Annual Conference on Taxation Proceedings Volume 2

Annual Conference on Taxation Proceedings Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...(insurance co.) 500,000 1902 Real property (f of 1 %) $23,871,915 Wild land (2i %) 2,624,477 Personal property (i of 1 %) 17,670,494 Income (except insurance co.) 1,893,377 Income (insurance co.) 500,000 1903 Real property (f of 1%) $24,769,119 Wild land (21 %) 2,580,677 Personal property (i of 1 %) 18,076,926 Income (except insurance co.) 2,049,138 Income (insurance co.) 511,985 $47,987,845 1904 Real property (at 1 %) $31,809,577 Wild land (at 5 %) 2,543,365 Personal property (at 1 %) 21,899,129 Income (except corporation) 2,493,892 Income (corporations) 3,410,615 $62,156,578 The taxes given above were subject to a discount of 10 per cent if paid before 30th June annually. Previous to 1906 "wild land" included coal land and timber land..... The above does not include the tax on minerals. For full particulars of revenue of the Province, application may be made for a copy of the Public Accounts to the King's Printer, Victoria. The Chairman: Discussion of the papers is now in order. Mr. James M. Brown (Ohio): I would like to ask Mr. Forman what he does with the farmers under the Business Assessment Law? Mr. Forman (Ontario): We have nothing to do with the farmers. Mr. Brown (Ohio): Is your law restricted to Toronto? Mr. Forman (Ontario): No, but I don't profess to know much about the working of the law outside Toronto. Mr. Brown (Ohio): Do you take the assessed value for general purposes? Mr. Forman (Ontario): For business assessment? Yes, sir. Mr. Brown (Ohio): So that if a man wants to rent a place that is already taxed, he simply goes to the duplicate and figures up his own taxes? Mr. Forman (Ontario): Yes. Chairman Matheson: It figures on a different basis. The retailer pays a different rate. Mr. Brown (Ohio): I want to know if you...show more

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  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123656202X
  • 9781236562029