A review of Federal income taxation developments affecting active duty military personnel, 1862-1949.
Jurkowski, Joseph A.
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Members of the United States military forces on active duty have the same responsibilities as other citizens in the payment of federal income taxes. Because of the nature of their service, however, certain special advantages and exemptions have accrued to the personnel of the Armed Forces. The literature on the subject was reviewed in order to determine how the tradition developed and what bases were used in granting favorable consideration. The development of Federal income taxation in the United States is first reviewed; then, the interrelationship between the serviceman and the tax system is traced from the early beginnings to the middle of the twentieth century.
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