Education: Teacher Tax Exemptions

Glad were those few U. S. pedagogs to whom Income Tax is more than an academic subject, to hear of two precedents making them immune from certain taxations :

¶ In the Pennsylvania Circuit Court of Appeals, Miss Alice Gulielma Rowland and Miss Eleanor 0. Brownell, operators of the medium-fashionable Shipley School for girls at Bryn Mawr, Pa., were refunded $2,586.66 paid as income tax, although a lower court had ruled that the school was not a corporation entitled to "personal service classification." The higher court ruled that because of the "close...

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