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HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
covering items published in the Bulletin during the
the Tax Court of the United States.
cedures, Treasury Decisions, etc., so published.
pute additions to bad debt reserves where they main-
installment papers acquired from merchants.
define the date of a determination under section 547
corpus of an American trust are not exempt from
are British residents and subjects.
ment Act of 1962 as it relates to the deduction
tion of mutual fire and casualty insurance com-
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Bulletin Index for January-June 1963 begins on page 24.
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istration of a change of address by each person en-
ducting any wagering activity at the new address.
been repealed, effective with respect to transfers on 63–70, page 16.
and after June 5, 1963. ESTATE TAX: Amendments to the regulations have been proposed to Announcement,
quire the inclusion in gross estate of real property
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