings banks, 78; amount savings banks might take without sacrifice, 78; diversion or withdrawal of de-

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