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. INCOMER-TAX. APPEAL NOW:

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INCOMER-TAX. APPEAL NOW: To the Editor. Sir,—Your rea-ders who are now re- ceiving the ever unwelcome blue notices of charge to Income Tiax for the current year, 1910-11, should give the same their immediate attention, and if after careful examination they come to the conclusion that their assessment is excessive, they must lose no time in giving, notice of their desire to appeal. The notice should be given within ten days, as in manv dis- tricts Cmmissioners will not admit ap- peals unless the notice is given within that time. It is the more important to appeal now, as if the present opportunity is allowed to pass, it will be no. use grumbling when the time conies for pay- ment of the Tax charged. There is no longer a right of appeal at the end of the year if the average profits should prove to be less than the amount of the assess- ment. It is necessary to furnish accounts in support of the appeal, and these accounts must be prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Inland Re- venue Authorities. If only a correct cash account is kept (which is rendered verv sanple by the use of "The Taxpayers' Cash Book ) there should be no difficulty in getting the assessment fixed at a fair amount. Many people whose incomes are derived from rents, interest, dividends, annuities, etc., whether paid "free of income-tax" or not, are now entitled to make a claim for the repayment of tax overpaid for the three years to April 5th last, as also in respect of life assurance premiums and Bank Interest.—Yours, etc., THE INCOME-TAX ADJUSTMENT AGENCY, LIMITED. E. MONTAGUE, Poultry, London, E.C

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