Double Tax on Dividends is Hardship on Many Who Have Moderate Incomes

August 1954
Saturday Evening Post;8/28/1954, Vol. 227 Issue 9, p12
The author reflects on the impact of double taxation on dividends to corporate stockholders with moderate income in the U.S. He discusses that the government's plan to grant some tax relief on stockholders or the possible repulsion of the double taxation on corporate income is favorable for most stockholders in the country as 53 percent of industrial companies' stockholders, particularly on steel companies, had income lower than the average-paid steel workers.


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