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Lawrence Howard Seltzer

Wayne University

Institutional Affiliations: Wayne University and National Bureau of Economic Research

NBER Working Papers and Publications

1968Front matter, The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Summary and Conclusions
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Some Questions Raised by the Personal Exemptions
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Sketch of the Legislative History of the Personal Exemptions in the United States
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Quantitative Aspects of the Role of the Exemptions and Associated Factors in Expanding the Coverage and Yield of the Income Tax
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The Rationale of the Personal Exemptions
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Principal Exemption Techniques and Their Relation to Varying Objectives
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The Appropriate Levels of the Personal Exemptions
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Bibliography
in The Personal Exemptions in the Income Tax, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
1955Front matter for Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Introduction to "Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue"
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The Shifting Importance of Interest as a Source of Personal Income
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The Small Proportion of Personal Interest Receipts Reported on Taxable Returns
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Tax Revenues from Interest
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Interest Income and Interest Rates after Taxes
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Future Trends in Personal Interest Income
in Interest as a Source of Personal Income and Tax Revenue, Lawrence Howard Seltzer
1951Front matter to "The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses"
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Background of the Controversy
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Origins of the Special Legal Status of Capital Gains
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
The Economic Nature of Capital Gains and Losses
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Are Capital Gains Appropriate Elements of Taxable Income?
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Capital Gains and Losses and Their Distribution, 1917-1946
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Effects of the Changing Tax Treatment of Capital Gains upon Investors' Behavior
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Effects of the Changing Treatment of Capital Losses and of Short Term Transactions
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Effects of the Changing Tax Treatment upon Federal Revenues
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Tax Avoidance through Capital Gains
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
The Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses in Other Countries
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Competing Proposals for the Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
Appendix to "The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses", and Index
with Selma F. Goldsmith, M. Slade Kendrick
in The Nature and Tax Treatment of Capital Gains and Losses, Lawrence Howard Seltzer, assisted by Selma F. Goldsmith and M. Slade Kendrick
1942Index
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Appendix: The Outlook for Non-Military Expenditures
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Government Borrowing
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Social Security Taxes
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Collection at the Source
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Taxes on Individual Incomes
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Indirect Taxes
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Taxation of Corporations
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Taxation: Needs, Limitations, and Possibilities
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Desirable Amounts of Taxation and Borrowing
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Direct Controls
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The Role of Finance
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Distribution of Incomes and Expenditures
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
The National Product and Its Composition
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Size and Scope of the Financial Task
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
Front matter, preface, tables of content
with William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly
in Fiscal Planning for Total War, William Leonard Crum, John F. Fennelly, and Lawrence Howard Seltzer
 
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