Income Tax Keyed to Freeland
Burnet v. Logan
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Respondent, Mrs. Logan, owned 250 of 4000 shares of the Andrews & Hitchcock Iron Company. Andrews & Hitchcock owned 12% of the Mahoning Ore & Steel Company. Andrews & Hitchcock sold to Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company which acquired the 12% of the Mahoning Company. The Youngstown Company paid the holder $2.2 million in cash and agreed to pay annual disbursement of proceedings from mining. The Youngstown Company paid large sums out to Respondent for several years. Respondent did not report this as income arguing that such amounts should not be considered income until the total received equals the value of the shares on March 1, 1913.
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