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March 15, 1958


JAMA. 1958;166(11):1334-1338. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.02990110070015

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STATEMENT SUBMITTED TO WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE BY THE A. M. A., CONCERNING H. R. 9 AND H. R. 10  The American Medical Association would like to take this opportunity to submit, for the consideration of the Ways and Means Committee, views concerning H. R. 9 and H. R. 10, 85th Congress, currently being studied by your Committee.The American Medical Association vigorously endorses the principle of these bills, which are measures designed to provide tax deferment on retirement funds for self-employed persons. The American Medical Association has endorsed the principle of legislation of this type for a number of years. We have collaborated closely with representatives of the American Bar Association, the original sponsors of this measure, and other national organizations of self-employed taxpayers who would be afforded some measure of tax equity by the enactment of these bills.Early in 1948, our Board of Trustees was apprised of

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