2 edition of Cross-references within the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as of June 1, 1971. found in the catalog.
Cross-references within the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as of June 1, 1971.
United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation.
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(2) The Internal Revenue Code of means the act approved Aug (26 U.S.C.), entitled “An act to revise the internal revenue laws of the United States'', as amended. (3) The Internal Revenue Code of means the act approved Febru (53 Stat., Part 1), as amended. The taxable income referred to 4 in paragraph (1) shall be modified by adding thereto the 5 sum of the following amounts: 6 (A) An amount equal to all amounts paid or 7 accrued to the taxpayer as interest or dividends 8 during the taxable year to the extent excluded from 9 gross income in the computation of taxable income; 10 (B) An amount. Wages paid within the United States are not a “source” of income defined by section of the Internal Revenue Code, and so are not taxable. Wages are not income, but only a “source” of income (Section 61 of the Internal Revenue Code lists only sources of income), so wages are not taxable. Ignoring the ordinary meaning of words. The editors of The University of Chicago Law Review and The University of Chicago Legal Forum gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the Advisory Committee in developing this manual. the Treasury’s regulations under the Internal Revenue Code are .
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For purposes of chapter 1 of the Internal Revenue Code of [formerly I.R.C. ] [this chapter], in computing the taxable income of 1971. book taxpayer who, on July 1,held one or more motor carrier operating authorities, an amount equal to the aggregate adjusted basis of all motor carrier operating authorities held by the taxpayer on July 1.
‘(1) a 1971. book had an election in effect under subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code of (formerly I.R.C. ) for the taxable years of such corporation beginning in, andand. For example, in many states a liquor license is not property.
Under the Internal Revenue Code, however, the question is whether the taxpayer has rights under state law. Because the taxpayer does have rights under state law, the liquor license is property under the Internal Revenue Code.
SeeDrye.23 (aa) (4) and of the Code, which are here com bined for purposes of clarity. No substantive change is made. Section 5. Cross references relating to tax on individuals. This. RFile Size: KB. Sections with a line across are mostly cross references with the exception ofa few which are effective dates.
The Internal Revenue Code of, 53 Stat. (Part 1), 1, enacted on Februwas thefirst reenactmentintopositive lawofthegeneralandpermanent statutes relating to internal revenue since the enactment of the Revised Statutesin "(1) Imposition of tax.—On distilled spirits on which tax was imposed under section or of the Internal Cross-references within the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as of June 1 Code of [formerly I.R.C.
] before October 1,and which were held on such date for sale by any person, there shall be imposed a tax at the rate of $ for each proof gallon and a proportionate tax at the.
"(a) In General.—For purposes of section (a) of the Internal Revenue Code of [formerly I.R.C. ], in the case of any individual who was a State legislator at any time during any taxable year beginning before January 1,and who, for the taxable year, elects the application of this section, for any period during such a taxable.
(1) The provisions of this Act set forth under the heading "Inter- nal Revenue Title" may be cited as the "Internal Revenue Code of ". (2) The Internal Revenue Code enacted on Februas amended, may be cited as the "Internal Revenue Code of ".
(b) PUBLICATION.—This Act shall be published as volume 68A of. (a) In general - (1) - Limitation. Part II (section and following) of subchapter B of chapter 6 of the Internal Revenue Code (Code) (part II) provides rules to limit the amounts of certain Cross-references within the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as of June 1 tax benefit items of component members of a controlled group of corporations for their tax years which include a particular December 1971.
book date, or, in the case of a short taxable year member. PUBLIC LAW - CHAPTER APPROVED AUGa. m., E. Internal Revenue Code of ENACTED DURING THE K SECOND SESSION OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Begun and held at the Cross-references within the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as of June 1 of Washington on Wednesday, January 6,an act To retdse the internal revenue laws of the United.
INTERNAL REVENUE CODE PROVISIONS RELATING TO DEPRECIATION AS NOT APPLICABLE TO CALCULATIONS OF SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES IN DETERMINING COSTS OF PROGRAMS Section (e) of Pub.as amended by Pub.Sec.
2, Oct. 22,Stat.provided that: ''The Secretary of Health and Human. (1) The provisions of this Act set forth under the heading “Internal Revenue Title” may be cited as the “Internal Revenue Code of ” (2) The Internal Revenue Code enacted on Februas amended, may be cited as the “Internal Revenue Code of ”.
(b) Publication. Section (a) of the Internal Revenue Code provides that “the amount of any tax imposed [by the Code] shall be assessed within 3 years after the return was filed.” 26 U.S.C.
Sec. (a). “The assessment shall be made by recording the liability of the taxpayer in the office of the Secretary [of the Treasury] in accordance with rules or. Legislative history of the Internal revenue code of covering all changes made in the code from the date of its enactment on Augto the end of the first session of the 89th Congress in together with effective dates and applicability, pertinent ancillary provisions, explanatory and historical notes, tables and appendixes, and a cumulative supplement, prepared for the.
PUBLIC LAW —NOV. 6, 92 STAT. Public Law 95th Congress An Act To amend the Internal Revenue Code of to reduce income taxes, and Nov. 6. Location in Internal Revenue Code TITLE 26 - INTERNAL REVENUE CODE Subtitle A - Income Taxes CHAPTER 1 - NORMAL TAXES AND SURTAXES Subchapter B - Computation of Taxable Income PART III - ITEMS SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED.
(27) “Internal Revenue Code of ” means the Internal Revenue Code ofapproved April 6, (68A Stat. 3; 26 U.S.C. § 1 et seq.), as amended through (E) Within one year after Septema multiemployer plan may irrevocably elect, pursuant to procedures established by the corporation and subject to the provisions of sections (b) and (c) of this title, that the plan shall not be treated as a multiemployer plan for all purposes under this chapter or the Internal Revenue Code of.
This subtitle shall apply as of July 1, ; provided, that this subtitle shall apply as of October 1,if, for fiscal yearthe Chief Financial Officer certifies, in his June Revenue Estimate, that annual revenue will exceed the annual revenue estimate incorporated in the approved financial plan and budget for fiscal year (Code excerpts, provided by CCH — Standard Federal Tax Reports, as of ) Note: Internal Revenue regulations governing practices of the IRS agents are created by the IRS itself.
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(a) In general. (1) The regulations in this part are designated “Gift Tax Regulations.” These regulations pertain to (i) the gift tax imposed by Chapter 12 of Subtitle B of the Internal Revenue Code on the transfer of property by gift by individuals in the calendar yearin subsequent calendar years beginning before the calendar yearin calendar quarters beginning with the first.
2 A fund established pursuant to this paragraph (a)(1) that includes money contributed by entities that are affiliates under 12 U.S.C. a(b), but are not members of the same affiliated group, as defined at 26 U.S.C.
may fail to qualify for tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code. For regulations relating to the procurement of security bonds covering designated personnel of the Internal Revenue Service between January 1,and June 6,see 31 CFR part (Sec.
of the Internal Revenue Code of (68A Stat. ; 26. In-Text Citations. R For standard legal documents, in-text citations are rendered either as (i) a complete sentence that supports a claim in the immediately preceding sentence of text, or, (ii) when the citation relates to a particular part of a sentence, as a clause within the sentence, immediately following the claim it supports.
The Internal Revenue Code of and the Reorganization Act 26 included all regulations of the IRS and the ATF in the one Title On July 1the BATF was established under the Secretary of the Treasury as separate agency. Unless otherwise provided, the Estate Tax Regulations are applicable to the estates of decedents dying after Augand supersede the regulations contained in p subchapter B, chapter I, ti Code of Federal Regulations () (RegulationsEstate Tax), as prescribed and made applicable to the Internal Revenue Code of.
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Revised report on corporate distributions and adjustments to accompany Subchapter C Advisory Group proposed amendments, as revised, received by the Subcommittee on Internal Revenue Taxation and transmitted to the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S.
House of Representatives from the Advisory Group on Subchapter C of the Internal Revenue Code of InCongress enacted Internal Revenue Code section to bring more certainty to the taxation of employee fringe benefits.
This article examines the impact of the legislation from the standpoint of administrative pronouncements and taxpayer litigation. of subsec. (G) of sec. 48 of the Internal Revenue Code of1 fiscal years2 under present law tax arising on or after January 1,and before June 1, -- (1) in any one State, or (2) within miles of any fixed point selected by the taxpayer.
The. Amended May 4,effective July 1, Amended Septemeffective Septem Amended Janueffective Janu Amended Octoeffective Octo Changed to conform to Revenue and Taxation Code section and EFFECTIVE DATE OF AMENDMENT Pub.
title III, §(e), Dec. 10,85 Stat.provided that: "The amendments made by this section to section 57 of the Internal Revenue Code of shall apply to taxable years beginning after Decem The amendments made by this section to section of such Code shall apply to.
Section (b)(3)(A) imposes (i) in the case of a taxable year beginning before January 1,a tax of 25 percent, or (ii) in the case of a taxable year beginning after Decema tax determined as provided in section (a) and paragraph (a)(3) of §on the excess, if any, of the net long-term capital gain of a.
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internal revenue code of and regulations. normal taxes and surtaxes ia. determination of tax liability ia1. tax on individuals ia2. tax on corporations ia3. See section In cases to which this paragraph applies, the basis of the stock received by the acquiring corporation shall be determined as if the Internal Revenue Code of continued to apply in respect of such acquisition and as if the Internal Revenue Code of had not been enacted.
[T.D. 26 FRJan. 19, ]. h. rept. - internal revenue service restructuring and reform act of th congress ().§ Exclusion of certain unincorporated organizations from the application of all or part of subchapter K of chapter 1 of the Internal Revenue Code.
effective date for subchapter k, chapter 1 of the code § Effective date. Life Insurance Companies definition; tax imposed § Definitions. § Taxable years affected.(h) Ebook authority which is now vested in the President by section (b) of the Internal Revenue Ebook [section (b) of the Internal Revenue Code of ], and which on and after January 1,will be vested in the President by section (b) of the Internal Revenue Code of [former 26 U.S.C.
(b)], to issue, in accordance with.