14293Re: [LandCafe] LVT to be debated in Parliament?
- Nov 12, 2012Quoting JDKromkowski on Mon, 12 Nov 2012 18:52:55 -0500:
PA rep from Pittsburgh, moritz, along with progressives thought the
16th amendment would broaden the income tax (which prior thereto only
applied to wages - not interest, divdends, and rent because those
were considered incidences of property ownership and thus need to
be apportioned) sufficient to get at unearned rent and the wealthy.
Not wages until the Public Employees Tax Act and FICA. It
applies to the profits of federally chartered corporations.
Perhaps you're thinking of lawyers fees, which may have
been considered federal income as some sort of privilege?
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