Postwar Taxation and Economic Progress

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INDEX
A
Ability to pay, 22n, 26
corporate, 84
theory of, 84-85
Accountants, 128
Accountants' Handbook, by Patron, 156n
Accounting, depreciation in, 155, 160- 161
inventory in, 148n, 152
accounting, Principles of, Kohler and Morrison, 207n
Acquisitive Society, The, by Tawney, 309n
Adams, T. S., 21, 21n, 23, 49, 49n
"Administration, Costs of Tax," by Martin, 335n
Administration, tax, 129
Admission tax, 285
Advertising, 78
Agency, federal-state, 336
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 297, 298
Agriculture, aid to, 383, 384
Alabama, 339n, 340
Alcoholic beverage tax (see Liquor tax)
Allen, R. G., 297, 298n
Allowance, depletion of, 162
Allowances, depreciation, 45, 144
obsolescence, 45
Altman, G. T., 280n
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 53, 90
America's Capacity to produce, by Nourse and Associates, 47n
America's Needs and Resources, 379n
Amlie, T. R., 297, 298n
Amos, J. E., 45n
Analysis, bracket 174n
classes-of-income, 174n
Anderson, W. H., 243n
Antitrust Division, 77
Appeals, Board of Tax, 129
Appointment, powers of, 269-274
"Appointment, Powers of," by Leach, 269n
"Appointment and Estate Taxes, Powers of," by Eisenstein, 274n
Arizona, 240, 340
Assets, capital, 206n-208n
depreciating, 257-258
"fixed," 207n
Australia, 70n, 144
Automobile Industry, Financial History of the American, by Seltzer, 46n
Automobile-use tax, 285
Averaging, 233-236, 361, 377
system of, 226-228
Avoidance, Prevention of Tax, 191n
Avoidance, tax, 42-44
B
Ballentine, H. W., 90n
Ballentine on Corporations, by Ballentine, 90n
Bankruptcies, 112
Banks, Federal Reserve, 48
Base, business income-tax, 130-164
personal income-tax, 165-170
Beer, tax on, 293
Belgium, 69n
Beneficiary, 266
Benefit theory, 23, 24, 115
Bequests, charitable, 277-278
Berle, A. A., 56n
"Betterments," 155n

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