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THE PHYSICIAN'S FEDERAL INCOME TAX
PREPARED BY THE BUREAU OF LEGAL MEDICINE AND LEGISLATION, AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONFederal income taxpayers on a calendar year basis must on or before March 15 do two things: (1) they must file their final returns for the year 1946 and (2) they must file a declaration of estimated tax for 1947.
WHO MUST FILE RETURNS
A return must be filed by every citizen or resident of the United States whose total gross income in 1946 was $500 or more. Joint returns may be filed by 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 has neither income nor deductions.
WHO MUST FILE DECLARATIONS OF ESTIMATES
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1947;133(6):402–407. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880060044014
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