Billions of Dollars are Involved in Taxation of the Life Insurance Industry -- Some Corrections in the Law are Needed.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC PROGRAM ANALYSIS DIV
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This report examines the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code under which life insurance companies are taxed. We made this review to determine whether the provisions, which were enacted in 1959 and have not been reviewed since, were in need of revision in the light of changed conditions in the economy and the life insurance industry. Author
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