The Study of Small Business: The impact of taxation on small business, a proposal for reform
Office of Advocacy, U.S. Small Business Administration, 1977
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182. lappuse - The fair market value is the price at which the property would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having reasonable knowledge of relevant facts.
17. lappuse - II, with the high tax rates, this means of financing has become extremely difficult and in many cases impossible." "Although this gap in the need for growth capital for small business has long been known, in the past few years the problem has become increasingly acute. The general prosperity after World War II was a time of easy credit and plentiful money, but even during this period, small business was unable to fill the need for growth and expansion through borrowing. With money becoming tighter...
99. lappuse - SBA" means the Small Business Administration. SBID. "SBID" means the Small Business Investment Division of SBA. Small business concern. "Small business concern" means one which is independently owned and operated and not dominant in its field of operation.
4. lappuse - ... October 2, 1957, New York, NY Tax Problems of Small Business: The impact of Federal taxation on small business, part 2: ' November 5, 1957, Miami, Fla.
75. lappuse - ... capital stock in payment for organizational and promotional services rendered by E for the benefit of the corporation. E transferred no property to the corporation. C and D were under no obligation to pay for E's services. No gain or loss is recognized to C or D. E received compensation taxable as ordinary income to the extent of the fair market value of the 10 shares of stock received by him.
5. lappuse - Sec. 582. Bad debts, losses, and gains with respect to securities held by financial institutions.
11. lappuse - ... determine the impact of the tax structure on small businesses and make legislative and other proposals for altering the tax structure to enable all small businesses to realize their potential for contributing to the improvement of the Nation's economic well-being...
46. lappuse - Your committee believes that the enactment of a provision of this type is desirable because it permits businesses to select the form of business organization desired without the necessity of taking into account major differences in tax consequences.
39. lappuse - Adventures in Subchapter S and Section 1244," 14 Tax L. Rev. 453 (1959) ; Murdoch, "Effect of Subchapter S on Decisions as to Form of Business Organization," 38 Taxes 19 (1960); Patty, "Qualifications and Disqualifications Under Subehapter S,