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This compromise suggests itself namely: that if individual members of theB oard wish further light on the application of any of the principles underlying the rules, regulations and decisions contained in this volume, or perhaps even purposely omitted therefrom, they may call upon theE xecutive Secretary of theB oard, who will endeavor, within reasonable limits, to be of as great assistance and help as is feasible and practical. This offer is made with confidence that the membership will not interpret the same as implying that theB oard soffices may be invcJ ced to go into specific facts or assist in the preparation of individual returns. Nevertheless, if a tax problem arises, it is desired that the entire membership know that the Committee is desirous of cooperating. Besides the necessity of keeping this volume within its present limited space, another consideration for limiting its size is based upon the desirability of placing this study in the hands of theM embers of theB oard before the end of the present year. It is realized how necessary it is to have before each tax-payer, the law and regulations so that he may be in possession of aB necessary information before closing his books of account for the taxable year. Instances are known where the premature and ill-advised closing of books has resulted in unnecessary embarrassments. Committee on Puiblication ofF ederal Income Tax I nformation, John M. Stoddard, Chairman, Walter Stabler, William C. Demorest, Charles G. Edwards. Greenbaum, Wolff Ernst, New York City, December, 1920. Counsel to Committee.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimile
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