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Committee: Joint Tax Survey Committee
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of the Tax Survey Committee created by the fortieth Legislature of the state of Texas.
Subjects: Estate taxes | Personal property taxes | Property taxes | State income taxes | Tax administration | Tax appraisals | Tax evasion | Tax revenue | Tax system | Tobacco taxes |
Library Call Number: T350.8 T199 1929/H.J. of Tex. (Supp.), 41st Leg., R.S. 1 (1929)
Session: 40th R.S. (1927)
Online version: View report [463 pages  File size: 22,230 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Make a careful study of the subject of revenue and taxation with special references to the problems presented in Texas and the comparative burdens borne, and shall investigate and study the systems of raising revenue and administering same in other states. Secure information as to Texas, and as to other such states desired by it, as to the taxable values of said states, the aggregate income of individuals and corporations within each state, the systems of taxation within same, the method of financing the educational and eleemosynary institutions and departments of the government and other information relative to the wealth and resources of each of said states and the methods employed for securing revenue for the maintenance of such institutions and the pro rata and comparative cost of educational and eleemosynary institutions and other departments of government. Recommend, as to legislation, as may be necessary, to secure sufficient funds for a proper and economical administration of the departments of government, educational and eleemosynary institutions and as will, as nearly as possible, fairly and equitably and impartially distribute such burdens against its citizens and their property and make a reality of the constitutional provision that "taxes shall be equal and uniform."

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