Excess Profits Tax Procedure (Classic Reprint)

Montgomery, Robert H.

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In Income Tax Procedure, 1919, I referred to the excess profits tax as an emergency measure - an ugly but essential temporary annex to the federal financial structure. The annex should be removed to make way for a tax system which will remain unchanged for a few years at least.

Congress passes a new tax law with as little concern as a fraternal lodge changes its by-laws. It is full time to demand a rest. It is a truism that a lasting bad law generally understood and fairly administered is better than a varying succession of good laws. But the excess profits tax law bears inequitably on so many taxpayers that only a small percentage of those entitlted to relief will secure it. It is intolerable that a tax law so thoroughly inequitable should be allowed to remain in force. Therefore it should be repealed and the income tax rates adjusted to meet the necessary expenses of government.

Probably the chief defect of the present law is that the relief sections are secretly (not improperly) administered. When relief is granted to one claimant all other taxpayers similarly situated should automatically receive the same relief, but under present procedure one taxpayer docs not know whether he is being taxed relatively the same as his competitor in business or not.

I know that many excess profits tax problems are insoluble but I trust that most of the problems will find a solution in this volume.

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