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HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE:
insured plan are not exempt from income tax
extent of the employee's contributions not so
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Rev. Rul. 54–8, page 28.
shipments of automobile chassis to port of ex.
dividends, interest, royalties, film rentals, and
fied residents or corporations of Belgium .... Excise tax regulations amended to reflect Commis
sioner's Reorganization Order No. 22 authorizing
district directors to certify assessment lists .... Regulations amended as they apply to distributions
of personal holding companies which could not have been made without violating certain wartime directives
T. D. 6056, page 11.
T. D. 6057, page 27.
T. D. 6058, page 23.