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New planning opportunities and pitfalls under 1981 Economic Recovery Tax Act

Sidney Kess

New planning opportunities and pitfalls under 1981 Economic Recovery Tax Act

by Sidney Kess

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Published by Commerce Clearing House in Chicago, Ill. (4025 W. Peterson Ave., Chicago 60646) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Tax planning -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Sidney Kess and Bertil Westlin.
      ContributionsWestlin, Bertil.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF6297.Z9 K45 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. ;
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3047281M
      LC Control Number82140481

      ERTA - Economic Recovery Tax Act. Looking for abbreviations of ERTA? It is Economic Recovery Tax Act. brought the revenue share down to well under 18 percent in and Trends in federal revenues. Economic Recovery Tax Act of ; Economic Reform and Governance Project;. Economic Recovery Tax Act of Individual income tax reductions. Reduced marginal tax rates 23 percent over three years; reduced maximum rate to 50 percent and maximum capital gains rate to 20 percent; indexed income tax brackets, personal exemption and standard deduction for inflation beginning in ; and provided new deduction for two.

      Koehn, N. F. "The Economic Recovery Tax Act of " In Macroeconomic Decision Making in the World Economy, edited by Michael G Rukstad. Dryden Press, Section. This article was prepared under the direction of Ken Szeflinski, Chief. t he Economic Recovery Tax Act of fur-nished the groundwork for the current version of Form , Credit for Increasing Research Activities. The credit was 25 percent of either the difference between current research spending and.

      Start studying Chapter 9 section 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. what breaks did businesses gain from the economic recovery act of The personal income tax rate that applies whenever the amount of taxes paid falls below a designated level. Instead, the new law temporarily doubles the combined gift and estate tax exemption and the generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax exemption, creating new estate planning opportunities to consider. Increased Exemptions. For tax years after Decem , and before January 1, , the gift, estate, and GST tax exemptions have been doubled.


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Economic Recovery Tax Act of (ERTA), U.S. federal tax legislation that contained numerous provisions intended to help businesses and individuals. Businesses were aided by accelerated capital recovery through new depreciation rules, special tax treatment for acquirers of troubled thrift institutions, an increased amount of retained earnings not subject to taxation, relaxed.

The Economic Recovery Tax Act of (ERTA) was a major tax cut designed to encourage economic known as the "Kemp–Roth Tax Cut", it was a federal law enacted by the 97th United States Congress and signed into law by President Ronald Accelerated Cost Recovery System (ACRS) was a major component, and was amended in to Enacted by: the 97th United States Congress.

Economic Recovery Tax Act United States legislation, passed in and signed by President Ronald Reagan that cut marginal tax rates significantly. For example, it cut the top tax rate from 70% to 50% over three years and the bottom rate from 14% to 11%.

The Act was intended to stimulate economic growth by putting more money in people's pockets; this. Economic Recovery Tax Act Of - ERTA: A law that lowered income tax rates and allowed for expensing of depreciable assets.

The Economic Recovery Tax Act of (ERTA) also included several Author: Julia Kagan. On this day inat his California home Rancho del Cielo, Ronald Reagan signs the Economic Recovery Tax Act (ERTA), a historic package of tax and budget reductions that set the tone for his.

(a) Election of special rules for woodlands - (1) In general. This paragraph applies to the election of special rules for woodlands under section A(e)(13) of the Code, as added by section (h) of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of The executor shall make this election for an estate by attaching to the estate tax return a statement that.

Shown Here: Conference report filed in House (08/01/) (Conference report filed in House, H. Rept. ) Economic Recovery Tax Act of - Title I: Individual Income Tax Provisions - Subtitle A - Tax Reductions - Amends the Internal Revenue Code to reduce individual and estate and trust income tax rates for, and thereafter.

Reduces the highest marginal. Mike Rowe talks Dems' wealth tax plans, new book - Duration: President Reagan Inaugural President Reagans Remarks on Signing the Tax Reform Act of - 10/   The Economic Recovery Tax Act of (Pub.L.

97–34), also known as the ERTA or "Kemp–Roth Tax Cut", was a federal law enacted in the United States in It was an act "to amend the Internal Revenue Code of to encourage economic growth through reductions in individual income tax rates, the expensing of depreciable property, incentives for small.

The preservation incentives in this act were expanded and altered in subsequent tax legislation, notably the Economic Recovery Tax Act ofwhich offered a 25 percent investment tax credit for the substantial rehabilitation of historic commercial, industrial, and rental residential buildings.

A farm bill, for instance, might contain provisions that affect the tax status of farmers, their management of land or treatment of the environment, a system of price limits or supports, and so on. Each of these individual provisions would, logically, belong in a different place in the Code.

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1 Labor Supply and the Economic Recovery Tax Act of Nada Eissa Introduction U.S. personal income tax rates changed dramatically during the s, espe- cially at the top of the income distribution.

Inthe top marginal tax rate (at the federal level) was 70 percent. The Economic Recovery Tax Act of   The Economic Recovery Tax Act of was a comprehensive piece of legislation that President Reagan endorsed.

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Eco- nomic Research Service Staff Report No. AGESSeptember Economic Recovery TaxAct/Analysis tributions. and Commentary. Main Hurdman, New York, N.Y., Harl, Neil E. "Economic Recovery Tax Act of ". The Economic Recovery Tax Act ofalso known as the ERTA or "Kemp-Roth Tax Cut", was a federal law signed into law in the United States in It was an act "to amend the Internal Revenue Code of to encourage economic growth through reductions in individual income tax rates, the expensing of depreciable property, incentives for small businesses, and incentives Albums: Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against.

Catalog start Subject "Tax planning." Remove constraint Subject: "Tax planning." New planning opportunities and pitfalls under Economic Recovery Tax Act [] Kess, Sidney. Chicago, Ill.: Commerce Clearing House, c Description. Economic Recovery Tax Act of - Title I: Individual Income Tax Provisions - Subtitle A - Tax Reductions - Amends the Internal Revenue Code to reduce individual and estate and trust income tax rates for, and thereafter.

Reduces the highest marginal tax rate for all types of income from 70 to 50 percent, effective in. Economic Recovery Tax Act of AM Orred Re"wd bI- he COMMITTEE ON FINANCE UNITED STATES SENATE Prepare, by the Staff of the COMMITTEE ON FINANCE UNITED STATES SENATE ROBERT J.

DOLE, Chairman J U.& OVMRNM" PRINTINO oUTICs O WASHINGTON: ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF MERLIN G. BRINER* INTRODUCTION T-HE ACT represents a dramatic approach to the revision of the federal tax law.

For the first time in recent history Congress has drastically reduced income. Labor Supply and the Economic Recovery Tax Act of Nada Eissa. Chapter in NBER book Empirical Foundations of Household Taxation (), Martin Feldstein and James M.

Poterba, editors (p. 5 - 38) Conference held JanuaryPublished in January by University of Chicago Press.