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officeor

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employment

the object of income tax under SCHEDULE E. An office is ‘a subsisting, permanent, substantive position which has an existence independent of the person who filled it and was held in succession by successive holders’.
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Alternatively, members of Congress can choose to hold existing investments while in officewith no option for trading until they leave officeor transfer them to a blind trust.
During times of peace we have never been very good at knowing what to do with our young men who, by temperament, may not be suited to the routines of officeor factory.
When you sign a lease on a new officeor even buy a new homeyou think about what steps to take to help secure your property.