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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - January 8, 1945, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                              LEBANON DAILY Data On Income Tax Returns Continued from Pago One some years been In prior this credit wasallowed asainst both the normal tax and the surtax hut under the present Ki w it is allowed against the sur tax The old limitations that fie dependent must be under years of age or incapable ut lelfsupnorl no longer taxpayers with largo families v HI as will those with youngsters in and one of the longstanding injustices of prior law The prev ious law required that any change in status during the year m list be The present away with and a baby horn en Oecember ts as bis a tax as the one born in the pre Earnings of a Minor Xo longer need the earnings ot be included in the income the It they are over the child must file a sep return if less than no i ie reports the though the parent may still take the credit for his provided f and heres the rub the parent furnishes more than half his sup While this elimination of the minors earnings will save tax many it conceals a anil It be To illustrate A minor son earns His father furnishes more than half his therefore lias three surtax exemptions one WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE THINK OF SAMUEL KURTZ 836 Chestnut Phone John McDonald Dental Offices INOVT liOCATKD AX 25 North Ninth First Floor 2nd Door Xorth of Kooxl Fair THOUSANDS ORDERED THIS FOR SAD COUGHS CAUSED BY COLDS Pertussin a famous herbal cough remedy scientifically prepared not only acts at once to relieve cough Ing spells but also loosens sticky phlegm and makes it easier to Pleasant Safe for both old and young even small Inexpensive Any for one for the and one for the His adjusted gross Income is the mother has no The fath ers if he uses the optional table ia The having less than files no ro iCtun and pays no if the hoy bad earned the father would have lost the surtax credit for and his tax would have been Minors whose eainlngs have been subjected to but who have no tax to appaient ly can obtain refunds only by fll I7ross Inronin This is an entirely new term in the curiously does not appear on the tax except on page line 1 of the computation for those who do not use the tax s in the Item appearing as the total income on page line and is defined as the gross In come less certain classified as follows For the employe Expenses ot meals and lodging while away frotn home on his employers and other expenses In curred as an employe under an ex pense allowance or a reimburse ment the allowance or reimbursement being included in his gross The return pro vides no specific space for such de and it could easily he Use line page 1 ot the Note Instruction page Item For most the term means simply the total wages plus any other in For the business or professional man The expenses pertaining to his In other his adjusted gross income will gen erally he his net business plus income from other Also allowed as deductions are expenses connected with rents and depreciation or depletion allowed to a life or to a beneficiary of a and losses from the sale or exchange of prop erty subject to the limitations on capita gains and it should be noted that taxes and mortgage Interest on ones home are not deductible In arriv ing at adjusted gross Income neither are state income medical casualty union though all these continue to be de ductible In arriving at the net In come on Jim IOIIR form of provided the taxppyer chooses to lake his actual not the socalled deduc explained Tlie adjusted gross income is case upon the tax is figured short form of return is If the long form is the adjusted gross income is reduced by the above nonbusiness nnd thus becomes the not Income on which the lax is Tho fjilt required by but no more The next article will appear to NMnetytwo languages and dia lects are spoken In Returns to Ship Knninnn Kirst Class Icoise Zimmermnn has returned to hia ship at after siietul ing a leave with his Gertrude Zimmer of Sixth A graduate of Lebanon High class of Seaman Zim merman entered the Navy in and received boot training at Great Ho recently completed two years of active duty In the North At KERCHER IS MADE TECHNICAL SERGEANT A Ninth Alr Force Service Command The promotion ot Ernest Ker of to technical sergeant has Just been Before entering tho Army in 194 Sergeant K e r c h e r worked as a machine operator nt the Bethlehem Steel He how s serving as receiving lore man of the Air Forces Supply sec tion of his Ninth Air Force Service Command in Sergeant Kercher came overseas in and was previ ously stationed in North Ireland and and Harry his live at RFD HIDDEN ROPE MAY TRIP 4FS INTOJERVICE Continued fioin Pnso Due men wore diaftdof cried with olBBslflcnUons of 2A or So they asked tlieh bnnvda to give lliem the snme This ho boards but put I hut tollUlo tlie 2A or There are about ot Hut there nro aliout 3Vi million IS and 3S Nobody knows how many of llioin In Perhaps most of thorn are but beciuiBo until now never linil reason to belluve they would bo cirRftecJ look tlio to nsl their boards 10 irhnnge them to 2A K or 21 tt might Boom hecsuso SS didnt mention tho 4FS In Iho iHtest directive to dnift the JPS were froe to stay out of war or leave them as they that rope Nobody yet knows how much the Army has lowered Its physical So It seems clear any 4F Is H borderline onso and Is not In an essential bo yanked back for a new physical examination if he meots tho lowered will bo Many of have de fects which will keep them out of military service of any So do many men listed ao 2A F and But the new physical standards the new SS orders which nut a clump on all men between IS nml 38 by elllnf the hoards to lighten lip on all should scare plenty ot 4FS into war IB what the Engaged BRONZE STAR MEDAL GIVEN BRETZ Corporal Stewart son of Stewart 256 South Tenth nan been awarded the Tlronze Star Medal for heroic achievementin Ger many in connection with military operations nsninst the Corporal who entered the service in has been overseas for four months ive Years Old and Proud of it CONCERT PIANIST GIVES WOMANSmJB RECITAL Constantlne Coillnlcoi of the Indinntown Gap former accompanist Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort H pienwint MkaUna minncld linlflu fnls pcUi TO oiu and lalk in moro Just sprliikltt llilli FAS TKKTH in yoiir No gummy tnaln or CUwks Dliito oMor Got FASTRKTU ni any dniB luid riiul of tlio KAKeiuout of lliolr New ton DoiiRlHS son of and Mlloy of Wil iMIaa AVIlllnius Is n of Myerslowii lllRli Sclionl nnd alao u grndualo tuirso from the JuKorson lionpltiil lit At tha prusenl tlmo ts engaged in nursing at thn Roosu voll Hoapltal SoiKeniit Glover Is sliUionort wllh tho Army Air Force somewliore In tlie Soutli for Lily and hiiuself a dls tingulshod concert navo a VJUlod and buiiutiful rocllnl on Saturday afternoon to monthura and friends nf tho Tohnnoii Wo mans nssemblci at tho club Fifth and Cumberland Miss Anna the presi waa In charmof tho mooliiiK anil that SorKoiiul Col 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