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THE PHYSICIAN'S FEDERAL INCOME TAX
PREPARED BY BUREAU OF LEGAL MEDICINE AND LEGISLATION, AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
On or before March 15, federal income taxpayers must do three things: (1) They must file their final returns for the year 1944; (2) they must file declarations of estimated tax for 1945; (3) they must pay the unpaid part, if any, of the tax that was unabated for 1942 or 1943, as the case may be.
WHO MUST FILE RETURNS
A tax return must be filed by every citizen or resident of the United States whose total gross income in 1944 was $500 or more. Joint returns may be filed by a husband and wife if (1) they were married at the end of the year and (2) both were citizens or residents of the United States. Such a joint return may be filed even though one spouse had neither income
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1945;127(6):338–344. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860060036014
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