TAXATION: Pink Slips

Last week the House voted 302-98 to repeal the "pink slip" publicity provision of the Revenue Act of 1934. Two days later the Senate Finance Committee endorsed the House repealer. Meantime with many a snort & groan, millions of U. S. citizens filled out pink slips noting the highlights of their incomes and tax payments, filed them along with their income tax returns. "This is for the snooper," "Under protest!", "To whom it does not concern" and less printable jibes were written on the slips by taxpayers. At least one lawyer, declaring the...

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