Averaging of income for federal personal income tax purposes
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Averaging of income for federal personal income tax purposes

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  • Income tax -- United States,
  • Income averaging -- United States

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Statementby Harold W. Jasper
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Pagination83 leaves :
Number of Pages83
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Open LibraryOL14976976M

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