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" If an intangible asset is known from experience or other factors to be of use in the business or in the production of income for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated with reasonable accuracy, such an intangible asset may be the... "
Reports of the Tax Court of the United States - Page 16
by United States. Tax Court - 1963
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The Federal Reporter

1925
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Taxation of Corporations and Personal Income in New York

Henry Montefiore Powell - 1919 - 400 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in tho business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Prentice-Hall Tax Service for 1919, Issues 1-32

Prentice-Hall, inc - 1919 - 422 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Federal Income Tax, War-profits and Excess-profits Taxes: Including Stamp ...

George Edwin Holmes - 1919 - 1023 pages
...Chapter 19 on Income from Farming. l*Reg. 33 Rev., Art. 8: TD "OflO. 15 Reg- 33 Rev., Art. 169. business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Journal of Accountancy, Volume 28

1919
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject cf a depreciation...
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Comptroller's Regulations Relating to the Income Tax Issued Pursuant to ...

1920 - 167 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Regulations 45 Relating to the Income Tax and War Profits and Excess Profits ...

United States. Bureau of Internal Revenue - 1920 - 335 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, tsuch intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Cumulative Bulletin ... Income Tax Rulings, Volume 2

United States. Bureau of Internal Revenue - 1921
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay Is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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Manual for the Oil and Gas Industry Under the Revenue Act of 1918

United States. Internal Revenue Service - 1921 - 245 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset mar be the subject of a depreciation...
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Regulations 45 (1920 Ed.) Relating to the Income Tax and War Profits and ...

United States. Internal Revenue Service - 1921 - 342 pages
...intangible asset acquired through capital outlay is known from experience to be of value in the business for only a limited period, the length of which can be estimated from experience with reasonable certainty, such intangible asset may be the subject of a depreciation...
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