ERTA

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ERTAEconomic Recovery Tax Act (of 1981)
ERTAEconomic Recovery Tax Act of 1981
ERTAEthiopian Radio and Television Agency
ERTAEuropean Road Transport Agreement
ERTAEuropean Recorder Teachers Association (UK)
ERTAEarth Riders Trails Association
ERTAEarth Riders Trail Association
ERTAEmergency Response Team Advance
ERTAEdmonton Retired Teachers Association (Canada)
ERTAEastern Rural Telephone Association
ERTAEmergency Relief Tracking Application
ERTAEnvironmental Restoration Technical Assistance
ERTAEast Ramapo Teachers Association (New York)
ERTAEnergy Resources and Technologies Analysis
ERTAEvansville Retired Teachers Association (Evansville, Indiana)
ERTAEastern Region Training Associates
ERTAEmergency Response Training Associates
ERTAEducation Research and Training Authority (Florida)
ERTAEmergency Response Training Association
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(7) The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 enacted the Accelerated Cost Recovery System, which delineated classes of assets and assigned cost recovery percentages each year.
The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA) offers a blueprint for fiscal stimulus that would be far more effective than the package approved by Pres.
Since ERTA (Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981), we have seen 18 major pieces of Federal tax legislation, all with significant provisions that affect what is taxable and what is deductible.
11 The rules in the temporary and proposed regulations are modeled upon the language contained in section 1256(e)(2)(A), which was enacted as part of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981.
But after studying data in the wake of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, Lindsey discovered othewise.
A study conducted by the Tax Foundation, a tax research group, has found the tax burden has shifted significantly from individuals to corporations since the pas sage of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, which initially lowered rates for both groups.
Second, because 1983 tax rate schedules for estimated taxes did not fully reflect the reduction in liabilities under the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA), quarterly estimated payments in 1983 were unusually large and the corresponding settlements in 1984 were unusually small.
The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 eliminated this, requiring all taxpayers to depreciate new or used real estate over 15 years.
The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA) eliminated all estate and gift taxes between spouses by providing for an unlimited marital deduction.
Politicians opposed to supply-side economics have disparaged the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, introduced by then-President Ronald Reagan, as a "tax cut for the rich." In an except from his 1990 book, "The Growth Experiment: How the New Tax Policy Is Transforming the U.S.
The accelerated methods and shortened depreciable lives included in the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 were a tremendous spur to real estate development during the early 1980s, and certainly contributed to the overbuilding that took place in the United States.
In the previous estimates, declines in personal income tax liabilities under provisions of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA) were assumed effective in October 1981, in July 1982, and in July 1983.
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