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STATISTICS OF INCOME . . . 1955 



INCOME TAX 
RETURNS 



for tax years ended 
July 1955-June 1956 



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U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 



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OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE 

JUL 1 5 1958 

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Statistics of Income / 1955 



Corporation 

INCOME TAX 
RETURNS 



for tax years 
ended 
July 1955-June 1956 










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GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS DEPARTMENT | 
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MAY 1 1 2000 I 



Prepared under the direction of the 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue 
by the Statistics Division 



U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



Internal Revenue Service • Publication No. 16 {6-58) 






UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1958 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. 8. Oovernment Printing Office, Washington 2S, D. C. - Price $i.« (P.P*r cover) 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Treasury Department, 
Office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 

Washington, D. C. , May 21, 1958., 

Sir: I have the honor to submit the report entiled Statistics of 
Income — 1955, Corporation Income Tax Returns for Tax Years Ended July 
1955— June 1956. This report was compiled in accordance with the pro- 
visions of section 6108 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 which re- 
quires the annual preparation and publication of statistics reasonably 
available with respect to the operation of the Federal income tax laws. 
Since the inception of this annual publication, these statistics have 
been widely used, not only with respect to the operation and adminis- 
tration of the income tax laws, but also as benchmarks in estimating the 
national income. 

This volume presents information relative to income, deductions, 
assets, liabilities, tax liability, tax credit, and dividends paid as 
reported on corporation income tax returns for tax years ended July 
1955 through June 1956. 
Respectfully, 



Russell C. Harrington, 
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 



Hon. Robert B. Anderson, 

Secretary of the Treasury. 



Ill 



OTHER STATISTICS OF INCOME PUBLICATIONS 

Individuals Statistics of Income — 1955, Individual IncomeTax Returns 

Adjusted gross income, taxable income, income tax, self- 
employment tax, soiirces of income, exemptions, tax 
credits, classified by size of adjusted gross income. 
Taxable income by taxable income size for applicable tax 
rates. Selected sources of income by States and Terri- 
tories. Sole proprietorship income, receipts, net profit 
or loss, classified by size of total receipts, industry 
groups. Historical summary 19'+6-55. (117 pp., 70^) 

Fiduciaries Statistics of Income — 1954, Fiduciary Income Tax Returns 

Total income, taxable income, income tax, sources of in- 
come, deductions, exemptions; classifiedby size of total 
income. Selected sources of income by States and Terri- 
tories. Taxable income and income tax by size of taxable 
income. (56 pp., 40^) 

Estates Statistics of Income — 1954, Estate Tax Returns 

Gross estate, deductions, net estate, tEixes, and tax 
credits. Classifications by size of gross estate, size 
of net estate before specific exemption. Selected estate 
tax data by States and Territories. (26 pp., 25#) 

Gifts Statistics of Income for 1953, Part 1, Individual Income 
Tax Returns, Estate Tax Returns, Gift Tax Returns 

Total gifts, exclusions, deductions, net gifts, tax. 
Classifications by size of net gifts, size of total gifts 
plus gift tax, tax status, type of property. (138 pp., 
75 #) 

Partnerships Statistics of Income— 1953 , Partnership Returns 

Partnership receipts, deductions, profit and loss, assets, 
liabilities. Classifications by industry groups, size of 
ordinary net income or deficit, size of total receipts. 
Frequency of returns by year of organization, new or 
successor business. Self -employment income and family 
partnership data. (62 pp., A5i) 

Farmers' Statistics of Income — 1953, Farmers' Cooperative Income 
cooperatives Tax Returns 

Receipts, deductions, net income or deficit, tax, assets, 
liabilities, special deductions and adjustments. Classi- 
fications by size of business receipts, size of total 
assets, net income status. States and Territories, type 
of service performed, exemption status. ('+2 pp., <+0#) 

statistics of Income publications are for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. 



IV 



Confents 

Page 

1 . Guide to subjects and categories 2 

2. Corporation income tax returns, July 1 955-June 1956 V 

Selected data for tax years 1955 and 195i, 7 

New data relating income size and asset size 8 

Inventories ° 

Classification of returns 8 

Description of sample and limitations of data 11 

Explanation of terms 12 

3. Tables from corporation income tax returns, July 1 955-June 1956 18 

^. Source Book of Statistics of Income, 1926-1951, 1953-1955 132 

5. Facsimiles of corporation income tax return forms, 1955 l'^2 

Index 

V 



183 



7. Guide to Subjects 
and Categories 



Guide to TABLES BY SUBJECT 



Industry measurement: 

Minor industry receipts, costs, net income, taxes 

Major industry income statements 

Major industry balance sheet and related income statements 

Major industry asset size distribution, selected balance sheet and income statement 

items 

Industrial division income size distribution, net income, taxes, dividends paid 

Industrial division asset size and income size distribution, total assets, net income 

or deficit, dividends paid 

Asset size and income size distributions: 

Balance sheets and related income statements, by size of total assets 

Major industry selected balance sheet and income statement items, by size of total 

assets 

Industrial division net income, taxes, and dividends paid, by size of net income or 

deficit 

Total assets, net income or deficit, and dividends paid, by size of net income or 

deficit, by size of total assets, by industrial division 

Type of tax liability, by size of net income 

Dividend and selected interest receipts, by size of net income or deficit 

Type of dividend^ paid, by size of net income or deficit 

Dividends summary; 

Dividend receipts by size of net income or deficit 

Type of dividends paid by size of net income or deficit 

Accounting periods: 

Calendar and noncalendar periods related to income size 

Net income or deficit, and tax, by month in which accounting period ended 

Inventories: 

Manufact\xring and trade beginning and ending, related sales and total assets 

Manufacturing and trade beginning and ending, total assets, by month accounting period 
ended 



Returns with net income. 



District of filing, net income or deficit, and tax. 



Asset size distribution, balance sheets and related income statements. 

Foreign tax credit claimed: 

Major industry distribution 

Asset size distribution 

Income size distribution 



Western Hemisphere trade corporations: 

Major industry distribution 

Asset size distribution 

Income size distribution 



Table 
No. 

1 
2 
3 



17 



18 



13 



Payments on declaration of estimated tax, net income, tax, foreign tax credit, by size of 

net income, by month in which accounting period ended 19 

Consolidated returns: 

Industrial division, balance sheets and income statements 



Page 
No. 

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25 
31 

41 
67 

70 



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70 


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9 


91 


10 


92 


9 


91 


10 


92 


11 


93 


12 


93 



112 



113 



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96 


15 


102 


16 


110 



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116 



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22 


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23 


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24 


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25 


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28 


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29 


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Guide to. 



NUMBER OF CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS 
WITHIN PRINCIPAL CATEGORIES 



The number of returns from which data are summarized varies for different groups 
depending on category of returns covered. 



200 



THOUSANDS OF RETURNS 
400 



600 



800 



ACTIVE 



Financial data are available for 807,303 
active corporations 

No financial data are available for 34,822 
inactive corporations 



Data relating to 807,303 ACTIVE CORPORATIONS are tabulated for: 



WITH NET INCOME 



WITHOUT NET INCOME 



513,270 Returns with net income 
294,033 Returns without net income 



with net tncoirw 



WITH BALANCE SHEETS 

without net income 



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746,962 Returns with balance sheets 
60,341 Returns without balance sheets 



420,076 Calendar year returns 
336,902 Noncalendar year returns 
50,325 Part-year returns 



SEPARATE TABULATIONS are made for: 



12,583 Returns showing payment of estimated tax 



2,906 Consolidated returns 



1,759 With net income 
2,836 With balance sheets 



3,688 Returns with foreign tax credit , 



3,084 With Form 1118 



668 Western Hemisphere trade corporation returns 



278 With credit claimed for foreign taxes 

390 Without credit claimed for foreign taxes 

3 



2. Corporation Income 

Tax Returns, 

July 1955-June 1956 



2. CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS FOR 
TAX YEARS ENDED JULY 1955 - JUNE 1956 



This report summarizes data compiled from a sample 
of all corporation income tax returns covering ac- 
counting periods ended July 1955 through June 1956. 
The total number of corporation returns filed for 
this period was 842,125, of which 807,303 were for 
active corporations. 

In processing data for this complete report cer- 
tain revisions were made of some of the figures 
which appeared in the Preliminary Report, Statistics 
of Income — 1955, Corporation Income Tax Returns, 
published in March 1958. 

The provisions of the 1954- Internal Revenue Code 
under which these returns were filed were substan- 
tially the same as those in effect during the 
preceding tax year. 



SELECTED DATA FOR TAX YEARS 1955 AND 1954 

Corporation returns filed for accounting periods 
ended July 1955 through June 1956 were characterized 
by a marked increase over the preceding period in 
both gross receipts and profits. Gross receipts 
from sales and from operations totaled nearly $613 
billion, an increase of $84 billion. Similarly, 
corporate profits after taxes increased from $19.9 
billion in the preceding period to $26. 2 billion. 



Table A.-ALL ACTIVE CORPORATIONS: RECEIPTS, DEDUCTIONS, TAX. PROFITS, 1955 AND 1954 



Chart I. -CORPORATE PROFITS. BEFORE AND AFTER TAXES 



$36.7 
Bi 1 1 ion 






Accounting periods ended— 


Item 


July 1955- 
Jone 1956 


July 1954- 
June 1955 




(Billion dottmtt) 




612.7 
29.6 


528.9 




25.9 




6*2.2 


554.8 




4i8.6 
145.7 


389.7 




128. 4 




59<.3 


518.1 




47.9 
21.7 


36.7 




16.9 








26.2 


19.9 







Corporation income tax liability for the period 
amounted to $21.7 billion, up $4.9 billion over the 
preceding tax year. Chart 1 and tables A and B 
provide summary data for these two tax years. 

The increase in corporate receipts was general. 
Profits after taxes, however, decreased slightly 
for the agriculture and construction divisions as 
well as certain industries in the finance and 
service sectors. In the manufacturing division all 
industries reported an increase in profits except 
ordnance and accessories. Tables 2 and 14 of this 
report provide detailed information from corporate 
income statements for periods ended July 1955 through 
June 1956. 

Of the 807,303 active corporation returns filed, 
746,962 provided balance sheet data. The value of 
total assets reported for these corporations was 
nearly $889 billion, over $83 billion more than the 
total reported for the 1954 tax year. Balance sheet 
data are shown in detail by industry group in tables 
3 and 15 of this report. 

Table B.— NUMBER OF CORPORATION RETURNS. NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, 
AND TAX, 1955 AND 1954 





Accounting periods 
ended — 


Increase or 
decrease (-) 


Item 


July 1955- 
June 1956 


July 1954- 
June 1955 


Number or 
amount 


Percent 


Nujnber of returns : 


807,303 
34,822 


722,805 
31,214 


84,498 
3,608 


11.7 


Inactive corporations 


11.6 


Total 


342,125 


754,019 


88,106 


11.7 






Active corporations; 

Returns with net income; 

Number of returns^ 

Net income thousand dollars.. 

Income tax: 


513,270 
50,328,887 

451,406 
21,740,890 

294,033 
2,850,616 


441,177 
39,572,830 

391,522 
16,823,241 

281,628 
3,244,395 


72,093 
10,756,057 

59,884 
4,917,649 

12,405 
-393,779 


16.3 
27.2 

15.3 


Amount thousand dollars . . 

Returns without net income; 

Number of returns 

Deficit thousand dollars.. 


29.2 

4.4 
-12.1 



"^Returns with net income but with no tax liability occur as a result of special 
statutory deductions from net income. The tax liability tabulated is before foreign 
tax credit. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



JJEW DATA RELATING INCOME SIZE AND ASSET SIZI 

This volume of Statistics of Income contains nevi 
information relating size of net income and size of 
total assets. Table 7, pages 70-89, shows the 
number of returns, total assets, net income or 
deficit, tax, and dividends paid cross-classified 
by size of total assets, size of net income or 
deficit, within six industry divisions. This is 
the first time such detail has been available. 

In addition to the new data mentioned above, 
several tables provide the distribution of data by 
size of net income or by size of total assets which 
are carried regularly in Statistics of Income re- 
ports. Data relating to income, taxes, interest, 
dividends, and total assets are distributed by size 
of net income or deficit in tables 6-10. Of the 
513,270 returns with net income about 4-7 percent had 
a net income under $5,000. Thirty-five returns which 
showed a net income of over $100 million accounted 
for 25 percent of all net income tabulated. Infor- 
mation relative to size of taxpayer corporation is 
provided in several tables showing data classified 
by size of total assets. Data for seventy-one 
income statement and balance sheet items are dis- 
tributed among fourteen asset classes in table A-. 
Table 16 provides a similar distribution of data 
for returns with net income. In table 5 seventeen 
major income statement and balance sheet items are 
shown by asset size for each major industrial group. 
A summary of the n\miber of returns, total assets, 
total compiled receipts, and net income or deficit, 
by size of total assets appears in table C. 

Table C — RETURNS WITH BAHNCE SHEET5— NUMBER, TOTVL \3SETS, TOTAL COMPILED 
RECEIPTS, AND NET INCOME OR DEFICIT. BV SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



Size of total assets 


Number 

of 
returns 


Total 
assets 

(Thotiaand 
dollaiai 


Total 
compiled 
receipts 
(Thousand 
doltaia) 


Net income 
or deficit 

(ThouaBftd 
dollars) 




(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


Under $25,000 


185,260 
114,304 
131,510 
150,350 
70,433 

39,301 
23,486 
12,367 
6,794 
4,663 

1,583 
834 

607 
420 


2,112,894 

4,167,461 

9,480,603 

23,922,504 

24,560,243 

27,381,704 
44,556,771 
43,393,092 
47,606,180 
71,794,509 

54,677,516 

57,695,846 

91,919,320 

385,352,627 


6,724,238 

9,546,573 

19,810,649 

48,805,215 

48,144,225 

48,675,268 
58,141,532 
39,440,971 
35,488,974 
44,789,912 

32,464,345 

32,559,537 

51,316,224 

158,600,445 






87,833 


$50,00 jnder $100,000 






$250,000 under $500,000 




$500,000 under $1,000,000 


1,635,409 
2,541,148 
2,239,063 


$1,000,000 under $2,500,000 


$2,500,000 under $5,000,000 


$5,000,000 under $10,000,000. 


$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 under $250,000,000 

$250,000,000 or more 


3,515,744 

2,926,907 
3,097,814 
4,862,847 








746,962 


888,621,270 


634,503,108 








'Deficit. 











INVENTORIES 

Two special tables show inventory data from manu- 
facturing and trade corporation returns. Table 17 
relates gross sales and total assets to inventories 
for manufacturing industries and retail and whole- 
table 18 beginning and ending 
shown by industry and accounting 
shows the overall change in 
for the manufacturing and trade 
percent of inventory increase for 
is shown by accounting period in 



sale trade. In 
inventories are 
period. Chart 2 
inventory values 
sectors. The 
these sectors 
Chart 3. 



Chart 2.-BEGINNINe AND ENDING INVENTORIES OF MANUFACTURING 
AND TRADE CORPORATIONS 



Tai Years Ended luly 1955-lune 1956 



Bin Ions of dollars 



Bill Ions of dollars 



Beginning of year 




End of year 

inj 



MANUFACTURING WHOLESALE TRADE RETAIL TRADE 



CLASSIFICATION OF RETURNS 

Returns of active corporations are classified on 
the basis of net income, total assets, industry, 
district where filed, accounting period, and the 
applicability of special tax provisions. Except 
for the number of returns filed, shown in table 
B, data were not tabulated for inactive corpora- 
tions. 



Par 
20 


Chart 3.-PERCENT OF INVENTORY Ih 

MANUFACTURING AND TRADE C 

IN VfHICH ACCOUNTIN 

cent 

MANUFACTURING 


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CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



Table D.— INCOME STATEMENT ITEMS FOR RETURNS WITH OR WITHOUT B\LANCE SHEETS, 
JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



-NUMBER OF RETURNS WITH BVL\NCE SHEETS. BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT 
JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



Number of returns 

Receipts : 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest en Government obligations 
(less amortizable bond preroiuni) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by 

net long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by 

net short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital 

assets. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repai rs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension 

plans. 
Amounts contributed under other 

employee benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital 

assets. 
Other deductions 

.Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss {16 less 

34). 

Net income or deficit (35 less 6) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (35 

less 38). 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock.. 
Corporation's own stock 



Returns with 
and without 

balance 

sheets 



(1) 



Returns with 
balance 
sheets 



(2) 



Re tu ms 
without 
balance 
sheets 



(3) 



746,962 



514,863,881 
97,818,849 



2,287,260 

78,898 

471,045 

10,369,502 

5,176,124 

698, 387 

46,123 

2,204,875 

1,017,495 

2,571,769 

772,177 

3,871,651 



642,248,036 



390,323,098 
58,242,078 
10,480,700 
5,682,349 
5,623,940 
1,652,827 

7,058,356 

14,202,627 

414,759 

2,590,333 
13,418,787 

2,805,495 

6,601,835 
3,296,205 

1,146,863 



70,187,103 



594,298,720 



47,949,316 

47,478,271 

836,133 

21,740,890 

26,208,426 



13,592,432 
1,996,477 



508,765,508 
96,642,591 



2,264,101 

77,003 

456,942 

10,269,153 

5,048,198 
687,939 
44,509 

2,138,515 

981,431 

2,546,107 

768,390 

3,817,721 



634,508,108 



385,647,201 
57,524,994 
10,306,757 
5,594,590 
5,553,044 
1,626,185 

6,976,978 

14,031,385 

411,082 

2,572,324 
13,240,470 

2,779,102 

6, 509, 596 
3,273,575 



551,678 



586,906,971 



47,601,137 

47,144,195 

814,861 

21,536,239 

26,064,698 



13,467,937 
l,i(80,257 



6,098,373 
1,176,258 



23,159 

1,895 

14,103 

100,349 

127,926 

10,448 

1,614 

66,360 

36,064 

25,662 
3,787 
53,930 



4,675,897 
717,034 
173,943 
87,759 
70,896 
26,642 

81,378 

171,242 

3,677 

18,009 
178,317 

26,393 

92,239 
22,630 

9,652 

19,687 

1,016,304 



7,391,749 



348,179 

334,076 

21,272 

204,651 

143, 528 



124,495 

16,220 



Returns With Balance Sheets 

Certain classifications of data in this report are 
confined to returns with balance sheets. Table D 
provides a comparison of forty-one items tabulated 
from returns with balance sheets and without balance 





Returns with net income 


Returns without net income 


Size of net income and deficit 


Nujuber 
of 

returns 


Number 
of 

balance 
sheets 


Percent 

of 

returns 

with 

balance 

sheets 


Nujuber 

of 
returns 


Number 

of 

balance 

sheets 


Percent 

of 

returns 

with 

balance 

sheets 




(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


Under $1,000 

$1,000 luider $2 000 


110,207 
50,820 
35,150 
25,935 
20,804 

69,304 
42,073 
29,632 
29,509 
45,788 

23,018 

16,729 

6,405 

3,633 

3,199 

491 
346 
124 
68 

35 


100,013 
47,542 
33, 324 
24,661 
19,992 

67,133 
41,041 
28,977 
28,831 
44,906 

22,662 

16,447 

6,322 

3,548 

3,139 

484 

343 

124 

63 

35 


90.8 
93.5 
94.8 
95.1 
96.1 

96.9 
97.5 
97.8 
97.7 
98.1 

98.5 
98.3 

98.7 
97.7 
98.1 

98.6 
99.1 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


128,138 
35,781 
21,743 
16,096 
12,602 

32,783 
14,654 
8,420 
4,919 
10,367 

5,030 

2,405 

683 

255 

140 

9 
8 


106,745 
31,206 
19,544 
14,520 
11,404 

29,960 

13,791 

7,810 

4,583 

9,768 

4,755 

2,241 

659 

233 

134 

9 

8 


83.3 






$3 000 under $i 000 




$4,000 under $5,000 


90.5 






$10,000 under $15,000 


94 1 






$20,000 under $25,000 


93 2 






$50 000 under $100 000 


94 5 


$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000.... 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 or more 


93.2 
96.5 
91.4 
95.7 

100.0 
100.0 






Total 


513,270 


489,592 


95.4 


294,033 


257,370 


87.5 



sheets. Table E relates the number of returns with 
and without balance sheets to the size of net income 
or deficit. 

Returns With Net Income 

Classification as returns with or without net 
income is based on current year net income before 
allowance for net operating loss deduction and 
other special deductions. The application of these 
deductions causes some returns with net income to 
be nontaxable. Returns with deficit and returns 
with neither net income nor deficit, that is with 
equal income and deductions, are classified as 
returns without net income. Of the 807,303 ret\irns 
of active corporations, 513,270, or 64 percent, 
showed net income. Table F shows summary data by 
nine industrial divisions for returns with net 
income and returns without net income. Detailed 
statistics for returns with net income are shown 
separately in tables 14, 15, and 16. 

Industry Classification 

The industrial classification system used in this 
report is the same as that used for the preceding 
volume. Statistics of Income — 1954, Corporation 



Table F.— NUMBER OF RETURNS, 


TOT\L COMPILED RECEIPTS. NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, \ND TAX, 


BV INDUSTRKL DIVISION 


JULY 1956-JUNE 1956 








Total number 

of active 

corporation 

returns 


Returns with net incomt. 


Returns without net income 




Number of 
returns 


Percent of 

division 

total 


Total 
compiled 
receipts 

(Thausanrl 
dollersi 


Net income 

{Thousand 
dolUrs) 


Income tax 


Number of 
returns 


Percent of 

division 

total 


Total 
compiled 
receipts 
( Thousand 

dollars) 




Industrial division 


Number of 
returns 


Amount 

frfiouaand 
dollar!) 


Deficit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 




CD 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


C8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 




807,303 

10,303 
10,718 
41,569 

129,828 
33,017 

264,968 

234,019 
72,892 
9,989 


513,270 

5,543 
5,145 
25,246 
85,838 
20,982 
171,794 

155,630 
40,909 
2,183 


63.6 

53.8 
48.0 
60.7 
66.1 
63.5 
64.8 

66.5 
56.1 
21.9 


584,975,387 

2,125,028 

7,971,916 

16,472,036 

288,244,880 

44,547,463 

184,738,925 

28,918,357 

11,873,565 
83,217 


50,328,887 

134,972 
1,335,346 

653,006 

26,978,873 

5,955,490 

5,729,871 

8,559,494 

920,632 

11,203 


451,406 

4,523 
4,335 
22,045 
74,902 
18,453 
150,104 

141,601 

33,809 

1,634 


21,740,890 

67,968 

607,001 

253,670 

13,014,764 

2,903,011 

2,461,884 

2,062,530 

366,907 

3,155 


294,033 

4,760 
5,573 
16,323 
43,990 
12,035 
93,174 

78,389 
31,983 
7,806 


36.4 

46.2 
52.0 
39.3 
33.9 
36.5 
35.2 

33.5 
43.9 

78.1 


57,272,649 

460,970 
1,838,814 
3,566,347 

18,213,713 
3,672,017 

22,995,548 

3,888,363 

2,603,746 

28,131 


2,850,616 


Agriculture, forestry, and fishery 


61,741 
255,037 




175,163 


Manufacturing 


968,420 
179,750 


Trade . 


606,496 


Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real 


369,108 




216,534 


Nature of business not allocable 


18,362 



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CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



Income Tax Returns. The Standard Industrial 
Classification issued by the Office of Statistical 
Standards, Bureau of the Budget, Executive Office 
of the President, has been adapted for Statistics 
of Income use. Since the Standard Industrial 
Classification is designed for establishment classi- 
fication, its adaptation to the classification of 
corporation income tax returns, which are filed on 
an ownership basis, has necessitated considerable 
change in the content and number of groups used. 
In Statistics of Income returns are classified into 
225 minor industrial groups, 65 major groups and 9 
industrial divisions. 

The industrial classification of a return is 
determined by the business activity accounting for 
the largest percentage of total receipts. Because 
many corporations, virtually all of the large firms, 
carry on business in more than one of the 225 indus- 
tries, the classification of corporation data by 
industry is necessarily subject to many limitations. 
Year-to-year changes in the classification of spe- 
cific corporations result frommergers, other altera- 
tions in corporate structure, and the election to 
file consolidated returns. 

In the finance, insurance, and real estate divi- 
sion, data for savings institutions and insurance 
carriers reflect special provisions of income tax 
law. Enactment of the "Life Insurance Company Tax 
Act for 1955" affects comparability of the 1955 data 
with that for prior years. See facsimile of Form 
1120L, page 161 and subchapter L of chapter 1 of the 
1954 Code as revised. 

District Where Filed 

Table 13 shows the number of returns, net income 
or deficit, and tax by Internal Revenue regions and 
districts. This table is a geographic distribution 
based on the place of filing and not necessarily on 
the location of business activity. A corporation 
is required to file its returns in the district in 
which its principal office or place of business is 
located. However, there is no way of determining 
from income tax returns the amount of income origi- 
nating in a specific State or the amount of tax paid 
on such income. For example, a corporation doing 
business on a nationwide scale files its return in 
a single district and all data from that return are 
classified in that district. A map of the Internal 
Revenue regions and districts is shown on page 94-. 

Consolidated Returns 

A single income tax return may contain the com- 
bined financial data of two or more corporations 
meeting the following requirements: 

(1) A common parent corporation owns at least 80 

percent of the voting power of all classes 
of stock and at least 80 percent of each 
class of nonvoting stock (except stock which 
is limited and preferred as to dividends) of 
at least one member of the group. 

(2) These same proportions of stock of each other 

member of the group are owned within the 
group. 



In tabulating corporation statistics, a consoli- 
dated return is treated as a unit, each classification 
being determined on the basis of the combined data 
of the affiliated group. Corporate changes to or 
from a consolidated return basis affect year-to-year 
comparability of data in each classification into 
which the individual companies or affiliated group 
would normally fall. 

Data for 13,872 corporations (2,906 parent corpo- 
rations and 10,966 active and inactive subsidiaries) 
were reported on 2,906 returns and included in the 
tabulations in this volume. Table G shows the dis- 
tribution of these companies by nine industrial 
divisions. Tables 20 through 23 show detailed 
financial data from consolidated returns separately. 



Table G.-NUMBER OP CONSOLIDATED RETURNS AND SUBSIDIARIES, 

1955 \ND 1954 


BV INDUSTRIAL DIVISION, 


Industrial division 


Number of consolidated 

returns for accounting 

periods ended— 


Number of subsidiaries 

for accounting periods 

ended — 




July 1955- 
June 1956 


July 195A- 
June 1955 


July 1955- 
June 1956 


July 1954- 
June 1955 




U) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 




2,906 

13 
137 
110 
797 
277 
682 

607 
274 

4 


2,723 

21 
U3 
122 
759 
264 
62i 

602 
216 


10,966 

64 

395 

278 

2,761 

1,640 

2,211 

2,037 
1,573 


10,416 

41 

352 

311 

2,748 

1,642 

2,017 

1,998 

1,305 
2 


Agriculture, forestry, and fishery... 
Mining and quarrying 






Trade 


Finance, insurance, real estate and 
lessors of real property 


Nature of business not allocable 



Affiliated groups electing to file consolidated 
returns are subject to an additional surtax of 2 
percent of taxable income computed (1) before de- 
duction of partially tax-exempt interest, and (2) 
by excluding taxable income of regulated public 
utilities and Western Hemisphere trade corporations. 



Returns Showing Payments on Declarations of 
Estimated Tax 

Declarations of estimated tax were first required 
for tax years ended December 31, 1955. Only corpo- 
rations taxed under sections 11, 1201(a), or 
subchapter L and with an expected tax liability of 
more than $100,000 after any tax credits are 
required to file declarations. The declaration and 
the first payment are due, in general, by the 15th 
day of the 9th month of the tax year. The second 
payment is due by the 15th day of the 12th month of 
the tax year. For tax years ended on or after 
December 31, 1955, and before December 31, 1956, the 
total required payment was 10 percent of the esti- 
mated tax. Estimated tax is defined as the amount 
of expected total tax liability in excess of 
$100,000 and expected credits. 

Table 19 contains data from those returns for 
periods ended on or after December 31, 1955, and 
before July 1, 1956, which showed payments on esti- 
mated tax. The credit for taxes paid to foreign 
countries or United States possessions shown in 
this table is the only credit currently allowed 
against the income tax of corporations. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



11 



Foreign Tax Credit Claimed 

A credit for taxes paid to a foreign country or 
Iftiited States possession can be taken against the 
United States income tax by domestic corporations 
receiving income from outside the Iftiited States. 
The credit claimed for taxes paid to each foreign 
country or possession cannot exceed the amount of 
United States tax allocable to income from the 
country or possession determined by using the ratio 
of taxable income from the foreign source to total 
taxable income. 

Tables 24, 25, and 26 show the amount of credit 
claimed, together with related income and tax data, 
distributed by major industrial groups, size of 
total assets, and size of net income. 

Form 1118 (facsimile, page 179) is used to compute 
the allowable credit and provides additional data 
about foreign income and tax for these tables. Not 
all of the supporting statements were available for 
tabulation. 

The amount of foreign tax credit claimed by cor- 
porations making payments on • declarations of 
estimated tax is shown in table 19. This credit is 
used in computing the estimated tax. 

Corporations not claiming a foreign tax credit 
can take foreign taxes paid as an ordinary deduc- 
tion in computing net income but these taxes are 
not identifiable on the return. Corporations 
organized under the China Trade Act, 1922, and 
corporations receiving sufficient gross income from 
sources within a possession of the United States to 
receive the benefits of section 931 of the 1954 Code 
are treated as foreign corporations and denied the 
use of the foreign tax credit. 



Western Hemisphere Trade Corporations 

A Western Hemisphere trade corporation is defined 
by the Internal Revenue Code as a domestic corpora- 
tion (1) all of whose business (except incidental 
purchasing) is done in North, Central, or South 
America, or the West Indies; (2) 95 percent or more 
of whose gross income for the 3-year period ending 
with the close of the taxable year (or for such part 
of the period as the corporation was in existence) 
was derived from sources outside the United States; 
and (3) 90 percent or more of whose gross income 
for such period was derived from active conduct of 
a trade or business. 

Western Hemisphere trade corporations are granted 
a tax concession in the form of a deduction from 
taxable income equal to approximately 27 percent of 
such income. When included in an affiliated group 
filing a consolidated return, their income is exempt 
from the 2 percent additional tax imposed on con- 
solidated taxable income. 

Tables 27, 28, and 29 show data for these corpo- 
rations distributed by industrial groups, size of 
total assets, and size of net income or deficit. 
Income and tax data in these tables are not fully 
representative of Western Hemisphere trade corpora- 
tions since aggregate data from 52, predominantly 
large, consolidated returns of affiliated groups 
were included in the tabulations. Data from a 
consolidated return are included if any member of 
the affiliated group qualifies as a Western 



Hemisphere trade corporation although in many cases 
the consolidated report reflects only a small amount 
of Western Hemisphere trade corporation experience. 
Data for returns without net income are probably 
understated since Western Hemisphere trade corpora- 
tions are frequently identifiable only by their 
special deduction from taxable income. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE SAMPLE AND LIMITATIONS 
OF DATA 

The population. — The population which consisted 
of all corporation income tax returns covering ac- 
counting periods ended between July 1, 1955 and 
June 30, 1956, numbered 842,125. This figure 
includes returns filed on Forms 1120, 1120L (life 
insurance), and 1120M (mutual insurance). It 
includes 34,822 returns of inactive corporations, 
although no statistics were tabulated from these 
returns. It excludes tentative returns and amended 
returns not associated with an original return. 
Tax forms in the 990 series, filed by exempt organi- 
zations, were not used. 

The sample design. — The sample design was charac- 
terized by stratification, optimum allocation, and 
the use of prescribed serial number endings to de- 
signate returns included in the sample. 

The population was stratified by type of return, 
by volume of business, by tax status, that is by 
taxable or nontaxable returns, and by the 64 district 
offices. Sampling instructions directed that all 
consolidated returns, life and mutual insurance 
company returns, and returns with overpayments of 
tax be included in the sample. Other retijrns in the 
population were stratified by volume of business 
into large, medium, and small according to the 
following definitions: 

1. Large returns were those with gross sales, 
gross receipts, or total income of $500,000 or 
more. 

2. Medium returns were those in which at least one 
of the items — gross sales, gross receipts, or 
total income— was between $100,000 and $500,000, 
but none $500,000 or more. 

3. Small returns were those with gross sales, 
gross receipts, and total income each less than 
$100,000. 

The sample size, sample rate, and estimated popu- 
lation for the strata based on volume of business 
and type of return are given below: 

1955 Corporation Sample 

Sampling ratios 

(.„_.,._, „, ,„_ Kunber of returns — J7~ 

Sanpltng stratum ^ — rre- 

filed In sample scribed. Achieved 

Special: 

1120L 1,258 1,258 1.00 1.000 

1120M 766 766 1. 00 1. 000 

1120 consolidated. 2,906 2,906 1.00 1.000 

Large: 

Controlled byname^ 10,456 10,456 1.00 1.000 

Other 126,119 118,838 1.00 0.942 

Medium 207,390 39,756 0.20 0.192 

Small 493,230 47,274 0.10 0.096 

Total,all returns. 842,125 221,254 

^Returns with net income or deficit of $1,000,000 
or more, or total assets of $5,000,000 or more. 



468791 O -58 -2 



12 CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 

The method of estimation. — The size of the popu- balance of taxable income, and was reported only if 
lation, or total number of returns, was determined it was less than the regular normal tax and surtax, 
by counts made in each of the district offices and Alternative tax was tabulated in "Income tax," 
submitted to the Statistics Division. Sample Comparability of data with that for prior years is 
return data were extended to the population levels affected by reduction of the maximum tax rate for 
by application of appropriate adjustment factors. net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term 
The adequacy of the sample size was tested by capital loss from 26 percent to 25 percent for taxa- 
app lying the prescribed sampling rates to the number ble years beginning on or after April 1, 1954-. 
of returns of various types filed and comparing Alternative tax imposed on gross income of insurance 
this expected sample size with the number of sample companies by subchapter L of chapter 1 cf the 195^+ Code 
returns actually received. If the number of sample is tabulated with the regular normal and surtax, 
returns received was insufficient, adjustments were Amortization is the sum of (1) deductions taken 
made. The prescribed and achieved sampling ratios in lieu of depreciation for emergency facilities 
are shown in the preceding table. (under section 168 of the 1954- Code), and grain 
Sampling errors. — The area of 100 percent coverage storage facilities (section 169), and (2) the amounts 
is large and therefore the sampling error on an of deferred expenses written off in 1955 for re- 
overall basis for most amounts is only a fraction search and experimental expenditures (section 174-), 
of 1 percent. exploration and development expenditures (sections 
The maximum sample variability in the basic totals 615 and 616), and organizational expenditures 
for all industry groups and asset sizes combined are (section 24-8). 

as follows: Assets and liabilities were tabulated as of 

Percent December 31, 1955, or close of fiscal year nearest 

Total number of returns 40.25 ^^Tt^°- .. ^h^ liability items "Accounts payable" 

Net income less deficit ^KJ.IO l"}^ "Capital stock, common" may be overstated in the 

Net income ^O. 08 ^^^^^?^ ^ir^^°^' T^?"" .,'? ""^^^^ ^'""''P ^'"^'^^^ 

Deficit +1 00 agencies other than banks," due to taxpayer report- 
Gross sales +o'o6 ^'^ °^ some savings and loan association savings 

Gross receipts! ............. +o! 19 accounts as such liability items rather than as 

T . To'n^ "Other liabilities" where they were typically re- 
Income tax +0.06 . , ™ .. ,,„ , •' ^ •'^ J- -J J 

Total aqsp+q +0 PD ported. The item "Earned siirplus and undivided 

~ ' profits" was reduced by all deficits reported in 

These limits will be exceeded in the long run in paid-in, capital, or earned svirplus and undivided 

about 5 out of 100 similar samples of the 1955 profits. 

corporation ret\irns. Bonds, notes, mortgages payable. — The income tax 
The sampling error for the various characteristics return specifies that the maturity of these obliga- 
for the industry groups with even the smallest tions be computed from the date of the balance 
frequencies — forestry, anthracite mining, tobacco sheet. Therefore, obligations with maturity of less 
manufacturing, and ordnance and accessories — is than one year include both short-term obligations 
extremely small because the large corporations, all and long-term obligations nearing maturity. Prior 
of which are included in the sample, account for to 1954 the tax return specified classification of 
most of the money values as well as for 75 percent these obligationsby original maturity date. Because 
or more of gross sales. of this changeover during the accounting periods 
Nonsampling errors. — In addition to sampling covered by the Statistics of Income, 1954, the pub- 
variability the data are subject to certain biases lished data for 1954 as tabulated by maturity date 
due to processing, incomplete coverage, and taxpayer was subject to inconsistencies in definition. Some 
errors since the data were derived from unaudited inconsistency in definition may have been continued 
retiorns. Control over coverage was exerted through in the reporting of the 1955 data, 
an extensive system of sample management. On an In table 5 "Bonds and mortgages payable" are those 
overall basis, the amount of bias in money amounts, tabulated as "Maturity one year or more." 
as estimated from audited returns, may somewhat Capital assets less reserves in table 5 include 
exceed the sampling variabilities given above. depreciable, depletable, and intangible assets plus 

land, reduced by accumulated amortization, deprecia- 
tion, and depletion. 

Capital gain or loss is the gain or loss from sale 

EXPLANATION OF TERMS or exchange of "capital assets" as defined by sec- 
tion 1221 of the 1954 Code, and the aggregate net 

Facsimiles of the return forms for 1955 referred to in gain from sale or exchange of certain "property used 

the explanations are shown on pages 141 - 182. in the trade Or business" and from involuntary con- 
version of such property and of "capital assets" 

Accounts and notes payable, shown in table 5, held for more than 6 months as provided in section 

consists of amounts tabulated as bonds, notes, and 1231. 

mortgages payable with maturity of less than 1 year An alternative tax may be computed for returns 

and accounts payable. with a net long-term capital gain in excess of net 

Alternative tax under section 1201 consists of a short-term capital loss, 

tax of 25 percent of net long-term capital gain re- Losses from sale or exchange of capital assets are 

duced by any net short-term capital loss, plus allowed only to the extent of capital gains, but a 

normal tax and surtax at the usual rates on the net capital loss, reduced by capital gains in inter- 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



13 



vening years, may be carried over to the five suc- 
ceeding taxable years. An aggregate net loss from 
sale or exchange of "property used in the trade or 
business" and from involuntary conversion of such 
property and of "capital assets" is treated as an 
ordinary loss. 

In computing capital gains and losses — 

"Capital assets" (as defined by section 1221) con- 
sists of all property held by taxpayer except: (1) 
property properly includible in inventory, or prop- 
erty held primarily for sale in the ordinary course 
of trade or business; (2) depreciable and real prop- 
erty used in trade or business; (3) accounts and 
notes receivable acquired in the ordinary course of 
trade or business for services rendered or from 
sale of property includible in inventory or ordi- 
narily held for sale; (A) Government obligations 
issued on or after March 1, 1941, on a discount 
basis and payable without interest at a fixed 
maturity date not exceeding one year from date of 
issue; and (5) certain copyrights, literary, musical, 
or artistic compositions or similar properties. 

"Property used in the trade or business" means 
real property and depreciable property, used in the 
business and held for more than 6 months (but not 
certain copyrights, etc.), and certain timber, coal, 
unharvested crops, and livestock. 

"Short-term" pertains to gains or losses from 
property held 6 months or less; "long-term" to prop- 
erty held over 6 months. 

Consolidated returns are defined in text, page 10. 

Contributions or gifts. — Deductions for charita- 
ble contributions are limited by law to 5 percent 
of the net income (before this deduction). The 
amount reported included contributions carried over 
from 1954 under provisions of the 1954- Code which 
permits excess contributions to be deducted (within 
the above limit) from incomes of the two following 
years. 

Cost of goods sold and cost of operations. — 
Identifiable amounts of taxes, depreciation, amorti- 
zation, depletion, advertising, pension and other 
employee benefit plan contributions reported in 
these costs were transferred to their specific 
headings. 

"Cost of goods sold" was reported for transactions 
in which inventories were an income-determining 
factor; "Cost of operations" was reported for all 
other transactions. 

Credit claimed for foreign taxes paid and state- 
ment filed in support thereof. — See text, page 11. 

Deficit . — See "Net income or deficit," below. 

Depreciation . — This deduction is a composite amount 
resulting from the application of the following 
methods of depreciation allowed by the 1954 Code: 
straight line, declining balance, sum of the years- 
digits, and other methods. The accelerated methods 
of depreciation are applicable, in general, to 
tangible property acquired after December 31, 1953. 
Amounts of depreciation identifiable in the "Cost 
of goods sold" and "Cost of operations" schedules 
were transferred to this amount of depreciation. 

Income statements on return forms used by corpo- 
rations with accounting periods ended in the period 
July through November 1955 provided a single, com- 
bined entry for depreciation and amortization. 
Schedules attached to the returns were used to 



identify and tabulate the separate amounts where 
possible. When schedules were not available, the 
combined entry was tabulated as depreciation. 

Dividends from foreign sources in tables 24-29 
were tabulated from Form 1118 and exclude dividends 
received from foreign corporations doing 50 percent 
or more of their business in the United States to 
the extent that such dividends were deducted from 
taxable income under sections 245 and 246 of the 
1954 Code and were not eligible for use in computing 
the foreign tax credit. (Sections 245 and 246 per- 
tain to the special deductions allowed corporations 
for dividends received. ) 

Prior to 1955 dividends from foreign sources shown 
in the foreign tax credit and Western Hemisphere 
trade corporation tables were tabulated from sched- 
ule C of Form 1120 and represented the total divi- 
dends received from foreign corporations. 

Dividends received. — "Dividends, domestic corpo- 
rations" excludes dividends from domestic corpora- 
tions not subject to income tax under chapter 1 of 
the Internal Revenue Code (1954). The excluded 
dividends are tabulated in "Other receipts" and 
include dividends from China Trade Act corporations, 
corporations deriving a large percentage of their 
gross income from sources within a possession of 
the United States, and corporations exempt from in- 
come tax under sections 501 and 521 of the 1954 
Code. 

"Dividends, foreign corporations" include all 
dividends received from foreign corporations and 
reported on the return. See "Dividends from foreign 
sources," above, for limitation in tables 24-29. 

Deductions from the net income are allowed with 
respect to a portion of the dividends from domestic 
corporations and certain dividends from foreign 
corporations doing a substantial volume of business 
within the United States. Under the 1954 Code, if 
the sum of these deductions is larger than the net 
income, a net operating loss (subject to the carry- 
back and carryover provisions of section 172) results 
and the return is nontaxable. 

Earned surplus and undivided profits is a net 
figure after deduction of negative amounts reported 
in either "Paid-in or capital surplus" or "Earned 
surplus and undivided profits." 

Employee benefit plans other than those within 
the purview of section 404 of the 1954 Code include 
insurance plans, noninsiored death benefits, health, 
accident, and other welfare benefits deductible un- 
der section 162. 

Estimated tax. — See text, page 10. 

Foreign tax credit. — See text, page 11. 

Form 1118 statements. — See "Foreign tax credit 
claimed," page 11. 

Gross sales and gross receipts from operations. — 
Gross sales, less returns and allowances, is re- 
ported when inventories are an income-determining 
factor. Gross receipts from operations is reported 
when inventories are not an income-determining fac- 
tor. Costs are shown as deductions. 

Inactive corporations are those which reported no 
item of income or deduction. Such returns were 
filed in accordance with the regulation that a 
corporation having an existence during any portion 
of a taxable year is required to file a return. Re- 
turns of inactive corporations were not included in 



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CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



the tabulations, but the number filed is shovm in 
table B. 

Income, other than dividends, from foreign sources 

is the net amount of taxable income or loss, exclu- 
sive of dividends, from foreign countries or United 
States possessions, reported on line 6 of Form 1118. 
(See facsimile, page 179. ) 

Prior to 1955 the amount tabulated was the total 
net taxable income or loss from foreign countries 
(line 7, Form 1118) reduced by total dividends re- 
ceived from foreign corporations. Comparability of 
the 1955 data with that for prior years is affected 
by the different concepts of "Dividends from foreign 
soiorces" shown in the explanation of that item above. 

Income tax consists of normal tax, surtax, and 
alternative tax. The normal and surtax rates are 30 
and 22 percent, respectively, of taxable income as 
defined below. The alternative tax is explained 
above. The income tax also includes the 2 percent 
additional tax imposed on consolidated taxable in- 
come as explained on page 10. Tabulated with the 
income tax for returns with net income is a small 
amount of tax reported on returns without net income 
under the special provisions applicable to certain 
life and mutual insurance companies and to mutual 
savings banks having separate life insurance depart- 
ments . 

The income tax tabulated is before credit for 
foreign taxes paid and does not include tax un- 
der section 54-1 of the 1954. Code. 

Industrial divisions and groups. — See description 
of industrial classification used in Statistics of 
Income, page 9. 

Intangible assets. — The corporation income tax 
return provides for the reporting of intangible as- 
sets subject to amortization for this item. Since 
definition, valuation, and life of intangible assets 
varies from business to business no definitive 
description of this item can be given. 

Interest on Government obligations. — Interest on 
obligations issued by the United States or its in- 
strvmientalities on or after March 1, 1941, is wholly 
taxable. Interest on United States savings bonds 
and Treasury bonds owned in excess of the principal 
amount of $5,000 issued prior to March 1, 1941, and 
interest on obligations of instrumentalities of the 
United States issued prior to March 1, 1941, is 
subject to surtax only. 

Interest on obligations of States, Territories, 
United States possessions, or their political 
subdivisions, or of the District of Columbia, and 
interest on United States obligations issued on or 
before September 1, 1917, and on all postal savings 
bonds is wholly tax-exempt. All amounts tabulated 
are less amortizable bond premium. 

Internal revenue regions and districts.— See text, 
page 10. 

Investments. — Government obligations of "States, 
Territories, and United States possessions" include 
obligations of their political subdivisions and of 
the District of Columbia. United States obligations 
include those of instrumentalities of the United 
States. Investments which were not identified on 
the return as either "Ctovernment" or "Other" were 
included in "Other investments." 



Land. — Land acquired and certified as an emergency 
facility is amortizable under the provisions of sec- 
tion 168 of the 1954 Code relating to emergency 
facilities. The net value of land, after deduction 
of this amortization, was reported on the balance 
sheet. 

Liabilities. — See "Assets and liabilities." 

Net gain or loss, sales other than capital assets 
is the net gain or loss from the sale or exchange 
of (l) depreciable and real property used in trade 
or business; (2) accounts and notes receivable ac- 
quired in the ordinary course of trade or business 
for services rendered or from sale of property in- 
cludible in inventory or ordinarily held for sale; 
(3) Government obligations issued on or after 
March 1, 1941, on a discount basis and payable with- 
out interest at a fixed maturity date not exceeding 
one year from date of issue; (4) certain copyrights, 
literary, musical, or artistic compositions or 
similar properties; and (5) securities by dealers. 
(See "Capital gain or loss" for treatment of certain 
depreciable and real property used in trade or 
business and held over 6 months. ) 

Net income or deficit is the difference between 
the gross taxable income and the total deductions 
reported, exclusive of the net operating loss de- 
duction and special statutory deductions. See also 
"Taxable income." 

Net operating Joss deduction. — A net operating 
loss must be carried back as an offset to net income 
during the statutory carryback period before being 
carried forward. The deduction tabulated for 
Statistics of Income is derived from the net operat- 
ing losses or prior years remaining as a carryover 
offset to net income for the year tabulated. It 
does not take into account any carryback from a 
succeeding tax year which may subsequently be made. 
The 1939 Code provided a one year carryback and a 
five year carryforward for losses sustained after 
December 31, 1949, and before January 1, 1954. The 
1954 Code provides a two year carryback and a five 
year carryforward for losses sustained after 
December 31, 1953. 

The 1954 Code made a number of changes in the 
computation of the net operating loss and the method 
of deducting it from net income of other years. 
During the transitional period involving income or 
loss computed under the 1939 Code, computations for 
each year included in determining the deduction are 
to be made under the provisions of the Code normally 
in effect for that year. See section 172 of the 
1954 Code for further explanation of the net operat- 
ing loss deduction. 

NoncpJendar year returns. — This classification , 
for returns ended in the periods July 1955 through 
November 1955 and January 1956 through June 1956 
excludes returns for part years. 

Nontaxable returns with net income. — The net in- 
come tabulated for this report is the amount computed 
before taking the special deductions allowed cor- 
porations with respect to net operating losses of 
prior years, dividends received, certain dividends 
paid by public utilities, and Western Hemisphere 
trade. When these deductions equal or exceed the 
net income, the return is nontaxable. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



15 



Number of returns excludes returns of inactive 
corporations except in table B, where inactives are 
included in the total number of returns. Returns of 
imincorporated businesses electing to be taxed as 
corporations under section 1361 of the 1954- Code are 
also excluded from all tables except table B where 
they are included in the data for accounting periods 
ended July 1954- through June 1955. 

Number of subsidiaries consists of the number of 
affiliated corporations other than the common par- 
ent corporations which were included in consolidated 
income tax returns. 

Other assets are those not reported separately on 
the return and include sinking f\mds; other funds; 
deferred charges; suspense items; interest, discount, 
coupons, and dividends receivable; and guaranty de- 
posits. "Other assets" of life insurance companies 
include market value of real estate, and bonds and 
stocks in excess of book value; interest, rents, and 
premiums due; and agents' balances. 

Other deductions include (1) salaries and wages 
not deducted elsewhere on the returns, (2) losses 
by abandonment, fire, storm, shipwreck, or other 
casualty (including war losses), and theft, (3) 
negative amounts reported under income, and (<+) 
amoimts not otherwise reported, such as: Adminis- 
trative, general, and office expenses; bonuses and 
commissions; delivery charges; freight and shipping 
expenses; payments in connection with lawsuits; 
sales discount; selling cost; travel expenses; un- 
realized profits on installment sales; and Federal 
Deposit Insurance Corporation assessments reported 
by banks. 

Other liabilities include deferred and suspense 
items; dividends payable; funds held in trust; bor- 
rowed securities; outstanding coupons and certifi- 
cates; and overdrafts. "Other liabilities" of life 
insurance companies include the net value of 
outstanding policies and annuities, and borrowed 
money. "Other liabilities" of banks include deposits 
(time, savings, demand, etc.), and bank notes in 
circulation. 

Other receipts include amounts not elsewhere re- 
ported on the return such as: Profits from sales of 
commodities other than the principal commodity in 
which the corporation deals; income from minor 
operations; bad debts recovered; cash discounts; 
income from claims, license rights, judgments, and 
joint ventures; net amount under operating agree- 
ments; profit from commissaries; profit on prior 
years* collections (installment basis); profit on 
purchase of corporation's own bonds; recoveries of 
bonds, stocks, and other securities; refunds for 
cancellation of contracts, for insurance, management 
expenses, and processing taxes; and income from 
sales of scrap, salvage, or waste. 

Paid-in or capital surplus is the sum of positive 
amounts reported. Negative amounts were tabulated 
with "Earned surplus and \mdivided profits." 

Part year returns are retxirns for accounting per- 
iods of less than 12 months. Part year returns used 
for this volume were those with the greater 
part of the accounting period in calendar 1955. 



Short accounting periods result from reorganiza- 
tions, newly organized businesses, liqiiidations, and 
changes to new annual accounting periods. 

Payments on declarations of estimated tax. — See 
text, page 10. 

Pension plans include pension, anniiity, stock 
bonus, profit-sharing, or other deferred compensa- 
tion plans, contributions to which are deductible 
by the employer under section 4-0'+ of the 1954 Code. 

Rents received consist of gross amounts. Depre- 
ciation, repairs, interest, taxes, and other expenses, 
which were deductible from gross rents, were included 
in the respective deduction items. 

Returns with both beginning and end of year in- 
ventory data. — Returns in this category are re- 
stricted to those with both the beginning of year 
and end of year balance sheet sections of schedule 
L of the return form (facsimile, page 14-6) completed 
and with inventory data reported on each balance 
sheet. 

Returns without net income are those returns which 
had total deductions (exclusive of the net operating 
loss deduction and special statutory deductions) 
equal to or exceeding gross taxable income. 

Returns with regular tax include all taxable re- 
turns except those with alternative tax computed 
under section 1201 of the 1954 Code. 

Royalties consist of gross amounts received. 
Depletion based on royalties was reported in deduc- 
tions. 

Surplus and undivided profits in table 5 consists 
of "Paid-in or capital surplus," "Earned surplus and 
undivided profits," and "Surplus reserves" less 
negative amounts reported. 

Taxable income. — Income subject to normal tax is 
the current year net income, tabulated for Statistics 
of Income, less statutory deductions for partially 
tax-exempt interest, net operating losses, dividends 
received, certain dividends paid by public utili- 
ties, and Western Hemisphere trade corporations. 
The amount subject to surtax is computed in the 
same way except that no deduction is allowed for 
partially tax-exempt interest. 

Taxes paid excludes (l) Federal income and excess 
profits taxes) (2) estate, inheritance, legacy, suc- 
cession, and gift taxes, (3) income and profits 
taxes paid to a foreign country or possession of the 
United States if any portion was claimed as a tax 
credit, (4) taxes assessed against certain local 
benefits, (5) Federal taxes paid on tax-free cove- 
nant bonds, and (6) unidentifiable amounts of taxes 
reported in "Cost of goods sold" and "Cost of 
operations. " 

Tax year. — Data for a tax year cover accounting 
periods ended in the period July of the tax year 
through the following June and part year accounting 
periods with the greater number of months in the 
specified tax year. 

Total compiled receipts excludes nontaxable income 
other than tax-exempt interest on certain Government 
obligations. For items included, see table 2. 

Western Hemisphere trade corporations. — See text, 
page 11. 



3. Tables from Corporation 

Income Tax Returns, 

July 1955-June 1956 



TABLES FROM CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, 
JULY 195 5 -JUNE 195 6 



Page 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

1. Gross receipts from sales and from operations, cost of goods 

sold and of operations, net income or'deficit, and tax, 

by minor industrial group 20 

2. Income statements, by major industrial group 25 

3. Balance sheets and related income statements, by major in- 

dustrial group 31 

U. Balance sheets and related income statements, by size of 

total assets 39 

RETURNS WITH BALANCE SHEETS 

5. Selected assets, liabilities, receipts, and costs, tax, 

and dividends paid, by size of total assets, by major in- 
dustrial group 41 

ALL ACTIVE CQRPCRATION RETURNS 

6. Net income or deficit, tax, and dividends paid, by size 

of net income or deficit, by industrial division 67 

7. Total assets, net income or deficit, tax, and dividends 

paid, by size of net income or deficit, by size of total 
assets, by industrial division 70 

8. Regular and alternative tax liability, by size of net income 90 

9. Dividends received and interest received on Government ob- 

ligations, by size of net income or deficit 91 

10. Type of dividends paid, by size of net income or deficit... 92 

11. Net income or deficit and tax, by calendar and noncalendar 

year accounting period, by size of net income or deficit. 93 

12. Net Income or deficit, and tax, by month in which accounting 

period ended 93 

13. Net income or deficit, and tax, by district in which returns 

were filed 95 

RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

14. Income statements, by major industrial group 96 

15. Balance sheets and related income statements, by major in- 

dustrial group 102 

16. Balance sheets and related income statements, by size of 

total assets 110 

MANUFACTURING AND TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

17. Beginning and ending inventories, related gross sales and 

total assets, and aggregate gross sales, for selected in- 
dustrial groups 112 

MANUFACTURING AND TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS WITH BALANCE SHEETS 

18. Beginning and ending inventories and total assets, by month 

in which accounting period ended 113 

RETURNS WITH PAYMENTS ON DECLARATION OF ESTDMTED TAX 

19. Net income, tax, foreign tax credit claimed, and payments 

of estimated tax, by size of net income, by month in which 
accounting period ended, December 1955-June 1956 116 

18 



TABLES FROM CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, 
JULY 195';-JUNE 1 95 6 — Cont inued 



19 



Page 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS 

20. Balance sheets and related income statements, by indiistrial 

division 117 

21. Balance sheets and related income statements, by size of 

total assets 118 

CONSOLIDATED RETURNS WITH NET INCCME 

22. Balance sheets and related income statements, by industrial 

division 120 

23. Balance sheets and related income statements, by size of 

total assets 121 

RETURNS WITH FOREIGN TAX CREDIT 

24-. Net income, taxes, foreign tax credit claimed, and income 

from foreign sources, by major industrial group 123 

25. Net income, taxes, foreign tax credit claimed, and income 

from foreign sources, by size of total assets 12<+ 

26. Net income, taxes, foreign tax credit claimed, and income 

from foreign sources, by size of net income 124 

WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

27. Net income, Western Hemisphere trade corporation deduction, 

taxes, foreign tax credit, and income from foreign sources, 

by major industrial group 125 

28. Net income, Western Hemisphere trade corporation deduction, 

taxes, foreign tax credit, and income from foreign sources, 

by size of total assets 128 

29. Net income, Western Hemisphere trade corporation deduction, 

taxes, foreign tax credit, and income from foreign sources, 

by size of net income 129 



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CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



31 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP 



All active 

corporation 

returns 



Returns 
without 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group 



All 

industrial 

groups 



Agriculture^ forestry, and fishery 



Total 
agriculture, 

forestry, 
and fishery 



Farms and 
agricul- 
tural 
services 



Forestry 



Fishery 



Mining and quarrying 



Total 
mining and 
quarrying 



Metal 
mining 



Anthra- 
cite 
mining 



Bituminous 
coal and 

lignite 
mining 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



K) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



Number of returns. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less : Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comoion^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts : 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
amortizable bond premium) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts... 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations , 

Compensation of officers , 

Rent paid on business property. . 

Repairs , 

Bad debts , 

Interest paid , 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (A7 less 65).... 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 
Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



1^) 



(10) 



(11) 



9,683 



(Thottaand dallari) 



514,863,881 
97,818,849 



2,287,260 

78,898 

471,045 

10,369,502 

5,176,124 

698,387 
46,123 

2,204,875 

1,017,495 

2,571,769 

772, IT? 

3,871,651 



642,248,036 



390,323,098 
58,242,078 
10,430,700 
5,682,349 
5,623,940 
1,652,827 
7,058,356 
14,202,627 

414,759 
2,590,333 
13,418,787 
2,805,495 
6,601,835 
3,296,205 
1,146,863 

571,365 

70,187,103 



594,. 



8,720 



47,949,316 
47,478,271 
836,133 
21,740,890 
26,208,426 

13,592,432 
1,996,477 



6,098,373 
1,176,258 



23,159 

1,895 

14,103 

100,349 

127,926 

10,448 
1,614 

66,360 

36,064 

25,662 

3,787 

53,930 



4,675,897 
717,084 
173,943 
87,759 
70,896 
26,642 
81,378 
171,242 

3,677 
18,009 
178,317 
26,393 
92,239 
22,630 

9,652 

19,687 
1,016,304 



348,179 
334,076 
21,272 
204,651 
143,528 

124,495 
16,220 



37,374,680 

194,584,388 

2,805,009 

4,731,472 
31,760,054 
34,428,722 

2,954,486 

19,613,872 

103,118,214 
9,165,557 

179,557,970 
288,806,668 
102,789,320 

10,885,773 
4,513,323 

11,727,919 

2,947,625 

676,517 

17,748,539 



888,621,270 



45,590,043 

30,457,910 
98,398,667 
22,663,336 

386,063,359 
15,795,695 
96,832,085 
14,264,860 
33,425,641 

145,129,624 



,621,270 



508,765,508 
96,642,591 



2,264,101 

77,003 

456,942 

10,269,153 

5,048,198 

687,939 

44,509 

2,U8,515 

981,431 
2,546,107 

768,390 
3,817,721 



634,508,108 



385,647,201 
57,524,994 
10,306,757 
5,594,590 
5,553,044 
1,626,135 
6,976,978 
14,031,385 

411,082 
2,572,324 
13,240,470 
2,779,102 
6,509,596 
3,273,575 
1,137,211 

551,678 
69,170,799 



586,906,971 



47,601,137 
47,144,195 
814,861 
21,536,239 
26,064,898 

13,467,937 

1,980,257 



206,911 

271,936 

3,050 

1,871 

106,693 

175,384 

53,750 

8,773 

79,535 
8,549 

240,899 

1,593,435 

713,992 

49,902 
15,303 
456,019 
10,351 
342 
68,250 



193,192 

300,367 

373,693 

47,535 

96,860 

39,203 

342,097 

58,208 

150,347 

438,069 



2,599,576 



2,022,222 
378,343 



1,604 

44 

303 

4,369 

18,922 

7,166 
320 

39,934 

4,013 

5,539 

619 

24,623 



2,508,021 



1,503,650 
166,778 
153,347 
38,610 
30,492 
6,305 
23,549 
47,120 

1,085 
931 
103,923 
2,340 
13,847 
4,302 
2,321 

1,285 
280,581 



121,555 

121,252 

9,903 

66,674 

54,881 

45,545 
4,389 



196,079 

258,793 

2,992 

1,843 

105,055 

168,533 

52,357 

3,258 

76,320 
7,837 

229,742 

1,510,997 

678,478 

19,437 
4,191 
447,047 
3,254 
342 
65,379 



2,470,483 



135,247 

290,092 

359,437 

42 ,946 

90,307 

38,674 

794,711 

56,684 

133,538 

478,847 



1,950,097 
350,426 



1,543 

44 

303 

4,118 

18,471 

7,160 
317 

33,433 

3,469 

5,401 

619 

23,407 



2,398,813 



1,451,746 

149,997 

149,959 

17,933 

23,380 

6,157 

22,535 

45,033 

1,064 
930 
102,656 
1,385 
13,678 
4,260 
2,163 

1,264 
266,168 



112,950 

112,647 

9,282 

62,505 

50,445 

43,875 
4,389 



7,265 
6,643 



6,451 
139 



1,443 
346 

4,039 
29,366 
16,202 

29,792 

10,776 

7,879 

14 

1,881 



3,841 

1,980 

9,104 

3,591 

2,335 

83 

30,038 

1,312 

15,630 

443 



68,857 



35,733 
5,430 



165 

408 



5,705 



471 

3 



43,076 



25,205 
2,778 
1,036 
27 
186 
127 
290 
903 

11 

1,514 

955 

34 

42 

633 



38,141 



9,935 
9,935 
335 
3,746 
6,189 

1,355 



3,567 
6,495 

33 

23 

1,544 

400 

754 

67 

1,772 
316 

7,068 
53,072 
19,312 

673 

336 

1,093 

2,083 

990 



9,104 

8,295 

10,152 

998 

3,718 

451 

17,348 

212 

1,179 

3,779 



60,236 



36,392 
22,487 



26,699 

14,003 

2,352 

645 

1,926 

21 

724 

1,129 

10 

1 

4,753 



19 
10,025 



62, 4o 



^1,330 

^1,330 

286 

423 

'1,753 



1,119,269 

1,719,943 

13,799 

8,078 
230,791 
392,436 
169,024 

53,670 

864,735 
98,759 

1,465,931 
9,011,812 
"4,206,635 

3,489,956 
1,598,931 
175,299 
131,673 
43,914 
196,671 



13,2M,768 



1,025,216 

555,096 

2,067,159 

688,760 

442,198 

249,929 

2,417,358 

326,373 

1,541,377 

3,950,802 



13,264,768 



7,337,754 
1,948,604 



14,244 

67 

854 

19,178 

22,485 

44,313 
2,886 

86,441 

10,318 
83,620 
2,029 
57,893 



4,126,689 
1,201,359 
113,317 
44,003 
131,376 
13,305 
85,535 
262,200 

6,522 

34,665 

532,230 

731,201 

15,376 

127,047 

20,467 

14,698 
979,563 



3,545,653 



1,085,033 

1,084,179 

24,638 

602,561 

482,472 

780,475 
55,694 



245,413 

311,735 

1,586 

2,046 
43,995 
87,155 
72,134 

13,691 

519,613 
29,489 

545,734 

1,746,372 

703,031 

872,653 

409,416 

33,344 

13,140 

5,414 

63,842 



318,993 

66,123 
630,478 
241,135 
155,102 

52,904 
676,123 

44,440 
461,319 
834,347 



3,480,964 



1,723,538 
49,052 

7,220 
23 

141 
0,547 
3,455 
3,949 

278 

11,509 

585 

42,251 

106 

5,266 



1,855,920 



863,254 
25,885 
8,095 
2,242 
24,057 
333 
17,605 
82,407 

1,320 
66, 584 
53,993 
174,758 

1,080 
12,984 

3,549 

2,523 

140,052 



1,430,776 



375,144 
375,003 
3,275 
207,255 
167,389 

228,012 

1,485 



33,273 

40,895 

1,249 



7,414 

24,158 

996 



28,523 
1,268 

83,011 
200,446 
152,370 

107,658 

43,931 

7,062 

43 

2 

6,039 



44,541 

9,599 
22,341 
10,902 
3,775 
9,994 
43,758 
12,591 
72,747 
103,309 



339,057 



249,674 
33,554 



63 
624 
852 

660 
27 

2,106 

42 

12,537 

3 

1,429 



302,167 



211,229 

19,798 

2,651 

1,146 

5,425 

433 

958 

8,192 

113 
26 
9,489 
3,944 
1,029 
7,052 
1,956 

250 

24,810 



3,666 
3,603 

347 
2,708 

958 



170,481 

327,785 

1,863 

4,564 
33,945 
48,895 
28,601 

21,896 

81,744 
34,547 

298,243 

1,587,800 

790,173 

404,446 

173,902 

17,600 

3,821 

336 

23,984 



161,455 

92,508 
236,619 
67,055 
70,864 
63,432 
377,171 
71,554 
263,055 
723,365 



1.692,269 
204, 131 



2,087 

24 

374 

2,540 

7,059 

2,616 
360 

26,493 

313 

7,604 

310 

12,231 



1,276,654 

133,553 

19,743 

7,672 

34,909 

1,750 

10,017 

42,930 

826 
2,568 
86,567 
57,078 
2,146 
76,332 
9,440 

5,210 
128,679 



62,337 
61,963 
6,968 
28,622 
33,715 

39,943 
2,168 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of 1 



32 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETtRNS 



Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Number of returns. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated -. . . . 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments^ Goverruiient obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less : Accumulated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, cononon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
aiDortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions : 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repa i rs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss {^1 less 65). 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less ft9) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Mining and quarrying — 

Continued 



Crude petro- 
leum and 
natural gas 
production 



(12) 



Nonmetallic 
mining and 
quarrying 



(13) 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group— Continued 



Construction 



Manufacturing 



Total 
manufacturing 



(15) 



Beverages 



(16) 



2,962 



Food and 
kindred 
products 



(17) 



Tobacco 
manufacture 



(18) 



Textile-mill 
products 



Apparel and 

products 

made from 

fabrics 



(20) 



Lumber 
and wood 
products, 

except 
furniture 



(a) 



5,968 



(Thouaand dollarn) 



493,<171 

831,213 

5,270 

403 
38,811 
180,795 
47,246 

12,119 

166,644 
24,771 

411,347 
4,399,745 

2,056,130 

1,954,992 
918,817 
72,294 
97,474 
37,382 
75,999 



5,839,225 



395,593 

316,330 
1,033,356 
313,304 
159,679 
100,398 
992,110 
105,812 
668,993 
1,753,595 



5,839,225 



2,424,011 
1,535,482 



3,167 

2 

192 

6,319 

8,127 

33,466 
2,154 

40,253 

9,145 
19,898 

1,607 
31,039 



1,058,544 
946,052 
53,267 
25,407 
26,450 
8,449 
47,726 
95,330 

3,051 

13,083 

298,146 

466,186 

6,235 

24,633 

3,513 

6,180 
535,223 



497,332 
497,140 
10,959 
290,103 
207,229 

446,116 
42,056 



176,631 

208,315 

3,831 

1,065 
51,626 
51,433 
20,047 

4.641 

68,211 
8,684 

127,546 

1,077,449 

504,431 

150,202 
47,365 
44,999 
17,195 
280 
26,807 



1,478,444 



104,629 

70,486 
143,865 
56,364 
47,778 
23,201 
328,196 
92,476 
75,263 
536,186 



1,248,262 
126,335 



1,182 

10 

84 

1,148 

2,992 

3,622 



6,080 

233 

1,330 

3 

7,928 



717,008 

76,571 

35,061 

7,536 

40,535 

2,285 

9,279 

33,291 

1,212 
2,404 
84,035 
79,235 
4,836 
6,046 
2,039 

535 
150,794 



146,554 
1A6,470 
3,089 
73,873 
72,681 

55,333 
9,985 



1,051,562 

4,553,221 

23,227 

23,034 
454,978 
214,831 

63,003 

19,400 

108,753 
20,749 

892,950 
2,872,532 
1,409,500 

38,218 
14,267 

146,572 
32,399 
2,043 

275,644 



1,959,261 

904,377 
784,415 
373,724 

1,596,362 
135,610 

1,211,192 

80,711 

203,265 

2,069,942 



9,318,859 



2,580,071 
16,847,100 



2,207 

50 

532 

9,987 

46,535 

5,591 
1,403 

49,393 

5,019 

13,563 

2,321 

152,792 



2,036,408 

14,402,469 

602,056 

71,190 

86,385 

20,288 

60,124 

213,943 

8,743 

2,175 

353,818 

5,437 

41,336 

33,396 

27,437 

4,307 
1,217,783 



479,319 
478,787 
36,019 
251,205 
228,114 

84,842 
30,108 



15,999,082 

33,106,319 

726,185 

4,057,539 
13,430,138 
21,934,754 

1,513,388 

491,012 

11,756,364 
2,935,745 

18,911,387 
116,123,951 
53,187,155 

5,637,704 
2,345,219 
2,536,792 

1,703,020 
. 577,104 
3.058,271 



19,064,036 

6,788,534 
22,426,208 
12,392,526 

9,696,036 

6,740,926 
36,245,169 

6,067,506 
12,834,434 
69,104,928 



201,360,303 



293,360,412 
5,169,684 



235,575 

2,227 

U,143 

252,341 

431,724 

293,303 
6,337 

722,045 

13,797 

894,585 

589,222 

1,226,041 



303,211,441 



213,405,717 
2,651,511 
3,485,710 
1,439,372 
4,330,858 
236,815 
1,152,299 
7,284,079 

239,153 
1,538,473 
5,854,494 
1,801,649 
3,696,327 
2,053,625 

739,993 

136,445 
27,293,439 



277,395,459 



25,815,982 
25,801,839 
311,700 
12,391,469 
12,924,513 

6,770,490 
1,185,464 



387,450 

561,672 

9,331 

292,689 

429,759 
328,853 
41,323 

11,194 

109,037 
13,303 

370,941 
2,236,398 

877,083 

10,896 
2,158 

81,020 

47,377 

1,983 

107,989 



295,205 

152,253 
583,794 
192,235 
249,103 
202,849 
508,352 
65,842 
253,355 
1,631,84S 



4,139,841 



6,569,916 
25,935 



2,002 

35 

258 

5,568 

5,308 

3,389 
119 

9,830 

322 

5,905 

217 

30,706 



6,659,560 



3,848,191 
10,466 
58,109 
20,090 
50,195 
3,518 
30,703 

1,052,240 

4,391 

1,092 

133,726 

914 

298,692 

22,214 

11,000 

1,958 
705,545 



6,253,049 



i06,511 
406,253 
8,889 
208,553 
197,953 

114,501 

6,277 



1,261,193 

2,194,357 

43,849 

388,464 
1,327,416 
1,810,186 

169,047 

31,247 

453,959 
124,470 

1,108,802 

7,964,721 
3,561,351 

25,650 
11,994 

293,324 

97,604 

1,124 

212,392 



13,844,514 



1,242,634 

859,670 

1,563,329 

756,052 

416,379 

643,492 

2,751,789 

466,707 

547,699 

4,596,763 



13,844,514 



37,607,008 
154,513 



8,609 

29 

716 

18,792 

26,094 

9,019 
403 

26,511 



1,986 
17,238 
33,340 
94,987 



30,390,361 
55,828 
271,178 
134,670 
301,682 
24,280 
107,816 
394,040 

16,939 

5,130 

477,611 

1,988 

737,954 

112,573 

59,255 

10,840 
3,415,361 



36,517,506 



1,431,739 

1,481,023 

34,934 

756,319 

725,420 



379,058 

48,269 



120,362 

560,601 

3,179 

179,680 
651,363 

1,056,988 
17,630 

3,300 

11,449 
1,387 

76,331 

379,053 
176,790 

33 

10,935 

4,467 

320 

15,795 



2,909,590 



79,922 

328,830 
626,974 
221,215 

12,362 
218,853 
546,836 

55,102 
129,107 
690,389 



2,909,590 



3,831,304 
3,067 



64 

384 

1,081 



1,365 

90 

2,655 



2,094,477 

3,363 

9,974 

2,449 

6,860 

942 

29,389 

991,897 

1,224 

42 

19,742 

162,599 
9,312 
2,901 

1,205 
131,697 



3,468,073 



379,986 
379,922 
110 
196,310 
133,176 

103,934 
539 



730,656 

1,639,177 

22,677 

260,963 

1,000,215 

1,234,791 

57,695 

34,141 

289,253 
24,321 

779,197 
5,674,535 
2,508,770 

7,319 
3,105 
71,022 
13,766 
1,172 
117,350 



736,602 

546,875 
917,276 
375,860 
250,743 
457,712 

1,693,054 
210,510 
544,818 

3,665,227 



9,393,677 



13,315,367 
203,902 



5,547 

129 

633 

12,790 

22,426 



6,565 
960 

21,294 

1,593 
12,032 

4,140 
55,921 



10,864,206 

127,619 

177,557 

58,495 

130, 591 

10,615 

63,140 

205,495 

11,209 

5,264 

277,177 

909 

88,327 

41,185 

20,614 

38,266 
955,407 



587,273 
586,640 
36,490 
323,601 
263,672 

161,290 
45,689 



404,881 

1,099,665 

21,642 

20,365 
695,292 

716,823 
23,618 

3,068 

34,234 
10,211 

242,888 
312,026 
383,846 

5,396 
2,729 
22,930 
10,183 
204 
90,356 



761 ,870 

394,276 
221,804 
205,343 
146,333 
164,480 
763,603 
38,813 
111,412 
975,031 



9,458,096 
492,542 



799 

12 

48 

2,981 

5,386 

7,221 
295 

3,968 

427 

2,366 

640 

30,717 



10,005,498 



7,590,054 
379,919 
268,004 
91,783 
20,401 
11,267 
33,352 
124,945 

6,222 
286 
63,524 
36 
97,206 
29,536 
19,775 

2,543 
1,056,266 



210,379 
210,331 

16,233 
113,939 

96,390 

31,941 

13,510 



362,585 

645,703 

11,450 

51,662 
373,265 
4«3,687 

45,962 

7,038 

1U,104 
130,857 

271,142 

2,044,107 

951,285 

462,339 

42,237 

32,859 

8,179 

254 

96,600 



4,179,913 



342,919 

292,247 
320,049 
200,305 
148,243 

83,455 
917,316 

81,104 
202,046 
,591,729 



4,179,913 



6,104,583 
102,781 



3,011 

53 

187 

5,837 

10,659 

3,373 
646 

226,569 

1,959 

5,289 

29 

55,144 



4,694,964 
70,326 
113,377 
24,879 
52,913 
8,346 
25,570 
108,042 

4,329 

7,782 

U9,280 

209,784 

25,590- 

13,495 

5,561 

1,130 
508,710 



496,042 
495,855 
U,076 
194,621 
301,421 

94,041 
11,260 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



33 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Furniture 

and 
fixtures 



Paper and 

allied 
products 



Printing, 
publishing, 
and allied 
industries 



Manufacturing^Continued 



Chemicals 
and allied 
products 



Petroleum 
and coal 
products 



Rubber 
products 



Leather 
and 

products 



Stone , 

clay, 

and glass 

products 



Primary 

metal 

industries 



Fabricated 
metal prod- 
ucts, except 
ordnance, 
machinery, 
and trans- 
portation 
equipment 



(22) 



(23) 



(24) 



(25) 



(26) 



(27) 



(28) 



(29) 



(30) 



Number of returns. 



Assets; 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations; 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less; Accumulated anortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less; Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less ; Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities; 

Accounts payable 

Bonds , notes , iDortages payable ; 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts; 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
amortizable bond premium); 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



floyalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts.. 

Deductions; 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
Amounts contributed under other employee 

benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

CoiDpiled net profit or net loss (A7 less 65). 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid; 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



(Thousand dollai 



189 . 127 
500, 06A 
12,-^5 

23, ,474 
353,657 
230,731 

15,174 

3,617 

60,639 
17, 147 

98,659 
782,542 
338,870 

11,988 
3,265 

27,152 

4,561 

185 

31,359 



1,995,126 



255,902 

127,506 

128,698 

134,600 

93,674 

56,284 

391,080 

29,269 

75,841 

702,272 



4,123,571 
9,915 



1,433 

6 

87 

1,605 

3,438 



623 



6,051 

200 

1,774 

1,206 

20,525 



4,170,489 



3,056,702 
3,965 
110,228 
33,784 
24,336 
8,265 
12,508 
60,051 

4,187 

710 

51,145 

1,018 
51,643 
13,949 

8,167 

249 
482,246 



247,336 
247,249 
8,509 
124,656 
122,660 

38,352 

12,994 



690,482 

894,890 

19,535 

69,215 
569,535 
484,981 

62,385 

14,250 

486,237 
115,634 

995,754 
5,471,994 
2,208,256 

278,712 
54,399 

97,430 

9,654 

1,930 

172,380 



497,464 

190,057 

1,116,450 

467,363 

235,578 

309,815 

1,413,187 

207,870 

676,690 

3,0W,939 



8,129,413 



9,543,418 
23,848 



10,826 

70 

6o9 

8,715 

8,034 

3,140 
128 

71,845 

615 
18,166 
12,449 
42,610 



9,744,533 



6,618,573 
4,079 
125,211 
44,450 
215,685 
6,185 
47,196 
158,858 

11,555 
66,920 
241,054 
14,735 
60,119 
64,135 
19,281 

6,961 
934,220 



8,639,217 



1,105,316 

1,104,647 

10,426 

546,589 

558,727 

250,218 
118,556 



815,201 

1,275,158 

48,936 

30,620 
401,235 
308,914 

60,118 

35,983 

297,776 
65,432 

749,127 
2,969,506 
1,261,509 

27,669 

12,093 

140,169 

256,357 

2,586 

219,424 



612,323 

241,871 
525,772 
440,942 
480,170 
312,613 
957,033 
229,898 
233,553 
2,294,390 



6,328,565 



9,044,690 
702 , 563 



7,075 
135 
659 

5,767 
21,014 

15,044 
124 

23,873 

1,098 
26,494 

5,398 
81,543 



9,935,477 



6,113,753 
367,412 
320,829 
98,421 
44,480 
24,719 
33,423 
142,656 

14,293 

1,326 

170, 526 

233 

54,895 

63,353 

19,477 

3,137 
1,655,020 



9,127,953 



807,524 
806,865 
18,638 
392,382 
415,142 



158,547 
21,296 



1,438.858 

2,263,847 

55,784 

123,663 
1,094,425 
1,926,325 

107, 673 

78,210 

690,267 
922,275 

2,377,090 

12,201,472 

5,423,946 

237,838 
95,303 

221,966 

149,597 
35,671 

268,775 



1,306,434 

371,956 
2,777,195 
1,419,819 

521,260 

826,175 
2,956,675 

343,966 
1,921,274 
6,046,823 



18,491,577 



21,006,632 
87,151 



23,979 

851 
2,730 
18,670 
18,074 

o5,888 
488 

33,872 

252 
173,259 
42,970 
66,596 



12,931,243 
25,867 

263,063 
78,530 

371,375 
16,672 

111,556 

271,093 

19,589 
235,902 
649,690 

68,522 
696,727 
185,792 

39,689 

10,000 
2,593,344 



18,568,654 



2,972,758 
2,970,028 
45,143 
1,444,105 
1,528,653 

967,876 
131,706 



1,700 414 

3,759,105 

180, 163 

557,740 

575,222 

1,598,013 

298,809 

34,018 

1,673,201 
180,661 

5,021,160 
24,002,034 
11,640,403 

3,328,924 
1,486,894 
474,762 
812,439 
487,072 
305,559 



30.527,529 



3,013,017 

296,397 

3,544,896 

885,860 

375,441 

366,072 

8,155,289 

894,765 

2,608,104 

10,387,688 



30,527,529 



29,430,548 
1,105,233 



32,449 
195 
648 

40,012 
174,948 

62,189 
1,314 

83,749 

269 
408,842 
172,947 
284,236 



22,387,462 
403,328 
47,908 
270,753 
413,604 
13,786 
132,996 
700,947 

16,041 
231,228 
912,756 
1,259,321 
145,484 
233,366 
77,302 

5,593 
2,506,806 



29,758,681 



2,038,898 

2,038,250 

6,213 

827,269 

1,211,629 

1,116,231 
318,487 



222,411 

913,356 

16,982 

104,329 

582,760 

299,332 

12,357 

9,248 

150,635 
9,084 

218,883 

1,814,811 

946,916 

3,678 
1,915 

20,833 

3,054 

612 

16,403 



341,811 

66,242 
693,369 
251,287 

95,885 
131,356 
374,632 
151,908 
167,917 
1,140,342 



3,414,749 



5,755,817 
17,252 



2,771 

5 

71 

3,967 

4,932 

1,818 
12 

2,630 

12 
18,325 
33,607 
12,250 



4,232,212 
366 
34,703 
26,798 
88,770 
8,717 
25,000 
153,000 

2,625 

11,359 

105,213 

1,572 
59,125 
34,599 
12,690 

959 

602,508 



5,400,216 



453,253 
453,182 
2,258 
225,781 
227,472 

101,549 
9,949 



153,925 

420, 679 

8,148 

22,666 
226,332 
300,854 

10,000 

3,635 

29,921 
10,726 

176,183 
442,543 
222,471 

2,595 

667 

13,968 

6,297 

185 

25,913 



1,614,766 



216,123 

112,599 

138,986 
90,306 
59,015 
61,773 

303,711 
55,595 
61,361 

515,297 



3,362,324 
10,398 



694 

10 

97 

1,290 

2,052 

450 
47 

2,653 

36 
1,131 

77 
14,854 



,662,107 

6,253 
73,155 
21,753 
17,135 

3,389 
12,143 
50,807 

3,264 

258 

28,844 

73 

38,395 

10,947 

8,475 

627 
308,869 



3,246,494 



150,119 

150,022 

5,905 

75,749 
74,370 

31,289 
8,054 



597,058 
912,339 
23,516 

42,857 
487,011 
411,239 

61,471 

20,905 

525,121 

73,074 

434,417 
4,220,944 
1,892,050 

120,594 
43,866 
84,056 
10,755 
1,556 
62,306 



388,098 

120,054 
498,504 
484,650 
183,598 
141,190 

1,307,815 
229,726 
427,645 

2,321,879 



6,103,159 



7,780,433 
47,575 



10,258 

39 

607 

6,576 

7,119 

8,485 
30 

20,081 

212 
11,648 
40,166 
28,486 



7,961,715 



,948,216 
27,927 

121,573 
30,326 

193,619 
8,009 
25,252 

137,426 
12,760 
41,566 

220,599 
81,340 
57,955 
62,884 
19,049 

2,917 
809,378 



6,800,796 



1,160,919 

1,160,312 

4,959 

588,019 

572,900 

246,222 
128,476 



1,567,066 

2,525,794 

64,608 

818,435 
1,199,630 
1,622,565 

189,182 

40,091 

1,249,227 
953,603 

1,428,470 
16,388,030 
8,264,947 

1,016,974 

548,694 

237,259 

26,331 

4,929 

165,116 



20,544,595 



1,679,769 

264,079 
3,015,777 
1,333,248 

808,661 

993,603 
3,613,920 

748,667 
1,013,221 
7,073,650 



20,544,595 



25,488,584 
378,527 



33,864 

118 

1,722 

41,236 

35,623 

10,351 
64 

23,226 

326 
62,131 
6,943 
54,612 



26,137,327 



13,110,830 

203,876 

165,312 

81,309 

1,166,316 

8,512 

147,486 

456,880 

29,721 
600,108 
553,011 
149,972 

77,270 
303,137 

83,963 

10, 580 
1,109,089 



23,257,372 



2,879,955 
2,878,233 
9,250 
1,463,166 
1,416,789 

641,136 
59,495 



(31) 



872,368 

1,731,079 

36,020 

266,128 

1,471,675 

950,654 

61,997 

30,545 

245,185 
43,224 

525,954 
4,367,332 
1,876,729 

30,404 
9,863 
142,263 
32,550 
3,691 
126,484 



8,971,539 



474 
701 
543 
416 
280 

1,629 
159 
530 

3,359 



886 
394 
,142 

672 
276 
129 
390 
845 
737 



8,971,539 



15,167,034 
88,798 



4,747 
48 
2,704 
6,711 
12,493 

5,741 
378 

21,212 

1,100 
16,852 
25,359 
74,963 



15,428,190 



11,115,607 
50,024 

353,329 
80,113 

195,773 
20,122 
49,894 

228,159 
12,830 
29,006 

269,731 
471 

164,843 
91,153 
47,430 

8,942 
1,576,854 



14,294,281 



1,133,909 

1,131,205 

20,633 

574,244 

559,665 

231,063 
48,977 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



34 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major Industrial group — Continued 



Manufacturing — Continued 



Machinery, 

except 
transpor- 
tation 

equipment 

and 
electrical 



Electrical 
machinery 

and 
equipment 



Transpor- 
tation 

equipment, 

except 

motor 

vehicles 



Motor 
vehicles and 
equipment, 

except 
electrical 



Ordnance 

and 

accessories 



Scientific 

instruments; 

photographic 

equipment ; 

watches, 

clocks 



Other 
manufac- 
turing 



Public utlUtles 



Total public 
utilities 



Transpor- 
tation 



Communi - 
cation 



(32) 



(33) 



(3i) 



Number of returns 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations , 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less : Accurrulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities; 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Ma turity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabi lities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comroonf 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
aroortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends , foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions : 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (i7 leas 65). 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash end assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



(35) 



(36) 



(37) 



(38) 



(39) 



(40) 



(11) 



2,110 



10,468 



(TTiouBMnd dollars) 



1,582,152 

3,495,666 

66,648 

602,145 

2,636,770 

2,039,533 

94,227 

22,649 

9U,174 
73,065 

1,072,387 
7,933,599 
3,535,338 

38,532 
15,533 

199,964 
55,811 
14,844 

222,362 



1,689,732 

670,207 

1,839,605 

1,022,536 

841,240 

543,739 

3,376,642 

543,331 

782,966 

6,089,675 



17,399,673 



21,862,297 
598,669 



16,279 

104 

897 

23,489 

31,313 

39,409 
582 

43,195 

1,197 
27,618 
37,456 
85,070 



15,112,568 
85,899 
399,957 
110,504 
322,240 
25,008 
96,062 
388,714 

24,703 
85,214 
526,272 
5,849 
250,187 
202,338 
70, 638 

11,659 
2,975,733 



20,693,545 



2,074,030 

2,073,133 

17,203 

1,085,108 

988,922 

451,574 
93,761 



726,600 

2,148,953 

29,481 

44,878 
1,433,545 
1,366,580 

47,521 

73,936 

483,272 
55,032 

1,034,796 
3,646,800 
1,401,851 

4,176 

1,580 

70, 619 

31,735 

5,247 

219,023 



1,374,825 

364,671 

1,195,684 

801,638 

424,835 

230,497 

1,507,985 

284,361 

762,521 

3,002,390 



9,949,407 



15,166,193 
55,417 



8,660 

163 

826 

15,693 

16,392 

23,193 
182 

23,944 

767 
22,211 
22,182 
52,529 



11,004,918 
25,529 

151,523 
67,898 

143,478 
11,977 
57,093 

343,894 

11,375 
55,936 
263,408 
271 
265,999 
143,668 
48,255 



1,616,737 



14,220,017 



1,188,340 

1,187,514 

11,256 

617,970 

570,370 

371,132 

24,124 



594,332 
2,221,131 

5,667 

2,668 

664,982 

1,749,238 

39,245 

1,817 

109,445 
78,686 

155,343 
2,150,083 
1,084,206 

1,772 

1,551 

57,446 

13,509 

939 

62,928 



6,810,262 



830,133 

308,575 
580,411 
427,126 

1,707,617 

69,668 

673,810 

143,983 

476,800 

1,587,139 



6,810,262 



10,717,866 
924,702 



3,608 

5 

58 

8,594 

4,006 

13,044 
27 

15,311 

397 

6,320 

7,534 

27,542 



11,729,014 



,695,547 

720,066 

57,753 

45,204 

158,754 

3,203 

28,602 

191,758 

7,444 
57,025 
103,481 
46 
29,152 
94,680 
43,245 

755 
615,082 



10,851,802 



877,212 
877,154 
4,150 
455,442 
421,770 

185,387 
22,826 



895,736 

1,711,078 

12,411 

37,133 

901,736 

2,273,293 

44,930 

6,087 

3,459,124 
6,603 

1,308,731 
7,540,171 
3,207,153 

5,036 

2,367 

95,620 

66,111 

423 

396,553 



15,525,648 



1,741,160 

154,378 
816,306 

1,611,733 

1,859,435 
410,464 

1,107,428 
956,556 
695,945 

6,171,743 



15,525,648 



26,875,473 
16,463 



52,473 
167 
100 

13,209 
6,836 

6,453 
162 

34,333 

162 

47,229 

128,636 

54,981 



27,237,227 



19,298,690 
4,491 
69,863 
27,816 
298,025 
3,071 
36,450 
911,199 

13,152 
80,132 
432,782 
365 
136,836 
241,888 
130,236 

3,861 
1,244,775 



22,933,682 



4,303,545 

4,303,445 

18,613 

2,225,786 

2,077,759 

903,791 
17,904 



27, 9U 
39,507 

467 

871 
37,847 
10,334 
1,922 

1,213 

23,271 

23,718 
90,137 
49,238 



2,781 

330 

4 

3,463 



22,970 

9,002 
7,303 
9,470 
6,881 
9,359 
29,240 
18,915 
9,250 
91,214 



213,604 



324,115 
5,053 



23 
263 
303 



82 

165 

2,659 



333,399 



230,040 
1,299 
4,272 
1,345 
4,641 
156 
662 
6,560 

373 
375 
6,253 
428 
2,693 
3,525 
1,129 

1,731 
33,237 



299,219 



34,180 
34,157 
76 
18,468 
15,712 

8,347 
1,213 



227,489 

679,204 

11,689 

85,059 
612,033 
268,269 

18,900 

2,846 

241,636 
9,001 

189,347 

1,399,090 

647,653 

6,422 
2,247 
35,745 
20,572 
3,977 
34,401 



3,159,443 



232,195 

155,695 
315,760 
265,459 
199,517 

81,425 
506,444 

73,120 
430,612 
899,221 



3,159,448 



4,146,302 
44,105 



3,642 

11 

53 

4,633 

3,927 

5,169 
263 

5,736 

265 
3,733 
11,067 
20,868 



4,249,829 



2,612,566 
35,572 
69,377 
27,985 
57,767 
3,895 
18,644 
92,403 

5,570 
15,314 
83,807 
68 
95,269 
48,492 
26,108 

1,110 
589,742 



465,640 
465,582 
4,165 
240,834 
224,806 

115,619 
11,849 



429,822 
913,294 
21,557 

31,830 
703,933 
407, 566 

32,152 

21,924 

106,197 
17,899 

252,067 

.,592,018 

726,439 

10,707 
2,759 

52,669 

21,781 
3,196 

85,335 



526,860 

286,203 
291,372 
251,337 
163,394 
145,776 
760, 199 
73,108 
171,452 
1,255,492 



3,925,193 



6,678,291 
66,225 



2,383 

33 

281 

5,059 

10,266 

2,524 



19,019 

597 
4,475 
2,604 
31,537 



6,823,405 



,792,430 
33,037 

213,950 
60,017 
52,218 
12,161 
27,357 

113,015 

5,357 

5,393 

114-862 

3,734 

99,867 

27,404 

15,753 

3,414 
871,813 



361,113 
360,837 
14,566 
192,008 
169,110 

66,842 
30,248 



3,634,331 

3,949,055 

45,126 

23,288 

772,547 

1,827,182 

306,760 

39,734 

2,678,448 
1,031,640 

5,686,352 
108,793,255 
26,277,221 

260,469 
103,939 
624,721 
170,162 
18,649 
3,029,900 



106,377,909 



3,665,353 

1,493,493 
38,727,234 
4,440,534 
3,705,845 
5,037,967 
25,145,471 
1,212,206 
5,469,713 
17,475,043 



106,377,909 



2,578,470 
44,078,551 



45,730 

1,002 

1,807 

117,623 

552,295 

30,894 
1,470 

158,334 

12,434 
150,261 

14,073 
240,240 



1,933,253 

26,721,321 

393,259 

1,055,904 

114,820 

58,771 

1,392,984 

2,738,573 

27,092 

880,490 

3,190,750 

71,156 
169,892 
478,963 
146,233 

30,493 
2,710,738 



42,220,202 



5,763,032 
5,761,225 
76,335 
2,895,354 
2,867,678 

2,379,783 
87,127 



2,174,473 

2,221,647 

11,527 

1,306 

85,604 

324,857 

161,125 

29,691 

942,371 
344,519 

4,036,241 
42,319,901 
1^,084,361 

113,492 
65 , 570 
334,916 
98,695 
8,675 
1,429,147 



43,452,852 



2,433,564 

595,895 
13,217,871 
1,486,951 
1,956,307 
1,030,438 
9,036,252 
422,941 
1,176,524 
12,096,109 



43,452,852 



357,331 
23,767,643 



26,002 

248 

1,329 

61,169 

477,535 

16,279 
1,138 

114,008 

3,951 
106,118 

2,9U 
170,481 



245,821 

16,486,279 

233,791 

909,955 

48,909 

20,045 

527,603 

1,255,904 

10,044 

561,124 

1,233,342 

24,682 

97,224 
102, 576 

55,343 

22,071 
1,521,661 



23,461,874 



1,649,321 

1,647,992 

62,827 

805,126 

344,195 

599,335 
24,450 



350,797 

392,019 

6,446 

18,995 
553,377 
101,198 

35,292 

4,037 

1,369,247 
50,568 

549,091 
19,262,817 
5,045,469 

5,535 
1,346 
67,601 
54,453 
9,222 
899,763 



18,651,807 



426,399 

103,075 

5,460,959 

1,165,276 

395,026 

263,281 

6,784,316 

34,717 

1,915,248 

1,603,510 



18,651,807 



2,052,029 
7,635,788 



13,212 

740 

131 

10,764 

49,418 

8,774 
155 

5,048 

2,035 
28,634 

2,538 
11,069 



1,635,480 
4,111,175 
41 ,474 
105,580 
50,016 
20,833 
183,789 
531,931 

6,245 

8,044 

659,600 

13 

44,070 

224,543 

55,147 

1,163 
513,264 



8,192,417 



1,677,968 

1,677,837 

6,565 

359,956 

318,012 

562,039 
12,648 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



35 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Number of returns 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Governnient obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated aioortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less : Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
amortizable bond premitan): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss {d,! less 65).... 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less Income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Public utilities — 
Continued 



Electric 
and gas 

utilities 



(42) 



Other 

public 
utilities 



2,503 



Total trade 



(AA) 



2^8,071 



Total 
wholesale 



(45) 



Commission 
merchants 



(46) 



12,951 



Other 
wholesalers 



(47) 



Total 
retail 



(48) 



(49) 



General 
merchandise 



(50) 



Apparel 

and 

accessories 



(51) 



18,519 



(ThiMiaand dollara) 



1,052,116 

1,273, 1&4 

26,190 

2,966 
127,117 
887,358 
105,423 

4,150 

358,801 
122,913 

1,026,149 

45,747,479 

8,887,554 

132,354 

39,751 

186,988 

8,328 

604 

669,856 



42^756,063 



764,648 

704,212 

19,437,620 

1,744,567 

759,466 
3,658,540 
9,034,156 

743,691 
2,313,049 
3,596,114 



42,756,063 



160,911 
12,344,142 



6,343 

14 

276 

44,401 

23,100 

4,445 
67 

32,044 

282 

12,720 

8,622 

49,190 



12,686,557 



56,945 

57,225 

963 

21 
6,449 
13,769 
4,920 

1,856 

7,529 
13,640 

74,871 

1,463,058 

259,337 

4,088 
1,772 

35,216 

8,686 

148 

31,134 



1,517,137 



40,742 

95,311 
610,834 

43,740 
95,046 
85,708 

290,747 
10,857 
64,892 

179,310 



8,199 

280,973 



71 
1,289 
2,242 

1,396 

60 

7,284 



1,116 
2,789 



9,500 



315,097 



6,807,799 

20,880,383 

593,749 

611,079 

11,514,013 

9,453,097 

474,822 

95,485 

1,083,328 
201,880 

5,152,553 
17,763,149 
7,630,628 

231,075 

97,037 

1,507,584 

273,215 

10,676 

1,395,367 



69,112,739 



12,662,807 

6,797,216 
5,794,555 
3,015,971 
2,975,592 
1,879,595 

12,486,527 
1,005,005 
2,463,777 

20,031,694 



69,112,739 



199,014,843 
3,362,461 



22,861 

473 

2,44S 

198,360 

322,174 

44,081 
6,471 

161,276 

13,609 

141,824 

82,277 

1,551,285 



204,924,443 



2,964,929 

11,316,748 

234,163 

270,214 
5,316,571 
4,114,338 

165,714 

43,929 

489,396 
93,851 

2,919,670 
5,698,580 
2,400,241 

132,467 
51,509 

406,096 
97,917 
4,730 

558,632 



31,898,959 



7,289,284 

3,549,305 
2,524,883 
1,152,056 
1,306,991 

731,801 
5,381,809 

401,597 
1,218,083 
8,343,150 



31,898,959 



95,198,405 
2,330,454 



10,162 

128 

1,542 

82,043 

95,514 

37,101 
3,094 

77,926 

5,271 
95,899 
67,899 
550,272 



380,642 

1,083,253 

15,163 

3,093 
101,501 
100,950 
10,822 

5,599 

65,023 
17,704 

368,547 
286,050 
118,957 

39,235 
13,930 
22,009 
11,291 
1,395 
62,868 



2,408,642 



683,238 

242,801 
135,040 

82,232 
111,529 

65,322 
390,229 

26,991 

59,703 
611,002 



2,408,642 



102,924 
6,001,528 
53,334 
38,353 
14,339 
17,332 
658,061 
973,298 

10,529 

310,967 

1,215,637 

46,083 

28,154 

150, 144 

35,204 

7,249 
639,959 



10,303,095 



2,383,462 
2,383,186 
6,677 
1,205,640 
1,177,822 

1,199,832 
48,215 



4,033 

122,839 

9,660 

2,016 

1,556 

511 

23,531 

27,445 

274 
355 
31,671 
378 
444 
1,700 
539 

10 
35,854 



262,816 



52,281 
52,210 
266 
24,632 
27,649 

18,027 
1,813 



161,446,977 

1,418,287 

3,335,530 

2,058,259 

457,821 

370.503 

530,254 

1,751,812 

72,037 

40,418 
1,444,332 

13,906 

2,034,018 

230,112 

90,202 

27,156 

24,453,711 



199,825,335 



5,099,103 
5,096,660 
195,524 
2,434,683 
2,664,425 

992,960 
268,129 



82,374,333 
1,040,956 
1,471,223 
420,303 
146,627 
146,669 
251,205 
710,301 

29,505 
28,386 
491,495 
9,254 
503,136 
111,728 
33,372 

10,455 
8,493,300 



96,272,803 



2,282,907 
2,281,365 
89,612 
1,041,108 
1,241,799 

368,228 

107,416 



4,717,048 
1,186,199 



1,284 

8 

87 

11,730 

3,931 

3,768 
809 

7,549 

494 
11,780 

250 
35,032 



5,984,969 



2,584,287 

10,233,495 

219,000 

267,121 
5,215,070 
4,013,938 

154,892 

38,330 

424,373 
76, U7 

2,551,123 
5,412,530 
2,231,284 

93,232 
37,579 

384,087 
86,626 
2,835 

495,764 



29,490,317 



6,606,046 

3,306,504 
2,389,843 
1,069,774 
1,195,462 

665,979 
4,991,580 

374,606 
1,158,375 
7,732,148 



29,490,317 



90,461,357 
1,144,255 



8,878 
120 

1,455 
70,313 
36,533 

33,333 
2,285 

70,377 

4,777 
84,119 
67,649 
515,240 



3,481,640 

8,335,456 

324,930 

307,538 
5,562,788 
4,350,043 

286,226 

49,021 

571,978 
92,295 

2,010,251 
10,871,637 
4,701,419 

59,833 

24,082 

987,070 

155,690 

5,621 

749,302 



33,314,716 



4,592,942 

2,923,694 
2,973,272 
1,687,719 
1,477,304 
1,041,591 
6,271,774 
560,062 
1,107,533 
10,678,825 



33,314,716 



92,570,741 



4,301,257 

457,652 

184,612 

34,637 

5,403 

9,636 

14,156 

27,185 

2,190 

1,134 
26,221 

1,573 
33,403 
13,463 

1,616 

1,169 
694,503 



5,809,810 



175,159 

175,072 

12,012 

71,540 

103,619 

27,411 
6,082 



78,073,126 
583,304 
1,286,611 
385,671 
141,224 
137,033 
237,049 
633,116 

27,315 
27,752 

465,274 
7,681 

469,733 
98,265 
31,756 

9,286 
7,798,797 



90,462,993 



2,107,748 

2,106,293 

77,600 

969,568 

1,138,180 

340,817 
101,334 



94,330,174 
822,261 



11,789 

318 

762 

103,045 

202,372 

3,170 
3,033 

70,619 

7,747 

39,646 

14,357 

925,975 



689,351 

464,201 

9,671 

77,810 
776,305 
355,726 

55,774 

6,776 

53,516 
17,261 

269,032 

!, 122, 753 

874,189 

9,648 

3,796 

140,739 

23,177 

558 

122,041 



825,052 

165,228 
503,661 
259,095 
172,901 
221,938 
611,053 
59.235 
203,312 
1,269,921 



4,296,396 



71,591,942 
322,953 
1,642,925 
1,546,676 
230,972 
197,107 
252,332 
933,255 

39,249 

8,196 

852,914 

2,609 

1,418,072 

156,761 

53,095 

13,634 
14,658,237 



93,970,929 



2,569,389 
2,568,627 
93,949 
1,273,687 
1,295,702 

577,586 
150.994 



21,998,604 
75,136 



793 

54 

103 

5,603 

17,447 

409 
97 

9,054 

408 
2,871 
2,109 
55,035 



973,685 

2,656,930 

164,270 

130,116 

1,043,808 

1,767,359 

81,249 

27,395 

384,089 
23,788 

729,379 
3,255,529 
1,387,990 

5,020 

1,582 

321,586 

26,119 

288 

122,206 



9,994,128 



1,106,038 

278,463 
879,183 
671,562 
268,291 
378,961 

1,659,091 
304,656 
405,793 

4,042,090 



9,994,128 



17,739,508 
38,371 
135,869 
209,871 
68,283 
9,522 
25,100 
161,212 

6,281 

327 

188,520 

156 

166,907 

41,101 

21,974 

2,166 
2,903,343 



21,719,011 



443,712 
448,609 
5,815 
227, 346 
221,366 

89,381 
46,260 



18,482,602 
130,145 



7,601 

28 

276 

33,083 

75,005 

377 
64 

10,310 

79 

15,378 

12,202 

164,468 



349,201 
685,347 
19,530 

47,003 
599,644 
469,876 

25,400 

7,063 

48,336 
15,432 

224,921 
808,125 
400, 278 

4,316 
1,976 
35,362 
16,779 
574 
62,590 



2,977,037 



544,396 

167,341 
236,549 
141,566 
107,886 
137,034 
584,945 
20,382 
135,478 
901,410 



2,977,037 



18,931,613 



12,141,849 

22,140 

157,066 

334,855 

67,041 

37,026 

54,965 

266,448 

13,773 

1,765 

135,371 

62 

463,293 

84,062 

6,990 

2,422 

3,924,012 



17,813,640 



1,117,978 

1,117,702 

4,489 

571,155 

546,823 



315,478 
35,979 



6,232,673 
51,922 



894 

77 

154 

3,723 

31,175 

66 



3,952 



338 

7,431 



6,425,639 



4,048,741 

9,020 

178,007 

326,665 

18,306 

16,330 

16,223 

75,909 

3,960 

731 

69,973 

80 

160,875 

5,903 

4,009 

1,512 
1,329,499 



6,265,743 



159,891 

159,737 

12,867 

73,237 

31,654 

35,365 
23,695 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



36 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Trade — Continued 



Retail — Continued 



Furniture 
and house - 
furnishings 



Automotive 

dealers and 

filling 

stations 



Drug 
stores 



Eating and 

drinking 
places 



Bxiildlng 
materials 

and 
hardware 



Other 
retail 
trade 



Trade not 
allocable 



Finance, insurance, real estate, and 
lessors of real property 



Total finance, 
insurance,* 

real estate, 
and lessors of 

real property 



Total 
finance 



Banks and 

trust 
coQ^nies 



(52) 



(53) 



(54) 



(55) 



(56) 



(57) 



(58) 



(59) 



(60) 



(61) 



Number of returns. 



26,549 



21,854 



(Thousand dollars) 



Assets : 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories; 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Governjuent obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accujnulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comimn^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
amortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends , foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts.. 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Aii]Ortlzation 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
AiiKiunts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit or net loss (47 less 65).... 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) ; 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



160,369 

1,102,196 

38,168 

6,255 

354,073 
306,917 
12,703 

1,128 

15,652 
5,435 

111,477 
334,538 
151.997 

3,249 
1,310 

31,397 

5,096 

134 

55,329 



340,536 

279,686 
166,436 

77,386 
259,050 

66,714 
497,697 

55,225 

54,023 
517,452 



3,786,422 
48,682 



519 
6 
46 

10,735 
6,186 



319 

1,208 



4,044,774 



2,475,580 
7,834 
156,828 
99,352 
10,343 
30,323 
19,875 
47,341 

2,153 

308 

31,420 

96 

129,519 

2,217 

1,771 

546 
942,155 



87,113 
87,067 
16,630 
41,841 
45,272 

12,330 
5,864 



577,682 

1,335,626 

34,497 

21,640 

1,412,439 

908,879 

45,923 

1,963 

26,653 
12,574 

276,381 

1,479,431 

588,695 

12,809 

4,316 

246,688 

9,780 

767 

203,922 



536,671 

1,294,423 

459,555 

234,733 

240,250 

79,211 

1,087,733 

43,120 

78,686 

1,889,233 



5,943,615 



26,742,507 
302,639 



723 

82 

66 

33,420 

28,247 

328 
1,287 

21,019 

3,235 

2,626 

24 

219,974 



23,252,362 
150,199 
393,814 
177,520 
39,153 
42,659 
73,959 
147,522 

5,439 
1,630 

127,243 
670 

311,341 
6,172 
7,062 

3,077 
2,295,812 



315,543 
315,477 
25,573 
154,644 
160,899 

46,121 
20,313 



90,927 

74,837 

788 

2,537 
178,946 
125,338 

6,463 

386 

4,804 
1,524 

36,188 
266,415 

126,047 

2,551 
1,282 
8,612 
3,483 
462 
11,617 



691,109 



131,259 

26,109 
54,348 
38,175 
22,001 
10,169 

160,423 

3,034 

23,961 

216,625 



691,109 



1,893,934 

11,701 



145 
2 



447 
6,674 



20 
2,024 



15,588 



1,931,891 



1,291,346 

1,782 

62,733 

61,310 

7,747 

983 

3,309 

24,499 

971 

184 

22,518 

27 

21,717 

3,539 

1,115 

243 
371,020 



1,875,548 



56,343 

56,339 

1,504 

25,240 

31,103 



11,813 
2,328 



148,947 

94,936 

872 

1,442 
46,352 
38,906 
22,140 

741 

10,722 
3,573 

71,282 
917,059 
393,300 

4,959 
1,763 
55,149 
30,240 
1,763 
52,506 



1,101,256 



168,918 

95,143 

201,946 

61,560 

75,616 

25,066 

257,421 

9,217 

48,857 

157,512 



1,101,256 



2,883,549 
57,596 



26 

929 

12,042 

927 
1,290 



1,139 
3,436 



2,986,144 



1,481,130 
24,342 
117,751 
130,OLJ 
31,456 
1,320 
10,606 
64,948 

1,319 

934 

77,747 

83 

26,395 

4,001 

4,293 

2,137 

950,803 



56,317 
56,291 
3,225 
33,416 
22,901 

13,334 
1,973 



207,537 

940,412 

24,942 

11,226 

629,664 

487,878 

14,139 

1,079 

11,903 
5,031 

129,813 
681,04^ 
315,9911 

11,590 
4,916 

78,851 

6,369 

117 

38,690 



2,909,258 



399,376 

323,637 

185,839 
87,843 
89,431 
52,356 

742,893 
20,506 
59,791 

942,536 



5,834,390 
46,536 



26 
10,014 
9,091 



374 
75 



1,419 
1,414 



4,542,652 
25,675 
190,812 
39,760 
16,120 
24,894 
23,300 
62,663 

2,585 

244 

59,259 

1,286 
43,229 

3,934 

2,727 

341 

771,272 



5,811,258 



169,780 
169,754 
6,570 
72,332 
97,448 

25,931 
10,539 



283,941 

980,971 

32,192 

9,509 
521,057 
389,114 
22,430 

2,490 

16,303 
7,677 

161,773 

;, 006, 743 

462,925 

5,691 

2,641 

68,686 

29,642 

953 

80,401 



540,696 

288,614 
280,755 
115,799 
241,373 
70,092 
670,513 
39,637 
97,632 
742,046 



,475,493 
97,904 



484 

59 

61 

10,091 

16,505 

620 

156 

6,324 

740 

3,258 

1 

103,113 



4,618,274 
42,590 
245,045 
117,331 
22,523 
34,050 
24,490 
82,708 

2,768 
2,073 

90,363 
149 

94,796 
5,332 
3,154 

1,135 
1,170,321 



6,557,602 



157,712 

157,651 

12,276 

69,476 

88,236 

27,333 
4,043 



361,230 

1,228,179 

34,656 

33,327 
634,654 
488,166 

22,882 

2,535 

21,954 
15,734 

222,632 

1,192,932 

528,968 

38,775 
21,446 
114,418 
19,603 
325 
37,433 



3,899,064 



780,581 

324,217 
296,400 
176,196 
191,297 
106,203 
832,944 
43,346 
133,161 
1,009,719 



3,399,064 



9,486,264 
209,746 



910 

27 

144 

8,272 

24,233 

3,310 
294 

12,731 

591 

6,279 

21 

75,033 



7,430,652 
54,378 

221,332 
91,275 
30,222 
26,727 
26,717 

108,256 

3,283 

3,336 
99,923 

2,043 

112,810 

11,623 

3,735 

3,067 
1,302,174 



,581,603 



246,812 
246,668 
11,963 
119,888 
126,924 

47,146 
9,719 



57,210,399 

128,164,672 

1,364,210 

829 
20,299 
25,456 
244,207 

18,875,049 

86,372,987 
4,805,714 

145,626,065 
24,338,543 
5,933,800 

1,115,998 
312,449 

5,425,527 

459,102 

12,087 

9,295,722 



5,623,150 

12,552,449 
25,696,792 

1,178,419 
366,857,473 

1,427,561 
16,397,881 

5,291,078 

9,374,052 
29,959,163 



474,858,023 



180,097 
12,944,650 



1,937,102 

72,976 

436,293 

9,647,080 

3,364,264 

233,041 
24,021 

858,552 

915,364 

1,219,426 

65,309 

421,300 



32,319,975 



112,570 

4,105,593 

1,536,708 

418,690 

241,186 

391,336 

3,593,065 

1,337,922 

45,282 

3,630 

1,036,153 

101,931 

238,980 

236,049 

38,197 

327,212 
9,402,295 



23,776,799 



3,543,176 
8,106,383 
104,939 
2,030,361 
6,512,815 

2,238,488 
326,666 



52,430,223 

124,247,874 

1,337,514 



2,590 

681 

75,664 

12,882,229 

71,421,153 
4,662,974 

55,239,720 

3,409,649 

604,539 

409,505 
95,733 
350,660 
315,231 
3,128 
2,406,836 



3,084,189 

9,056,189 

9,961,850 

527,998 

265,366,998 

910,682 

9,678,501 

4,352,121 

7,724,273 

15,201,269 



325,864,070 



12,645 
2,770,505 



1,567,535 
69,541 

281,713 
6,832,162 

190,033 

93,841 
13,674 

603,797 

166,171 

795,271 

61,306 

223,559 



7,839 
89,022 
936,018 
150,601 
49,191 
871,415 
2,873,383 
353,746 

29,504 

1,206 

215,673 

59,714 
193,684 
173,103 

28,013 

281,977 
3,648,889 



9,967,978 



3,763,775 
3,482,062 
26,400 
1,116,194 
2,647,581 

1,717,244 
217,204 



43,542,176 

103,420,849 

1,050,676 



1,112 

40,102 

12,468,438 

68,563,028 
3,687,243 

9,921,495 

2,315,521 

329,135 

24,466 

666 

153,030 

296,398 

35 

1,715,741 



29,115 

350,378 

94,558 

149,379 

229,204,759 

45,203 

4,703,478 

2,094,250 

1,212,686 

11,885,231 



249,769,087 



1,205 
1,015,581 



1,490,279 
67,259 

271,618 
4,488,970 

149,671 

2,230 
3,279 

64,320 

1,785 

52,737 

423 

78,770 



7,688,127 



1,509 

1,150 

654,519 

85,839 

33,990 

402,357 

1,401,041 

253,690 

21,458 
176 
159,581 
323 
104,551 
142,000 
22,304 

276,614 
2,271,021 



5,837,623 



1,850,504 

1,578,836 

5,508 

712,100 

1,138,404 

575,004 
140,059 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



37 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real property — Continued 



Finance — Continued 



Credit 
agefticies 

other than 
banks 



Holding and 
other 

investment 
companies 



Security and 
commodity- 
exchange 
brokers emd 
dealers 



Insurance carrier^ and agents 



Total 
insiirance 

carriers^and 
agents 



Insurance 
carrier^ 



Insurance 

agents and 
brokers 



Real estate, 
except lessors 

of real 

property other 

than buildings 



Lessors of 

real property, 

except 

bui Idings 



(62) 



(63) 



(64) 



(65) 



(66) 



(67) 



(68) 



WjlDber of returns. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Governnient obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions . 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comnon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Heceipts: 

Gross sales . . ^ 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable 
bond premium); 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term 

capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term 

capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts.. 
Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total coDipiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (i? less 65) 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69). 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



3,285,190 

19,751,393 

284,709 



874 

323 

29,820 

69,798 

1,995,927 

583,591 

33,629,140 

751,408 

128,246 

22,422 

6,276 

106,306 

6,838 

348 

395,737 



60,209,188 



2,393,235 

7,915,838 
8,795,827 

266,799 
34,031,886 

457,461 
1,977,817 
1,947,547 

671 , 147 
1,751,631 



60,209,188 



2,157 
1,499,955 



53,062 

899 

1,406 

2,321,545 

27,509 

147 
1,574 

30,078 

7,591 
33,136 

8,877 
75,430 



4,063,366 



919 

44,448 

193,217 

50,701 

8,102 

467,737 

1,415,973 

77,170 

4,054 

471 

44,376 

117 

80,495 

23,765 

4,439 

4,596 

1,031,427 



3,452,007 



611,359 
609,953 
12,302 
283,025 
328,334 

192,923 
16,265 



(Thousand dollsru) 



499,567 

631,369 

1,946 



604 

100 

2,997 

299,352 
531,442 
114,037 

11,026,560 

281,956 

116,905 

362,200 

88,660 

66,735 

8,634 

2,732 

106,703 



13,722,013 



183,510 

369,390 

717,588 

81,667 

1,722,342 

372,630 
2,865,088 

274,229 
5,801,401 
1,334,168 



13,722,013 



3,591 
70,855 



13,803 
247 
4,992 
66,390 
11,077 

91,394 
6,712 

491,481 

9,489 

697,245 

51,359 

54,832 



1,573,467 



3,271 

7,233 

23,179 

4,169 

1,003 

430 

38,437 

17,166 

3,244 

475 

7,839 

58,687 

1,609 

2,353 

361 

456 

169,978 



339,890 



1,233,577 

1,228,585 

5,607 

96,155 

1,137,422 

938,441 

50,838 



153,290 

444,263 

183 



258 
2,745 

44,641 
330,756 
278,103 

662,525 

60,764 

30,303 

417 

136 

24,589 

3,411 

13 

188,655 



2,163,782 



478,329 

420, 583 
353,877 

30,153 
408,011 

35,388 
132,118 

36,095 

39,039 
230,189 



5,692 
184,114 



10,391 
1,136 
3,697 
5,257 
1,776 

70 
2,109 

17,918 

147,306 
12,153 

647 
14,527 



406,793 



2,140 
36,191 
65,103 
9,892 
1,096 
891 
17,932 
10,720 

74S 

84 

3,877 

87 

7,029 

4,985 

909 

311 

176,463 



338,458 



68,335 
64,638 
2,983 
24,914 
43,421 

10,875 

10,042 



3,000,197 

875,447 

6,433 



500 

16,270 

5,461 

5,905,871 

14,668,869 

54,043 

83,204,728 

1,097,678 

78,928 

2,630 

1,183 

24,511 

58,919 

318 

6,067,070 



114,895,332 



646,855 

85,980 

60,685 

76,987 

99,692,047 

29,550 

1,640,079 

651,246 

328 ,939 

11,682,964 



114,895,332 



75,299 
7,874,897 



361,897 

3,231 

152,297 

2,671,792 

264,722 

192 
970 

64,795 

2,484 

379,992 

3,673 

56,141 



53,741 

3,410,762 

181,315 

84,356 

4,729 

7,366 

10,647 

248,324 

4,330 

405 

104,410 

845 

28,228 

56,035 

5,385 

1,797 

3,939,469 



, 142 , 144 



3,770,238 

3,617,941 

10,918 

504,072 

3,266,166 

296,896 

37,758 



2,746,349 

332,327 

2,917 



16,263 
1,277 

5,902,330 

14,651,069 

51,349 

82,981,766 

985,957 

33,148 



13,716 

17,473 

27 

6,021,552 



88,613 

33,766 

21,676 

49,528 

99,609,940 

11,956 

1,501,902 

604,282 

307,918 

11,450,763 



113,680,344 



67,070 
7,030,239 



361,398 

3,204 

152,251 

2,66B,927 

260,935 

30 
717 

62,437 

2.247 

372,678 

2,200 

48,551 



51,327 

3,291,092 

2?, 065 

56,707 

2,934 

2,949 

7,298 

234,992 

2,978 

?31 

91,180 

300 

15,900 

49,791 

2,811 

1,231 

3,491,718 



7,332,504 



3,700,380 

3,548,129 

6,866 

476,273 

3,224,107 

278,592 

85,947 



253,846 

543,120 

3,516 



4,134 

3,541 
17,800 
2,694 

222 ,952 

111,721 

40,780 

2,622 

1,183 

10,795 

41,446 

291 

45,518 



1,214,988 



553,242 

52,214 
39,009 
27,459 
32,107 
17,594 

133,177 
46,964 
21,021 

232,201 



1,214,9 



8,229 
844,653 



499 

27 

45 

2,865 

3,787 

162 
253 

2,358 

237 
7,314 

1,473 
7,590 



1,914 

119,670 

153,250 

7,649 

1,795 

4,417 

3,349 

13,332 

1,352 

174 

13,230 

45 

12,323 

6,244 

2,574 

566 

447,751 



809,640 



69,858 
59,812 
4,052 
27,799 
42,059 

18,304 

1,811 



1,619,635 

2,937,092 

17,111 

829 
17,196 
7,399 

161,002 

76,410 
241,070 
66,375 

5,314,379 

18,456,656 

4,970,534 

202,030 

71,108 

4,869,630 

32,214 

7,841 

755,451 



31,250,734 



1,697,053 

3,357,533 
14,718,335 

520,133 
1,728,384 

417,895 
4,217,201 

260,814 
1,435,305 
2,908,075 



31,260,734 



83,824 
2,289,475 



6,265 

150 

2,059 

91,611 

2,810,402 

6,625 
8,605 

172,565 

745,582 

41,305 

215 

127,240 



44,040 
603,513 
411,868 
177,965 
185,488 

12 ,462 
6^14,556 
700,995 

11,077 

4,921 

749,954 

1,933 

65,727 

5,381 

4,303 

41,583 

,773,192 



5,480,953 



905,088 
903,019 
64,783 
362,311 
542 ,777 

157,289 

21,496 



110,344 

104,259 

3,152 



13 

1,106 
2,080 

10,539 
41,395 
22,322 

367,238 

1,864,560 

279,599 

501,783 

144,420 

180,676 

2,688 

800 

56,355 



2,837,887 



195,048 

52,747 
955,921 
53,301 
70,044 
69,434 
862,100 
25,397 
385,535 
166,860 



8,329 
9,773 



214 
1,515 

99,107 

132,382 

772 

17,294 

1,127 

2,857 

115 

14,860 



289,794 



5,950 

2,295 

7,507 

5,758 

1,778 

93 

29,479 

29,857 

371 

2,098 

15,115 

39,439 

341 

530 

495 

1,355 

40,745 



185,719 



104,075 
103,861 
2,838 
47,784 
56,291 

67,059 
208 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements end for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



38 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 3.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP- 



Returns with balance sheets by major Industrial group — Continued 



Total 
services 



Hotels and 

other 
lodging 



Personal 

services 



Business 
services 



Autoraotive 

repair 

services 

and garages 



Miscel- 
laneous 
repair 
services, 
hand trades 



Motion 

pictures 



Amusement, 

except 

motion 
pictures 



Other 
services, 
including 

schools 



Nature of 
business 

not 
allocable 



(70) 



(71) 



(72) 



(73) 



IT.) 



(75) 



(76) 



(77) 



(78) 



Number of returns. 



Assets; 
Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last- in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States posses- 
sions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and deprecia- 
tion. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumtllated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable; 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts; 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less ainorti- 
zable bond premium) ; 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long- 
term capital loss. 

Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short- 
term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts 

Deductions; 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit 
plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (47 leas 65) 

Net income or deficit (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69). 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation • s own stock 



6,106 



f77ioua«nd dollara) 



1,296,295 

l,8i2,753 

34,441 

5,703 
227,624 
396,216 
128,256 

30,087 

172,012 
61,367 

1,402,748 
7,735,603 
3,404,260 

53,919 

21,626 

819,421 

161,846 

11,327 

401,513 



1,251,668 

992,802 

2,412,699 

507,738 

646,922 

246,691 

1,922,029 

218,636 

842,584 

2,221,940 



H,263,7IJ9 



1,669,350 
11,841,356 



4,580 

164 

537 

19,384 

289,101 

29,052 
1,177 

60,778 

6,343 

30,453 

12,538 

137,482 



14,102,795 



960,936 
6,823,371 
668,945 
465,668 
159,416 
28,112 
127,423 
342,899 

11,092 
16,470 

659,380 
918 

248,259 
59,987 
21,811 

8,204 
2,795,588 



13,403,479 



699,316 
698,779 
54,135 
361,003 
338,313 



173,370 
22,680 



158,826 

152,335 

2,588 

1,033 
18,305 
17,172 
29,392 

8,176 

16,696 

7,303 

203,186 

2,341,731 

928,464 

16,170 
6,836 
329,960 
8,020 
792 
56,532 



2,426,207 



131,014 

225,693 
965,926 

95,954 
101,227 

53,668 
376,374 

24,947 
190,744 
260,660 



2,426,207 



621,377 
1,111,318 



625 

II 

85 

4,218 

146,951 

509 
362 

12,730 

532 
4,147 
1,019 
19,211 



1,923,795 



348,320 
427,998 

41,356 
101,629 

62,367 
3,864 

45,326 

90,105 

1,615 

359 

128,928 

204 

35,043 

3,570 

5,349 

967 

553,314 



1,350,314 



73,481 
73,396 
6,598 
43,102 
30,379 

33,257 

4,096 



126,068 

183,190 

3,113 

1,024 
33,164 
39,578 
19,590 

1,036 

11,358 
4,933 

73,309 
973,914 
491,430 

10,869 
5,271 
51,341 
33,539 
595 
51,223 



1,119,232 



118,329 

82,318 

145,783 

53,268 

55,381 

32,672 

266,880 

9,445 

39,554 

314,597 



254,253 
1,807,101 



27 

348 

4,755 



747 
118 



863 

1,271 



8,397 



125,473 
,068,954 
131,005 
66,800 
24,529 
4,377 
10,115 
48,216 

1,731 

489 

79,500 

27 

34,547 

3,114 

4,877 

757 
405,615 



72,915 
72,888 
4,909 
33,993 
33,922 

13,927 
6,179 



399,920 

724,419 

17,333 

1,258 
37,167 
36,880 
21,418 

12,213 

54,299 
13,519 

463,287 

1,262,652 

539,282 

9,557 

3,484 

41,558 

35,010 

689 

114,069 



2,665,943 



492,930 

219,020 
313,341 
139,100 
196,017 

58,017 
431,605 

43,764 
191,019 
576,130 



201,462 
3,870,952 

1,169 
22 
126 

4,414 
38,897 

13,716 
311 

15,909 

1,660 
12,413 

3,032 
26,703 



132,396 
2,263,419 
243,768 
72,946 
18,766 
8,128 
19,614 
54,229 

3,139 
2,177 
146,036 
333 
37,548 
35,078 
4,738 

1,166 
903,450 



238,855 
238,729 
10,287 
118,839 
120,016 

49,533 
6,003 



62,575 

105,971 

1,424 

363 

14,778 
11,413 
13,123 

354 

1,664 
621 

31,018 
706,061 
262,174 

6,717 
2,290 

65,093 

3,844 

262 

20,653 



778,103 



69,017 

150,245 

207,044 
26,183 
29,633 
12,565 

127,141 
5,430 
15,480 

135,360 



778,103 



137,665 
589,717 



41 
2 

II 

1,502 

28,228 



30 
153 



1,272 
940 



778,388 



37,943 
273,590 
41,993 
54,317 
11,312 
1,651 
12,987 
21,445 

349 

265 

115,371 

69 

7,153 

399 

419 

540 
112,466 



742,369 



36,019 
36,008 
3,705 
14,033 
21,986 



4,391 
1,828 



33,065 

93,054 

779 

1,326 
22,210 
25,530 

2,414 

18 

1,930 
40 

5,930 
103,167 
45,804 

667 

275 

3,625 

1,934 

83 

7,445 



46,377 

26,220 
21,894 
18,551 
16,656 

4,133 
53,489 

3,525 
14,126 
55,443 



265,414 



173,706 
384,576 



357 
1,125 



112,642 

260,486 

35,641 

10,9X 

2,733 

1,226 

1,748 

9,359 

171 

249 

11,152 

15 

5,351 

1,101 

1,711 

74 
88,847 



543,940 



19,433 
19,433 
1,343 
9,231 
10,202 

1,387 
251 



263,544 

349,157 

3,948 

503 

76,223 

254,367 

25,939 

630 

45,173 
16,400 

513,372 

1,414,390 

769,587 

2^363 

1,267 

217,397 

43,688 
7,434 

80,775 



269,339 

179,267 
500,749 

94,815 
120,892 

47,820 
318,473 

36,034 
315,170 
594,131 



147,535 
2,100,906 



55 

5,413 

48,939 

8,077 
66 

5,570 

1,737 

9,182 

8,474 

45,749 



2,382,635 



79,401 
1,432,623 
48,562 
87,739 
19,792 
3,258 
22,971 
51,071 

1,473 

11,940 

103,754 

89 

86,094 

4,790 

1,371 

1,833 
292,023 



2,248,839 



133,796 
133,741 
15,358 
72,586 
61,210 

43,262 

1,896 



125,345 
52,878 
1,604 

142 
7,459 
3,569 
10,089 

1,359 

18,878 
13,755 

58,048 
595,462 
240,724 

4,367 
969 
78,734 
18,713 
908 
35,059 



779,652 



50,357 

62,794 

180,229 

34,719 

46,923 

22 ,973 

200,205 

9,202 

35,441 

136,809 



779,652 



71,356 
328,725 



583 
49 
25 

762 
14,847 

3,890 

37 

4,013 

660 

1,617 

11 

16,308 



942,883 



37,900 

456,457 

33,992 

38,535 

12,639 

2,363 

9,208 

44,408 

1,373 

278 

51,346 

171 

23,695 

1,653 

328 

1,627 

157,037 



879,065 



63,318 
63,793 
6,124 
36,571 
27,247 



16,641 
1,050 



121,952 

176,749 

3,152 

54 
18,318 
7,707 
6,291 

6,296 

22,009 
4,796 

53,598 
328,176 
126,795 

3,209 

1,234 

31,713 

17,098 

564 

35,747 



701,963 



73,805 

46,745 
77,728 
45,148 
79,683 
14,84j 

147,862 
26,289 
41,050 

148,810 



701,968 



61,446 
,148,061 



697 
70 

208 
1,865 
5,359 

2,022 
93 

2,446 

76 

851 

2 

14,693 



36,861 
644,844 

87,628 

32,668 
7,278 
3,245 
5,454 

23,566 

736 

713 

23,293 

10 

13,328 

10,277 

2,518 

1,140 
277,336 



60,999 
60,791 
5,361 
32,648 
28,351 

10,972 
1,372 



(79) 



49,032 

96,106 

1,222 



2,971 

9,366 

776 



2,052 
1,154 

179,085 
74,388 
26,129 

8,532 

52 

35,984 

5,857 

375 

27,201 



465,384 



140,360 

68,576 

110,862 

18,179 

46,071 

38,208 

164,361 

4,637 

46,092 

^171,962 



465,384 



22,239 
71,842 



25 
831 
698 

393 
424 



34 
1,836 



5,565 



15,996 

28,305 

12,385 

2,894 

690 

750 

6,695 

2,832 

76 
72 

5,340 
14 

1,061 
94 
50 

1,878 

32,101 



111,233 



^5,384 
^5,409 
1,618 
2,929 
'3,313 



^Capital stock which was not definitely designated as either common or preferred was tabulated under comiKin stock. 

^Loss or deficit. 

'Loss after total taxpayment. 

'For Items reported and computation of tax by life and mutual insurance companies, see facsimiles of return Forms 1120L and 1120M, pp. 161 and 175. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



39 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 4.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



All active 

corporation 

returns 



Returns 
without 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets 



Under 
$25,000 



$25,000 
under 
$50,000 



$50,000 
under 
$100,000 



$100,000 

under 
$250,000 



$250,000 

under 
$500,000 



$500,000 

under 

$1,000,000 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(1) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



Number of returns 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, f irst-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accujmilated amortization and depreciation 

Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable bond 
premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital 

loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital 

loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repa irs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Tota 1 compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (A7 less 65) 

Net income or deficit (66 leas 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



60,3il 



185,260 



114,304 



131,510 



150,350 



39,301 



(Thouaand dollari) 



514,863,881 
97,818,849 



2,287,260 

78,898 

471,045 

10,369,502 

5,176,124 

698,387 

46,123 

2,204,875 

1,017,495 

2,571,769 

772,177 

3,871,651 



642,248,036 



390,323,093 

58,242,078 

10,480,700 

5,682,349 

5,623,940 

1,652,827 

7,058,356 

14,202,627 

4U,759 

2,590,333 
13,418,787 

2,805,495 

6,601,835 

3,296,205 

1,146,863 

571,365 

70,187,103 



594,298,720 



47,949,316 
47,478,271 
836,133 
21,740,890 
26,208,426 



13,592,432 

1,996,477 



6,098,373 
1,176,258 



23,159 
1,895 
14,103 

100,349 

127,926 

10,448 

1,6U 

66,360 



36,064 
25,662 
3,787 
53,930 



4,675,897 
717,084 
173,943 
87,759 
70,896 
26,642 

81,378 

171,242 

3,677 

18,009 
178,317 

26,393 

92,239 
22,630 
9,652 
19,687 
1,016,304 



7,391,749 



348, 179 
334,076 
21,272 
204,651 
143,528 



124,495 

16,220 



87,374,680 

194,584,388 

2,805,009 

4,731,472 
31,760,054 
34,428,722 

2,954,486 

19,613,872 
103,118,214 
9,165,557 
179,557,970 
288,806,668 
102,789,320 

10,885,773 
4,513,823 

11,727,919 

2,947,625 

676,517 

17,748,539 



,621,270 



45,590,043 

30,457,910 
98,398,667 
22,663,386 
386,063,359 

15,795,695 
96,832,085 
14,264,860 
33,425,641 
145,129,624 



1,621,270 



508,765,508 
96,642,591 



2,264,101 

77,003 

456,942 

10,269,153 

5,048,198 

687,939 

44,509 

2,138,515 



981,431 
2,546,107 

768,390 
3,817,721 



634,508,108 



385,647,201 
57,524,994 
10,306,757 
5,594,590 
5,553,044 
1,626,135 

6,976,978 

14,031,385 

411,082 

2,572,324 
13,240,470 

2,779,102 

6,509,596 

3,273,575 

1,137,211 

551,678 

69,170,799 



586,906,971 



47,601,137 
47,144,195 
814,861 
21,536,239 
26,064,898 



13,467,937 
1,930,257 



347,873 

464,566 

6,036 

6,252 
162,591 
128,485 

24,923 

937 

3,977 

2,785 

105,231 

1,194,792 

606,345 

44,565 
25,636 
96,664 
50,601 
2,220 
118,739 



521,382 

340,029 
342,297 
110,237 
231,220 

56,454 

1,180,785 

9,953 

123,314 

'303,277 



2,112,894 



4,131,909 
2,360,525 



379 
9 

18 

5,694 

111,573 

7,371 

1,662 

16, 620 



39,073 

933 

37 

48,435 



6,724,238 



2,977,579 

1,383,587 

570,069 

256,571 

37,837 

15,013 

28,402 

116,272 

'1,293 

1,975 

133,278 

1,438 

71,571 

2,466 

3,826 

18,924 

1,228,997 



6,849,098 



'124,860 

'124,878 

41,919 

31,094 

'155,954 



29,796 
620 



530,476 

909,089 

13,974 

10,980 
371,956 
302,757 

36,722 

2,137 

11,367 

6,375 

234,031 

2,140,344 

923,080 

52,452 
23,579 

276,496 
70,684 
4,548 

176,276 



4,167,461 



751,581 

512,194 
634,192 
163,038 

335,155 

77,698 

1,475,072 

20,295 

144,347 

53,389 



4,167,461 



6,939,913 
2,232,855 



574 

77 
201 

10,157 

167,206 

8,247 

961 

20,630 

54,812 

2,669 

264 

58,007 



9,546,573 



5,140,348 

1,371,324 

622,622 

236,251 

51,843 

21,148 

49,783 

160,751 

2,139 

1,632 

195,512 

4,293 

39,325 

3,064 

7,323 

6,733 

1,494,393 



9,458,539 



88,034 
87,833 
41,038 
69,962 
18,072 



33,333 
1,363 



1,033,667 

2,192,852 

42,467 

17,110 
922,642 
694,135 

76,103 

5,786 

37,298 

19,732 

681,560 

4,550,603 

1,888,034 

120,140 
56,939 
643,917 
102,773 
4,512 
319,237 



9,4^0,603 



1,54? 246 

1,115,426 

1,474,409 

337,281 

555,773 

148,398 

2,709,333 

55,566 

322,263 
1,219,853 



9,480,603 



15,160,052 
3,976,776 



1,311 
115 

110 

23,460 

338,964 

8,352 

1,385 

37,028 

115,328 

5,134 

75 

142,559 



19,310,649 



11,661,263 

2,491,774 

1,013,180 

354,813 

98,636 

48,773 

111,688 

305,902 

5,458 

3,316 

379,671 

5,182 

180,656 

8,293 

12,915 

11,213 

2,765,247 



19,457,930 



352,669 
352,559 
74,569 
171,453 
131,216 



68,084 
8,664 



2,430,564 

5,930,130 

108,561 

56,100 
2,397,012 
1,805,941 

189,478 

22,744 

141,932 

70,653 

1,980,760 

10,366,264 

4,379,246 

24B,983 
101,487 
1,546,320 
167,294 
9,254 
666,377 



23,922,504 



3,590,250 

2,803,963 

3,830,019 

839,403 

1,419,774 

424,149 

5,570,344 

130,341 

680,846 

4,583,415 



23,922,504 



39,911,641 
7,304,408 



4,548 
219 
633 

99,375 

757,245 

35,748 

5,444 

93,716 

206,000 

23,062 

525 

362,651 



48,305,215 



31,607,315 

4,738,226 

1,851,713 

587,771 

218,425 

121,033 

285,486 

687,734 

16,254 

13,876 

844,354 

27,198 

420,499 

29,458 

35,457 

19,785 

6,121,153 



47,625,737 



1,179,478 

1,178,345 

108,842 

478,059 

701,419 



185,648 

39,806 



2,290,484 

6,483,352 

127,226 

45,116 
2,555,946 
1,790,236 

185,255 

40,775 

263,112 

104,421 

2,299,578 

10,478,482 

4,202,950 

270, 242 
124,919 
1,434,820 
152,500 
11,150 
632,169 



24,560,243 



3,471,586 

2,953,758 

3,970,190 

879,362 

1,641,840 

491,736 

4,710,389 

220,607 

775,381 

5,445,394 



24,560,243 



40,300,450 
6,351,481 



7,561 

313 

1,122 

135,573 

643,862 

32,114 

4,029 

99,817 



151,236 

27,630 

2,500 

386,532 



32,392,749 

4,299,452 

1,385,687 

445,173 

204,801 

112,991 

294,184 

649,584 
19,927 
13,186 

767,512 
26,007 

402,572 

44,466 

39,935 

12,814 

5,742,036 



46,853,076 



1,291,149 

1,290,027 

87,307 

562,129 

729,020 



190,822 

68,110 



2,659,482 

7,063,649 

129,543 

72,310 
2,735,162 
1,835,377 

201,540 

121,720 

665,715 

217,934 

2,992,685 

10,984,787 

4,421,218 

305,585 
126,666 
1,395,246 
126,267 
9,785 
691,457 



27,331,704 



3,401,570 

2,987,351 

4,251,184 

986,338 

3,016,621 

609,061 

4,440,563 

315,584 

848,914 

6,524,463 



27,381,704 



41,203,603 
6,024,280 



17, 7U 

972 

2,945 

191,321 

531,894 

39,162 

4,259 

122,486 



118,233 

46,406 

1,076 

370,918 



48,675,268 



33,204,099 

4,097,793 

1,117,085 

391,213 

206,236 

103,321 

313,476 
655,462 
24,961 
15,592 
772,863 
45,091 

427,523 

73,862 

47,293 

14,136 

5,526,403 



47,036,914 



1,633,354 

1,635,409 

80,249 

756,720 

881,634 



242,173 

79,331 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



40 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 4.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets — Continued 



$1,000,000 

under 
$2,500,000 



$2,500,000 

under 
$5,000,000 



$5,000,000 

under 
$10,000,000 



$10,000,000 

under 
$25,000,000 



$25,000,000 

under 
$50,000,000 



$50,000,000 

under 
$100,000,000 



$100,000,000 

under 
$250,000,000 



$250,000,000 
or more 



(10) 



(11) 



(12) 



(13) 



Number of returns- 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable... 

Less: Reserve for bad debts.. 
Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out. 

Not stated '. 



Prepa id expenses and supplies 

Investments, Governroent obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation... 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets , 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses » 

Other liabilities 



Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common'^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 

Total liabilities 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations {less aroortizable bond 
premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 



Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-lerra capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts. 



Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 



Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts. 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion. 



Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit or net loss ("i? less 65) 

Net income or deficit {66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69). 



Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock. 
Corporat ion ' s own stock 



(U) 



(15) 



(16) 



(17) 



28,486 



6,794 



(Thoitaand dollara) 



4,978,633 

11,579,058 

174,929 

162,852 
3,593,113 
2,423,583 

258,254 

468,716 
3,297,939 
715,871 
5,565,041 
14,944,197 
6,061,576 

492,672 
203,337 
1,417,476 
183,678 
15,757 
931,287 



44,556,771 



4,225,348 

3,767,832 

5,512,253 

1,421,535 

10,806,734 

992,329 
5,910,719 

628,687 
1,530,020 
9,761,314 



5,246,850 
11,099,844 

173,383 

181,554 
2,688,885 
1,748,718 

188,774 

970,167 
4,997,631 

866,681 
6,586,094 
11,311,358 
4,480,075 

569,640 
173,423 
933,988 
136,945 
17,795 
710,639 



5,761,432 

11,780,027 
162,302 



258,423 
,363,491 
,625,041 

178,963 



44,556,771 



48,687,893 
7,500,684 



79,659 
2,582 
12,531 

395,382 
570,400 
46,085 
6,945 
161,007 

119,149 
95,314 

3,212 
460,689 



38,626,246 

5,019,966 

1,105,311 

414,235 

281,042 

125,399 

438,141 

895,354 

38,086 

34,152 

981,405 

84,635 

563,121 

146,188 

71,275 

28,698 

6,734,599 



55,587,853 



2,553,679 
2,541,148 
96,493 
1,251,065 
1,302,614 



452,478 
167,546 



2,874,668 

2,553,549 
4,344,621 
1,154,188 
17,038,240 

789,473 
4,303,356 

686,402 
1,522,792 
8,125,803 



43,393,092 



32,568,810 
5,172,879 



114,902 

3,377 

26,905 

529,913 
346,886 
45,655 
3,792 
171,699 

42,589 

105,684 

7,704 

300,176 



39,440,971 



25,470,660 
3,335,296 

615,297 
254,723 
240,091 
101,798 

374,045 
679,733 
32,516 
39,840 
699,295 
106,887 

412,497 

148,473 

61,905 

43,613 

4,558,334 



37,175,003 



2,265,968 
2,239,063 
56,920 
1,087,299 
1,178,669 



428,796 
112,105 



1,431,049 
6,516,027 
678,840 
8,901,292 
10,544,949 
4,152,882 

718,512 
192,319 
644,295 
124,116 
11,230 
598,456 



47,606,180 



7,928,637 

15,816,610 

216,134 

482,139 
2,927,562 
2,556,019 

233,850 

2,335,789 
10,926,824 
695,959 
15,552,297 
16,099,976 

6,242,408 

1,023,730 

290,102 

757,617 

202,469 

19,065 

1,022,740 



71,794,509 



2,398,862 

2,176,655 

3,626,548 

1,035,849 

22,506,427 

755,117 
4,054,077 

897,845 
1,776,806 
8,377,994 



47,606,180 



29,179,802 
4,724,565 



144,115 
2,368 
31,016 

664,171 
127,692 
39,934 
3,095 
173,824 

30,447 

111,774 

9,074 

247,097 



35,483,974 



22,319,521 
3,083,269 
433,847 
241,584 
252,160 
117,987 

403,263 
730,333 
31,210 
48,976 
617,558 
79,993 

443,561 

163,965 

64,355 

28,054 

4,133,918 



33,193,554 



2,295,420 
2,264,404 
44,552 
1,090,445 
1,204,975 



484,844 
110,680 



2,969,742 

2,311,857 
5,671,338 
1,523,881 
36,576,763 

1,054,719 
5,379,495 
1,588,722 
2,850,391 
11,862,601 



5,678,448 

12,147,657 

191,167 

402,492 
1,874,450 
1,910,624 

205,477 

1,798,834 
8,621,037 
349,828 
11,960,567 
13,139,306 
5,021,317 

926,777 
424, 305 
380, 707 
115,148 
25,588 
829,041 



71,794,509 



37,355,854 
4,994,061 



235,475 
4,982 

50,830 

1,040,761 

182,225 

91,403 

3,692 

249,451 

29,019 
222,126 

31,678 
298,355 



27,946,698 
2,853,708 
449,939 
297,945 
399,234 
186,651 

672,761 
943,002 
42,130 
116,947 
839,319 
171,938 

599,135 

279,754 

89,118 

58,537 

5,276,472 



41,223,338 



3,566,574 
3,515,744 
43,424 
1,673,108 
1,888,466 



912,623 

167,047 



2,058,965 

1,455,749 

3,993,985 

1,265,307 

27,583,180 

994,281 
3,828,600 
1,262,835 
2,533,281 
9,701,333 



54,677,516 



26,669,250 
4,039,052 



184,423 

3,474 

36,869 

774,269 

76,992 

54,998 

1,315 

206,841 

23,871 
166,641 

26,345 
200,005 



19,300,266 
2,485,316 
242,781 
198,626 
381,424 
126,007 

479,404 
836,443 
29,379 
109,799 
619,782 
179,270 

407,927 

218,435 

70,742 

38,159 

3,726,809 



29,500,569 



2,963,776 
2,926,907 
32,623 
1,360,443 
1,603,333 



809,896 
130,323 



5,615,052 

12,216,530 

176,738 

455,085 
1,462,684 
2,342,550 

167,060 

1,690,185 

8,234,604 

515,825 

11,989,106 

16,954,104 

5,964,128 

925,857 
374,562 
374,423 
133,331 
30,333 
1,115,211 



57,695,846 



2,256,417 

1,439,570 

5,655,230 

1,377,652 

26,616,643 

1,211,466 
5,028,855 
1,203,295 
3,039,493 
9,817,225 



57,695,646 



25,976,614 
4,786,605 



182,529 
4,729 
38,085 

674,129 
128,994 
91,235 
1,937 
153,546 

28,800 
263,768 

92,535 
136,031 



32,559,537 



19,165,612 
2,677,442 
178,722 
252,918 
358,702 
99,625 

475,026 
703,464 
24,742 
149,216 
664,217 
173,124 

445,849 

220,418 

59,293 

30,868 

3,739,400 



29,423,638 



3,135,899 
3,097,814 
22,224 
1,412,505 
1,723,394 



1,063,919 
193,529 



8,979,145 

19,342,1U 

277,903 

992,245 
2,394,629 
3,786,938 

260,759 

2,395,371 
12,163,997 

1,039,923 
16,314,040 
30,230,697 

9,301,410 

514,490 
169,016 
649,425 
137,859 
20,297 
1,986,314 



91,919,320 



33,338,937 

77,558,760 

1,004,646 

1,588,814 
5,309,931 
11,478,318 

747,323 

8,329,662 
47,186,754 

3,880,230 
93,895,633 
135,366,809 
45,144,151 

4,672,128 
2,227,533 
1,176,025 
1,243,960 
494,933 
7,950,596 



385,352,627 



3,773,974 11,747,952 22 



1,837,439 
12,019,340 

2,446,720 
40,125,587 

2,340,191 
8,496,992 
1,842,438 
4,790,712 
14,240,927 



91,919,320 



40,086,485 
8,725,733 



265,780 
7,434 
58,043 

938,246 
193,815 
48,121 
2,636 
247,159 

14,570 
247,602 
112,820 
367,730 



29,644,758 
4,571,947 
212,800 
330,899 
605,512 
135,462 

755,254 

1,191,352 

35,653 

437,233 
1,159,247 

145,733 

790,495 
367,064 
85,262 
74,836 
5,801,272 



46,395,334 



4,920,890 
4,862,847 
46,077 
2,304,713 
2,616,177 



1,653,265 

218,783 



4,202,538 

43,073,061 

9,117,545 

197,609,402 

5,850,623 
39,743,450 

5,352,290 
12,437,081 
56,218,685 



385,352,627 



120,593,232 
28,398,687 



1,025,132 
46,297 
197, 6X 

4,786,702 

370,450 

139,514 

3,357 

384,691 

8,304 

1,227,364 

480,545 

438,536 



158,600,445 



86,190,087 

15,115,394 

507,704 

1,281,868 

2,217,101 

310,477 

2,296,065 
5,425,499 
107,279 
1,586,534 
4,566,457 
1,723,313 

1,254,865 

1,567,669 

488,512 

165,253 

12,321,761 



137,126,338 



21,474,107 
21,276,473 
38,619 
9,282,244 
12,191,863 



6,912,260 
631,795 



^Includes stock not designated as to type. 

^Loss or deficit. 

'loss after total taxpayment. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for 



'Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



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ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 6.— NETT INCOME OR DEFICIT, TAX, AND DIVIDENDS PAID, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, BY INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 



Industrial division and size of net income or deficit 



Returns with net income 



Number of 

returns 



(1) 



43,807 
73,946 
86,641 
89,982 
93,162 

500,015 
518,409 
515,160 
665,792 
1,567,925 

1,609,794 
2,607,946 
2,239,680 
2,528,521 
6,772,750 

3,405,128 
5,371,952 
4,253,637 
4,706,540 
12,677,898 



184,972 



87,179 
41,294 
29,133 
21,963 

17,964 

61,875 
38,942 
28,134 
28,483 
44,034 

22,196 

16,250 

6,249 

3,555 

3,121 

475 

337 

120 

67 

35 



8,996 
17,092 
20,811 
21,549 
22,109 

128,065 
137,341 
142,175 
186,955 
505,737 

634,459 
1,126,369 
1,009,050 
1,143,698 
3,070,474 

1,533,267 
2,412,763 
1,955,284 
2,100,184 
5,562,436 



4,917 
4,123 
3,684 
3,360 
3,083 

12,856 
10,438 
8,127 
7,896 
16,519 

10,781 
9,366 
4,043 
2,587 
2,600 

437 
318 
114 
62 
29 



13,614 
17,121 
10,739 
13,366 
15,760 

68,167 
64,458 
60,475 
78,501 
222,746 

247,521 
428,857 
374,044 
501,996 
1,790,401 

1,041,155 
1,780,663 
1,441,223 
1,622,614 
3,607,239 



45,090 



271 
92 

199 
78 

190 

329 

878 

852 

1,001 

3,424 

1,147 
3,290 
2,129 
2,890 
1,995 



26,325 



ALL INDDSIRIAL DIVISIONS 

Total 513,270 50,328,887 451,406 '21,74 0,890 105,340 13,400, 660 

Under $1,000 110,207 

$1,000 under $2,000 50,820 

$2,000 under $3,000 35,150 

$3,000 under $4,000 25,935 

$4,000 under $5,000 20,804 

$5,000 under $10,000 69,304 

$10,000 under $15,000 42,073 

$15,000 under $20,000 29,632 

$20,000 under $25,000 29,509 

$25,000 under $50,000 45,786 

$50,000 under $100,000 23,018 

$100,000 under $250,000 16,729 

$250,000 under $500,000 6,405 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 3,633 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 3,199 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 491 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 346 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 124 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 68 

$100,000,000 or more 35 

AGRICULTURZ, FORZSTRY, AND FISHERY 

Total 

Dnder $1,000 983 375 736 76 62 

$1,000 under $2,000 502 739 420 174 31 

$2,000 under $3,000 517 1,308 350 218 80 

$3,000 under $4,000 326 1,135 256 224 27 

$4,000 under $5,000 260 1,155 203 257 30 

$5,000 under $10,000 713 5,061 580 1,144 88 

$10,000 under $15,000 575 6,955 488 1,607 119 

$15,000 under $20,000 341 5,634 276 1,363 100 

$20,000 under $25,000 329 7,416 260 1,806 79 

$25,000 under $50,000 534 18,155 504 5,510 185 

$50,000 under $100,000 232 15,279 208 4,954 60 

$100,000 under $250,000 167 25,637 158 9,573 73 

$250,000 under $500,000 38 13,624 38 5,972 25 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 17 12,131 17 4,753 13 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 7 13,063 7 5,608 3 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 .• 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

ihnins and qdahryins 

Total 5,145 1,335,346 

Dnder $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 '■ 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

CONSTRDaiON 

Total 25,246 653,006 22,045 

Under $1,000 5,420 2,214 4,294 452 116 

$1,000 under $2,000 2,335 3,449 1,859 788 133 

$2,000 under $3,000 1,876 4,625 1,506 1,090 90 

$3,000 under $4,000 1,122 3,901 914 889 82 

$4,000 under $5,000 1,115 5,021 990 1,216 

$5,000 under $10,000 3,422 24,568 3,048 6,280 308 

$10,000 under $15,000 2,205 27,085 2,017 6,962 203 

$15,000 under $20,000 1,500 26,059 1,397 7,038 248 

$20,000 under $25,000 1,864 42,162 1,807 11, 8U 243 

$25,000 under $50,000 2,416 81,591 2,310 25,957 469 

$50,000 under $100,000 980 69,024 929 27,365 329 

$100,000 under $250,000 641 97,332 626 42,621 286 

$250,000 under $500,000 210 71,858 209 33,156 125 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 83 59,117 82 27,186 57 

$1,000,000 under $5, 000, COO 51 100,077 51 47,666 36 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 6 34,923 6 13,193 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



718 
324 
395 
173 

217 

571 
429 
354 
215 
677 

403 
318 
145 
95 
78 



(Thousand 
dollors) 



309 
485 

957 
601 
975 

4,193 
5,174 
6,130 
4,926 
23,572 

28,049 
49,040 
51,036 
64,704 
153,172 

128,797 
123,647 
63,481 
128,423 
497,673 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other tftan 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



549 
249 
321 
114 
174 

474 
357 
303 
198 
612 

355 
292 
135 
93 



Amount 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(4) 



222 

116 
210 

973 
1,161 
1,526 
1,296 
6,815 

9,699 
19,932 
20,448 
28,422 
63,688 

54,512 
54,276 
32,885 
58,002 
247,656 



Number of 
returns 



C5) 



79 
40 
47 

105 
92 

118 



163 
154 
76 
63 
62 



2,813 



Amount 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(6) 



124 
231 
796 
251 
329 

1,350 
1,326 
1,820 
483 
6,345 

9,151 
14,313 
17,887 
31,783 
96,201 

60,600 
67, 565 
24,468 
62,570 
367,745 



81,065 



Returns without net income 



Nujnber of 
returns 



(7) 



294,033 



128,138 
35,781 
21,743 
16,096 
12,602 

32,783 
14,654 
8,420 
4,919 

10,367 

5,030 

2,405 

683 

255 

140 



4,760 



1,232 
574 
300 
284 
256 

783 
508 
205 
101 

330 

111 
32 
40 



5,573 



1,478 
375 
265 
255 
180 

608 
417 
328 
176 
644 

270 
237 
91 
26 

18 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



(8) 



2,850,616 



36,741 
52,089 
53,639 
55,804 
56,342 

232,278 
178,348 
145,878 
109,540 
357,259 

347,312 
361,772 
236,327 
176,662 
253,175 

56,347 
141,103 



61,741 



430 

831 

746 

1,004 

1,162 

5,479 
6,241 
3,542 
2,206 

11,250 

7,704 
4,524 
13,702 
2,920 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other than 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



(9) 



8,706 



2,366 

1,018 
734 
467 
408 

1,079 
627 
423 
294 
486 

333 
270 
104 
46 
38 






743 
293 
437 
156 
290 

1,096 
111. 
1,039 
2,090 
3,776 

4,919 
10,295 
9,924 
7,328 
25,984 

11,919 



16,323 



6,194 

1,615 

1,332 

955 

807 

1,975 
989 

576 
316 
656 

494 

144 

53 

14 

3 



366 
565 
646 

905 
610 

5,819 
5,158 
5,787 
3,948 
22,764 

19, 529 
34,832 
32,545 
16,607 
35,634 

14,326 



1,975 
2,319 
3,275 
3,249 
3,622 

14,420 
12,126 
10,016 
7,103 
30,047 

34,609 
20,835 
18,103 
10,155 
3,314 






(^) 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



33 
23 






53 
24 
28 
21 
27 



17 
2 



(10) 



191,772 



24,770 
6,376 
4,055 
3,795 
4,907 

10,489 
5,126 

11,711 
3,554 

13,316 

24,695 
21,252 
11,309 
9,775 
25,248 

4,872 



(^) 



243 

14 

43 

41 

2 



( = ) 



(^) 



1,530 
658 
717 
894 
641 

2,651 
5,272 
2,668 

41 
1,068 

1,908 



4,597 



275 
121 
307 






250 

42 

128 

39 

331 

334 

179 

2,497 

59 

6 



68 CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 

ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 6.— NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, TAX, AND DIVIDENDS PAID, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, BY INDUSTRIAL DIVISION— Continued 



Industrial division and size of net income or deficit 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thouaand 
dollars) 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other than 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Returns without net income 



Number of 
returns 



(Thous, 
efollOi 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other than 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



(1) 



MANUFACTURING 

Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,d00 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,0000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

TRADE 

Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

5250,000 under $500,000 
500,000 under $1,000,000 
1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 



FINANCE, INSUMNCE, REAL ESTATE, AND LESSORS OF 
REAL PROPERlTf 



(4) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



Total. 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 or more 



85,838 



26,978,873 



74,902 



23,263 



43,990 



968,420 



11,870 
6,076 
4,169 
3,102 
2,713 

9,713 
6,666 
5,044 
5,473 
10,055 

7,092 
5,609 
3,009 
1,899 
1,765 

275 
180 
65 
40 
23 



20,982 



4,835 
8,974 
10,271 
10,743 
12,164 

70,272 
83,068 
87,849 
123,404 
351,460 

501,680 
1,048,812 
1,061,711 
1,329,296 
3,838,824 

1,916,156 
2,729,206 
2,226,779 
2,777,127 
8,786,242 



9,210 
4,565 
3,212 
2,265 
2,134 

8,021 
5,814 
4,701 
5,168 
9,393 

6,317 
6,435 
2,964 
1,868 
1,754 

274 

179 

65 

40 

23 



18,453 



968 
1,867 
2,270 
2,128 
2,573 

16,686 
20,768 
23,798 
33,952 
113,103 

203,212 

477,205 

507,811 

642,429 

1,904,107 

954,452 
1,367,552 
1,110,468 
1,386,264 
4,243,151 



550 
420 
435 
388 
329 

1,437 
1,420 
1,199 
1,350 
3,399 

3,193 
3,770 
1,969 
1,397 
1,462 

256 
165 
61 
40 
23 



2,607 
1,519 
1,304 
1,018 
1,303 

6,472 

7,437 
7,667 
14,908 
38,367 

61,527 
150,610 
146,340 
203,016 
773,253 

437,540 
760,294 
654,767 
883,036 
2,612,225 



12,439 
4,764 
3,203 
2,629 
2,014 

6,188 
3,169 
2,026 
1,263 
2,992 

1,803 

1,010 

270 

126 

81 



4,180 
7,075 
7,895 
9,151 
9,023 

44,147 
38,913 
35,133 
28,180 
103,142 

124,870 
155,064 
92,934 
35,908 
138,465 

29,629 



292 
147 
127 
106 
69 

233 
162 

120 
100 
184 

158 

154 

54 

29 

25 



12,035 



4,246 
2,268 
1,294 
1,146 
392 

2,645 
1,659 
1,069 
1,106 
1,754 

1,014 
855 
370 
253 
237 

63 
64 
36 



171,794 



1,732 
3,279 
3,128 
3,990 
3,986 

19,150 
20,564 
13,666 
24,327 
60,236 

72,124 
134,819 
123,464 
179,050 
509,168 

455,285 
1,022,649 
1,259,154 

530,533 
1,504,686 



5,729,871 



3,390 
1,801 
1,103 
1,024 
755 

2,373 
1,489 
1,011 
1,043 
1,666 

969 
818 
355 
246 
233 

62 
63 
36 



150,104 



377 
699 
771 
1,014 
941 

4,817 
5,263 
5,125 
6,715 
19,197 

28,440 
58,086 
57,878 
83,984 
244,890 

221,903 
498,234 
623,693 
267,516 
773,468 



2,461,834 



209 
211 
141 
130 
146 

520 
364 
352 
286 

613 

440 
443 
229 
162 

197 

54 
63 
34 
7 
3 



30,823 



445 
437 
556 
363 
696 

2,431 
2,777 
2,396 
4,933 
3,059 

10,245 
23,653 
25,081 
39,619 
233,402 

216,376 
442,349 
492,007 
288,436 
554,259 



983,132 



5,445 

1,450 

896 

534 

569 

1,266 
584 

304 
201 
330 

195 
133 



93,174 



1,606 
2,041 
2,234 
2,017 
2,531 

9,132 
7,041 
5,127 
4,553 
11,360 

13,646 
23,021 
13,773 
11,494 
40,767 

12,392 



16,465 



606,496 






41 

27 



36,936 
17,488 
11,902 
9,220 
7,241 

24,802 
14,313 
10,518 
10,397 
15,060 

7,143 

4,384 

1,350 

571 

398 

34 

27 
4 
5 
1 



155,630 



15,273 
25,402 
29,429 
31,956 
32,482 

179,947 
175,670 
182,363 
234,725 
513,362 

498,216 
667,473 
455,986 
391,482 
788,296 

241,477 
442,066 
133,175 
346,062 
334,524 



,559,494 



28,938 
13,896 
9,727 
7,697 
6,114 

22,011 
13,303 
10,081 
10,042 
14,616 

6,982 

4,332 

1,333 

567 

395 

34 

27 

3 

5 

1 



141,601 



2,941 
5,684 
7,106 
7,590 
7,376 

46,402 
47,187 
51,367 
66,404 
170,588 

204,478 
302,637 
221,356 
187,219 
381,791 

120,358 
225,704 
52,404 
181,150 
172,142 



'2,062,530 



1,517 
1,388 
1,172 
1,100 
951 

4,509 
3,436 
2,515 
2,570 
4,862 

3,075 

2,226 

771 

384 

284 

27 

27 
3 



36,124 



3,346 
7,492 
2,444 
2,799 
3,199 

21,900 
19,252 

16,370 
20,800 
52,877 

60,618 
75,702 
55,561 
61,600 
148,578 

57,281 
140,852 

35,588 
123,853 

73,010 



34,342 
12,908 
8,247 
6,349 
4,964 

12,101 
5,344 
2,786 
1,672 
2,973 

1,036 

350 

75 

18 

9 



11,609 
18,876 
20,335 
22,161 
22,200 

85,446 
65,049 
43,266 

37,405 
101,180 

70,065 
50,607 
25,600 
12,106 
15, 590 



524 
391 
272 
214 
186 

400 
216 
190 
82 

156 

82 
50 
10 
2 
3 



78,389 



369,103 



2,112 



37,277 

17,020 

11,505 

8,342 

5,593 

21,629 

12,891 

8,560 

3,374 

12,616 

5,115 

3,078 

1,068 

503 

582 

80 
62 
17 
12 
6 



14,335 
24,650 
28,503 
28,938 
29,932 

155,165 
158,835 
150,483 
189,291 
423, 374 

353,627 
479,422 
371,463 
416,489 
1,209,991 

537,524 
98?, 544 
571,048 
873,107 
1,554,773 



30,692 

14,378 

10,216 

7,724 

5,228 

20,401 
12,383 
8,329 
3,259 

12,341 

4,940 

2,957 

1,004 

572 

523 

68 
55 
14 
11 
5 



3,211 
6,340 
7,289 
7,681 
7,879 

41,378 
43,512 
41,695 
54,031 
135,007 

123,455 
175,233 
123,881 
134,516 
339,354 

130,524 
231,029 
135,334 
183,931 
125,019 



1,966 
1,560 
1,544 
1,331 
1,318 

5,094 

4,133 

3,127 

2,989 

6,012 

3,134 

2,112 

725 

441 

500 

67 
50 
14 



5,218 
6,333 
4,519 
7,727 
9,245 

31,597 
27,580 
25,259 
30,466 
98,141 

90,990 
138,211 
104,445 
130,328 
475,047 

227,535 
347,883 
234,393 
238,384 



46,961 
9,082 
4,584 
2,955 
2,163 

5,479 
2,344 
1,432 
768 
1,471 

729 
316 
62 

37 



11,298 
13,059 
11,270 
10,167 
9,610 

38,561 
28,334 
24,736 
15, 894 
50,438 

50,574 
46,424 
23,167 
26,437 

8,089 



1,036 

295 

158 

89 

82 

167 

109 

32 

13 

51 

43 
18 

7 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory etatements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



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69 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 6.— NET INCOME Or uttlCIT, TAX, AND DIVIDENDS PAID, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, BY INDUSTRIAL DIVISION— Continued 



Industrial division and size of net income or deficit 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



( TheusMnd 
dolUra) 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 

(Thousand 
doltarm) 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other than 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 

(Thouaand 
dollaral 



Returns without net Income 



Number of 
returns 



(Thoaaand 
doltara) 



Dividends paid in cash 

and assets other than 

own stock 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thouaand 
doltara) 



Total . 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 or more 



NATUHE OF BUSINESS NOT ALLOCABLE 



Total. 



Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 or more 



(4) 



40,909 



11,750 
4,564 
3,299 
2,451 
1,531 

5,600 
3,160 
2,099 
1,701 
2,614 

1,039 
677 
214 
112 

80 

13 
5 



2,183 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



920,632 



33,809 



168,396 



31,983 



4,410 
6,611 
8,140 
8,535 
6,802 

40,257 
38,946 

36,460 
37,94i 
89,087 

71,795 
105,413 

75,050 

76,252 

158,941 

85,149 
70,840 



11,203 



,007 


324 


243 


357 


193 


480 


53 


183 


142 


645 


209 


1,402 


175 


2,112 


47 


811 


50 


1,097 


62 


2,088 


1 


486 


1 


1,218 



8,703 
3,464 
2,536 
1,916 
1,249 

4,795 
2,926 
1,989 
1,641 
2,545 

996 
632 

210 

110 

80 

12 
5 



859 

1,377 
1,729 
1,852 
1,509 

9,551 
10,294 
10,084 
10,686 
29,066 

27,856 
43,077 
33,301 
35,184 
77,742 

36,772 
35,968 



377 
320 
142 
261 
162 

775 
671 
467 
324 

795 

387 
302 
123 
70 
54 

12 
5 



847 
674 
482 
769 
481 

2,872 
4,334 
3,567 
3,705 
10,284 

8,924 
12,783 
12,677 
20,432 
34,941 

29,404 
21,220 



13,977 
4,494 
2,570 
1,882 
1,498 

3,948 

1,193 

703 

412 

755 

332 

143 

56 

14 

5 



4,350 
6,534 
6,340 
6,455 
6,692 

27,691 
14,192 
12,234 
9,045 
26,051 

22,074 
20,816 
16,503 
9,035 
11,316 



17,206 



183 
101 
41 
27 
45 

30 
34 
20 
23 
25 

2 
8 
2 



7,806 



667 
162 
162 
53 
117 

172 
165 



49 


,2\ 


64 


f2j 


116 




55 




148 




334 


/2) 


587 




179 




254 




494 




247 




628 





2 

200 



6,070 
519 
341 
203 
151 

235 

106 
60 
10 
16 



927 
789 
848 
695 
692 

1,583 

1,294 

982 

206 

507 

4,240 
5,599 






(10) 



8,496 



620 
1,313 
236 
29 
153 

538 
147 
40 
198 
1,855 

16 
360 

1,441 

46 

1,504 






^Included in the total but not in the detail is $76,000 of tax reported on returns without net income. See "Explanation of Terms," Inccane tax p. 
Sampling variability of this item was too large to warrant showing it separately- However, this value was Included in each total. 
NOTE; See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Eteta." 



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52,089 
53,639 
55,804 
56, X2 


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91 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 9.— DIVIDENDS RECEIVED AND INTEREST RECEIVED ON GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT 



Size of net income 



Returns wUli net income 



Total 

number of 

returns 



Dividends received from — 



Domestic corporations Foreign corporations 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollsra) 



Number of 
returns 



(Thotiaarxl 
dollars) 



Interest received on Government obligations 
(less anortizable bond premium) 



Wholly taxable 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousanri 
dollars) 



Subject to surtax only Wholly t8X-exeT,pt 



Nujiiber of 
returns 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Number of 
returns 



( Thousanrl 
dollars) 



CD 



(2) 



(3) 



(i) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(a) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 imder $2,000 

$2,000 under $^,000 

$3,000 under $i,000 

$i,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 uner $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000... 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000., 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000., 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000, 
$100,000,000 or more 



513,270 



41,370 



2,533,766 



44,941 



77, 512 



110,207 
50,820 
35,150 
25,935 
20,804 

69,304 
42,073 
29,632 
29,509 
45,788 

23,018 

16,729 

6,405 

3,633 

3,199 

491 
346 
124 

68 



3,007 
1,856 
1,322 
1,340 
1,198 

4,731 
3,266 
2,614 
2,603 
5,943 

4,121 
4,012 
1,904 
1,282 
1,454 

299 
236 



1,795 
1,634 
1,543 

1,110 
1,750 

10,933 
7,772 
6,351 
8,225 

35,747 

46,839 
111,847 
102,856 
132,277 
379,337 

224,499 
291,545 
223,060 
240,155 
70i,441 



203 
90 

145 
95 

302 

235 
338 
215 
229 
389 

97 
114 
54 
30 
23 



12 

35 

111 

250 
101 
468 
117 
894 

946 

3,142 

6,858 

10,281 

50, 382 

29,844 

121,433 

116,839 

36,733 

340,930 



1,973 
1,403 
1,154 
1,108 
1,185 

4,362 
3,887 
3,206 
3,284 
7,522 

4,880 
4,508 
2,232 
1,605 
1,829 

339 

267 

105 

58 

34 



2,737 
3,465 
3,354 
5,653 
9,191 

27,797 
28,716 
39,806 
49,377 
166,038 

159,329 
199,587 
141,104 
140,683 
363,028 

94,737 
213,068 
130,973 
126,291 
248,795 



185 
122 
93 
99 
72 

376 
356 
315 
354 
1,146 

911 
675 
309 
207 
247 

39 

43 
12 

15 



114 
74 
73 

108 
77 

1,061 
1,022 
667 
1,263 
3,562 

3,522 
4,640 
3,503 
5,174 
18,232 

5,141 
17,188 
8,560 
1,764 

1,767 



177 
264 
228 

191 
317 

1,380 
1,624 
1,400 
1,617 
4,018 

2,398 

1,888 

842 

558 

696 

122 
108 
46 

33 
22 



300 
792 

734 

508 

1,170 

5,359 
6,609 
6,084 
8,235 
30,833 

32,643 
39,982 
28,963 
33,488 
98,484 

44,403 
54,913 
28,130 
21,300 
20,031 



Size of deficit 



Returns without net income 



Total 

number of 

returns 



Dividends received from— 



Domestic corporations 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollarw) 



Foreign corporations 



Number of 
returns 



(Thouaand 
dollars) 



Interest received on Government obligations 
(less amortisable bond premium) 



*'holly taxable 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Subject to surtax only Wholly tax-exempt 



Number of 
returns 



( Thouaeod 
dollars) 



Number of 
returns 



(Thouaattd 
dollars) 



Total. 



Under $1,000 

"$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

Jf5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000.. 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000. 
$10,000,000 or more 



(12) 



(13) 



(14) 



(15) 



(lb) 



(17) 



(IS) 



(19) 



(20) 



(21) 



294,033 



6,954 



38,003 



'),2,'!8 



133,531 



128,138 
35,781 
21,743 
16,096 
12,602 

32,783 
14,654 
8,420 
4,919 
10,367 

5,030 

2,405 

683 

255 

140 



2,202 
519 
454 
298 
368 

957 
442 
330 

174 
426 

353 
230 
103 
51 
40 



6,211 
605 
412 
194 
411 

1,220 

897 

1,663 

764 
4,730 

4,210 
7,235 
2,124 
2,063 
2,327 

209 
2,723 



(') 



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(') 



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32 

95 

5 

177 
762 
585 
178 
301 



4,450 
550 
413 
424 
319 

805 
508 
411 
166 
457 

377 

218 

76 



79,515 

3,792 

470 

1,214 

319 

5,801 
2,757 
1,931 
548 
2,073 

5,277 
4,474 
5,013 
6,347 
13,667 

199 
134 



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241 
50 



(') 
(') 



668 
22 



113 

202 

9 

131 

46 

106 

3 



330 

49 

42 

37 

7 

104 
36 
19 
27 
50 



(22) 



8,084 



2,008 

600 

466 

624 

9 

564 

233 
59 

70 
268 

670 
676 
190 
740 



^Sampling variability of this item was too large to warrant showing it separately. However, this value was included in each total. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



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ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 



Table 10.— TYPE OF DIVIDENDS PAID, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT 



Size of net income 



Returns with net income 



Total 

number of 

returns 



Dividends paid 



Only cash and assets other 
than own stock 



Number o;" 
returns 



(Thousand doltara) 



Only corporation's own 
stock 



^fumbe^ of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thauaand dollata) 



Both cash and assets other than own stock, 
and corporation's own stock 



Flumber of 
returns 



Amount of 

cash and 

assets other 

than own stock 

{Thoaaand dollara) 



Amount of 

rorporation's 

own 3tock 

(Thoaasnd dollara) 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



M 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$:?,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

:f5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 or more 



513,270 



240,480 



1,724,911 



110,207 
50,820 
35,150 
25,935 
20.804 

69,3(>i 
42,073 
29,632 
29,509 

45,788 

23,018 
16,729 

6,405 
3,633 
3,199 

491 
34o 
124 



4,376 

4,0o9 

3,633 

3,332 

3,015 

12,669 

10,190 

7,927 

7,630 

15,931 

10,346 
3,930 

3,797 
2,413 
2,331 

334 

2T7 

»3 



13,497 
15,684 
10,737 
13,231 
15,683 

67,469 
63,071 
59,246 
76,622 
215,461 

239,240 
412,510 
358,462 
470,394 
1,577,245 

942,399 
1,600,485 
1,278,008 
1,497,039 
3,354,080 



185 

117 

53 

57 

64 

321 
299 
272 
348 
572 

353 
250 
125 
46 



2,357 
3,405 
2,289 
1,049 
1,405 

6,006 
9,049 
10,922 
12,327 
30,498 

31,377 
40,273 
43,162 
24,815 

18,219 

2,827 



28 
38 

187 

243 
20O 
266 
538 

435 
436 
246 
174 
269 

53 
41 

16 



117 

1,437 

2 

85 

77 

698 
1,337 
1,229 
1,879 
7,285 

8,281 
16,347 
15,582 
31,602 
213,156 

98,756 
180,178 
163,215 
125,575 
253,159 



60 
146 
100 
961 
367 

3,180 
6,060 
6,476 
9,987 
28,127 

68,551 
78,666 

33, ice 

84,333 
391,518 

148,305 
253,733 
167,417 
109,308 
283,987 



Size of deficit 



Retiims without net income 



Total 

number of 

returns 



Dividends paid 



Only cash and assets other 

than own stock 



Number of 
returns 



(Thoam^nd dollata) 



Only corporation's own 
stock 



Number of 
returns 



(ThouaBnd dol lara) 



Both cash and assets other than own stock, 
and corporation's own stock 



Number of 
returns 



Amount of 

cash and 

assets other 

than own stock 

(Thouaend dollara) 



Amount of 

corporation's 

own stock 

(Thauaand dollara) 



(9) 



(10) 



(U) 



(12) 



(13) 



(14) 



(15) 



(16) 



Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000...: 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000.. 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000. 
$10,000,000 or more 



294,033 



3,580 



187,329 



123, 138 
35,781 
21,743 
16,096 
12,602 

32,783 
14,654 
8,420 
4,919 
10, 367 

5,030 

2,405 

683 

255 

140 



2,320 

1,002 

723 

467 

401 

1,068 
625 
420 
292 
475 

334 
265 
102 
43 
35 



24,672 
6,369 
3,984 
3,795 
4,887 

10,423 
5,120 

11,694 
3,305 

13,278 

24,605 
20,985 
9,940 
9,582 
23,296 

4,872 
6,522 



(') 



(') 



1,810 


46 


950 


(') 


399 




168 


7 


372 


11 


858 


2 


1,070 


3 


445 


2 


1,364 


11 


627 


4 


6,435 


5 


513 


2 



(M 
(') 



(M 
(') 



17 

249 

38 

90 
267 

1,369 
193 

1,952 



665 
2 
403 
664 
639 

323 

3,026 

771 

381 

2,670 



Sampling variability of this item was to large to warrant showing it separately. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample ar.3 



However, this value 
LiiillatioDS of Data," 



ras included in each total. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



93 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 11.— NET INCOME OR DEFICIT AND TAX, BY CALENDAR AND BONCALENDAR YEAR ACCOUNTING PERIOD, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME OR DEFICIT 



Accounting period and size of net iDcome or deficit 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



( Thotiaand 
rioliara) 



Number of 
returns 



(Thouasnd 
doltara) 



Returns without net 
income 



Number of 
returns 



( Thotiaand 
dotUraj 



(3) 



(■4) 



(5) 



Grand total 

Annual noncalendar year accounting periods: 

Total 

ISider $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50, 000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 

$100,000,000 or more 

Calendar and part year accounting periods: 

Total 

Under $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 : 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 

$10,000,000 under $25,000,000 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 '. 

$100,000,000 or more 

^Included in the grand total, but not in the detail, is $76,000 of tax reported on returns without net inci 
NOTE; See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



513,270 



50,328,887 



451,406 



'21,740,890 



294,033 



216,647 



10,282,483 



188, 103 



4,425,858 



120,255 



44,246 
21,013 
15,132 
10,697 
9,569 

30,476 
18,597 
13,283 
14,004 
19,529 

9,184 
6,331 
2,280 
1,1B6 
919 

116 
61 
12 
10 
2 



296,623 



17,865 
30,611 
37,342 
37,131 
42,977 

219,520 
228,580 
231,289 
316,254 
662,732 

640,506 
976,449 
792,420 
823,088 
1,960,089 

774,852 
921,613 
394,019 
736,609 
438,537 



40,046,404 



34,297 
16,622 

12,083 
8,835 
8,108 

26,972 
17,098 
12,623 
13,462 
18,659 

3,793 
6,099 
2,225 

1,151 
887 

109 
58 
10 
10 



263,303 



3,519 
6,763 
8,579 
8,614 
9,936 

55,471 
60,334 
63,725 
88,330 
211,851 

251,398 
424,552 
3&4,035 
377,716 
925,998 

368,171 
429,018 
162,374 
382,553 
222,921 



46,821 
M,647 
8,929 
6,913 
5,323 

14,891 
6,998 
4,007 
2,456 
5,215 

2,471 

1,201 

250 

80 

49 



173,778 



65,961 
29,807 
20,018 
15,238 
11,235 

38,828 
23,476 
16,349 
15,505 
26,259 

13,834 
10,398 
4,L25 
2,447 
2,280 

375 

285 

112 

58 

33 



25,942 
43,335 
49,499 
52,851 
50,185 

280,495 
289,829 
283,871 
349,538 
905,193 

969,288 
1,631,499 
1,447,260 
1,705,433 
4,812,661 

2,630,276 
4,450,339 
3,859,618 
3,969,931 
12,239,361 



52,882 
24,672 
17,050 
13,128 
9,856 

34,903 
21,844 
15,511 
15,021 
25,375 

13,403 
10,151 
4,024 
2,404 
2,234 

366 

279 
110 
57 
33 



5,477 
10,329 
12,232 
12,935 
12,173 

72,594 
77,007 
78,450 
98,625 
293,886 

383,061 
703,817 
645,015 
765,982 
2,144,476 

1,165,096 
1,983,745 
1,792,910 
1,717,631 
5,339,515 



81,317 
21,134 
12,814 
9,183 
7,279 

17,892 
7,656 
4,413 
2,463 
5,152 

2,559 

1,204 

433 

175 

91 



13,898 
21,470 
22,103 
23,961 
23,746 

105,632 
85,487 
69,634 
54,463 

179,586 

168,466 
178,005 
66,133 
54,976 
86,358 

21,212 



22,843 
30,619 
31,536 
31,843 
32,596 

126,646 
92,861 
76,244 
55,077 

177,673 

178,846 
153,767 
150,194 
L21,686 
166,817 

35,135 



126,692 



See "Explanation of Terms," Income tax , p. 1^ 



ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 12.- 



-NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, AND TAX, BY MONTH IN WHICH ACCOUNTING PERIOD ENDED 



Accounting period ended 



Total 

number of 

returns 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



( Thousand 
dollara) 



Income tax 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 

( Thousand 
dollars) 



Returns without net 
income 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dot tars) 



Annual returns: 

July 1955 

August 1955 

September 1955 

October 1955 

November 1955 

January 1956 

February 1956 

March 1956 

April 1956 

May 1956 

June 1956. , 

Total, noncalendar year periods 

December 1955 

Part year returns 

Total 



22,451 
24,828 
37,711 
26,632 
18,569 

24,775 
24,748 
41,365 
29,714 
27, 520 
58,589 



336,902 

420,076 

50,325 



807,303 



C2) 



(3) 



14,026 
15,587 
23,369 
17,125 
12,604 

16,461 
15,736 
26,187 
19,100 
17,436 
39,016 



622,820 

631,821 

1,176,050 

1,157,059 

925,870 

1,249,845 
578,865 
933,051 
654,615 
651,739 

1,650,748 



12,011 
13,579 
20,193 
14,988 
10,941 

14,327 
13,459 
22,673 
16,363 
15,136 
34,433 



273,127 
273,951 
494,204 
490,507 
402,355 

581,285 
242,720 
416,696 
260,495 
279,112 
711,406 



8,425 
9,241 
14,342 
9,507 
5,965 

8,314 
9,012 
15,178 
10,614 
10,084 
19,573 



216,647 

275,337 

21,236 



10,282,483 

39,320,163 

726,241 



188,103 
243,195 
20,108 



4,425,858 

17,005,222 

309,310 



120,255 
144,739 



513,270 



50,323,387 



451,406 



21,740,390 



(7) 



84,949 
85,071 
166,064 
105,164 
77,600 

80,091 
72,290 
144,712 
91,381 
109,208 
193,011 



1,434,896 



2,350,616 



See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



94 



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ALL ACTIVE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 13.— NET INCOME OR DEFICIT, AND TAX, BY DISTRICT IN WHICH RETURNS WERE FILED 



Internal revenue region and district 



Returns with and without 
net income 


Returns with net income 


Number of 


Net income or 
deficit 


Number of 


Net income 


Income tax 


returns 


(ThouaBnd 


returns 


(Thousand 


(Thousand 




dolUn) 




dotUrai 


dotlara) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


807,303 


47,478,271 


513,270 


50,328,387 


21,740,890 


73,015 


2,096,660 


47,868 


2,295,073 


962,182 


9,779 


361,001 


6,616 


391,260 


170,454 


6,236 


267,695 


4,324 


286,440 


115,357 


6,358 


148,516 


4,167 


162,261 


69,066 


13,867 


585,845 


9,500 


625,183 


274,222 


3,896 


63,960 


2,621 


75,333 


30,420 


24,314 


385,480 


14,309 


450,124 


130,093 


8,565 


284,163 


5,831 


304,472 


122,570 


68,526 


2,604,074 


42,388 


2,857,754 


953,793 


4,461 


92,310 


2,716 


104,448 


44,095 


39,013 


1,435,620 


24,309 


1,556,495 


480,931 


1,692 


41,934 


1,026 


47,242 


12,531 


14,554 


337,300 


9,118 


907,342 


318,584 


2,375 


71,100 


1,240 


80,220 


31,708 


6,431 


125,760 


3,979 


162,007 


65,949 


91,849 


10,198,060 


61,764 


10,544,960 


5,044,942 


39,721 


3,381,647 


26,639 


3,526,212 


1,646,170 


25,198 


5,579,857 


17,538 


5,718,835 


2,838,215 


19,456 


861,206 


12,510 


907,647 


381,100 


7,474 


375,350 


5,027 


392,266 


179,457 


80,137 


4,884,607 


55,784 


5,156,134 


2,353,287 


8,232 


851,053 


5,860 


375,973 


399,279 


19,103 


1,726,205 


12,859 


1,835,551 


876,959 


5,677 


206,287 


3,918 


223,039 


93,943 


16,991 


679,584 


12,097 


730,513 


311,163 


6,293 


312,488 


4,372 


330,072 


149,834 


6,442 


169,155 


4,449 


181,274 


74,884 


11,896 


462,229 


8,141 


490,055 


213,970 


5,503 


477,606 


4,068 


439,602 


233,255 


50,498 


1,947,066 


32,792 


2,184,654 


912,527 


1,782 


15,786 


1,090 


32,334 


13,221 


16,299 


756,789 


10,125 


338,027 


333,172 


13,511 


491,878 


8,892 


564,150 


237,250 


3,531 


68,662 


2,406 


77,175 


30,347 


8,469 


254,508 


5,799 


285,354 


121,252 


6,906 


359,443 


4,480 


337,614 


176,785 


184,045 


12,966,465 


109,573 


13,539,673 


5,827,167 


8,032 


464,931 


4,654 


480,981 


232,563 


50,892 


401,327 


28,356 


507,623 


211,036 


11,981 


603,235 


7,877 


638,797 


301,339 


39,213 


7,218,458 


23,596 


7,409,666 


3,010,614 


6,557 


249,360 


4,280 


263,273 


124,293 


67,370 


4,029,154 


40,810 


4,234,333 


1,946,822 


67,738 


2,866,814 


45,307 


3,075,049 


1,302,808 


1,995 


21,405 


1,203 


24,401 


8,911 


1,494 


4,137 


820 


16,702 


6,288 


7,599 


267,189 


4,461 


302,764 


131,506 


8,542 


326,405 


6,058 


345,033 


137,064 


1,985 


23,247 


1,307 


25,756 


6,574 


7,690 


376,146 


5,176 


399,818 


162,868 


5,299 


166,310 


3,661 


179,555 


70,638 


12,771 


700,576 


8,757 


735,317 


338,302 


13,579 


729,787 


9,264 


773,571 


316,930 


6,784 


251,612 


4,600 


271,627 


123,677 


104,072 


6,409,803 


63,825 


6,781,192 


2,759,576 


17,996 


601,172 


11,390 


666,721 


273,910 


8,649 


173,636 


4,959 


193,774 


85,943 


39,062 


1,251,414 


23,486 


1,347,566 


389,378 


19,970 


1,295,133 


12,627 


1,397,137 


584,401 


10,514 


1,399,508 


6,275 


1,447,463 


698,869 


4,112 


418,003 


2,417 


442,787 


225,114 


3,769 


1,270,937 


2,671 


1,235,744 


501,961 


37,423 


3,504,722 


53,969 


3,894,393 


1,624,603 


2,106 


52,125 


1,377 


56,812 


21,356 


2,775 


50,106 


1,824 


56,106 


22,749 


1,627 


70,496 


933 


77,875 


32,862 


38,989 


1,269,089 


23,636 


1,443,330 


619,364 


3,240 


43,747 


1,895 


65,263 


27,281 


6,664 


213,088 


4,020 


236,949 


94,968 


1,094 


17,707 


586 


26,588 


11,101 


3,515 


72,982 


2,123 


92,119 


38,660 


15,698 


1,295,878 


10,367 


1,330,340 


572,425 


11,715 


419,504 


7,208 


459,011 


183,337 



AJll regions and districts 

Atlanta Region 

Atlanta „ 

Bimdnghain 

Columbia 

Greensboro 

Jackson 

Jacksonville ^. 

Nashville 

Boston Region 

Augusta 

Boston 

Burlington 

Hartford 

Portsmouth 

Providence 

Chicago Region 

Chicago 

Detroit 

Milwaukee 

Springfield 

Cincinnati Region 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Indianapolis ^ 

Louisville 

Parkersburg 

Richmond , 

Toledo 

Dallas Region 

Albuquerque 

Austin 

Dallas 

Little Rock 

New Orleans 

Oklahana City 

New York City Region 

Albany 

Brooklyn 

B\if f alo 

Lower Uanhattan 

Syracuse 

Upper Manhattan 

Onaha Reg ion 

Aberdeen 

Cheyenne 

Denver 

Des Moines 

Fargo 

Kansas City 

Omaha , 

St . Louis 

St . Paul 

Wichita 

Philadelphia Region 

Baltimore^ 

Camden 

Newark 

Philadelphia ' 

Pittsburgh 

Scranton 

Wilmington 

San Francisco Region 

Boise 

Helena 

Honolulu 

Los Angeles 

Phoenix _ 

Portland 

Reno 

Salt Lake City 

San Francisco 

Seattle^ \ 

'includes the District of Columbia. 

^Includes Alaska. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data 



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67,292 
31,978 

6,711 
37,917 

2,164 


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30,884 
1,211 
2,364 
72,229 
77,266 


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5,985 

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RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 



Table 15.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP 



Returns 
wl tbout 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with baleince sheets by major Industrial group 



All 

industrial 

groups 



Agriculture, forestry, and fishery 



Total 

agriculture] 

forestry, 

fishery 



Farms and 
agricul- 
tural 
services 



Fishery 



Min<r>g and quarrying 



Total 
mining and 
quarrying 



Uetal 

mining 



Anthra- 
cite 
mining 



) 1 tufflinous 
coal and 
lignite 
mining 



(1) 



(2) 



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(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



111) 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets; 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories : 

Last- in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Govemment obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Oepletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

l£Ss: Accumulated amortization.. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stoclc, preferred 

Capital stock, common^. 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less am 
tizable premium) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets. . 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts,. 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
Amounts contributed under other employee 

benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit (<i7 less 65) 

Net income ( 66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 
Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



23,678 



4,968 



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■472,446,756 
86,549,420 



2,153,729 

77,512 

462,961 

8,721,185 

4,223,224 

638,296 
38,602 

2,087,257 

880,547 
2,533,766 

769,527 
3,392,605 



355,657,242 
50,494,097 
8,843,876 
4,744,704 
5,227,167 
1,142,986 
5,322,854 
12,980,981 

410,195 
2,401,022 
11,854,586 
2,629,134 
5,929,347 
3,194,624 
1,071,319 

364,436 
61,914,969 



534,183,539 



50,791,848 
50,328,887 
836,133 
21,740,890 
29,050,958 

13,400,660 
1,965,391 



4,790,572 
815,782 



21,810 
1,817 
14,062 
83,647 
83,388 

8,772 
1,115 

59,460 

29,460 
24,804 
3,786 
39,895 



5,978,370 



3,619,303 

492,887 

105,589 

52,040 

53,722 

16,819 

50,905 

125,478 

3,453 

15,355 

123,767 

21,001 

70,025 

19,806 

7,197 

1,489 
677,708 



521,826 
507,764 
21,272 
204,651 
317,175 



99,615 
14,768 



82,292,840 

180^043,026 

2,589,627 

4,550,503 
28,663,154 
31,490,479 

2,551,572 

19,239,053 

98,271,919 
8,067,932 

145,735,048 
260,021,313 
93,351,055 

8,775,337 
3,934,739 
9,321,337 
2,543,563 
633,403 
16,038,736 



797,037,038 



39,084,008 

24,300,814 
81,771,848 
21,532,913 

345,184,736 
14,407,570 
86,023,006 
12,020,248 
29,637,339 

143, IX, 556 



797,097,038 



467,656,184 
85,733,638 



2,131,919 

75,695 

448,899 

8,637,538 

4,139,836 

629,524 
37,487 

2,027,797 

351,087 
2,508,962 

765,741 
3,352,710 



578,997,017 



352,037,939 
50,001,210 
8,738,287 
4,692,664 
5,173,445 
1,126,167 
5,271,949 
12,855,503 

406,742 
2,385,667 
11,730,819 
2,608,133 
5,859,322 
3,174,818 
1,064,122 

362,947 
61,237,261 



8,726,995 



50,270,022 
49,821,123 
814,861 
21,536,239 
28,733,783 

13,301,045 
1,950,623 



171,849 

211,499 

2,523 

1,098 
67,961 
106,515 
49,168 

8,498 

78,443 
7,520 

189,508 

1,196,842 

552,856 

33,791 

11,736 

255,711 

5,093 

323 

53,373 



143,061 

136,316 

172,812 
40,040 
73,021 
31,255 

613,399 
56, 165 
99,279 

504,083 



1,869,431 



1,657,868 
323,120 



1,518 

41 

266 

3,415 

13,171 

6,722 
90 

33,894 

3,457 

5,048 

593 

19,083 



2,068,291 



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132,406 

136,711 

30,244 

21,169 

2,103 

12,437 

37, 101 

1,066 

631 

75,649 

2,655 
12,107 

4,227 

2,628 

690 
221,400 



180,893. 
180,627 
9,903 
66,674 
114,219 



44,953 
4,306 



163,122 

200,905 

2,489 

1,075 
66,709 
99,846 
48,733 

7,978 

75,240 
6,971 

181,699 

1,149,457 

528,705 

8,624 
1,990 
250,427 
2,996 
323 
51,482 



1,781,757 



137,331 

132,359 

161,372 
36,007 
69,762 
30,777 

577, o26 
54,762 
89,117 

492,644 



1,608,354 
303,696 



1,462 

41 

266 

3,224 

12,748 

6,718 
87 

28,055 

3,022 

4,911 

593 

18,800 



1,991,982 



1,159,150 

121,972 

134,166 

29,793 

20,069 

2,087 

11,915 

35,782 

1,046 

631 

72,633 

1,715 
11,965 

4,185 

2,033 

671 
213,155 



169,014 
168,748 
9,282 
62,505 
106, 509 

43,410 
4,306 



6,596 
6,407 



81 

6,432 

137 



1,443 
346 

1.753 
27,038 
15,291 

25,167 
9,746 
4,520 



1,580 



56,905 



3,657 

401 
8,504 
3,489 
1,639 
83 
26,689 
1,264 
9,435 
1,744 



56,905 



33,714 
4,330 



158 
397 



5,224 
435 



24,165 

2,132 

912 

19 

98 

8 

216 

708 

10 

1,356 

940 

34 

42 

585 



34,208 



10,159 
10,159 
335 
3,746 
6,413 



footnoteeat end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of 



2,131 
4,187 



23 

1,171 
237 
298 

67 

1,760 
203 

6,056 
20,347 
8,860 



764 
2,083 



2,073 

3,556 
2,936 

544 
1,620 

395 
9,084 

139 

727 
9,695 



30,769 



15,800 
15,094 



3 
615 

134 

206 



10,859 

8,302 

1,633 

432 

1,002 

8 

306 

611 

10 

1,660 

108 

10 

19 
5,262 



30,222 



1,720 

1,720 

286 

423 

1,297 



865,184 

1,359,927 

10,083 

7,890 
195,511 
301,007 
127,240 

51,896 

801,450 
73,042 

1,101,738 
6,231,501 
3,122,103 

2,161,109 

1,203,795 
105,471 
66,071 
23,734 
101,980 



9,191,302 



544,969 

226,492 
702,702 
581,503 
256,342 
183,354 

1,661,682 
251,204 
960,144 

3,822,910 



9,191,302 



6,098,640 
1,484,210 



13,240 

55 

784 

11,049 

16,128 

30,267 
1,800 

73,170 

1,955 
82,116 

1,627 
37,147 



7,852,188 



3,279,627 
862,255 
85,349 
29,701 
107,062 
7,114 
33,218 
204,986 

6,370 
36,705 
380,873 
657,215 
12,252 
104,631 
14,489 

5,065 
701,420 



6,528,332 



1,323,856 

1,323,072 

24,638 

602,561 

721,295 



761,767 
54,501 



181,998 

277,325 

1,581 

2,044 
30,674 
79,907 
59,223 

13,153 

493,279 

18,546 

362,290 
888,750 
504,039 

622,441 

386,021 

15,488 

7,125 

5,350 

22,754 



112,221 

11,157 
57, 160 

227,104 
67,033 
51,472 

395,067 
42,675 

256,856 

957,261 



2,178,006 



1,545,447 
37,384 



131 
4,U0 
1,754 

3,512 
41 

11,256 

15 
42,186 

89 
3,746 



1,656,738 



752,137 

17,094 

5,890 

1,337 

12,359 

253 

2,820 

69,878 

1,317 
19,610 
39,570 
159,625 
886 
11,708 
1,031 

655 
98,503 



462,065 
461,934 
3,275 
207,255 
254,810 



227,205 
1,485 



12,640 

12,980 

938 



5,699 
203 
280 



21,078 
294 

72,614 
38,750 
28,037 

2,649 

1,490 

6,248 

4 

1 
895 



21,992 

1,866 
1,703 
3,695 
1,780 
60 

33,371 
6,009 
3,432 

70, 628 



144,536 



53,778 
25,873 



19 
116 
119 



1 
12,510 



94,648 



45,218 

16,320 

1,142 

681 

2,340 

16 

266 

1,362 

112 

1 

2,901 

700 

64 

1,146 

184 



77,844 



16,804 
16,785 
347 
2,708 
14,096 



151,502 

285,013 

1,481 

4,560 
32,183 
44,666 
24,058 

21,546 

71,062 
24,220 

279,519 

1,302,535 

637,748 

338,621 

134,545 

11,934 

949 

60 

18,961 



128,601 

65,497 
206,603 
56,287 
47,048 
58,293 
316,426 
48,041 
238,673 
672,026 



1,421,515 
165,113 



1,742 

16 

364 

2,194 

5,914 

1,913 
317 

24,357 

213 
7,353 

234 
8,524 



1,639,769 



1,051,875 
100,955 
15,363 
6,474 
32,723 
1,598 
8,458 
35,801 

786 
2,440 
70,243 
53,728 
2,030 
63,829 
8,718 

555 
102,710 



81,483 
81,119 
6,968 
28,622 
52,861 

38,992 
2,168 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



103 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Number of returns with net income 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories : 

Last- in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and s\^plies 

Investments, Govemiuent obligations; 

States, Territories, and Itaited States pos- 
sessions. 

Iftiited States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets. 

Less : Accuniulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less : Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Ac crued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplxis 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable premium) ; 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations •- 

Compensat ion of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Ccanpiled net profit {.m less 65) 

Net income (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Mining and quarrying — 
Continued 



Crude petro- 
leum and 
natural gas 

production 



(12} 



2,258 



Nonmetallic 
mining and 
quarrying 



(13) 



Construction 



Manu fa c tur i ng 



Total 
manufacturing 



(15) 



Beverages 



(16) 



Food and 
kindred 
products 



Tobacco 
nanufactures 



(17) 



Textile-mill 
products 



(18) 



Apparel and 

products 

made from 

fabrics 



(20} 



Lumber 

and wood 

products, 

except 

furniture 



!21) 



^litaaiand dollari) 



351,207 

601,985 

2,457 

221 
80,055 
Ul,530 
26,498 

11,994 

149,356 
21,754 

277,356 
3,053,098 
1,498,775 

1,067,926 
637,910 
43,035 

56,203 
18,062 
37,216 



3,752,230 



208,566 

103,733 
327,654 
241,552 
100, 360 

53,443 
651,621 

75,832 

404,237 

1,585,232 



3,752,230 



1,931,896 
1,145,116 



2,894 
2 

188 
3,527 
5,876 

21,188 
1,424 

31,073 

1,525 
18,786 

1,299 
17,176 



787,864 
662,099 
31,585 
14,758 
22,271 
3,140 
U,848 
67,311 

2,954 
12,290 
196,652 
366,410 
5,221 
21,965 
2,651 

3,555 

360,136 



167,837 

182,624 

3,626 

1,065 
46,900 
44,701 
17,181 

4,535 

66,675 
8,228 

109,959 
948,368 
453,504 

129,472 
43,829 
23,766 
1,790 
261 
22,154 



73,589 

44,239 

109, 582 

52,865 

40,121 

20,086 

265,197 

78,647 

56,946 

537,763 



1,146,004 
110,724 



1,L45 

10 

82 

1,072 

2,465 

3,401 
16 



201 
1,2«1 



2,575,710 



606,260 
606,072 
10,959 
290,103 
316,157 

430,785 
40,863 



642,533 
65,787 
31,369 
6,451 
37,369 
2,107 
6,826 
30,634 

1,201 
2,364 
71,507 
76,752 
4,051 
5,983 
1,905 

292 

134,688 



917,857 
3,583,703 

18,774 

15,568 
345,157 
172,337 

48,405 

16,306 

103,605 
18,200 

773,623 
2,225,943 
1,118,875 

32,417 
11,591 

112,740 

23,083 

1,814 

209,985 



7,447,875 



1,467,537 

584,603 
502,215 
329,994 

1,223,584 

102,941 

938,550 

68,167 

169,803 

2,060,478 



7,447,875 



2,133,142 
13,872,345 



2,063 

49 

445 

8,632 

35,589 

5,055 
1,268 

42,307 

3,042 

18,031 

2,298 

131,431 



1,704,666 

11,743,471 

484,282 

54,183 

69,185 

13,282 

40,303 

171,093 

8,316 

1,999 

283,253 

5,159 

31,763 

29,900 

22,362 

2,225 
944,196 



157, 24A 
157,162 
3,089 
73,873 
83,371 

54,647 
9,985 



15,609,643 



15,228,504 

30,880,100 
679,257 

3,933,936 
17,027,112 
20,583,250 

1,390,361 

482,746 

11,644,738 
2,902,397 

18,153,045 

109,878,556 

50,520,570 

5,475,516 
2,291,826 
2,367,742 
1,582,752 
570,854 
2,757,947 



17,455,222 

5,440,650 
20,321,446 
12,024,470 

9,209,257 

6,251,026 
33,771,858 

5,893,532 
11,955,066 
57,903,668 



190,226,195 



275,225,829 
4,744,071 



232,529 

2,154 

13,911 

233,326 

402,337 

282,993 
5,359 

690,930 

9,214 

835,203 

587,801 

1,138,852 



199,317,198 
2,351,150 
3,049,639 
1,269,334 
4,151,682 
198,651 
1,018,641 
5,898,538 

238,142 
1,483,469 
5,483,542 
1,775,976 
3,467,103 
2,011,104 

753,005 

49,895 

25,198,905 



360,474 

509,485 

8,237 

285,506 

347,028 

312,308 

35,413 

10,926 

105,450 
9,941 

235,382 

1,952,650 

745,785 

5,301 

185 

68,671 

42,347 

1,976 
95,584 



3,670,383 



260,382 

116,222 
471,311 
185,326 
230,840 
186,160 
424,406 
62,790 
215,162 
.,517,284 



3,570,383 



5,943,639 
18,194 



1,810 

35 

254 

3,653 

3,583 

3,381 
107 

7,979 



273 

5,830 

217 

27,862 



6,016,817 



258,725,979 



545,064 
545,519 
36,019 
251,205 
394,859 

80^279 
29,109 



25,734,080 
25,720,169 
311,700 
12,891,459 
13,842,611 

6,719,217 
1,171,781 



3,431,871 

5,121 

48,132 

16,405 

43,027 

2,912 

24,720 

964,692 

4,376 

1,073 

116,731 

894 

270,334 

21,332 

9,600 

1,347 
524,875 



1,199,567 

2,025,163 

40,806 

375,740 
1,212,534 
1,569,035 

152,716 

30, 582 

4^7, 169 
123,452 

1,066,859 
7,309,153 
3,239,322 

24,291 

11,64A 

267,891 

81,428 

804 
184,310 



12,877,834 



1,103,339 

716,591 

1,422,372 

728, 122 

373,428 

590,639 

2,525,130 

446,601 

454,973 

4,505,589 



12,877,834 



34,688,502 
128,585 



8,444 

29 

704 

17,801 

22,850 

8,632 
385 

24,385 

1,205 
16,915 
33,309 
87,023 



35,038,769 



429,275 
429,021 
3,889 
203,553 
220,722 

113,332 
4,713 



27,864,275 
49,074 
235,564 
111,632 
283,733 
20,451 
94,958 
355,289 

16,885 

4,927 

437,031 

1,797 

706,078 

110,514 

54,836 

7,490 
3,118,635 



33,484,170 



118,853 

557,143 

3,143 

179,470 

649,377 

1,053,169 

17,532 

3,300 

11,449 
1,387 

73,248 
373,147 
173,607 

33 

10,785 

2,301 

320 

14,794 



2,888,928 



78,307 

325,556 
625,738 
221,005 

12,017 
218,010 
539,769 

55,010 
127,414 
684,102 



2,888,928 



3,806,234 
8,067 



64 

306 
1,031 



2,118 



1,206 

90 

2,310 



2,075,547 

3,363 

9,378 

2,335 

6,825 

833 

29,287 

989,643 

1,224 

39 

19,438 

151,341 
9,303 
2,874 

179 
123,430 



633,368 

1,416,490 

18,841 

231,213 

819,430 

1,043,707 

47,731 

30,730 

272,985 
21,313 

680,573 
4,747,096 
2,106,746 

3,830 

1,331 

57,580 

11,597 

951 

93,832 



500,070 

383,732 
743,115 
339,447 
208,190 
347,804 

1,381,118 
165,405 
417,018 

3,397,266 



7,934,166 



11,463,053 
174,115 



5,088 

92 

518 

9,379 

15,323 

5,505 
317 

18,943 

1,237 
10,723 

4,137 
45,321 



1,554,599 

1,553,895 

34,934 

756,319 

798,280 

376,426 
47,404 



381,740 
331,675 
110 
195,810 
184,930 

103,965 
539 



,243,606 
108,338 
144,534 
42,012 
112,687 
7,779 
47,089 
174,552 

11,012 

5,039 

228,953 

903 

77,913 

33,275 

17,550 

4,273 

793,302 



355,524 

929,208 

13,382 

18,128 
600,010 
601,775 

18,361 

2,838 

31,324 
8,109 

199,509 
644,108 
300,995 

4,969 
2,618 

17,577 

8,851 

164 

57,053 



3,185,690 



617,368 

291,675 
171,594 
179,740 
120,836 
139,112 
586,351 
37,330 
31,577 
950,106 



3,135,690 



8,045,221 
367,094 



689 

9 

39 

2,541 

4,528 

7,042 
289 

2,830 

83 

2,171 

533 

26,041 



1,459,215 



696,420 
695,902 
36,490 
323,601 
372,819 

153,370 
43,817 



6,435,528 

280,423 

215,235 

58,759 

15,167 

8,284 

24,328 

101,970 

6,197 
251 
51,152 
28 
81,453 
25,592 
16,394 

1,214 
856,751 



346,145 

586,591 

10,014 

50,234 
325,617 
452,343 

41,743 

7,038 

112,847 
130,765 

245,559 

1,837,237 

868,183 

449,381 

40,981 

74,313 

5,451 

231 

86,150 



272,274 

231,757 
259,119 
191,276 
136,074 

73,260 
322,259 

79,973 

189,932 

1,575,537 



3,832,511 



,593,231 
86,896 



2,974 

53 

165 

5,385 

9,765 

2,818 
642 

220,969 

1,748 
5,050 



,189,731 



269,484 
269,445 
16,233 
113,939 
155,495 

30,541 
13,472 



4,253,041 
58,110 
100,530 
21,152 
48,905 
6,650 
20,602 
98,743 

4,317 
7,463 
134,267 
20S 393 
23,074 
13,343 
4,914 

652 

455,443 



5,457,655 



523,356 
523,191 
13,076 
194,521 
328,735 

92,364 
11,115 



See footnotesat end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



104 

RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



Table 15. -BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP-ConClnued 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last- in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and Ifeited States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated ajDortization and depre- 
ciation, 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less : Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable, 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comroon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 

Total liabilities 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable premium) ; 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.., 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts. . 
Deductions; 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid , 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans.. . 
Amounts contributed under other employee 

benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit (47 less 65) 

Net income (66 less 37) [[[[ [[' 

Net operating loss deduction !"!!... 

Income tax ' ] 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 
Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group— C ont inued 



Furniture 

and 
fixtures 



(i2) 



3,293 



Paper and 

allied 
products 



(23) 



Printing, 
publishing, 
and allied 
industries 



(24) 



Manufacturing — Continued 



Chemicals 

and allied 

products 



Petroleum 
and coal 
products 



Rubber 
products 



(27) 



Leather 

ajid 
products 



m) 



1,857 



179,435 

454,241 

10,761 

23,458 
313,098 
203,003 

13,160 

3,488 

58,642 
16,857 

91,295 
689,459 
297,470 

11,841 
3,259 

23,827 

3,286 

177 

24,645 



208,635 

95,280 
104,915 
126,704 
85,217 
47,867 
340,090 
28,051 
62,754 
698,555 



1,793,063 



3,713,029 
8,627 



1,365 

6 

87 

1,473 

2,681 

455 
33 

5,377 

129 

1,717 

1,206 

18,575 



671,673 

852,645 

18,751 

68,724 
539,099 
467,805 

59,493 

14,068 

484,397 
115,534 

986,659 
5,257,454 
2,154,063 

276,562 

54,244 

94,101 

7,084 

932 

167,714 



(1h€xiaand dottara) 



Stone, 
clay, 
and glass 
prcKjucts 



(29) 



Primary 

metal 

industries 



(30) 



Fabricated 
metal prod- 
ucts, except 
ordnance, 
machineiy , 
and trajis- 
portation 
equipment 



_(31i. 



461,934 

160,239 
995,779 
458,858 
230,575 
302,414 

1,351,059 
202,341 
660,740 

3,010,983 



7,834,972 



2,723,401 

3,337 

95,090 

27,039 

22,511 

6,878 

9,842 

53,230 

4,169 

702 

44,945 

953 

47, la 

13,620 

7,505 

195 
426,293 



9,145,043 
22,846 



10,788 

70 

662 

8,562 

7,767 

3,100 
128 

71,185 

602 
13,015 
12,433 
41,063 



779,830 

1,154,205 

41,367 

29,770 
370,436 
281,545 

55,649 

35,748 

295,971 
64,712 

723,155 
2,750,198 
1,163,728 

25,126 

10.970 

134,696 

239,177 

2,547 

201,308 



529,702 

189,579 
454,794 
425,287 
424,581 
298,037 
362,478 
223,001 
204,004 
2,311,951 



5,923,414 



267,929 
267,842 
8,509 
124,656 
143,273 

37,886 
12,994 



6,299,835 

3,444 

115,419 

39,436 

210,633 

5,009 

41,412 

153,347 

11,452 
56,762 
231,057 
14,664 
58,798 
63,868 
18,107 

1,081 
887,588 



8,398,495 
634,654 



7,022 

134 

647 

5,492 

20,024 

14,097 
114 

22,612 

268 

24,916 

5,398 

73,217 



1,398,101 
2, 177, ■'66 

53,500 

118,870 

1,029,727 

1,865,059 

97,116 

77,572 

633,191 
921,794 

2,354,999 
11,742,514 
5,265,507 

208,655 
86,194 

213,362 

136,857 
35,526 

249,568 



17,834,424 



1,245,992 

285,907 
2,642,143 

1,406,992 
507,214 
771,323 

2,785,830 
338,660 

1,855,103 

5,995,260 



1,631,488 

3,726,629 

179,998 

557,612 

571,698 

1,563,780 

294,144 

33,926 

1,669,985 
180,610 

4,993,539 
23,777,315 
11,549,523 

3,273,654 
1,462,192 
471,656 
812,346 
437,063 
297,902 



30,232,508 



17,834,424 



9,207,090 



8,211,912 



,130,352 
,129,690 
10,426 
546,589 
583,763 



249,784 
118,523 



5,638,573 
325,773 
286,262 
85,273 
41,044 
19,494 
29,132 
132,577 

14,210 
1,269 
156,730 
233 
50,018 
62,445 
18,126 

2,296 
1,492,862 



20,300,704 
34,344 

23,899 

350 
2,729 
18,157 
17,166 

65,485 
485 

32,782 



172,979 
42,795 
63,532 



2,981,303 

280,243 

3,408,729 

381,732 

358,652 

350,351 

3,114,469 

893,469 

2,591,449 

10,372,106 



215,792 

897,183 

16,003 

103,997 

579,750 

274,781 

11,475 

9,203 

150,353 
9,084 

217,523 

1,761,102 

919,387 

1,699 

630 

20,151 

2,436 

611 

14,834 



30,232,508 



329,777 

55,606 
672,014 
248,957 
94,263 
129,623 
350,409 
151,563 
162,552 
1,137,963 



3,332,732 



20,826,598 



850,768 
350,121 
18,633 
392,382 
458,336 

157,539 
21,220 



12,410,413 
24,646 

243,033 
73,499 

355,130 
15,283 

104,743 

259,975 

19,575 
229,741 
629,521 

61,133 
668,060 
183,894 

39,167 

5,656 
2,484,777 



17,308,351 



29,116,704 
1,101,755 



32,428 

195 

648 

39,330 

174,654 

60,258 
1,313 

83,082 

225 

408,826 
172,721 
282,670 



31,474,809 



22,124,893 
402,005 

45,272 
269,064 
411,676 

13,662 
127,793 
693,300 

16,040 
229,275 
397,297 
1,252,042 
144,984 
232,371 
77,093 

1,757 
2,479,020 



145,353 

382,635 

7,583 

21,994 

197,216 

277,436 

8,289 

3,635 

28,657 
10,624 

168,120 
403,001 
200,620 

2,246 

465 

12,926 

5,856 

185 

22,839 



186,487 

89,876 
129,327 
85,072 
49,501 
55,323 
266,579 
55,056 
56,479 
507,822 



585,129 
874,141 
22,597 

41,655 
458,036 
394,125 

58,292 

20,679 

522,584 
72,811 

415,675 
4,078,368 
1,820,362 

108,344 
36,783 
77,830 
7,876 
1,022 
55,513 



5,890,294 



5,644,140 
17,239 



2,764 

5 

69 

3,941 

4,768 

1,814 
12 



18,324 
33,607 
11,930 



5,741,157 



3,018,247 
3,015,518 
45,143 
1,444,105 
1,574,142 

960,570 
131,639 



29,422,549 



2,052,260 

2,051,612 

6,213 

827,269 

1,224,991 



1,114,689 

318,487 



See root.,ot«at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for ■■Description of tr,e San,ple and Limi 



4,143,198 
360 
32,462 
25,912 
88,099 
8,354 
24,296 
148,354 

2,596 

11,351 

102,201 

1,571 
57,974 
34,361 
12,161 

894 
589,284 



3,072,145 
3,356 



662 
10 



1,216 
1,912 



1,081 

18 

13,199 



357,717 

96,567 
467,343 
477,774 
174,335 
133,179 

1,241,213 
227,022 
411,805 

2,303,339 



5,890,294 



3,101,950 



457,729 
457,660 
2,258 
225,781 
231,948 

101,424 
9,949 



2,415,242 
4,952 
63,134 
18,444 
16,213 
2,722 
10,522 
46,166 

3,263 
250 
25,837 
73 
36,270 
10,845 
7,937 

357 
277,656 



7,508,408 
43,996 



10,182 

38 

599 

6,364 

6,748 

8,467 
30 

18,819 

113 
11,392 
40,166 
26,756 



1,528,644 

2,435,262 

63,413 

789,868 
1,151,259 
1,585,432 

179,423 

39,862 

1,231,697 
942,398 

1,411,165 
15,874,663 
8,123,615 

936,046 
547, 521 
224,152 
23,321 
4,436 
153,158 



19,817,365 



1,604,003 

218,244 

2,733,365 

1,317,502 

794,772 

974,291 

3,519,089 

736,475 

955,537 

6,964,087 



825,525 

1,589,545 

32,418 

255,339 

1,336,905 

895,470 

54,970 

30,392 

240,619 
41,516 

492,877 
3,933,393 
1,697,455 

26,586 

8,503 

129,153 

25,653 

2,982 

102,974 



,290,064 



19,817,365 



7,682,078 



4,742,397 
25,327 
111,311 
27,762 
189,271 
7,401 
23,285 
131,587 

12,741 
41,538 
210,633 
78,583 
55,284 
62,671 
18,650 



24,681,370 
369,557 



33,372 

118 

1,717 

40,978 

35,257 

9,910 
58 

22,579 

253 

61,962 

6,622 

51,995 



380 
624 
516 
388 
260 

1,455 
155 
490 

3,261, 



,929 
,598 
173 
514 
219 
796 
363 
402 
643 



14,062,023 

79,006 



4,610 

40 

2,703 

6,351 

11,053 

5,225 
318 

19,402 

851 
16,577 
25,359 
68,901 



25,315,748 



1,299 
766,944 



162,067 
161,970 
5,905 
75,749 
86,318 

31,143 
7,640 



6,506,684 



1,175,394 

1,174,795 

4,959 

568,019 

587,375 

244,768 
128,274 



17,423,852 

198,138 

152,526 

79,016 

1,154,186 

7,416 

138,669 

444,045 

29,648 
582,675 
536,013 
146,706 

74,493 
299,296 

82,431 

2,945 
1,037,213 



14,302,419 



22,369,288 



2,926,460 
2,924,743 
9,250 
1,463,166 
1,463,294 

639,707 
53,944 



10,217,030 
43,913 

311,246 
69,028 

166,977 
17,763 
42,182 

207,307 

12,704 
27,569 

241,802 
459 

155,627 
86,640 
43,962 

2,948 
1,432,663 



13,101,820 



1,200,599 

1,197,896 

20,638 

574,244 

626,355 

228,457 
48,449 



tations of Data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



105 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATQffiNTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP^-Continued 



Number of returns with net income 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last- in, first-out 

Other than last- in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and si^plies 

Investments, Govemjuent obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

l^ited States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deduct ions : 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on bxisiness property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit (<17 less 65) 

Net incane ( 66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Gash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Uanuf ac tur ing — Continued 



Public utilities 



Machinery, 
except 
transpor- 
tation 
equipment 

and 
electrical 



(32) 



Electrical 
machinery 

and 
equi potent 



(33) 



Transpor- 
tation 
equipCDent , 
except 
motor 
vehicles 



(34) 



Motor 

vehicles and 

equi{BDent , 

except 
electrical 



(35) 



Ordnance 

and 

iccessories 



(36) 



Scientific 

instruments; 

photographic 

equipment; 

watches, 

clocks 



(37) 



1,335 



Other 
manufac- 
turing 



(38) 



Total public 
utilities 



(39) 



19,762 



Transpor- 
tation 



(40) 



14,468 



(JhouKand dollataj 



1,487,968 

3,196,635 

60,174 

587,728 

2,4i5,622 

1,891,938 

T?,9iS 

21,538 

891,872 
66,328 

982,601 
7,257,297 
3,209,816 

35,866 
14,496 

183,916 
43,838 
13,873 

187,285 



1,505,393 

506,619 

1,672,469 

957,237 

777,928 

497,061 

3,089,252 

522,537 

667,774 

5,863,751 



16,060,021 



20,313,139 
584,497 



15,581 

84 

882 

21,726 

27,397 

37,159 
476 

39,328 

477 
26,765 
37,274 
78,010 



13,889,034 
79,278 

345,008 
93,635 

299,494 
18,412 
81,754 

358,087 

24,530 

76,959 

480,707 

5,792 

223,540 

194,856 

66,680 

6,821 
2,742,478 



18,987,065 



2,195,730 
2,194,848 
17,203 
1,085,108 
1,110,622 

441,685 
93,401 



681,861 

2,045,295 

26,445 

43,515 
1,340,966 
1,237,834 

42,221 

73,678 

480,206 
54,758 

997,073 
3,445,031 
1,317,726 

3,772 
1,306 
64,769 
14,830 
4,243 
200,343 



9,426,452 



1,287,180 

286,285 

1,121,875 

771,896 

400,822 

211,381 

1,402,428 

270,401 

680,865 

2,993,319 



9,426,452 



14,379,727 
50,922 



8,595 

166 

808 

15,008 

L4,909 

22,419 
172 

22,817 

457 
22,149 
22,182 
43,132 



14,603,463 



10,354,674 
22,959 

130,972 
60,107 

136,184 
10,224 
50,633 

327,782 

11,367 
53,210 
246,729 
134 
255,427 
141,152 
46,073 

2,875 
1,507,153 



574,018 

1,955,773 

5,165 

2,638 

643,359 

1,713,703 

37,561 

1,817 

109,368 
77,756 

144,379 
2,013,076 
1,009,004 

1,559 

1,509 

54,248 

11,415 

936 

51,331 



786,844 

250,380 
360,890 
414,143 

1,687,081 

62,997 

621,298 

144,748 

446,749 

1,600,257 



6,375,387 



10,457,738 
834,056 



3,587 



58 

8,520 
3,174 

13,000 
9 

14,746 

371 

5,998 

7,534 

24,685 



11,373,481 



13,357,655 



1,245,808 

1,245,000 

11,256 

617,970 

627,838 

365,640 
23,547 



1,474,340 

638,703 

50,672 

42,106 

155,134 

2,759 

24,133 

184,721 

7,440 
55,483 
96,450 
46 
27,391 
93,486 
41,942 

606 
580,940 



827,444 

1,640,291 

11,420 

37,133 

877,775 

2,143,608 

42,132 

6,087 

3,450,007 
6,603 

1,213,984 
7,234,096 
3,087,493 

5,036 

2,367 

86,208 

65,335 

319 

390,305 



14,924,445 



1,630,527 

140,186 

727,115 

1,594,060 

1,828,345 

404,732 

994,001 

936,395 

652,478 

6,016,606 



14,924,445 



25,810,578 
10,319 



52,342 
167 
100 

12,682 
5,745 

6,316 
147 

33,552 

153 

44,384 

128,330 

53,181 



26,157,996 



10,476,352 



897,129 
897,071 
4,150 
455,442 
441,687 

183,507 
22,808 



18,366,640 

1,293 

64,151 

24,334 

276,966 

2,802 

31,539 

866,015 

13,149 
77,909 
415,343 
365 
109,699 
233,708 
126,503 

1,675 
1,186,858 



26,683 

35,675 

442 



35,179 
9,725 
1,817 

1,213 

23,271 

22,208 
81,375 
43,682 



2,311 

13 

4 

2,522 



20,329 

7,503 
6,751 
8,570 
6,443 
9,359 
21,725 
18,744 
8,463 
89,477 



197,364 



310,452 
5,053 



23 
258 
181 



32 

165 

1,270 



21,798,949 



4,359,047 
4,358,947 
18,613 
2,225,786 
2,133,261 

903,435 
17,904 



218,239 
1,299 
3,B75 
1,234 
4,230 
134 
627 
6,060 

373 
834 
5,480 
428 
2,580 
3,465 
1,119 

681 
31,316 



216,805 

647,045 

11,129 

34,253 
573,050 
257,444 

17,421 

2,779 

240,681 
8,677 

179,464 

1,344,699 

620,759 

5,849 
2,214 
34,098 
17,269 
8,866 
30,984 



3,017,550 



210,553 

137,074 
299,927 
260,535 
132,251 

77,493 
473,958 

71,348 
416,469 
387,387 



3,017,550 



3,962,832 
42,549 



3,627 

11 

58 

4,560 

3,731 

5,131 
231 

5,025 

250 
3,730 
11,067 
19,669 



281,974 



36,218 
36,195 
76 
18,468 
17,750 

8,347 
1,218 



2,474,453 
35,192 
60,966 
24,772 
56,960 
3,654 
17,130 
89,162 

5,555 
14,198 
80,092 
68 
91,314 
48,048 
25,728 

1,030 
554,468 



3,582,790 



388,288 

791,054 

13,663 

27,081 
609,941 
337,675 

25,754 

21,647 

101,513 
17,363 

207,189 

1,321,614 

605,717 

9,870 
2,364 
43,411 
14,135 
2,636 
61,394 



3,349,094 



419,646 

193,592 
205,162 
223,012 
137,373 
109,386 
603,099 
69,724 
135,317 
1,247,278 



3,349,094 



5,809,422 
62,343 



2,239 

33 

230 

4,643 

8,085 



2,123 



17,275 

310 
4,411 
2,504 
26,224 



5,939,939 



4,097,106 
36,097 
184,717 
46,377 
45,579 
9,775 
19,940 
95,934 

5,313 
4,952 
95,123 
3,706 
87,780 
26,019 
13,653 

1,624 

742,451 



5,516,151 



479, 681 
479,623 
4,165 
240,834 
238,847 

114,962 
11,249 



423,783 
423,508 
14,566 
192,008 
231,780 

65,626 I 
29,475 



3,334,689 

3,554,277 

39,399 

23,135 

755,653 

1,706,157 

256,212 

37,223 

2,648,301 
965,519 

5,315,889 
101,889,250 
24,245,379 

159,385 
80,348 
507,232 
127,861 
13,170 
2,778,658 



99,680,745 



3,153,883 

1,268,326 

36,025,562 

4,270,330 

3,314,428 

4,779,401 

23,462,444 

1,123,030 

5,148,916 

17,133,875 



99,688,745 



2,533,423 
40,625,566 



44,369 

998 

1,572 

109,567 

497,418 

28,659 
1,298 

143,267 

10,301 
146,951 

13,937 
216,521 



1,953,746 

24,210,114 

329,093 

905,419 

105,891 

44,219 

1,285,462 

2,609,362 

26,720 
814,669 
2,962,264 
69,034 
158,699 
473,037 
137,165 

17,146 
2,339,583 



33,442,123 



5,936,774 
5,935,202 
76,335 
2,895,354 
3.041,420 



2,346,663 
86,357 



1,898,600 

1,874,916 

6,638 

1,212 
70,964 
710,091 
115,347 

27,188 

914,071 
779,417 

3,684,614 
35,927,403 
10,203,340 

114,700 
63,460 
237^245 
74,027 
7,376 
1,204,433 



37,352,914 



1,960,390 

419,732 

10,721,239 

1,327,465 

1,588,376 

786,527 

7,567,707 

336,611 

910,280 

11,734,537 



37,352,914 



317,021 
20,524,714 



24,635 

244 

1,097 

53,361 

423,772 

15,491 
1,026 

104,710 

7,897 
102,879 

2,913 
154,029 



Cotnnunl- 
catlon 



(41) 



336,136 

370,030 

5,983 

13,988 
552,682 
99,228 

31,337 

4,029 

1,368,347 
50, 106 

543,736 
19,091,905 
5,001,388 

4,881 

1,535 

61,659 

43,616 

5,126 

390,415 



405,949 

75,092 

5,373,701 

1,159,985 

836,466 

254,188 

6,731,669 

34,210 

1,903,270 

1,628,483 



18,453,013 



21,733,339 



21^,737 

14,109,619 

234,052 

764,379 

41,119 

6,799 

427,175 

1,085,350 

9,729 
497,531 
1,078,786 
23,828 
87,145 
97,402 
46,583 

9,897 

1,206,324 



19,938,955 



1,794,834 

1,793,787 

62,327 

805,126 

939,758 

567,293 
23,680 



2,049,493 33 
7,557,422 34 



13,184 

740 

131 

10,693 

43,974 

8,773 
150 

4,619 

2,061 

28,573 

2,452 

10,564 



9,737,834 



1,635,346 
4,035,495 
34,381 
100,784 
49,375 
19,822 
180,742 
528,101 

6,236 

6,004 

647,911 

13 

43,118 

224,183 

55,010 

442 

474.796 



8,041,759 



1,696,075 

1,695,944 

6,565 

859,956 

836,119 

561,694 
12,648 



See footnotesat end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data 



106 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15. 



-BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Public utilities- 
Continued 



Electric 
and gas 

utilities 



Other 

public 

utilities 



Total trade 



Total 
wholesale 



Commission 
merchants 



Other 
wholesalers 



Total 
retail 



General 
merchandise 



Apparel 

and 

accessories 



(42) 



(■43) 



(■W) 



(45) 



(-46) 



(48) 



(49) 



(50) 



(51) 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories : 

Last- in, first -out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less : Accujmilated depletion 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets. 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, corajBon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations -. 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-terra capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital assets.. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts.. 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortisation 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans... 
Amounts contributed under other employee 

benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit (-;? less 65) 

Net Income ( 66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 
Dividends paid : 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



8,772 



52,090 



91,313 



(Thoumand dollars) 



1,047,092 

1,265,098 

26,109 

2,966 
126,186 
883,688 
104,836 

4,150 

358,602 
122,356 

l,020,75i 

45,564,705 

8,813,578 

37,118 

14,719 

185,366 

7,702 

601 

656,733 



42,532,345 



757,373 

695,037 
19,360,052 
1,742,392 

752,794 
3,655,153 
8,935,051 

743,229 
2,280,492 
3,610,772 



42,532,345 



158,942 
12,288,327 



6,327 

14 

273 

44,382 

23,018 

3,899 
67 

31,957 

227 
12,719 
8,622 
48,762 



101,642 

5,961,121 

52,609 

38,096 

14,246 

17,279 

655,289 

970,664 

10,482 

310,945 

1,209,052 

45,063 

28,068 
149,894 

35,071 

6,801 
633,933 



10,240,275 



2,387,261 
2,386,988 
6,677 
1,205,640 
1,181,621 

1,199,708 
48,216 



52,861 

44,233 

669 



5,821 
13,150 
4,692 



7,281 
13,540 

66,785 
,305,237 
226,573 

2,686 
1,084 

23,012 

2,516 

67 

27,077 



1,342,473 



30,171 

78,915 

570,570 

40,538 

86,792 

83,533 

228,017 

8,980 

54,874 

160,083 



7,962 
255,103 



173 

71 
1,131 
1,654 

496 
55 

6,931 

116 

2,780 



4,C21 

103,879 

8,051 

1,660 

1,151 

319 

22,256 

25,747 

273 
189 
26,515 
130 
348 
1,558 
501 



221,134 



58,554 
58,483 
266 
24,632 
33,922 

17,968 
1,813 



6,242,321 

18,798,156 

535,514 

563,436 

10,062,148 

8,264,984 

407,457 

91,058 

1,022,832 
188,256 

4,749,373 

15,455,564 

6,634,811 

189,231 

84,730 

1,342,354 

200,399 

7,782 

1,151,153 



61,465,885 



10,884,774 

5,426,781 
4,842,193 
2,842,569 
2,564,781 
1,620,389 

10,401,422 

941,907 

2,175,823 

19,765,246 



61,465,885 



177,527,095 
2,956,477 



21,615 

391 

2,407 

180,672 

274,856 

42,732 
5,435 

146,690 

9,914 

139,460 

82,069 

,330,100 



143,732,240 

1,223,753 

2,795,354 

1,712,719 

401,953 

310,187 

436,751 

1,557,983 

71,178 

35,663 
1,247,535 

12,942 

1,771,624 

272,342 

82,599 

12,077 
21,380,900 



5,661,613 
5,559,206 
195,524 
2,434,683 
3,226,930 

971,453 
264,476 



2,727,559 

10,328,329 

211,771 

247,417 
4,797,853 
3,672,019 

144,887 

40,663 

448,767 
87,408 

2,721,565 
5,078,242 
2,140,729 

108,780 
45,746 

355,312 
77,640 
4,049 

476,454 



28,920,600 



6,432,513 

3,017,158 
2,177,545 
1,098,353 
1,167,965 

632,920 
4,652,346 

333,827 
1,120,099 
8,237,673 



28,920,500 



85,079,581 
2,081,148 



9,399 
116 

1,524 
75,074 
85,673 

36,499 
2,420 

72,079 

4,362 

94,525 

67,744 

479,770 



74,272,235 
926,795 
1,297,206 
362,032 
132,481 
124,387 
216,373 
548,234 

29,273 

26,401 

436,330 

8,552 

453,083 

106,786 

30,525 

5,557 
7,525,337 



86,501,703 



2,488,212 

2,486,638 

89,512 

1,041,108 
1,447,104 



357,297 
105,503 



332,119 

906,157 

13,044 

2,417 
77,405 
78,159 

8,734 

5,582 

63,507 
15,893 

332,563 
240,438 
98,557 

29,643 
12,907 
18,201 
9,263 
1,756 
49,435 



2,044,352 



553,642 

177,266 

112,272 
75,660 
87,123 
54,720 

308,943 
25,660 
53,895 

595,166 



2,044,352 



3,982,195 
1,021,593 



87 
10,047 
3,126 

3,614 
777 

6,731 

321 
11,550 

247 
29,863 



3,519,448 
389,350 
156,07 
28,061, 
4,605 
6,001 
10,834 
23,352 

2,160 

1,088 
21,769 

1,439 
28,153 
12, 2U 

1,367 

327 
575,162 



195,076 
194,989 
12,012 
71,540 
123,536 

26,595 
5,032 



2,395,440 

9,422,172 

198,727 

245,000 
4,720,448 
3,593,860 

136,153 

35,031 

335,160 
70,515 

2,338,997 
4,837,804 
2,042,162 

79,137 
32,839 

347,111 
68,372 
2,293 

427,019 



25,375,243 



5,878,971 

2,839,892 
2,065,374 
1,022,693 
1,080,837 

578,200 
4,343,403 

358,167 
1,055,204 
7,642,507 



26,876,248 



82,097,386 
1,059,555 



8,169 
103 

1,437 
65,027 
77,547 

32,385 
1,543 

55,348 

4,041 

32,866 

57,497 

449,907 



70,652,787 
537,435 
1,141,130 
333,964 
127,876 
113,336 
205,539 
624,882 

27,113 
25,313 

414,561 
7,113 

424,935 
94,572 
29,259 

5,240 
5,950,175 



81,720,280 



2,293,136 

2,291,599 

77,500 

959,568 

1,323,568 

330,701 
100,471 



3,193,255 

7,380,330 

292,352 

234,879 
4,719,087 
4,181,597 

244,935 

47,903 

554,702 
35,820 

1,832,524 
9,355,577 
4,035,120 

44,052 

18,046 

875,637 

113,633 

3,627 

602,616 



3,796,786 

2,154,453 

2,436,177 

1,579,930 

1,241,793 

903,274 

5,093,849 

517,091 

950,873 

10,489,321 



29,168,557 



83,082,337 
584,448 



11,378 

243 

749 

93,409 

158,423 

2,842 
2,745 

63,020 

5,159 
38,838 
14,304 
783,110 



62,355,477 
253,800 
1,316,683 
1,278,143 
242,836 
164,451 
198,954 
813,111 

38,699 

6,596 

724,849 

2,448 

1,220,485 

154,236 

48,663 

5,138 
12,747,114 



82,081,733 



2,874,272 
2,873,523 
93,949 
1,273,687 
1,600,585 

568,410 
148,362 



565,865 

423,762 

8,535 

76,823 
749,215 
325,235 

51,600 

6,643 

52,606 
16,824 

257,532 
,914,814 
792,641 

7,570 

3,191 

133,965 

16,533 

459 

108,231 



747,977 

125,542 
449,302 
244,109 
157,052 
209,545 
531,817 
57,978 
191,672 
1,288,348 



4,003,442 



20,866,382 
63,859 



782 

54 

102 

5,361 

14,964 

400 
77 

3,327 

198 
2,777 
2,109 
51,448 



21,015,340 



16,839,312 
33,064 
112,556 
192,515 
62,605 
8,397 
21,434 
150,629 

5,262 
215 

171,135 
147 

155,087 
40,574 
21,206 

1,133 
2,728,896 



471,523 
471,521 
5,315 
227,346 
244,277 



39,454 
46,105 



946,288 

2,550,183 

159,195 

127,592 
976,555 

1,702,906 
77,943 

27,109 

380,077 
23,593 

705,826 
3,141,312 
1,341,197 

3,770 

1,100 

312,017 

25,040 

142 

114,130 



1,026.507 

237,784 
832,635 
562,759 
250,711 
363,601 

1,556,742 
296,338 
388,512 

3,997,074 



9,512,713 



17,784,021 
121,179 



7,497 

27 

271 

30,959 

57,511 

200 
63 

10,076 

40 

15,307 

12,160 

148,567 



11,645,485 

15,524 

141,909 

353,734 

54,727 

33,779 

51,520 

255,621 

13,748 

1,664 

178,268 

52 

434,941 

33,556 

5,795 

931 
3,761,519 



17,054,934 



1,142,894 

1,142,523 

4,489 

571,155 

571,739 

313,733 
35,915 



301,219 
578,633 
16,194 

41,211 
474,921 
373,692 

20,833 

7,010 

45,156 
14,244 

204,951 
553,146 
322,088 

3,622 

1,714 

30,328 

U,690 

492 

46,813 



405,750 

111,773 

139,741 

127,50* 

37,924 

99,047 

434,734 

18,795 

107,240 

391,492 



2,475,001 



5,215,363 
39,984 



154 

3,339 

24,672 



52 

53 



79 

7,263 

4 

78,395 



3,375,574 

6,024 

137,926 

258,557 

15,094 

13,254 

12,510 

63,086 

3,909 

552 

56,230 

62 

131,546 

5,650 

3,634 

378 
1,086,551 



5,171,547 



202,360 

202,206 

12,867 

73,237 

124,123 

34,803 
22,760 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



107 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Furniture 
and house- 
furnishings 



Number of returns with net income 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last- in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States pos- 
sessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depre- 
ciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortizatioD 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses ■ 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock , coramoni ■ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable premium) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net 

long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net 

short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold : 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee 
benefit plans. * 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Ccanpiled net profit (<i7 less 65) 

Net income (66 less 37} 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial grou[J — Continued 



Trade — Cont inued 



Re ta i 1 — Cont i nued 



(52) 



Automotive 

dealers and 

filling 

stations 



(53) 



Drug 
stores 



(5^) 



4,249 



Eating and 

drinking 

places 



(55) 



Building 
materials 

and 
hardware 



(56) 



Other 
retail 
trade 



(57) 



Trade not 
allocable 



(58) 



13,389 



Finance, insurance, real estate, and 
lessors of real property 



Total finance 

insurance, 

real estate, 

and lessors of [Total finance 

real property 



(59) 



Banks and 

trust 
companies 



(61) 



15,075 



(Thousand dollars) 



134,119 

894,697 

i8,929 

3,649 
269,972 
237,316 

9,559 

1,052 

14,493 
4,037 

77,695 
256,263 
113,511 

2,032 

960 

24,313 

4,137 

110 
37,258 



1,827,082 



252,166 

191,128 
113,646 

68,024 
203,286 

45,424 
365,370 

43,151 

32,344 
512,543 



3,039,871 
37,660 



472 

6 

46 

9,664 

4,875 

12 



3,877 



142 
1,146 



3,244,153 



1,981,245 

5,498 

123,201 

73,177 

8,253 

24,514 

13,538 

37,978 

2,021 

172 

23,980 

96 

98,291 

2,006 

1,582 

177 
730,186 



3,125,915 



118,238 

118,192 

16,630 

41,841 

76,397 

11,923 
5,383 



495,510 

1,112,466 

27,390 

16,212 

1,110,161 

683,323 

35,966 

1,705 

20,917 
10,781 

228,636 

1,154,224 

455,307 

9,157 
3,589 

199,606 

6,050 

472 

160,967 



410,479 

934,822 

338,437 

209,409 

201,425 

62,389 

808,839 

35,827 

55,415 

1,706,881 



4,763,923 



21,868,061 
249,006 



615 

15 

63 

29,450 

20,913 

275 
1,077 

17,913 

2,070 

2,457 

24 

180,821 



18,957,923 

119,888 

318,809 

133,063 

31,541 

32,071 

52,102 

119,128 

5,326 
1,265 

101,081 
575 

252,778 
5,939 
5,876 

1,211 
1,838,317 



21,976,893 



395,867 
395,804 
25,573 
154,644 
241,223 

42,677 
19,910 



84,226 

67,890 

770 

1,732 
157,813 
107,121 

5,636 

376 

4,781 
1,491 

34,362 
230,816 
109,327 

2,157 
1,097 
8,181 
6,168 
329 
9,191 



107,482 

19,602 

40,249 

34,991 

19,216 

9,105 

132,916 

7,980 

20,075 

218,802 



610,418 



1,658,714 
10,189 



408 
5,882 



5 

2,001 



14,019 



1,127,628 

1,235 

52,166 

51,133 

6,702 

767 

2,553 

20,761 

963 

130 

19,389 

19,585 
3,464 
1,004 

91 
322,387 



62,001 
61,997 
1,504 
25,240* 
36,761 

11,793 
2,328 



126,901 

74,246 

558 

1,114 
31,489 
27,622 
14,124 

676 

9,917 
3,463 

59,183 
595,699 
251,921 

2,905 
1,005 
43,334 
16,286 
1,012 
29,935 



782,893 



101,739 

51,335 

115,023 

47,852 

40,086 

18,469 

159,764 

6,573 

25,508 

216,539 



782,898 



2,073,126 
39,714 

184 

5 

23 

756 

7,639 

904 
1,245 



949 
3,427 



2,146,570 



1,069,713 
14,998 
75,305 
86,149 
21,618 
661 
6,622 
43,635 

1,246 

535 

50,662 

79 

18,700 

3,710 

3,296 

423 
658,595 



188,848 

84^,005 

22,628 

9,173 

529,362 

413,931 

11,754 

1,062 

10,955 
4,837 

117,669 
580,921 
272,362 

9,126 
3,650 

67,471 

4,134 

96 

32,799 



2,527,361 



325,932 

269,865 

145,281 
82 ,406 
77,279 
42,582 

603,655 
19,581 
50,362 

910,418 



2,527,361 



5,174,-634 
39,491 



405 

5 

25 

9,314 

7,630 

372 
63 

8,732 

1,155 

1,360 

2 

61,023 



90,623 
90,600 
3,225 
33,416 
57,207 

13,241 
1,973 



4,019,607 
21,363 
161,902 
31,260 
13,925 
21,876 
19,907 
54,604 

2,542 

168 

50,464 

1,232 
36,263 

3,738 

2,492 

236 
668,282 



249,279 

834,443 

28,153 

7,373 

419,598 

305,501 

17,570 

2,270 

14,790 
6,550 

146,610 
324,382 
376,766 

3,713 

1,740 

55,922 

21,600 

515 

63,292 



2,565,719 



417,754 

212,502 

211,808 

102,876 

204,819 

53,112 

505,012 

30,862 

79,750 

747,224 



5,402,165 
83,366 



61 
9,158 
14,337 



576 
151 



521 

3,100 



87,058 



5,607,212 



321,507 

1,089,497 

31,391 

31,140 
X5,208 
411,263 

17,585 

2,492 

19,363 
15,023 

195,284 

1,020,745 

453,962 

36,399 

20,938 

101,405 

9,121 

106 

72,083 



3,376,723 



655,375 

255,170 
223,370 
164,286 
155,018 

84,195 
650,227 

40,989 

104,846 

1,036,252 



3,376,728 



8,365,177 
190,881 



838 

27 

134 

7,189 

20,760 

3,391 
270 

11,591 

393 

6,096 

21 

67,220 



5,109,961 



194,255 
194,230 
6,570 
72,332 
121,923 

24,707 
10,425 



3,847,989 
36,106 
192,909 
88,560 
18,371 
29,132 
18,768 
66,669 

2,682 
1,895 

73,590 
130 

73,294 
5,549 
2,778 

608 

951,771 



196,411 
196,350 
12,276 
69,476 
126,935 

26,069 
3,563 



6,594,528 
43,158 
131,965 
72,539 
26,636 
21,349 
21,424 
96,633 

3,206 

2,666 
86,356 

1,942 
98,051 
11,320 

3,310 

1,322 
1,108,449 



54,387,253 

120,078,478 

1,274,337 

758 
11,904 
20,770 
179,655 

18,526,975 

81,813,005 
3,854,429 

114,220,310 
17,440,595 
4,543,764 

684,786 
233,956 

4,004,082 

423,410 

10,992 

8,688,430 



418,271,791 



4,492,658 

10,650,603 
17,610,913 

1,012,450 
328,044,831 

1,252,784 
13,777,394 

3,498,223 

3,445,631 
29,436,254 



418,271,791 



145,044 
11,344,697 



1,812,200 

71,862 

429,002 

3,067,866 

2,670,703 

206,941 
21,172 

838,528 

307,890 

1,202,143 

64,832 

366,164 



28,549,094 



50,003,433 

116,894,802 

1,252,323 



2,289 

469 

63,798 

12,593,685 

67,030,921 
3,729,619 

26,171,544 

2,673,524 

473,043 

283,720 

72,461 

247,003 

310,410 

2,881 

2,135,802 



280,405,316 



2,657,650 

8,412,260 

8,068,244 

480,514 

227,450,821 

824,729 

8,593,147 

2,624,168 

7,012,358 

14,231,425 



280,405,316 



12,512 
2,560,356 



1,447,843 
68,493 

275,542 
5,315,289 

166,942 

73,439 
11,971 

594,511 

146,015 
733,122 

60,905 
194,130 



47,977,556 

93,411,627 

1,000,391 



1,112 

39,194 

12,255,202 

65,921,694 
3,444,206 

8,980,129 

2,206,761 

321,342 

24,466 

666 

144,272 

296,123 

15 



239,996,953 



27,016 

344,718 

93,132 

148,348 

220,340,949 

40,024 

4,635,556 

1,862,757 

1,197,418 

11,307,035 



239,996,953 



8,374,859 



299,129 
293,995 
11,963 
119,888 
179,241 

45,746 
9,611 



89,401 

3,791,165 

1,316,082 

341,892 

184,102 

530,125 

2,353,906 

1,103,904 

44,320 

5,989 

811,957 

84,649 
222,019 
223,834 

33,646 

272,639 

8,260,071 



19,674,701 



8,874,393 
3,445,391 
104,939 
2,030,361 
6,844,032 

2,208,330 
320,430 



11,711,120 



7,680 
73,488 
822,171 
134,350 
43,657 
516,397 
1,397,003 
319,518 

29,141 

605 

189,509 

43,307 
146,860 
162,421 

25,624 

265,019 
3,207,581 



7,885,331 



3,325,789 
3,550,247 
26,400 
1,116,194 
2,709,595 

1,696,626 

212,137 



1,205 
1,005,435 



1,419,248 
67,202 

266,341 
4,261,227 

145,549 

2,218 
2,890 

59,476 

772 

46,566 

423 

75,894 



7,354,496 



1,509 

950 

637,674 

83,562 

33,099 

371,493 

1,204,106 

246,096 

21,417 
146 
155,360 
823 
100,006 
138,825 
21,649 

263,354 
2,213,352 



5,498,421 



1,356,075 

1,589,734 

5,503 

712,100 

1,143,975 

573,236 
139,959 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data. 



468791 O -58 -8 



108 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETTURNS, JULY 1955- JUNE 1956 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY HAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last- in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not states 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions. 

United States obi igations , 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortizatiOTi and depreciation- 
Deple table assets 

Less ; Accumulated depletion. 

Land , 



Intangible assets , ... 

Less: Accumulated ajnortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comnon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sal es 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amorti gable 
premium) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest , 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-tenn 

capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-tenn 

capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations. , 

Dividends , foreign corporations ., 

Other receipts 



Total coiqjiled receipts.. 
Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repai rs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid , 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation ..,. 

Depletion 

Advertising ,. 

Amounts contributed under pension plans..... ... 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total ccii?)iled deductions 

COTipiled net profit (AV less 65) 

Net income ( 66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax {66 less 69). 
Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



fietums with balance sheets by major industrial group^Continued 



Financ e, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real property — Continued 



Fi nan ce — Cantinued 



Credit 

agencies 

other than 

banks 



(62) 



1^,627 



Holding and 

investment 
conpanies 



(63) 



Securitj' and 
ponmodity- 

ex change 

brokers and 

dealers 



(«) 



Insurance carriers^and agents 



Total insurance 

carrier^ and 

agents 



(65) 



Insurance 

2 

carriers 



(66) 



Insurance 

agents and 

brokers 



(67) 



Real estate, 
except lessors 

of real 
property other 
than buildings 



(68) 



Lessors of 

real property, 

except 

buildings 



fThaoM^td dollai 



1,448,790 

17,606,961 

250,639 



573 

111 

25,144 

44,697 
352,463 
133,960 

,,590,895 

253,811 

67,508 

11,421 

2,654 

35,740 

3,915 

250 

283,179 



2,026,794 

7,510,953 
7,333,739 

252,142 
5,165,039 

413,930 
1,438,820 

479,180 

564,719 
1,285,293 



26,470,609 



2,143 
1,340,536 



U,185 

106 

938 

985,347 

9,569 

76 
1,089 

27,725 

4,914 
32,273 

8,877 
51,749 



447,803 

517,385 

623 



604 

100 

2.193 

251,256 

501,316 
106,612 

10,099,543 
180,524 

63,836 I 
247,735 I 
69,112 . 
55,523 ! 
7,457 
2,606 
93,432 



12,375,306 



170,644 

251,416 

526,867 

52,320 

1,645,243 

342,729 
2,414,036 

262.833 
5,217,311 
1,491,907 



134,284 

358,829 

170 



258 
2.267 

42,530 
305.448 
44.841 

500.977 

37,428 

19,857 

98 

29 

11,473 

2,915 

10 

141.166 



12.375.306 



2,476,577 



909 
43,486 

106,806 
39,804 
3,951 
144,420 
653,870 
49,739 

3,888 

211 

25,122 

111 

40,257 

16,676 

2,985 

1,317 

699,509 



643,516 
642,528 
12,302 
283,025 
360,491 

174,911 

11,332 



3,472 
58,302 



13,116 
232 

4,984 
63,802 
10,857 

71,123 
6,134 

489,857 

9,16* 

692.365 

50,966 

53,688 



1,528,072 



433,196 

305,173 
114,506 

27,704 
299,590 

28,046 
104,735 

19,398 

32,910 
197,190 



5,692 
156.033 



4,294 

953 

3,229 

4,913 

957 

22 
1,858 

17,453 

131.165 

11,918 

639 

12,849 



2,920,839 

785,973 

5,204 



81 
14,805 
3,975 

5,847,722 

14,475,093 

47,350 

83,0U,715 

1,065,691 

70,097 

2,339 

1,013 

21,709 

49,411 

205 

5,982,106 



114,152,290 



553,162 

70,942 

50,520 

73,140 

99,306,056 

27,777 

1,545,847 

629,376 

305,017 

11,590,453 



114,152,290 



351.975 



3.122 

868 

20.770 

2,961 

813 

275 

28,675 

14,527 

3,094 i 

171 

6,067 

42,804 

504 

2,221 

235 

319 

151,440 



278,866 



1,249,206 

1,244,222 

5,607 

96,155 

1,153,051 

937,826 
50,838 



2,140 

28.184 

56,921 

8,023 

794 

709 

10.352 

9.156 

742 

77 

2.960 

69 

6,093 

4,699 

755 

29 

143,280 



274,983 



76,992 
73,763 
2,983 
24,914 
52,078 

10,653 
10,008 



64,269 
7,497,616 



357,456 

3,176 

151,201 

2,669,255 

263,348 

189 
857 

61,120 

2,364 

375,832 

3,658 

53,515 



2,695,602 

317,060 

2,256 



14,798 
1,007 

5,845,929 

14,458,757 

45,009 

82,799,702 

974,033 

37.345 

8 

12,446 

17,442 

27 

5.944,088 



113,086,253 



82,405 

29,121 

19,850 

47,865 

99,239,112 

11,066 

1,432,946 

582,910 

285,829 

11,355,149 



113,086,253 



11,503,856 



46,774 

3,255,563 

152,796 

77,441 

4,285 

6,377 

9,570 

239,414 

4,283 

339 

101,294 

843 

25,513 

54,999 

4,509 

1,276 

3,714,012 



7,699,288 



3,804,568 

3,653,367 

10,918 

504,072 

3,300,496 

295,579 
87,692 



57,267 
6,772,147 



357,015 

3,149 

151,156 

2,666,621 

260,013 

27 



58,860 

2,160 

368,587 

2,186 

47,732 



225,237 

468,913 

2,948 



1,793 
16,336 
2,341 

212,013 

91,658 

32,752 

2,331 

1,013 

9,263 

31,969 

178 

38,018 



470,757 

41,821 
30,670 
25,275 
66,944 
16,711 

112,901 
46,466 
19,188 

235,304 



1,066,037 



10,747,524 



45,045 
3,151,174 
26,212 
55,052 
2,871 
2,666 
6,852 
228,045 

2,954 

190 

90,368 

798 

15,358 

49,024 

2,621 

1,141 

3,343,922 



7,024,293 



3,723,231 

3,572,075 

6,866 

476,273 

3,246,958 

277,350 
85,927 



7,002 
725,469 



441 

27 

45 

2,634 

3,335 

162 
253 

2,260 

204 
7,245 
1,472 
5,783 



1,365,565 

2,322,819 

13,680 

758 

9,521 

4,505 

105,244 

75,029 

215,907 

60,704 

4,835,056 

12,352,386 

3,794,123 

140,015 

48,830 

3,595,907 

61,616 

7,127 

525,874 



21,807,147 



1,153,280 

2,135,312 
8.873,093 

416,060 
1,235,379 

345,197 
3,083,924 

223,906 

984,188 
3,356,808 



21,807,147 



756,332 



1,729 

104,389 

126,584 

22,389 

1,414 

3,711 

2,718 

U,369 

1,329 

149 

10,926 

45 

10,155 

5,975 

1,888 

135 

370,090 



674,995 



81,337 
81,292 
4,052 
27,799 
53,538 

18,229 
1,765 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sanple and Limitations of Data." 



60,199 
1,778,876 



5,632 

149 

2,045 

81,975 

',162,781 

5,879 
7,577 

165,703 

658,725 

40,341 

204 

103,997 



28,459 
460,519 
335,334 
127,058 
134,639 
6,762 
433,580 
523,310 

10,587 

3,745 

508,293 

1,347 

49,322 

5,906 

3,429 

6,083 

1,304,322 



3,943,195 



1,130,888 

1,128,843 

64,783 

362,311 

768,577 

149,383 
20,504 



(69) 



92,416 
74,884 

3,130 



13 

991 

1,638 

10,539 
41,084 
16,756 

201,995 

.,343,994 

206,501 

258,711 

111,652 

139,458 

1,973 

779 

44,648 



1,907,038 



128,566 

32,089 
619,056 
42,736 
52,575 
55,081 
554,476 
20,773 
144,118 
257,568 



1,907,038 



8,064 
7,849 



214 

1,347 

77,632 

127,434 
767 

17,194 

786 

2,848 

115 

14,472 



260,035 



6,488 
1,595 
5,781 
3,043 
1,521 
89 
18,753 
21,662 

309 

1,300 

12,861 

38,652 

324 

508 

84 

261 

33,656 



146.887 



113,148 
112,934 
2,838 
47,784 
65,364 



66,792 
97 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS. JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



109 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 15. 



-BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP — Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by major industrial group — Continued 



Total 
services 



Hotels and 
other 
lodging 
places 



Personal 
services 



Business 

services 



Automotive 

repair 

services 

and garages 



lliscel- 

laneous 

repair 

services, 

hand trades 



notion 
pictures 



Aniuseraent, 

except 

motion 

pictures 



Other 

services, 

including 

schools 



Nature of 
business 

not 
allocable 



(70) 



(71) 



(72) 



(73) 



(74) 



(75) 



(76) 



(77) 



(78) 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories : 

l^st-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States 
sions. 

United States obligations 

Njt stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization ajid deprecia- 
tion - 
Depletable assets 

Less : Accumulated depletion 

lAnd 

Intangible assets 

Less : Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves ', 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undividal profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts : 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amor- 
tizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest ■ 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long- 
term capital loss. 

Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short- 
term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions : 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit 
plans . 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit (^iV less 65) 

Net income ( 66 less 37 ) , 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69). 

Dividends paid : 

Cash and assets other than oim stock 

Corporation's own stock 



2,293 



(Thouamd doll an) 



1,129,266 

1,545,597 

29,468 

4,632 
196,298 

92,501 

24,210 

157,498 
57,839 

1,216,651 
5,673,906 
2,603,534 

37,516 

16,239 

621,912 

112,188 

4,372 

295,166 



8,841,104 



921,687 

558,414 

1,582,024 

428,106 

492,399 

182,901 

1,359,705 

187,715 

673,981 

2,454,172 



8,841,104 



1,320,437 
9,825,452 



4,187 

145 

498 

16,724 

229,093 

25,918 
863 

52,438 

5,282 

29,760 

12,477 

110,202 



756,933 

5,666,133 

532,191 

347,339 

121,877 

19,965 

85,259 

270,290 

10,555 

6,514 

483,079 

492 

183,051 

55,554 

18,183 

3,104 
2,170,726 



902,131 
901,633 
54,135 
361,003 
541,128 

166,835 
19,663 



130,801 

124,481 

1,821 

901 
U,826 
13,124 
19,839 

3,107 

14,4«i 
6,911 

174,982 

1,579,140 

667,043 

9,580 

5,429 

227,955 

5,443 

704 

37,288 



1,684,865 



82,219 

98,179 
585,507 
74,868 
63,681 
39,273 
234,707 
20,209 
144,762 
341,4*0 



460,523 
812,781 



756 

5 

53 

3,732 

109,741 

301 
136 

11,534 

251 

4,076 

1,018 

12,845 



258,533 

300,839 

29,351 

72,043 
45,436 
2,188 
27,362 
63,731 

1,409 

23C 

37,339 

189 

24, 5M 

3,047 

4,649 

110 
386,895 



1,308,881 



108,871 
108,818 
6,598 
43,102 
65,769 

32,823 

4,096 



112,459 

14^,445 

2,646 

930 
28,690 
32,842 
14,600 

1,032 

10,336 
3,813 

62,247 
745,964 
365,155 

3,664 

3,970 

39,328 

26,456 

352 

38,707 



902,890 



83,262 

49,980 
102,108 
44,063 
40,652 
26,156 
198,873 
6,386 
25,331 
326,079 



902,890 



210,504 
1,419,102 



27 

715 

3,848 

744 

99 



532 

1,201 



102,781 

830,430 

100,054 

48,347 

18,392 

3,595 

6,959 

37,333 

1,689 

300 

60,396 

4 

27,233 

2,977 

3,539 

413 
310,268 



1,554,710 



93,089 
93,062 
4,909 
33,993 
59,095 

13,254 

6,172 



363,177 

627,720 

16,427 

737 
32,214 
29,917 
15,943 

12,218 

48,886 
12,137 

399,050 
,040,905 
463,903 

5,939 

2,549 

26,514 

27,172 

355 

96.079 



391,413 

141,188 
227,115 
126,618 
176,505 

43,923 
327,871 

38,513 
151,579 
630,644 



168,118 
3,476,019 

1,047 

10 

125 

3,314 

31,873 

11,170 
289 

U,523 

1,467 
12,257 

3,032 
22,055 



108,239 
2,027,261 
210,987 
61,727 
16,379 
6,313 
:4,142 
-.7,371 

3,019 

631 

U3,638 

101 

24,110 

32,357 

4,363 

668 
780,396 



237,897 
287,772 
10,237 
113,339 
169,058 



5,314 



51,803 
82,082 

1,098 

168 
3,942 
8,619 
3,762 

354 

1,614 
556 

23,370 
438,477 
191,988 

5,207 
2,136 

54,230 

2,128 

124 

U,544 



556,015 



49,309 

95,771 
126,850 
13,598 
21,532 
U,686 
38,794 
3,600 
11,149 
128,726 



555,015 



110,064 
.454,372 



1,226 
24,394 



382 
930 



68,034 
209,958 

31,359 

40,631 
3,913 
1,224 
9,210 

17,460 

343 

255 

81,376 

•6 

5,441 

375 

354 

432 
35,194 



561,075 



46,253 
46,242 
3,705 
14,033 
32,220 

2,337 



28,313 

76,693 

595 

1,239 
18,469 
19,473 

1,655 



4,027 
79,397 
33,385 

495 

271 

3,093 

1,419 

72 

5,698 



36,769 

16,415 
14,911 
15,684 
11,641 
2,820 
37,540 
8,497 
4,423 
59,165 



207,865 



143,033 
302,660 



316 
932 



1,104 



1,723 



92, U5 

205,256 

26,636 

7,918 
1,924 
1,021 
1,340 
7,526 

142 

142 

8,512 

15 

4,051 

393 
1,209 

30 
65,319 



424,559 



25,411 

25,411 

1,843 

9,231 

15,180 

1,353 

131 



237,453 

297,893 

3,027 

497 
75,479 
216,850 
20,275 

559 

43,074 
15,174 

467,353 

1,068,804 

599,082 

902 

289 

195,419 

30,819 

1,804 

55,329 



197,068 

99,978 

386,546 

80,791 

84,077 

33,689 

252,779 

78,483 

295,390 

514,878 



128,230 
1,752,702 

816 

1 

55 

4,557 

42,117 

8,028 
58 

5,105 

1,474 

8,893 

8,414 

39,743 



2,000,208 



69,764 
1,200,833 
35,686 
67,751 
15,798 
2,283 
16,929 
43,037 

1,405 
4,726 

72,882 
68 

66,245 
4,547 
1,031 

1,006 
223,300 



172,412 
172,357 
15,358 
72,586 
99,825 

41,308 
535 



103,799 

39,431 

1,293 

89 
5,982 
2,504 
6,742 

1,088 

18,567 
13,553 

40,782 
426,588 
186,957 

2,870 
538 
52,794 
12,213 
490 
25,636 



563,415 



30,068 

27,201 
89,980 
28,104 
34,985 
13,785 

127,820 
8,906 
27,045 

175,521 



563,415 



47,102 
651,381 



570 
48 
21 

574 
11,654 

3,639 
32 

3,580 

636 

1,551 

11 

12,963 



733,782 



25,269 

357,689 

30,435 

24,354 

9,251 

927 

5,083 

34,086 

1,857 

90 

35,504 

99 

17,833 

1,588 

729 

259 
102,076 



647,529 



86,153 
86,132 
6,124 
36,571 
49,582 

15,349 
1,050 



100,956 

148,852 

2,551 

21 
14,595 
6,208 
4,683 

5,852 

18,904 
4,662 

44,340 

244,531 

96,021 

2,859 
1,007 

21,079 

6,533 

471 

22,335 



547,001 



51,579 

29,702 
49,007 
39,330 
59,325 
11,569 
91,321 
23,116 
14,302 
177,699 



547,001 



52,863 
955,935 



607 
70 

206 
1,780 
4,524 

1,945 
87 

1,977 

9 

805 

2 

11,028 



32,198 
533,847 

57,183 

24,068 
5,784 
2,409 
3,734 

19,246 

691 
140 
17,932 
10 
13,608 
9,870 
2,309 

136 
216,578 



949,793 



32,045 
81,839 
5,351 
32,648 
49,397 

10,852 

1,298 



(79) 



15,917 

31,289 

272 



1,410 

5,922 

573 



2,047 
730 

14,911 
29,155 
9,163 

1,586 
18 
4,093 
2,706 
352 
2,044 



20,217 

3,129 
11,978 
3,401 
6,093 
3,519 
36,552 
305 
8,646 
3,870 



102,710 



14,706 
57,700 



14 
787 
541 

227 
202 

1,523 

32 

250 

2 

3,210 



9,954 
20,763 

9,085 

1,828 
524 
521. 
972 

1,746 

75 
28 
2,657 
11 
699 
89 
45 

106 
20,060 



69,174 



10,218 
10,204 
1,618 
2,929 
7,289 



^Capital stock which was not definitely designated as either comDon or preferred was tabulated under common stock. 

^For items reported and computation of tax by life and mutual insurance ccnipanies, see facsLniles of return Forms 1120L and L12CM, pp. 161 and 175. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "[tescription of the Saople and Liaitations of Data." 



110 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 



Table 16.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



Returns 
without, 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets 



Under 
$25,000 



$25,000 
under 
$50,000 



$50,000 

under 
$100,000 



$100,000 

under 
$250,000 



$250,000 

under 
$500,000 



$500,000 

under 
$1,000,000 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(-1) 



(5) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



Number of returns with net income. 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes £ind accounts receivable... 

Less: Reserve for bad debts.. 
Inventories: 

Last-in, flrst-oul 

Other than last-in, fIrst-out.. 

Not stated 



Prepa id expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions 

United States obligations 

Not sta ted 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation.. 

Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable 

Maturity less than 1 year.... 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 



Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, comrnon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 

Total liabilities 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts f rcra operatiuns 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable bond 
premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 



Other interest ^ 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital 

loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital 

loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts 



Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 



Interest pa id 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts. 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 



Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans. 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit (47 less 65) 

Net income ( 66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income ta x 

Compiled net profit less income tax (66 less 69). 



Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own 
Corporation's own stock 



32,272 



(Thouaand dol lara) 



472,446,756 
86,549,420 



2,153,729 

77,512 

462,961 

8,721,185 

4,223,224 

638,296 

38,602 

2,087,257 

880,547 
2,533,766 

769, 527 
3,392,605 



584,975,387 



355,657,242 
50,494,097 
8,843,876 
4,744,704 
5,227,167 
1,142,986 

5,322,854 

12,980,981 

410,195 

2,401,022 
11,854,586 

2,629,134 

5,929,347 

3,194,624 

1,071,319 

364,436 

61,914,969 



534,183,539 



50,791,848 
50,328,887 
836,133 
21,740,890 
29,050,958 



13,400,660 
1,965,391 



4,790,572 
815,782 



21,810 
1,817 
14,062 

83,647 

83,388 

8,772 

1,115 

59,460 

29,460 

24,804 

3,786 

39,895 



5,978.370 



3,619,303 
492 ,887 
105,589 
52,040 
53,722 
16,819 

50,905 

125,478 

3,453 

15,355 

123,767 
21,001 

70,025 

19,806 

7,197 

1,489 

677,708 



521,826 
507,764 
21,272 
204,651 
317.175 



99.615 
14,768 



82,292,840 

180,tK3,026 

2,589,627 

4,550,503 
28,663,154 
31,490,479 

2,551,572 

19,239,053 
98,271,919 
8,067,932 
145,735,048 
260,021,313 
93,351,055 

8,775,337 
3,934,739 
9,321,387 
2,543,563 
633,403 
16,038,736 



797,097,038 



39,084,008 

24,300,814 
81,771,848 
21,532,913 
345,184,736 

14,407,570 
86,023,006 
12,020,248 
29,637,339 
143,134,556 



797,097,038 



467,656,184 
85,733,638 



2,131,919 

75,695 

448,899 

8,637,538 

4,139,836 

629,524 

37,437 

2,027,797 

851,087 
2.508,962 

765,741 
3,352,710 



578,997,017 



352,037,939 
50,001,210 
8,738,287 
4,692,664 
5,173,445 
1,126,167 

5,271,949 

12,855,503 

406,742 

2,365,667 
11,730,819 

2,608,133 

5,859,322 

3,174,818 

1,064,122 

362,947 

61,237,261 



528.726,995 



50,270.022 
49,821,123 
814,861 
21,536,239 
28,733,783 



13,301,045 
1,950.623 



205,122 

240,998 

3,126 

2,249 
74,199 
55,302 

10,374 

603 

2,635 

1,607 

53,830 

537.208 

268.766 

19,822 
11,016 
47.604 
21,069 
613 
49.997 



1,039.098 



182 ,498 

108.511 
111,121 
55,670 
85,334 

13,042 

448,729 

5,110 

41,032 
^11,949 



2,005,085 
1,293,625 



227 
6 

16 

3,861 

62,870 

5,431 

1,149 

11,068 

27,953 

792 

37 

26,326 



1,396,831 

699,823 

306,056 

117,102 

17,072 

4,273 

11,901 

56,853 

646 

385 

60,191 
1,123 

32,522 

1,150 

1,732 

3,479 

574,928 



147,189 
147,173 
41,919 
31,094 
116,095 



23,584 
251 



393,259 

578,779 

8,436 

6,195 
212,319 
176,609 

19,912 

1,605 
6,124 
3,746 

141,332 
1,259,244 

546,749 

28,173 
12,515 
169,046 
36,300 
2,244 
96,012 



383,245 

234,026 
321,363 
109,791 
154,398 

33,388 

795,714 

15,596 

74,629 

436,561 



2,558,711 



4,442,165 
1,563,363 



450 
77 
196 

7,004 

122,310 

5,974 

718 

16,595 

44,267 

2,388 

256 

37,417 



3,237,073 

910,586 

423,009 

139,428 

32,184 

11,846 

26,992 

102 ,406 

1,782 

864 

117,541 

3,647 

52,852 
2,112 
3,675 
1,250 
920, 507 



5,987,754 



275,428 
275,232 
41,038 
69,962 
205,466 



28,962 
1,382 



872,911 

1,577,681 

30,440 

11,705 
620,838 
468,730 

47,692 

4,611 

28,495 

15,140 

464,419 

3,023,253 

1,260,428 

79,711 
41,777 

438,880 
59,672 
2,573 

188,509 



963,681 

616,350 
866,223 
262,233 
355,139 

84,117 
1,699,497 

40.253 

185,251 

1,494,035 



6,567,029 



11,131,655 
3,039,133 



987 
102 
100 

17,205 

262,693 

6,427 

1,012 

29,285 

102,649 

4,540 

73 

103,431 



14,699,492 



8,464,024 

1,348,804 

775,297 

245,153 

67,293 

31,224 

68,415 

220,836 

4,977 

1,879 

258,029 

4,136 

123,658 

6,269 

8,881 

2,148 

1,937,165 



14,068,188 



631,304 
631,204 
74,569 
171,453 
459,851 



59.891 
8,104 



2,083,500 

4,723,259 

65,942 

39,567 
1,836,496 
1,393,228 

134,554 

17,108 
111,484 

57,753 
1,433,236 
6,096,515 
3,309,470 

179,272 

83,638 

1,133,525 

105,718 

4,954 

471,654 



13,332,665 



2,585,619 

1,827,202 

2,564,841 

669,445 

1,003,429 

278,015 

4,038,266 

151,166 

453,910 

4,740,770 



18,332,665 



32,732,911 

5,915,611 



3,542 
190 
522 

81,107 

623,665 

27,544 

4,527 

80,580 

177,341 

22,021 

484 

290.214 



40,010,459 



25,764,246 

3,759,886 

1,553,701 

452,888 

170,717 

91,500 

195,377 
545,563 

15,421 

6,262 

642,262 

20,789 

320,504 

24,882 

27,767 

5,413 

4,841,460 



38,438,638 



1,571,821 

1,571,299 

108,842 

478,059 

1,093,762 



179,139 
37,322 



1,990,669 

5,459,827 

106,836 

36,700 
2,130,032 
1,482,813 

144,071 

34,638 

227,750 

92,064 

1,674,219 

8,121,384 

3,329,314 

155,901 
74,754 
1,068,672 
104,857 
9,275 
483,003 



2,726,365 

2,177,511 

2,724,546 

776,679 

1,191,608 

369, 184 

3,641,231 

172,669 

520, 180 

5,384,576 



19,686,569 



35,199,644 
5,273,241 



6,587 

216 

1,009 

113,943 

529,054 

29,271 

3,319 

89,294 

135,234 

26,456 

2,437 

331,901 



41,741,606 



26,169,076 

3,519,411 

1,215,715 

367,379 

167,235 

91,019 

214,198 
541,178 

19,363 

9,167 

615,527 

22,031 

333,013 

40,022 

32,917 

4,419 

4,790,327 



40,152,01'; 



1,589.589 

1,583,580 

67,307 

562,129 

1,027.460 



182,722 

66,176 



2,393,160 

6,183,390 

112 , 596 

58,267 
2,358,434 
1,591,631 

161,973 

105,391 

603,429 

201,749 

2,170,652 

8,639,951 

3,630,896 

205,395 

97,122 

1,066.685 

94,793 

7,127 

548,061 



22,535,420 



2,726,250 

2,250,457 

2,929,891 

639,425 

2,447,158 

475,517 

3,633,202 

256,226 

587,469 

6,337,605 



22,535,420 



37,139,359 
5,076,907 



16.345 

943 

2.646 

159,807 

427,157 

32,255 

3,307 

110,946 

104,370 

44,971 

1,051 

323,553 



43,444,117 



29,800,994 

3,408,970 

1,007,653 

330,461 

177,025 

84,423 

229,331 
560,100 
24,573 
11,677 
625,463 
36,975 

370,591 

69,038 

40,812 

5,266 

4,789,022 



41.573.074 



1,871,043 

1,666.397 

80, 249 

756,720 

1,114,323 



234,346 

77,849 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations oi Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



111 



RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 



Table 16.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS— Continued 



Number of returns with net income 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Deprec iable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation 

Deple table assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable : 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common' 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations {less amortizable bond 
premium) : 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents ' 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-tenn capital loss 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital loss 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repa irs 

Bad debts 

Interest pa id 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit (i>7 less 65) 

Net income (66 less 37) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less inccroe tax (66 less 69) 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets 



$1,000,000 

under 
$2,500,000 



(10) 



?3,531 



$2,500,000 

under 
$5, OX, 000 



(11) 



$5,000,000 

under 
$10,000,000 



{\2) 



$10,000,000 

iinder 
$25,000,000 



(13) 



:i,ii,e 



$25,000,000 

under 
$50,000,000 



(14) 



1,319 



$50,000,000 

under 
$100,000,000 



(15) 



$100,000,000 

under 
$250,000,000 



(Thousonrf liollnrt) 



$250,000,000 
or more 



(17) 



4,522,836 

10,260,039 

153,302 

143,799 
3,219.583 
2,133,693 

208,470 

442,201 
3,100,115 

663,418 
3,739,790 
11,477,635 
4,948,444 

275,835 
130.491 
1,096,192 
132,535 
10,784 
745,127 



36,948,247 



1,471,116 

2,884,490 
3,427,445 
1,299,979 
9,163,572 

844,694 
4,853,903 

477,812 
1,121,284 
9,403,952 



36,948,247 



U, 527, 774 
6,461,550 



75,542 
2,340 
11,788 

317,687 

411,867 

39,743 

5,672 

146,665 

105,349 

91,097 

2,935 

397,751 



35,160,764 

4,255,713 

1,007,439 

354,341 

244,712 

95,401 

298,321 
760,138 
37,725 
28,389 
792,796 
67,421 

493,808 

136,472 

62,178 

9,656 

5,945,967 



49,751,261 



2,846,499 
2,834,711 
96,493 
1,251,065 
1,595,434 



443,779 
163,312 



4,804,680 

10.084,707 

158,192 

159,397 
2,450,225 
1,582,609 

154,819 

941,640 
4,759,404 

818,166 
3,896.366 
9,139,457 
3,846,084 

368,881 
127,698 
700,023 
104,712 
11,314 
584,291 



2,377,553 

2,118,289 

2,704,014 

1,037,901 

14,217,545 

698,569 
3,700,893 

507,733 
1,166,482 
7,877,110 



36,406,039 



29,977,378 
4,443,042 



109,842 

3,239 

26,021 

406,935 
257,132 
40, 153 
< 3,579 
161,602 

37,222 

103,370 

7, (Ml 

266,180 



23,322,432 

2,825,527 

566,266 

225,456 

211,915 

68,380 

252,639 
580,445 
32,060 
32,900 
531,123 
37,738 

361,723 

138,762 

55, W9 

13,922 

4,039,569 



33,396,056 



5.227,920 

10,515,639 

146,381 

230,474 
2,129,462 
1,463,534 

153,094 

1,352,131 
6,054,343 
587,292 
4,213,668 
8,832,439 
3,613,988 

323,062 
127,125 
530,901 
101,380 
11,051 
500,367 



2,001,198 

1,687,728 

2,478,477 

969,562 

17,198,878 

629,173 
3,431,939 

619,116 
1,299,425 
8,001,669 



38,317,166 



,26,835,214 
4,195,496 



132,671 
2,178 
30,399 

438,138 

104,150 

35,926 

2,833 

165,248 

25,551 
103,693 

9,020 
210,256 



20,440,071 

2,747,370 

392,967 

205,489 

228,733 

64,122 

246,060 
634,675 
31,011 
41,098. 
525,320 
65,528 

394,170 

155,690 

58,568 

17,397 

3,632,198 



7,125,012 

14,444,431 

197,627 

454,336 
2,795,441 
2,309,999 

212,593 

2,293,634 

10,023,111 

422,492 

7,423,358 
13,850,946 

5,536,232 

702,560 
213,541 
647,246 
187,134 
18,544 
851,365 



57,784,214 



2,683,294 

1,883,933 

4,014,796 

1,459,383 

26,957,893 

934,972 
4,826,231 
1,076,321 
2,445,953 

11,501,438 



57,784,214 



35,046,078 
4,358,097 



211,158 
4,618 
49,765 

644,546 
148,658 
84,530 
3,187 
238,445 

25,932 

217,770 

31,273 

250,880 



41,315,037 



29,830,467 



2,4^7,140 
2,421,119 
56,920 
1,087,299 
1,359,841 



413,696 

109.371 



2,410,306 
2,379,907 
44,552 
1,090,445 
1,319,861 



469,746 
108 . 191 



25,989,299 
2,453,220 
404,555 
260,438 
369,949 
86,523 

376,771 
874,685 
42,093 
101,212 
732,046 
151,401 

564,549 
252,243 

83,017 

30,987 

4,823,530 



37,606,518 



3,708,519 
3,658,754 
43,424 
1,578,108 
2,030,411 



893,099 

166.959 



5,220.010 

11,121,055 

172,768 

392,328 
1,779,489 
1.733,274 

168,457 

1,753,012 
7,993,633 
■ 224,363 
6,588,116 
11,300,817 
4,612,239 

724,805 
368 , 582 
352,922 
82,629 
9,331 
763,486 



1,866,437 

1,255,225 

2,991,542 

1,222,272 

21,282,423 

931,932 

3,577,194 

915,865 

2,324,258 

9,218,324 



45,585,477 



25,129,963 
3,751,957 



167,420 
3,398 
35,955 

520,291 

65,192 

48,578 

772 

201,236 

21,070 

164,040 
26,191 
187,630 



17,995,709 

2,341,637 

219,218 

179,971 

368,505 

64,032 

283,858 
846,334 
29,344 
93,462 
559,273 
153,708 

386,159 

207,659 

66,274 

30.458 

3,465,305 



27,295,906 



3,027,787 
2,991,332 
32 , 628 
1,360,443 
1,657,344 



794,156 

l.-'5,017 



5.253,574 

11,188,822 

159,145 

434,427 
1,427,591 
2,172,804 

153,325 

1,663,940 
7,635,494 
442,389 
7,506,402 
15,498.440 
5,538,278 

636,082 
265,135 
339,252 
133,319 
30.333 
1,022,375 



49,520.795 



2,138,321 

1,315,486 

4,675,984 

1,338,512 

21,468,706 

1,160,410 
4,437,557 
978,189 
2,546,375 
9,461,255 



49,520,795 



24,695,520 
4,496,323 



164,961 
4,727 
37,225 

482,338 

103,019 

38,522 

1,876 

150,644 

23,121 
261,467 

91,928 
130,615 



30,732,785 



18,054,930 

2,479,421 

165,435 

233,594 

345,604 

50,354 

320,062 
668,603 
24,631 
134,000 
621,446 
157,648 

428,360 

211,459 

56,069 

27,874 

3,578,350 



27,557,840 



3,174,946 
3,137,721 
22,224 
1,412,505 
1,762,441 



1,050,775 
192,324 



8,521,275 

17,575,053 

256,112 

992,245 
2,324,905 
3,510.906 

238,895 

2,354,039 

11,370,569 

721,419 

13,427,991 

27,728,796 

8,673,214 

403,710 
153,612 
631,008 
137,756 
20,277 
1.887,573 



82,722,930 



3,367,852 

1,742,721 
10,330,396 

2,375,371 
34,798,219 

2,284,075 
7,952,756 
1,606,255 
4,529,185 
13,735,600 



82,722,930 



38,540,924 
8,406,413 



239,309 
7,366 
57,000 

746,576 
172,494 
45,801 
2,180 
242,901 

13,385 
245,055 
112,814 
361,306 



28,451,032 
4,362,171 
199,618 
356,481 
567,582 
82,297 

575,133 

1,142,221 

35,531 

377,930 
1,090,011 

114,303 

761,181 

357,855 

80, 137 

53,744 

5,533,425 



44,245,759 



5,047,755 
4,990,755 
45,077 
2,304,713 
2,743,052 



1,532,965 

212.070 



33,542,912 

76,089,345 

998,672 

1,588,814 

5,304,140 

11,365,147 

742,843 

3,274,500 

■ 45,355,328 

3,816,334 

92,996,669 

132,015,228 

44,236,953 

4,672,123 
2,227,533 
1,099,231 
1,241,589 
494,933 
7,846,411 



379,092,523 



11,606,379 

4,198,885 

41,630,709 

9,046,690 

194,860,429 

5,670,482 
38,985,894 

5,197,915 
12,341,885 
55,553,360 



379,092,628 



120,107,014 
27,438,680 



1,002,878 
46,295 
196,257 

4,697,480 

849,375 

139,369 

3,356 

383,268 

7,143 

1,221,302 

480,239 

435,250 



157,007,906 



85,791,438 

14,388,671 

501,158 

1,224,433 

2,204,919 

300,773 

2,172,385 
5,321,466 
107,265 
1,541,442 
4,509,791 
1,721,635 

1,236,202 

1,561,204 

486,946 

156,934 

12,260,507 



135,487,220 



21,520,686 
21,324,429 
38,619 
9,282,244 
12,238,442 



6,889,185 

681,795 



Includes stock not designated as to type. 
'Deficit. 
aOTZ: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



112 CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 

MANUFACTURING AND TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 17. —BEGINNING AND ENDING INVENTORIES, RELATED GROSS SALES AND TOTAL ASSETS, AND AGGREGATE GROSS SALES, FOR SELECTED INDUSTRIAL GROUPS 



Total manuracLuring 
and trade 


Manufacturing and trade corporation returns 


Returns with both beginning and end of year inventory data 


corporat 


LOn returns 






















Gross 




Gross 


Total 


Inventories, 




Gross 


Total 


Inventories, 


Inventories, 


Number of 


sales 


Number of 


sales 


assets 


end of 


Number of 


sales 


assets 


beginning 


end of 


returns 




returns 






year 


returns 






of year 


year 




fn»~m< 




rTlnuun* 




(ThouMiind 




(Thou»»nd 


(Thousartd 


(Thouaand 


(Thouaaitd 




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dollar,) 


doltarmi 


dollar, i 


dollar,) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


15) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


Ul) 


129,828 


296,481,234 


124,199 


293,360,412 


201,360,303 


44,422,431 


100,265 


287,694,795 


197,086,510 


39,694,533 


43,765,488 


3,062 


6,638,946 


2,962 


6,569,916 


4,139,841 


1,051,301 


2,644 


6,447,148 


4,027,557 


1,024,868 


1,016,310 


11,343 


37,811,064 


10,809 


37,607, CX)8 


13,844,5U 


3,526,066 


9,335 


37,037,824 


13,601,179 


3,330,979 


3,487,637 


154 


3,861,420 


148 


3,831,304 


2,909,590 


1,888,531 


117 


3,815,896 


2,897,911 


1,943,046 


1,884,386 


5,699 


13,408,727 


5,545 


13,315,367 


9,398,677 


2,495,969 


4,404 


12,955,048 


9,085,595 


2,279,941 


2,449,684 


14,383 


9,520,342 


13,808 


9,458,096 


3,783,515 


1,432,480 


10,010 


8,942,022 


3,514,660 


1,239,898 


1,372,406 


6,322 


6,237,326 


5,968 


6,104,583 


4,179,913 


913,614 


4,540 


5,757,715 


3,925,148 


806,896 


874,176 


5,068 


4,163,635 


4,873 


4,123,571 


1,995,126 


607,862 


4,322 


3,988,368 


1,919,656 


502,191 


591,695 


3,251 


9,810,741 


3,144 


9,543,418 


8,129,413 


1,123,731 


2,806 


9,407,905 


8,055,474 


982,878 


1,112,661 


14,800 


9,117,969 


14,011 


9, 04'., 690 


6,328,565 


740,769 


9,699 


8,395,322 


5,786,452 


686,927 


734,350 


7,975 


21,333,385 


7,516 


21,006,632 


18,491,577 


3,144,413 


6,493 


20,363,666 


17,914,145 


2,813,923 


3,053,851 


754 


29,708,027 


714 


29,430,548 


30,527,529 


2,730,975 


576 


29,111,181 


30,189,435 


2,533,873 


2,678,433 


845 


5,758,260 


843 


5,755,817 


3,414,749 


986,421 


737 


5,651,386 


3,382,301 


837,995 


981,481 


2,760 


3.394,765 


2,665 


3,362,824 


1,614,766 


549,852 


2,323 


3,310,108 


1,578,525 


502,531 


538,933 


4,535 


7,831,021 


4,353 


7,780,433 


6,103,159 


941,107 


3,728 


7,671,381 


6,016,481 


836,400 


927,091 


3,395 


25,605,932 


3,322 


25,488,584 


20,544,595 


3,640,630 


2,741 


25,183,860 


20,295,855 


3,276,428 


3,609,327 


12,492 


15,515,945 


12,038 


15,167,084 


8,971,539 


2,688,457 


10,044 


14,843,671 


3,754,798 


2,206,632 


2,652,329 


12,701 


22,317,639 


12,247 


21,862,297 


17,399,673 


5,328,448 


10,041 


21,448,240 


16,996,902 


4,577,582 


5,251,332 


4,300 


15,340,619 


4,068 


15,166,193 


9,949,407 


2,845,003 


3,355 


15,037,809 


9,813,036 


2,608,659 


2,822,738 


1,391 


10,740,389 


1,253 


10,717,866 


6,810,262 


2,416,888 


1,002 


10,675,897 


6,773,007 


2,270,985 


2,412,327 


1,326 


26,946,875 


1,235 


26,875,473 


15,525,648 


3,212,172 


1,103 


26,755,201 


15,464,717 


2,476,998 


3,191,959 


99 


324,115 


99 


324,115 


213,604 


49.052 


42 


320,402 


206,016 


59,896 


48,481 


2,215 


4,301,047 


2,110 


4,146,302 


3,159,448 


965,361 


1,829 


4,102,086 


3,121,865 


884,243 


952,231 


10,958 


6,793,045 


10,468 


6,678,291 


3,925,193 


1,143,329 


8,374 


6,472,659 


3,765,795 


1,010,764 


1,121,670 


264,968 


201,716,280 


248,071 


199,014,843 


69,112,739 


21,578,189 


193,701 


185,458,232 


63,866,105 


18,565,141 


20,778,605 


86,280 


96,352,791 


83,001 


95,198,405 


31,898,959 


9,701,673 


59,237 


86,973,576 


28,683,419 


8,530,017 


9,408,769 


154,931 


95,754,304 


143,216 


94,330,174 


33,314,716 


10,720,369 


118,799 


89,720,309 


31,636,947 


9,019,358 


10,274,329 


23,757 


9,609,185 


21,854 


9,486,264 


3,899,064 


1,156,147 


15,665 


8,764,347 


3,545,739 


1,015,766 


1,095,507 



Manufacturing 

Beverages 

Food and kindred products 

Tobacco manufactures 

Textile-mill products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics 

Lumber and wood products, except furniture.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products.. 

Printing, publishing, and allied Industries. 
Chemicals and allied products 

Petroleum and coal products 

Rubber products 

Leather and products 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Primary metal industries 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, 

machinery, and transportation equipment.... 
Itechinery, except transportation equipment 

and electrical 

Electrical machinery and equipment 

Transportation equipment, except motor 

vehicles 

Uotor vehicles a.nd equipment, except elec- 
trical. 

Ordnance and accessories 

Scientific instruments; photographic equip- 
ment; watches, clocks 

Other manufacturing. 

Trade 

Wholesale 

Retail 

Not allocable 

N01£: See text for explanatory statements aDd for "Descriptitui of the Saiif)le and Limitations of Data.' 



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BETIRNS SHOWING PAYMENT OF ESTIMATED TAX 

Table 19.— «ET INCOME, TAX, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT CLAIMED, AND PAYMENTS OF ESTIMATED TAX, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME, BY MONTH IN WHICH ACCOUNTING PERIOD 

ENDED, DECEMBER 1955-JUNE 1956 



Size of net income 



Number ol" 
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(ThotoJind 
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Credit Tor 

taxes paid 

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doltara) 



Payments on 

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doltara) 



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(Thousand 
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Payments on 

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(Thoaaand 
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Total 



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Under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 or more 

Total 

Hetoms without net income.. 
Grand total 

Under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 or more 

Total 

Hetoms without net income.. 
Grand total — 

Under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 or more 

Total 

Hetums without net income.. 
Grand total 

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$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 or more 

Total 

Hetums without net Income.. 
Grand total 

Under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000... 
$1,000,000 under $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000 
$10,000,000 or more 

Total 

Betomg withcMt net income.. 
Grand total 



2,883 

3,738 

2,550 

2,468 

402 

498 

12,539 

44 

12,583 



426,240 

1,333,611 
1,785,775 
5,247,560 
2,805,238 
24,978,542 

36,577,016 

'8,447 

36,568,569 



201,785 

647,342 

862,253 

2,470,192 

1,298,770 

11,210,494 

16,690,836 



361 

2,759 

4,607 

28,460 

22,626 

597,515 

656,328 



12,772 

34,371 

62,152 

206,381 

116,737 

962,543 



218 
1,395,174 



2,282 
2,880 
2,004 
2,012 
344 
459 

9,981 

38 

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331,104 
1,027,916 
1,409,261 
4,288,065 
2,399,678 
23,569,373 

33,025,397 

'7,680 

33,017,717 



156,424 

497, 368 

676,525 

1,999,916 

1,094,726 

10,497,018 

14,921,977 



14,921,977 



328 

2,656 

3,921 

22,411 

20,865 

591,734 

641,915 



641,915 



Period ended January 1956 



Period ended February 1956 



83 
164 
101 

91 

7 
7 

453 



14,117 
58,372 
69,438 

197,882 
52,464 

537,494 

929,767 



929,767 



6,822 
28,548 
34,859 
96,549 
27,049 
277,065 

470,892 



8 
819 

1 
433 



410 
1,196 
2,018 
6,745 
3,395 
23,388 

37,152 



6,584 
22,979 
22,545 
70,684 
38, 361 
160,449 

321,602 



3,129 
11,091 
10,923 
35,161 
19,681 
75,535 

155,520 



875 
1,327 



Period ended llarch 1956 



Period ended April 1956 



92 


16,026 


7,593 


144 


51,010 


24,857 


98 


67,318 


33,024 


67 


146,976 


69,153 


8 


57,145 


29,458 


7 


190,714 


98,666 


416 


529,189 


262,751 


2 


'58 


- 


418 


529,131 


262,751 



844 
573 
233 



628 
1,264 
2,256 
5,022 
1,928 
7,931 

19,029 



85 
104 
73 
59 
6 
3 

330 



15,405 
36,921 
50,590 
117,965 
36,711 
57,553 

315,146 



7,349 
18,323 
24,949 
58,624 
18,653 
27,677 

155,575 



2 

120 

495 

87 

1,921 

2,625 



Period ended liay 1956 



Period ended Jiine 1956 



234 

1 



9,756 
26,687 
39,157 
61,407 
51,800 
163,931 

352,738 

'302 

352,436 



■ 4,616 
13,044 
19,223 
30,169 
25,662 
84,446 

177,160 



177,160 



17 
386 
621 



463 
636 
1,326 
2,533 
2,290 
5,975 

13,223 



156 
276 
166 
145 
21 



1 
774 



27,491 
99,253 
115,528 
308,761 
144,498 
207,871 

903,502 

'150 

903,352 



13,249 
49,214 
56,893 

156,471 
70,796 

106,990 

453,613 



Part year returns, period ended January-June 1956 



5,757 
10,473 
11,838 
55,819 
24,631 
91,157 

199,675 



2,603 

4,897 

5,857 

24,149 

12,745 

43,097 

93,348 



93,348 



1,267 
2,564 



316 
508 
1,096 
3,278 
1,316 
2,593 

9,107 



9,471 
26,444 
49,167 

169,619 
98,992 

904,226 

1,257,919 
195 

1,258,114 



i58 

601 

711 

2,874 

1,695 

6,495 

12,634 



403 
955 
1,680 
4,824 
1,556 
2,186 

11,609 

2 
11,611 



4 


818 


32 


2,767 


441 


3,898 


1,870 


11,486 


479 


5,565 


1,040 


9,749 


3,866 


34,283 


- 


^') 



34,283 



^Deficit. 

^ess them $%0. 

KSE: See tert 



'or explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and LiiuitatioDS of Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



U7 



CONSOLIDATED RETl'RNS 



Table 20.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY INDUSraiAL DIVISION 





Returns 








Returns with balance 


sheets by industrial division 








Agri- 












Finance, 






Total 


without 
balance 


All 
industrial 


culture, 
fores- 


Mining 
and 


Con- 
struc- 


yanufac- 
turing 


Public 
utilities 


Trade 


insurance, 
real estate. 




of 




sheets 


divisions 


try, and 


^luarrying 


tion 




and lessors, 












fishery 












of real 
property 




allocable 


(1) 


(2) 


;3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


18) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


2,906 


70 


2,836 


17 


134 


109 


775 


268 


670 


593 


266 


4 


10,966 


210 


10,756 


62 


390 


277 


2,684 


1,616 


2,177 


2,007 


1,536 


7 


(IhouM^nd dolUraJ 






5,249,673 


24, U6 


166,662 


36,507 


1,960,630 


1,360,871 


316,548 


1,198,907 


185,387 


15 


_ 


_ 


10,864,510 


39,810 


225,675 


192,562 


4,418,085 


1,219,452 


666,846 


3,888,545 


213,057 


478 


- 


- 


279,230 


865 


3,324 


330 


203,858 


20,829 


14,669 


32,662 


2,693 


- 


_ 


_ 


657,377 


27 


38 


72 


622,143 


20,251 


14,342 


_ 


504 


. 


- 


- 


1,893,389 


36 


9,896 


1,479 


873,132 


598,930 


344,054 


1,786 


64,026 


_ 


- 


~ 


3,886,025 


2,713 


127,259 


9,430 


2,410,074 


906,260 


265,264 


18,378 


146,647 


_ 


- 


- 


574,373 


35,995 


25,433 


3,998 


366,769 


82,479 


21,353 


18,633 


19,210 


3 


- 


- 


564,978 


6,351 


540 


377 


41,662 


4,243 


10,736 


500,968 


101 


- 


_ 


_ 


5,689,252 


49,896 


56,166 


9,192 


2,136,198 


1,710,688 


93,369 


1,613,999 


19,744 


_ 


- 


- 


378,703 


- 


15,827 


776 


295,581 


530,515 


9,515 


9,987 


16,502 


- 


- 


- 


11,853,302 


40,177 


187,693 


69,890 


5,174,693 


3,095,169 


225,545 


2,508,066 


551,597 


472 


- 


- 


85,952,039 


402,027 


1,699,047 


175,814 


22,327,073 


58,673,642 


829,304 


1,001,602 


842,975 


55 


- 


- 


25,609,774 


200,734 


851,182 


44,392 


10,231,452 


13,287,784 


328,874 


211,702 


403,647 


7 


_ 


_ 


3,363,093 


23 


729,443 


447 


2,473,951 


48,224 


24,487 


36,310 


208 


. 


- 


- 


1,629,876 


- 


347,599 


214 


1,242,823 


19,649 


5,405 


14,177 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,205,743 


4,587 


30,631 


17,079 


516,949 


265, U4 


56,717 


125,438 


189,178 


_ 


- 


_ 


931,565 


6 


35,932 


913 


366,278 


28,161 


16,704 


5,732 


27,763 


26 


- 


- 


497,740 


_ 


17,413 


1 


479,226 


704 


201 


115 


80 


_ 


- 


- 


2,529,149 


14,895 


23,381 


14,157 


349,790 


1,676,607 


92,513 


293,943 


53,862 


1 


- 


- 


108,126,551 


419,090 


2,119,155 


487,756 


32,625,649 


56,891,690 


2,639,148 


U,018,688 


1,924,332 


1,043 


- 


- 


5,829,987 


16,822 


137,229 


85,965 


3,295,465 


1,358,891 


534,191 


246,918 


154,407 


99 


_ 


_ 


2,543,966 


7,123 


112,347 


53,968 


472,244 


473,829 


233,947 


1,112,213 


67,793 


2 


_ 


- 


23,387,696 


2,440 


312,469 


132,576 


4,280,722 


21,082,342 


361,916 


2,277,255 


437,945 


31 


- 


- 


3,623,504 


6,786 


97,758 


9,974 


931,303 


2,363,824 


81,567 


62,802 


69,476 


9 


- 


- 


8,281,540 


U,033 


43,416 


92,959 


747,103 


2,135,757 


135,567 


5,052,914 


62,773 


18 


- 


- 


3,343,768 


13 


60,317 


3,634 


547,983 


2,486,287 


126,671 


80,363 


37,817 


183 


_ 


- 


24,369,155 


207,453 


377,905 


30,282 


8,258,636 


14,573,186 


252,989 


473,171 


189,955 


578 


- 


- 


2,505,005 


26,061 


54,604 


6,964 


1,302,409 


685,688 


45,007 


311,963 


72,309 


_ 


- 


_ 


7,729,213 


3,949 


333,407 


16,292 


2,820,879 


3,516,305 


204,744 


483,485 


344,921 


231 


- 


- 


21,012,717 


137,410 


589,203 


50,142 


9,968,900 


8,210,581 


657,549 


912,104 


486,936 


^108 


- 


- 


108,126,551 


419,090 


2,U9,155 


487,756 


32,625,649 


56,891,690 


2,639,148 


u,oie,68e 


1,924,332 


1,043 


46,161,984 


167,804 


45,994,180 


417,528 


1,101,129 


20,729 


33,845,461 


2,235,273 


8,139,659 


90,860 


143,541 




24,002,360 


46,623 


23,955,737 


100,238 


377,640 


470,951 


1,478,124 


19,021,946 


231,590 


1,054,793 


1,220,442 


13 


103,120 


228 


102,892 


895 


1,339 


126 


40,318 


24,532 


1,761 


33,324 


597 




2,130 


- 


2,130 


21 


7 


_ 


240 


792 


48 


1,021 


1 


_ 


U,704 


63 


11,641 


158 


46 


37 


772 


553 


147 


9,879 


49 


_ 


358,278 


3,730 


354,548 


634 


2,472 


422 


82,124 


79,701 


7,465 


177,605 


4,125 


_ 


602,821 


1,637 


601,184 


1,737 


5,605 


6,024 


181,986 


292,072 


19,826 


48,229 


45,700 


5 


104,599 


107 


104,492 


31 


5,063 


4,042 


45,702 


21,841 


913 


18,390 


3,010 


_ 


3,538 


6 


3,532 


- 


117 


4 


1,815 


139 


372 


1,071 


14 


- 


221,354 


2,042 


219,312 


885 


12,000 


3,567 


105,286 


38,668 


8,932 


44,731 


5,243 


- 


42,064 


145 


41,919 


1,041 


5,532 


549 


1,422 


5,398 


552 


27,202 


223 


- 


568,016 


687 


567,329 


328 


6,478 


1,760 


407,324 


90,285 


7,192 


45,974 


7,988 


. 


232,549 


1 


232,548 


457 


98 


688 


193,355 


12,114 


7,062 


10,384 


8,390 


_ 


321,408 


2,683 


318,725 


3,000 


12,205 


5,272 


146,640 


31,540 


30,722 


10,174 


29,137 


35 


72,735,925 


225,756 


72,510,169 


526,953 


1,529,731 


514,171 


36,530,569 


21,904,854 


8,456,241 


1,574,137 


1,473,460 


53 


35,890,953 


124,765 


35,766,188 


275,254 


801,553 


17,226 


26,033,646 


1,753,626 


6,732,937 


68,728 


33,218 




13,759,935 


30,631 


13,729,304 


775 


212,254 


398,017 


643,372 


11,203,590 


131,221 


295,274 


844,801 


_ 


342,348 


1,810 


341,038 


89,318 


11,442 


8,524 


106,924 


36,302 


35,101 


32,581 


20,832 


14 


968,223 


3,779 


964,449 


15,272 


9,798 


2,554 


■273,144 


493,587 


92,120 


31,414 


46,558 


2 


765,359 


2,163 


763,196 


797 


18,206 


3,038 


638,495 


60,543 


14,312 


12,978 


14,327 


_ 


88,516 


481 


38,035 


141 


1,039 


628 


25,044 


25,791 


7,552 


25,264 


2,576 


_ 


1,232,038 


3,166 


1,228,872 


330 


16,281 


6,431 


214,930 


762,226 


25,635 


185,441 


17,546 


2 


2,440,736 


5,215 


2,435,571 


10,561 


50,090 


6,419 


712,980 


1,475,161 


67,097 


76,226 


37,033 


4 


36,610 


75 


36,535 


23 


918 


121 


17,535 


12,398 


1,963 


2,576 


946 


_ 


663,311 


248 


663,063 


1 


4,648 


6 


268,572 


381,711 


5,421 


394 


2,310 


_ 


2,665,347 


7,931 


2,657,416 


16,843 


77,944 


14,515 


388,129 


1,483,238 


55,312 


66,283 


55,148 


4 


1,136,600 


1,491 


1,135,109 


3 


117,976 


578 


971,730 


33,793 


1,961 


8,994 


24 


_ 


443,039 


3,450 


439,589 


1,158 


3,936 


1,093 


252,973 


61,737 


64,227 


10,390 


44,075 


_ 


615,665 


543 


615,122 


828 


23,691 


2,029 


243,608 


305,885 


22,399 


10,033 


6,599 


- 


193,367 


617 


192,750 


1,170 


5,258 


447 


96,978 


76,424 


8,843 


2,092 


1,538 


- 


66,945 


409 


66,536 


2 


1,430 


112 


36,569 


11,633 


4,172 


11,658 


956 


4 


5,575,514 


35,893 


5,539,621 


61,574 


146,220 


38,620 


2,712,691 


791,107 


1,056,041 


529,982 


203,346 


40 


66,885,061 


222,667 


66,662,394 


474,050 


1,502,684 


500,353 


34,137,420 


18,968,752 


8,326,869 


1,370,358 


1,381,833 


70 


5,850,864 


3,089 


5,847,775 


52,903 


27,047 


13,813 


2,393,149 


2,936,102 


129,372 


203,779 


91,627 


^17 


5,839,160 


3,026 


5,836,134 


52,745 


27,001 


13,776 


2,392,3T7 


2,935,549 


129,225 


193,900 


91,578 


^17 


83,180 


978 


82,202 


450 


1,401 


1,545 


32,762 


30,972 


4,686 


7,183 


3,203 


_ 


2,784,540 


3,064 


2,781,476 


23,560 


24,757 


3,596 


1,047,428 


1,478,470 


72,884 


79,374 


46,407 


_ 


3,066,324 


25 


3,066,299 


29,343 


2,290 


5,217 


1,34', 721 


1,457,632 


56,438 


124,405 


45,220 


'17 


2,691,476 


734 


2,690,742 


27,045 


53,758 


9,486 


1,097,990 


1,326,385 


37,614 


93,989 


44,475 




272,705 


- 


272,70^- 


- 


380 


434 


245,342 


19,098 


580 


6,325 


7C 


- 



Number of consolidated returns. 
Number of subsidiaries 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and actiounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States 
possessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 



Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and 
depreciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Accximulated depletion.. 

Land 



Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization. 
Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less tlian 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserve 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits- 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations.. 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
amortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by 

net long-terra capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain induced by 

net short-tenn capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital 

assets. 
Dividends, domestic corporations. . .. — . 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. -. ■' 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid ■ 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

.Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advert islng 

Amounts contributed under pension plans. 
Amounts contributed under other employee 

plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital 

assets. 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit or net loss (4fl less 

66). 

Net income or deficit (67 less 38) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 

less 70). 

Dividends paid: 

Cash ajid assets other than own stock 

Corporat ion ' s own stock 



^Includes stock not designated as to type. 

^Loss or deficit. 

'Loss after total taxpayroent, 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data.' 



118 



COPPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS 



Table 21.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



Returns 
without 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets 



Under 
$25,000 



$25,000 

under 
$50,000 



$50,000 

under 
$100,000 



$100,000 

under 
$250,000 



$250,000 

under 
$500,000 



$500,000 

under 
$1,000,000 



(2) 



O) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



Number of consolidated returns 

Number of subsidiaries 

Assets : 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations; 

States, Territories, and United States possessions 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation 

Depletable assets 

Less : Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortisation 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts : 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable bond premium) 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-terra capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends , foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss , sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Compiled net profit or net loss (i8 less 66) 

Net income or deficit (67 less ^8) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 leas 70) 

Dividends paid; 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock 



2,906 
10,966 



46,161,984 
24,002,360 

103,120 
2,130 
11,704 
358,278 
602,821 

104, 599 
3,538 
221,354 
42,064 
568,016 
232, 549 
321,408 



35,890,953 

13,759,935 

342,848 

968,228 

765,359 

88,516 

1,232,038 
2,440,786 
36,610 
663,311 
2,665,347 
1,136,600 

443,039 

615,665 

193,367 

66,945 

5,575,514 



66,885,061 



5,850,864 
5,839,160 
83,180 
2,784,540 
3,066,324 



2,691,476 
272,705 



70 

210 



2,836 
10,756 



U8 
209 



340 

444 



392 

649 



(Thmiannd liollm 



167,804 
46,623 



63 
3,730 
1,637 

107 

6 

2,042 

145 

687 

1 

2,683 



124,765 

30,631 

1,810 

3,779 

2,163 

481 

3,166 
5,215 
75 
248 
7,931 
1,491 

3,450 

543 

617 

409 

35,893 



3,089 

3,026 

978 

3,064 

25 



5,249,673 

10,864,510 

279,230 

657,377 
1,893,389 
3,886,025 

574, 373 

564,978 

5,689,252 

878,703 

11,853,302 

85,952,039 

25,609,774 

3,363,093 
1,629,876 
1,205,743 
981,565 
497,740 
2,529,149 



10^126,551 



5,829,987 

2,543,966 

28,887,696 

3,623,504 

8,281,540 

3,343,768 
24,369,155 
2,505,005 
7,729,213 
21,012,717 



108,126,551 



45,994,180 
23,955,737 

102, 892 

2,130 

11,641 

354,548 

601,184 

104,492 
3,532 
219,312 
41,919 
567,329 
232, 548 
318,725 



72,510,169 



35,766,188 

13,729,304 

341,038 

964,449 

763,196 

83,035 

1,223,872 
2,435,571 
36,535 
663,063 
2,657,416 
1,135,109 

439,589 

615,122 

192,750 

66,536 

5,539,621 



66,662,394 



5,847,775 
5,836,134 
82,202 
2,781,476 
3,066,299 



2,690,742 
272,705 



131 
195 
19 



2 

71 
481 
311 



3,833 

121 

1,253 

129 

215 

25 
881 
25 
99 
'5,912 



669 



6,927 
2,418 



9,479 



5,476 

1,177 

203 

221 

16 

55 

55 
109 
6 
2 
597 
33 



=374 

'375 

61 



299 
677 



241 
51 



457 

1,152 

621 



704 

282 

1,344 

210 

225 

154 

929 

12 

154 

'1,454 



2,560 



5,713 
2,923 



4,109 
1,445 
535 
480 
66 
46 

61 
157 

12 

1 

166 



112 

1 

26 

9 

1,861 



9,087 



'115 
'115 



39 
3154 



1,152 

2,775 

165 

3 
662 
871 



1,283 
5,176 
2,568 



271 

145 

3 

582 



2,686 

1,339 

2,144 

424 

950 

474 

3,14« 

114 

1,773 

'2,647 



10,405 



18,684 
8,011 



70 
368 



127 

105 

11 



14, 322 

4,317 

1,317 

1,239 

162 

203 

158 
533 
28 



355 
31 
51 



28,370 



'617 
'617 

157 
118 
3735 



6,307 

15,411 

305 

89 
3,146 
7,477 

645 

19 

339 

172 

6,144 

27,556 

14,449 

326 

45 

1,836 

606 

4 

2,527 



57,797 



13,976 

6,978 
10,913 
3,270 
4,330 

2,741 

22,683 

421 

4,256 

'11,771 



57,797 



1U,769 
28,534 



2 
238 
928 

118 

1 

836 

334 

50 



85,716 

15,943 

5,642 

3,390 

725 

504 

1,133 

2,247 

94 

56 

2,891 

31 

2,362 

132 

232 

654 

24,383 



146,135 



'181 
'183 
1,064 
794 
'975 



12,656 

36,595 

912 

176 
8,874 
16, 199 

1,894 

27 

705 

310 

15,909 

68,132 

33,722 

1,388 
725 
6,344 
1,660 
27 
4,315 



27,850 

16,853 

24,869 

5,704 

7,275 

6,375 
32,031 
1,857 
8,255 
8,729 



139,798 



237,661 
60,947 



554 
1,856 

769 

57 

1,298 

1,122 

120 

13 

2,352 



173,926 
37,923 
9,407 
6,514 
1,619 
1,331 

2,287 

4,809 

164 

214 

6,091 

213 

5,470 

463 

567 

326 

49,366 



305,690 



1,087 
1,083 
2,147 
1,721 
'634 



1,019 
118 



(9) 



413 
780 



23,303 
67,275 
1,656 

319 
17,163 
31,694 

3,275 

1 

2,184 

403 

43,515 

141,287 

58,349 

4,136 

1,318 

12,527 

4,196 

24 



46, 337 

37,705 
68,689 
10,896 
13,920 

1A,530 
52,736 
3,285 
22,411 
28,510 



299,019 



424,619 
103,001 



20 
1,346 
3,853 

743 

121 

2,174 

1,467 

226 

4 

4,500 



332,557 
65,074 
12,167 
3,977 
3,016 
2,116 

4,932 

8,122 

198 

94 

10,911 

366 

7,347 

754 

782 

878 

83,876 



542,217 



'92 

'112 

2,339 

2,907 

'2,999 



1,216 
413 



Sec footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



119 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS 



Table 21.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS— Continued 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets — Continued 



$1,000,000 

under 
$2,500,000 



$2,500,000 

under 
$5,000,000 



$5,000,000 

under 

$10,000,000 



$10,000,000 

under 
$25,000,000 



$25,000,000 

under 
$50,000,000 



$50,000,000 

under 

$100,000,000 



$100,000,000 

under 
$250,000,000 



$250,000,000 
or more 



(10) 



(12) 



(U) 



(U) 



(15) 



(16) 



Number of consolidated returns 

Number of subsidiaries 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less : Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories : 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less : Accumulated amortization and depreciation 

Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable - 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, connon^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sales ' 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable bond premium) 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital loss. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions : 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property '. 

Repairs 

Bad debts : 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 

Contributions or gifts , 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss , sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions 

Conpiled net profit or net loss (^ less 66) 

Net income or deficit (67 less 38) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 less 70) 

Dividends paid; 

Cash and assets other than own stock 

Corporation's own stock ; 



504 
1,263 



301 
1,019 



213 
1,036 



166 

1,U2 



72 
794 



53 
546 



43 
1,033 



(Thouaand dollarg) 



59,839 

163, 596 

3,610 

2,347 
37,995 
71,296 

8,657 

1,934 

10,983 

1,370 

145,448 

381,790 

156,255 

13,336 
8,584 

30,362 

8,952 

318 

24,208 



793,347 



97,522 

79,463 

243,543 

28,348 

44,133 

35,721 
126,232 
11,907 
59,460 
67,018 



793, 347 



874,490 
224,587 

287 

7 

95 

3,644 

10,220 

2,004 
84 
5,677 
3,148 
1,252 
21 
10,564 



1,136,080 



687,272 

133,384 

21,707 

14,330 

6,672 

2,806 

13,341 
22,073 
408 
536 
28, 354 
2,068 

15,424 

2,733 

1,320 

4,167 

172,313 



1,167 
1,072 
4,283 
8,913 
^7,746 



5,044 
1,066 



30,689 

195,869 

5,748 

1,303 
33,423 
97,485 

12,523 

2,331 
15,525 

4,696 
223, 569 
495,398 
204,536 

30,727 
10,629 
47,179 
13,871 
1,644 
29,003 



1,061,539 



111,053 

100,422 
373,596 
77,591 
63,536 

53, 154 
122,490 
15,215 
92,779 
51,752 



949,874 
310,602 



75 
3,466 
13,160 

1,405 

45 

9,115 

3,407 

1,419 

921 

11,466 



1,305,317 



726,381 

199,970 

21,545 

18,708 

9,457 

3,047 

19,796 
30,811 
710 
311 
37,963 
4,193 

21,852 
5,550 
2,323 
4,227 

186,678 



1,293,527 



11,790 
11,714 
6,517 
13,517 
'1,727 



6,669 

1,097 



126,251 

246,765 

6,506 

10,994 
50,667 
134,584 

16, 335 

1,538 

31,004 

2,887 

271,063 

761,351 

301,561 

81, 170 
41,072 
42,038 
17,515 
433 
48,590 



139,904 

135, 597 

486,733 

57,751 

99,535 

57,276 
170,737 

35,773 
150,838 
149,081 



1,493,235 



1,265,365 
459,307 



43 
2,.985 
14,875 

3,408 

137 

14,695 

3,765 

4,735 

180 

14,853 



958,000 

308,253 

18,225 

24,339 

14,451 

2,494 

26,470 

46,107 

637 

2,188 
54, 20 J 

9,003 

19,091 
6,163 
3,856 
5,201 

264,207 



1,762,1 



22,132 
22,089 

7,346 
15,964 

6,168 



3,404 

1,708 



194,378 

451,476 

6,470 

9,196 
65,515 
2U,487 

22,023 

8,851 

33,956 

22,055 

456,822 

1,450,780 

540,221 

154,704 
49,312 
75,467 
27, X9 
971 
68,546 



271,402 

227,040 

793,335 

89,224 

126,996 

79,589 
335,377 

68,489 
291,757 
376,422 



2,559,631 



1,828,380 
685,150 



295 

5,920 

27,295 

19,252 
1,066 

22,393 
5,305 

11,594 
809 

25,528 



1,482,748 
467, 311 
28, 169 
28,259 
17,039 
6,001 

42,773 
55,133 
1,338 
5,052 
82,795 
23,793 

17,746 
13,630 
5,199 
8,155 

284,103 



64,770 
54,475 
13,590 
34,417 
30,353 



33,960 

7,237 



207,978 
459,943 

15,734 

2,455 
80,375 
217, 105 

30,004 

20, 540 
48,839 
10, 132 

488,359 
1,449,793 

539,943 

220,361 
103,921 
52,493 
51,837 
17,001 
45,251 



2,723,932 



234, 117 

171,441 

656,544 

30,639 

223,609 

96,309 
281,640 

99,271 
312,177 

563,185 



2,728,932 



2,093,952 
530,544 



642 
14,379 
12,782 

7,119 
119 
17,305 
10,566 
9,201 
965 
29,915 



1,642,535 
334,015 
20,136 
21,740 
13,786 
5,607 

34,220 

92,173 

1,003 

3,463 

68,875 

50,933 

32,201 

12,175 

5,119 

8,134 

316,257 



61,028 
60,386 
2,552 
38,060 
22,968 



39,417 

8,357 



302,453 
507,233 

9,013 

20,473 
99,025 
249,283 

19,228 

74,387 
163,460 

29,315 

593,967 

2,032,748 

710,087 

395,900 
158,774 
93,900 
23,123 
9,717 
136,495 



3,863,900 



326,405 

215,361 
921,514 
141,543 
332, 177 

162,679 
502,435 
117,686 

430,604 
613,494 



1,102,835 
590,548 

4,417 
15 

1,560 
10,923 
25,327 

14,385 
414 
17,984 
4,346 
15,381 
14,485 
16,209 



1,638,896 

425,899 

16,285 

33,171 

25,623 

2,210 

41,576 

71,338 

1,117 

7,933 

77,074 

36,523 

31,674 

16,887 

7,945 

3,435 

322,324 



158,919 
157,359 
14,042 
74,145 
84,774 



99,776 

2,244 



471,767 

770,700 

10,289 

11,484 
164,871 
439,444 

29,495 

37,153 
124,327 

78,583 
1,393,959 
3,916,933 
1,172,414 

64,496 
9,561 
212,669 
29,344 
161 
127, 388 



463,399 

162,165 

1,926,080 

163,055 

546,903 

232,773 
901,477 
227,504 
729,061 
1,278,271 



2,290,595 
1,830,758 

2,957 

32 

783 

22,291 

55, 147 

4,353 

138 

30,379 

1,396 
19,507 

7,471 
36,587 



4,312,895 



1,866,725 

1,242,651 

21,934 

75,460 

36,415 

5,191 

78,616 

119,900 

1,472 

40,566 
123,570 

15,157 

64,150 

20,300 

7,230 

17,880 

379,390 



4,123,708 



189,187 
188,404 
3,442 
110,474 
78,713 



109,234 

18,561 



3,761,970 

7,936,000 

218,739 

597,527 
1,330,572 
2,405,823 

430,013 

417,646 

5,257,393 

728,717 

8,207,731 

75,219,462 

21,874,637 

2,396,435 

1,245,838 

515,602 

802,822 

457,435 

2,033,958 



,334,981 



4,090,798 

1,389,199 

23,367,139 

2,954,710 

6,757,736 

2,551,968 

21,316,358 

1,923,445 

5,565,589 

17,393,039 



,334,981 



33,781,305 
19,018,407 

92,184 

2,015 

8,120 

288,712 

425,319 

50,886 
1,345 
97,273 
6,230 
503,826 
207,578 
165,049 



26,142,424 

10,486,941 

163,756 

727,521 

629,149 

56,419 

962,904 

1,982,054 

29,348 

502,639 
2,158,198 

991,733 

221,629 
535,746 

157,595 

13,367 

3,447,737 



49,309,325 



5,339,074 
5,330,954 
24,558 
2,480,400 
2,858,674 



2,380,558 

231,732 



^Includes stock not designated as to type. 

^Loss or deficit. 

'Loss after total taxpayment. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



120 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RFTURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 22. —BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED IBCOHE STATEMQITS BY INDUSTRIAL DIVISION 



Returns 
without 
balance 
sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by industrial division 



All 
industrial 
divisions 



Agri- 
culture, 

forestry J 

fishery 



and 
quarrying 



[k>nstrucs-| Ifanuf actui»- 
tion 



Public 
utilities 



Finance, 
insurance, 
real estate, 
and lessors 
of real 
property 



business 
not 

allocable 



Ci) 



(2) 



(3) 



M 



(5) 



(6) 



Number of consolidated returns with net 

income. 
Number of subsidiaries 



Assets; 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States 
possessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortisation and 
depreciation. 
Depletable assets 

Less: Acciimulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or nore 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common' 

Surplus reserves , 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less 
aroortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Subject to surtax only 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 



Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by 

net long-term capital loss. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by 

net short-term capital loss. 
Net gain, sales other than capital 

assets. 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 



Total compiled receipts.. 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property. 

Repairs 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid 



Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion 

Advertising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans. 
Amounts contributed under other enployee 
benefit plans. 
Net loss, sales other than capital assets 
Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit (48 less 66) 

Net Income (67 less 38) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 

less 70). 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock.., 
Corporation's own stock , 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



1,759 
7,540 



1,725 
7,«1 



1,923 



1,248 



174 
1,230 



(Thottmand doltara) 



41,830,678 
22,695,498 



101,626 
2,119 
11,603 
343,674 
546,693 

93,875 
3,020 

205,022 

29,984 

563,785 
231,376 
285,056 



66,944,0CB 



32,269,933 

12,872,197 

294,389 

872,495 

723,808 

75,216 

1,114,725 

2,293,029 

36,304 
624,753 
2,486, 4i6 
1,084,130 
385,733 
595,260 
182,196 

20,945 
4,911,789 



60,843,353 



6,100,656 
6,089,053 
83,180 
2,784,540 
3,316,116 



2,650,915 
264,282 



113,621 
32,884 



63 
3,548 
1,338 



424 
2,344 



79,335 

25,048 

1,005 

2,866 

1,247 

126 

964 

2,870 

71 

59 

3,164 

204 

2,554 

300 

367 

14 
24,994 



145,188 



10,702 
10,639 
978 
3,C64 
7,638 



4,897,830 

10,092,393 

256,789 

648,150 
1,753,638 
3,356,450 

522,351 

563,536 

5,635,320 
853,730 

10,960,857 
81,500,698 
24,210,419 

2,879,932 
1,446,725 
1,009,000 
926,102 
479,813 
2,335,824 



101,542,065 



5,290,334 



2,075, 

26,462, 

3,419, 

7,909, 

3,020, 

23,410, 

2,327, 

7,081, 

20,545, 



41,717,057 
22,662,614 



101,427 

2,119 

11,540 

340,126 

545,355 

93,856 
3,019 



563,361 
231,376 
282,712 



66,788,119 



32,190,598 

12,847,149 

293,384 

869,629 

722,561 

75,090 

1,113,761 

2,290,159 

36,233 
624,699 
2,483,282 
1,083,926 
383,179 
594,960 
181,829 

20,931 
4,886,795 



6C, 693, 165 



6, 389,954 
6,078,414 
62,202 
2,781,476 
3,308,47g 



2,65C,188 
264,282 



24,101 

39,566 

865 



2,713 
35,987 



39,612 
399,602 
200,120 



4,081 
6 



16,779 

6,778 

1,775 

6,782 

10,986 

13 

206,211 

26,061 

1,646 

138,65! 



415,682 



417,271 
100,018 



893 

21 

158 

616 

1,712 



30 



327 

457 

2,994 



274,756 

749 

89,314 

15,271 

787 

141 

238 

10,538 

23 

16,681 

3 

1,156 



2 
61.450 



473,106 



52,988 
52,83C 
45C 
23,560 
29,428 



99,416 

136,350 

596 



7,954 
81,011 
13,501 



36,230 
13,480 

131,283 

1,046,837 

528,567 

325,617 

185,964 

11,267 

267 

14,232 



1,202,731 



67,917 

30,930 
132,450 
41,258 
12,926 
44,882 
251,982 
26,398 
130,652 
463,336 



691,706 
296,625 



1,396 
3,876 

2,683 
91 

7,552 

111 

5,547 

4 

4,875 



509,196 
156,793 
5,544 
6,156 
14,637 
754 
5.357 
31,890 

897 
4,155 
42,862 
80,027 
2,518 
14,184 
3,333 

115 
79,422 



957,840 



57,596 
57,574 
1,401 
24,757 
32,839 



43,740 
424 



29,084 

98,604 

72 

72 

157 

5,868 

2,346 

377 

9,078 
650 

21,907 
69,081 

27,758 

407 

213 

10,991 

58 

6,819 



227,456 



46,992 

8,690 
18,555 

7,284 
38,858 

1,332 
24,924 

6,678 
14,311 
59,832 



227,456 



19,719 
323,624 



198 
2,572 

4,019 
3 

3,080 

168 

1,678 

688 

3,530 



16,340 
267,246 
6,980 
1,741 
2,189 

190 
1,555 
3,968 

116 

3 

6,953 

553 

846 
1,961 

348 

107 
26,859 



337,955 



21,458 

21,436 

1,545 

8,596 

12,862 



7,027 
404 



1,824,917 

4,103,122 

193,699 

613,503 

766,173 

2,049,179 

345,045 

41,105 

2,132,405 
283,759 

5,007,559 
21,246,403 
9,889,480 

2,420,103 
1,228,495 
488,717 
856,165 
478,838 
321,804 



30,709,447 



3,087,022 

323,975 

3,752,680 

871,970 

676,641 

435,494 

7,991,044 

1,253,349 

2,599,158 

9,718,114 



30,709,447 



30,991,353 
1,438,562 



40,090 
240 
747 

76,496 
175,392 

42,081 
1,756 



405,752 
192,768 
135,993 



23,580,717 
622,925 
85,406 
255,728 
611,176 
18,340 
186,150 
663,458 

17,553 
254,256 
835,757 
963,363 
218,357 
235,569 

89,943 

6,790 
2,448,479 



31,093,967 



2,508,673 
2,507,926 
32,762 
1,047,428 
1,461,245 



1,087,778 
237,604 



1,292,339 

1,149,579 

18,113 

20,251 
598,665 
865,027 

76,432 

4,123 

1,705,317 
520,645 

2,982,050 
56,674,442 
12,772,010 

47,782 

19,560 

189,853 

24,887 

671 

1,589,701 



54,930,739 



1,254,078 

449,056 
20,269,118 
2,309,843 
2,022,403 
2,334,423 
14,161,042 
612,405 
3,431,105 
8,087,266 



54,930,739 



2,212,630 
18,223,289 



24,192 
788 
537 

78,189 
268,824 

20,622 
127 



89,871 
12,114 
78,780 



1,732,265 

10,609,980 

32,089 

448,577 

60,138 

25,184 

728,188 

1,427,340 

12,350 

358,394 

1,446,439 

32,054 

60,772 
304,779 

75,283 

4,752 
717,103 



18,075,687 



2,976,653 
2,976,116 
30,972 
1,478,470 
1,498,183 



1,312,234 
19,098 



282 , 105 

539,967 

10,151 

13,757 
315,421 
191,521 

18,841 

10,428 

90,941 
9,055 

189,017 
698,669 
274,024 

14,681 
3,088 
48,007 
13,935 
182 
75,831 



461,637 

149,315 
298,968 

65,314 
117,336 
101,078 
195,545 

33,790 
169,005 
632,743 



7,179,814 
213,165 



144 
6,104 
14,885 



796 
80 



7,002 
7,017 
20,535 



7,459,589 



5,944,776 
126,390 
26,555 
72,289 
12,162 
4,964 
20,487 
57,835 

1,943 

5,357 
45,990 

1,438 
49,687 
21,411 

8,538 

687 
907,562 



151,518 
151,374 



72,884 
78,634 



35,771 
351 



1,167,736 

3,826,433 

31,145 



1,686 
16,156 
12,365 



1,592,194 
9,643 

2,058,977 
614,867 
149,985 

71,136 

9,396 

80,602 

4,368 

105 

269,307 



10,035,514 



214,631 

1,061,379 

1,601,285 

52,057 

4,973,583 

74,005 

398,090 

297,249 

406,976 

956,209 



10,035,514 



72,205 
936,725 



32,903 

1,019 

9,861 

173,454 

34,259 

15,875 
948 

42,591 

22,138 

45,415 
9,998 
8,341 



1,405,737 



54,891 
274,780 

29,395 

28,162 
9,028 

23,637 
156,740 

61,459 

2,407 
306 
39,958 
6,464 
8,893 
9,811 
1,912 

7,570 
467,959 



222,365 
212,504 
7,183 
79,374 
142,991 



92,572 
6,325 



178,132 

198,772 

2,148 

504 
63,582 
144,975 
17,834 

100 

19,259 
16,498 

530,452 
750,797 
368,475 

183 

9 

175,482 

26 ,416 

17 

43,423 



141,228 

45,208 
383,076 
64,512 
56,501 
29,066 
181,943 
71,349 
323,683 
489,199 



132,359 
1,130,606 



580 

1 

49 

3,673 

43,835 

7,750 
14 

4,061 

179 

7,769 

8,330 

27,664 



1,366,870 



77,657 
783,286 
18,101 
41,705 
12,444 
1,880 
15,046 
33,671 

944 

2,228 

48,642 

24 

40,950 

6,417 

1,303 

903 
177,961 



98,703 
98,654 
3,203 
46,407 
52,296 



44,021 

76 



^Includes Etock not designated 83 to type. 

MOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of Ibe Saaple and Liadtations of Data. 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



121 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 23.— BALANCE SHEETS AID RELATED HKOME SIAXEMEHTS, BT SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



Tithaut 

balance 

sheets 



Returns with balance sheets by size of total assets 



[ftuier 
»25,000 



»25,000 

under 
$50,000 



$50,000 

under 
$100,000 



$100,000 

under 
$250,000 



$250,000 

under 
$500,000 



$500,000 

under 

$1,000,000 



(1) 



2) 



C3) 



(4) 



(5) 



Number of consolidated returns with net 

Number of subsidiaries 

Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable 

Less: Reserve for bad debts 

Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out 

Not stated 

Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions .- 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation 

Depletable assets 

Less: Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets .- 

Total assets 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued eicpenses 

Other liabilities 

Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stock, common^ 

Surplus reserves , 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits 

Total liabilities 

Receipts: 

Gross sa les , 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amort izable bood pranium); 

Wholly taxable , 

Subject to surtax only , 

Wholly tax-exempt 

Other interest 

Rents 

Royalties ... 

Net short-terra capital gain reduced by net loog-teis capital loss.. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital loss.. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets. - 

Dividends, dewiest ic corporations .... 

Dividends, foreign corporations ..... 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent paid on business property , 

Repairs , 

Bad debts 

Interest paid 

Taxes paid , 

Contributions or gifts ..,, 

Amort iza t ion , 

Depreciation , 

Depletion , 

Advertising , 

Amounts contributed under pensicsi plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 

Total compiled deductions , 

Compiled net profit (A8 less 66) , 

Net income {67 less 38) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 less 70) , 

Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than own stock . . 

Corporation's own stock ..... 



1,759 
7,540 



41.830,678 
22,695,496 

101,626 

2,119 

11,603 

343,674 

546,693 

93,875 

3,020 

205,022 

29,964 
563,785 
231,376 
285,056 



32,269,933 

12,872,197 

294,389 

872,495 

723,806 

75,216 

1,114,725 
2.293,029 
36,304 
624,758 
2,486,446 
1,084,130 

385,733 
595,260 
182,196 
20,945 
4,911,789 



60,843,353 



6,100,656 
6,089,053 
S3,iSQ 
2,784,540 
3,316,116 



2,650,915 
264,282 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



1,725 
7,441 



71 

100 



201 
254 



251 
396 



(TIieu»»nd dotlmrv) 



101,542,065 



113,621 
32,884 



63 
3,548 
1,338 

19 

1 

1,449 

424 

2,344 



"^,335 

25,048 

1,005 

2,366 

1,247 

126 

964 

2,87U 

n 

59 

3,164 

204 

2,554 
300 

367 



145,138 



i0,TQ2 
10,639 
973 
3,064 
-.638 



4,897,830 

10,092,393 

256,789 

648,150 
1,753,638 
3,356,450 

522,351 

563,536 

5.535,320 

353,730 

10,960,857 

81,500,698 

24,210,419 

2,879,932 
1,446,725 
1,009,000 
926.102 
479,813 
2,335,824 



5,290,334 

2,075,331 

26,462,907 

3,419,020 

7,909,234 

3,020.293 

23,410,731 

2,327,279 

7,081,536 

20,545,350 



101,542,065 



41,717,057 
22,662,614 

101,427 

2,119 

U,540 

340,126 

545,355 

93,856 

3,019 

203,573 

29,984 
563,361 
231,376 
282,712 



32,190,598 

12,847,149 

293,384 

369,629 

-"22,561 

75,090 

1,113,761 
2,290,159 
36,233 
624,699 
2,483,282 
1,083,926 

383,179 
594,960 
181,829 
20,931 
4,386,795 



60,698,165 



6,089,954 
6,078,414 
32,202 
2,781,476 
3,308,478 



2.650,188 
264,282 



26 
129 

87 



180 

3 

31 

^237 



770 
604 



1,428 



222 

201 

34 

98 

6 

27 

7 

23 

3 

235 
33 



1,349 



193 
354 

7 



26 
120 



204 
571 
290 



1,288 



117 
207 
86 
94 

50 
322 

1 



3,150 

1,351 



5,159 



2,255 

936 

356 

172 

37 

11 

32 
91 

10 



5,017 



142 
142 



39 

103 



771 

1,316 

16 



328 
464 



551 
2,606 
1,256 



89 
104 



393 
530 
244 
497 

35 

1,053 

49 

354 

1,141 



5,302 



7,658 
5,063 



48 
169 



5,332 

2,711 

864 

511 

79 

29 

65 

284 

19 

2 
311 
8 
142 
16 
36 



502 
502 
157 
118 
384 



4,096 

9,605 

143 

89 
1,626 
4,760 



12 

211 

27 

3,833 

15,047 

7,558 

213 

27 

1,021 

330 

3 

1,305 



34,812 



7,906 

3,815 
4,979 
1,851 
2,105 

682 
5,823 

201 
1,927 
4,518 



34,812 



75,259 
19,507 

10 

1 

2 

148 

637 

61 

1 

658 

293 

40 



97,283 



56,199 

11,034 

3,749 

1,979 

462 

254 

502 

1,389 

85 

5 

1,704 

19 

1,768 
93 
155 



94,017 



3,266 
3,264 
1,064 
794 
2,472 



318 
63 



9,020 

25,175 

401 

176 
5,990 
9,770 

1,109 

22 

555 

36 

8,703 

44,403 

22,908 

587 
103 

3,812 

873 

15 

2,811 



89,515 



15,588 

10,176 
12,459 
3,954 
5,157 

2,437 
18,190 
1,251 
4,977 
15,316 



89,615 



167,725 
46,049 

12 

3 

3 

477 

1,014 

571 

42 

997 

710 

63 

13 

1,466 



127,177 

27,585 

6,394 

3,863 

1,197 
707 

1,389 

3,334 

157 

127 

3,914 

204 

3,927 

325 

364 

78 

31,323 



212,656 



6,479 
6,475 
2,147 
1,721 
4,758 



889 

82 



(9) 



236 
381 



15,847 
42,304 



560 
10,343 
20,123 



1,422 

117 

18,122 

78,720 

33,818 

837 

453 

7,510 

2,689 

4,077 



169,345 



24,441 

19,729 

34,576 

6,831 

7,868 

5,503 

29,523 

1,870 

8,507 

30,497 



159,345 



280,364 
60,386 



20 

940 

2,344 

485 
111 

1,677 

809 

155 

4 

2,662 



218,919 

37,218 

7,919 

4,740 

1,902 

982 

2,443 
4,449 

189 

17 

5,711 

280 

4,828 

547 

505 

300 

49,613 



340,552 



9,419 
9,399 
2,389 
2,907 
6,512 



752 
273 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Descripticn of the Sample and Liinitatians of Data." 



122 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



CONSOLIDATED RETURNS WITH NET INCOME 

Table 23.— BALANCE SHEETS AND RELATED INCOME STATEMENTS, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS— Continued 





Returns with balance sheets by 


size of tota 


L assets — Continued 




$1,000,000 


$2,500,000 


$5,000,000 


$10,000,000 


$25,000,000 


$50,000,000 


$100,000,000 


$250,000,000 


under 


under 


under 


under 


under 


lender 


under 


$2,500,000 


$5,000,000 


$10,000,000 


$25,000,000 


$50,000,000 


$100,000,000 


$250,030,000 


or more 


(10) 


(11) 


(12) 


(13) 


(14) 


(15) 


il6) 


(17) 


307 


178 


128 


103 


46 


43 


35 


76 


760 


595 


621 


693 


577 


441 


914 


1,651 


(Thouaend dollara) 


41,279 


57,159 


88,498 


138,616 


148,186 


265,225 


406,836 


3,722,066 


102,491 


128,328 


156,139 


300,384 


291,123 


449,363 


677,578 


7,908,164 


2,271 


2,908 


2,739 


2,199 


10,833 


6,697 


8,912 


218,749 


1,097 


1,803 


8,448 


3,926 


2,466 


20,473 


11,484 


597,527 


27,728 


23,984 


29,498 


48,090 


74,584 


99,026 


101,843 


1,330,572 


44,476 


67,105 


100,623 


127,412 


109,079 


192,027 


293,500 


2,381,982 


4,735 


5,975 


9,806 


15,320 


15,988 


17,235 


21,103 


428,877 


1,425 


2,381 


1,244 


8,849 


20,030 


74,887 


37,153 


417, 533 


8,042 


11,047 


22,057 


29,646 


36,147 


146,546 


124,827 


5,254,797 


534 


4,436 


2,844 


18,595 


9,822 


29,315 


64,287 


723,717 


85,683 


112,043 


150,796 


329,632 


360,198 


471,634 


1,248,998 


8,170,434 


224,724 


268,972 


466,348 


823,320 


816,051 


1,722,094 


3,125,596 


73,912,117 


92,537 


118,090 


194,217 


301,730 


317,366 


570,879 


978,956 


21,570,727 


4,588 


11,924 


25,045 


89,472 


161,082 


155,595 


34,071 


2,396,435 


1,575 


4,504 


7,562 


27,064 


84,018 


67,066 


8,427 


1,245,838 


17,948 


28,623 


24,621 


38,784 


48,794 


90,583 


202,820 


544,379 


5,876 


9,133 


9,050 


24,174 


20,837 


23,114 


29,344 


800,551 


130 


302 


366 


938 


745 


9,717 


161 


467,436 


12,706 


17,848 


24,887 


34,613 


30,633 


91,929 


111,357 


2,003,329 


486,819 


624,957 


915,020 


1,698,902 


1,732,063 


3,194,692 


5,499,341 


87,089,730 


58,534 


62,323 


93,201 


186,906 


139,586 


289,636 


370,003 


4,040,824 


40,028 


53,234 


77,741 


108,955 


102,655 


125,845 


143,907 


1,388,699 


125,231 


162,034 


257,973 


434,706 


345,220 


765,956 


1,483,996 


22,834,971 


18,392 


20,178 


41,725 


63,478 


60,560 


126,216 


138,246 


2,937,210 


24,210 


40,356 


67,248 


67,515 


107,472 


341,470 


515,138 


6,730,092 


21,626 


37,944 


32,346 


37,158 


61,805 


152,367 


244,644 


2,423,692 


84,440 


81,634 


105,943 


231,167 


174,663 


421,570 


693,226 


21,562,042 


6,687 


11,300 


18,888 


60,636 


81,144 


86,184 


175,367 


1,883,688 


33,185 


50,954 


88,517 


213,475 


174,830 


318,580 


622,719 


5,563,475 


74,486 


105,000 


131,438 


294,906 


484,128 


566,868 


1,112,095 


17,725,037 


486,819 


624,957 


915,020 


1,698,902 


1,732,063 


3,194,692 


5,499,341 


87,089,730 


615,627 


667,586 


878,393 


1,186,065 


1,134,209 


1,586,144 


1,340,399 


33,773,708 


152,927 


179,445 


252,175 


518,363 


440,534 


629,230 


1,760,651 


18,595,829 


20O 


272 


419 


860 


682 


4,075 


2,771 


92,101 


2 


1 


45 


5 


4 


13 


32 


2,013 


92 


58 


41 


291 


600 


1,538 


780 


8,114 


2,376 


3,086 


2,581 


3,816 


10,538 


9,583 


18,968 


287,561 


6,121 


10,250 


8,169 


14,954 


7,559 


23,791 


56,053 


414,266 


1,500 


490 


643 


18,522 


5,513 


11,842 


3,427 


50,801 


70 


42 


61 


695 


117 


393 


138 


1,345 


4,154 


7,100 


11,974 


18,988 


15,214 


15,988 


29,474 


97,273 


2,093 


2,908 


2,587 


3,454 


8,841 


4 


1,860 


6,280 


1,179 


1,110 


3,085 


11,340 


8,925 


14,448 


19,467 


503,536 


6 


523 


180 


807 


815 


13,879 


7,471 


207,678 


6,873 


7,697 


7,381 


21,097 


22,385 


14,188 


34,679 


163,382 


793,220 


880, 568 


1,167,734 


1,799,257 


1,655,936 


2,325,116 


3,276,170 


54,203,887 


481,186 


504,569 


682,885 


936,151 


328,625 


1,190,559 


1,022,301 


26,134,218 


91,521 


110,447 


158,680 


368,785 


286,641 


383,305 


1,196,593 


10,171,391 


14,932 


15,449 


12,218 


20,768 


13,824 


14,844 


18,047 


163,436 


9,364 


13,048 


13,624 


20,001 


12, U9 


30,871 


65,686 


693,533 


4,481 


6,466 


9,663 


11,503 


13,349 


20,381 


23,886 


629,149 


1,637 


1,699 


1,272 


2,723 


2,652 


1,957 


4,780 


56,360 


7,499 


8,658 


15,484 


23,201 


17,990 


33,051 


60,675 


942,765 


13,571 


16,801 


27,806 


39,310 


69,886 


57,175 


102,545 


1,953,495 


385 


531 


617 


1,315 


999 


1,104 


1,471 


29,348 


372 


243 


1,608 


2,958 


1,820 


7,933 


25,508 


584,106 


16,968 


21,149 


33,610 


48,510 


41,293 


59,687 


105,172 


2,144,931 


1,546 


2,265 


3,329 


16,158 


33,924 


22,183 


12,251 


991,726 


9,526 


14,157 


12,364 


11,212 


23,620 


30,086 


49,980 


221,497 


1,674 


3,431 


4,321 


9,371 


9,518 


13,211 


16,852 


535,594 


1,098 


1,299 


2,875 


4,148 


3,189 


5,365 


5,191 


157,595 


736 


390 


717 


528 


1,382 


2,861 


952 


12,909 


112,217 


123,613 


141,651 


186,639 


203,227 


278,101 


320,236 


3,421,957 


768,713 


344,215 


1,122,724 


1,703,281 


1,564,073 


2,152,674 


3,032,126 


43,344,010 


24,507 


36,353 


45,010 


95,976 


91,858 


172,442 


244,044 


5,359,877 


24,415 


36,295 


44,969 


95,685 


91,258 


170,904 


243,264 


5,351,763 


4,283 


6,517 


7,346 


13,590 


2,552 


14,042 


3,442 


24,568 


8,913 


13,517 


15,964 


34,417 


38,060 


74,145 


110,474 


2,480,400 


15,594 


22,836 


29,046 


61,559 


53,798 


98,297 


133,570 


2,879,477 


3,908 


5,722 


6,511 


31,993 


33,349 


94,539 


102,087 


2,370,073 


667 


241 


1,479 


7,189 


8 , 357 


2,244 


11,948 


231,732 



Number of consolidated returns with net income. 
Number of subsidiaries 



Assets: 

Cash 

Notes and accounts receivable... 

Less: Reserve for bad debts.. 
Inventories: 

Last-in, first-out 

Other than last-in, first-out. 

Not stated 



Prepaid expenses and supplies 

Investments, Government obligations: 

States, Territories, and United States possessions. 

United States obligations 

Not stated 

Other investments 

Depreciable assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation... 

Depletable assets 

Less; Accumulated depletion 

Land 

Intangible assets 

Less: Accumulated amortization 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities: 

Accounts payable 

Bonds, notes, mortgages payable: 

Maturity less than 1 year 

Maturity 1 year or more 

Accrued expenses 

Other liabilities 



Capital stock, preferred 

Capital stocli, common^ 

Surplus reserves 

Paid-in or capital surplus 

Earned surplus and undivided profits. 



Total liabilities. 



Receipts: 

Gross sales. . . .'. 

Gross receipts from operations 

Interest on Government obligations (less amortizable bond premium): 

Wholly taxable 

Sub.iect to surtax only 

Wholly ta x-exempt 

Other Interest 

Rents 

Royalties 

Net short-term capital gain reduced by net long-term capital lostj.. 
Net long-term capital gain reduced by net short-term capital loss.. 

Net gain, sales other than capital assets 

Dividends, domestic corporations 

Dividends, foreign corporations 

Other receipts 

Total compiled receipts : 

Deductions: 

Cost of goods sold 

Cost of operations 

Compensation of officers 

Rent pa id on business property .' 

Repa irs 

Bad debts ' 



Interest pa id X 

Taxes pa id 

Contributions or gifts 

Amortization 

Depreciation 

Depletion ' 

Advert ising 

Amounts contributed under pension plans 

Amounts contributed under other employee benefit plans 

Net loss, sales other than capital assets 

Other deductions 



Total compiled deductions. 



Compiled net profit (^S less 66) 

Net income (67 less 38) 

Net operating loss deduction 

Income tax 

Compiled net profit less income tax (67 less 70). 



Dividends paid: 

Cash and assets other than ovm stock. 
Corporation's own stock 



^Includes stock not designated as to type. 

^Deficit. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955 -JUNE 1956 



123 



RETLRNS WITH FOREIGN TAX CREDIT 

Table 24.— NET INCOME, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT CLAIMED, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY MAJOR INDUSTRIAL GROUP 



Major industrial group 



Returns with and without Form 1118 
statements filed in support of 
credit claimed 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net 
income 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

( TbousHod 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed 

for 

foreign 

taxes 

paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



:iz with Form 1113 statements filed in support of credit claimed 



Kumber 

of 
returns 



Net 
income 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Income from foreign sources 



Number 

of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income other 
than dividends^ 



Number 

of 
returns 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Foreign 
taxes 



f Thousand 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed 

for 

foreign 

taxes 

paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(3) 



M 



(5) 



(6) 



lij) 



All industrial groups . 



Agriculture, forestry, and fisherj". 
Fanos and agricultural services.. 

Forestry 

Fishery 



Mining and quarrying 

Metal mining 

Anthracite mining 

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 

Crude petroleum and natural gas production. 
Nonmetaliic mining and quarrying 



Construction. 



Manufacturing 

Beverages 

Food and kindred products 

Tobacco manufactures 

Textile-mill products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics 

Lumber and wood products, except furniture., 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries. 

Chemicals and allied products 

Petroleum and coal products 



Rubber products 

Leather and products 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Priioary metal industries 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, 

machinery, and transportation equipment. 
Machinery, except transportation equipment 

and electrical. 

Electrical machinery and equipment 

Transportation equipment, except motor 
vehicles. 

Motor vehicles and equipment, except elec- 
trical. 

Ortinance and accessories 

Scientific instruments; photographic equip- 
ment; watches, clocks. 

Other manufacturing 

Public utilities 

Transportation 

Communication 

Electric and gas utilities 

Other public utilities 

Trade 

Wholesale 

Commission merchants 

Other wholesalers 



Retail 

Food 

General merchandise 

Apparel and accessories 

Furniture and housefumishings ". . . 

Automotive dealers and filling stations... 

Drug stores 

Eating and drinking places 

Building materials and hardware 

Other retail trade ^ 



Trade not allocable 

Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors 
of real property. 
Finance 

Banks and trust companies 

Credit agencies other than banks 

Holding and other investment companies.... 
Security and commodity-exchange brokers 
and dealers . 

Insurance carriers and agents 

Insurance carriers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Real estate, except lessors of real property 

other than buildings. 
Lessors of real property, except buildings.. 

Services 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Personal services 

Business services 

Automotive repair services and garages 

Miscellaneous repair services, hand trades.. 

Motion pictures 

Amusement, except motion pictures 

Other services, including schools 



v. 

19 

106 
20 

1 



70 
88 
223 
23 



63 
127 



127 

105 

7 



533 

■46i 

35 

379 



(^) 



2 
13 

971 



209 

193 

16 

165 



1 
127 



60,933 
58,935 
(2) 

721,281 

266,303 

14,458 

4,006 

430,712 

5,802 

77,174 

15,832,109 
99,806 

612,154 
61,792 

147,005 
28,643 

34,935 

48,139 

514,566 

163,986 

2,273,419 

1,571,810 

347,733 

39,270 

547,842 

1,990,180 

418,646 

1,125,910 

794,536 
390,667 

4,157,582 

15,916 
355,303 

92,269 

2,406, 272 
881,767 

1,371,325 
153,180 



960,558 

433,399 

20,997 

412,402 

524,613 

97,319 

413,297 

265 

I') 
4,771 

553 
3,982 

2,942,963 

714,585 
246,577 
208,750 
253,738 
5,520 

2,198,120 

2,186,133 

11,987 

27,245 

3,013 

170,108 

4,958 

2,990 

61,874 

680 
»,057 
5,881 

j,668 



25,817 
25,860 
(2) 

340,969 

116,283 

1,822 

1,239 

218,712 

2,913 

31,894 

7,779,556 
50,187 
310,424 
31,952 
73,848 
14,383 

13,811 
23,778 

250,531 

81,211 

1,101,188 

614,953 

171,958 
20,005 
280,654 
996,025 
209,447 

570,536 

399,218 
198,189 

2,132,646 

8,270 
181,412 

44,930 

1,204,872 

424,566 

704,791 

75,515 

475, 514 

204,459 

8,901 

195,558 

270,038 

51,837 

212,166 

73 

(^) 
1,977 

251 
1,377 

I') 

554,369 

263,286 
117,016 
104,709 
44,923 
1,638 

275,615 

271,369 

4,246 

9,573 

395 

82,480 
1,915 
1,543 

28,361 

342 
46,272 
■ 2,454 

1,578 



959,418 

11,132 
10,175 
(2) 

216,645 

32,231 

260 

84 

184,063 



5,303 

587,079 

1,460 

20,717 

171 

2,302 

570 

219 
1,109 
9,905 
3,117 
30,357 
286,423 

14,533 
47 
18,727 
53,656 
14,570 

31,373 

13,051 
5,724 

71,336 

72 
5,122 

1,353 

18,185 
7,786 
1,249 
9,150 

64,039 

55,315 

696 

54,619 

8,631 
1,133 
6,679 



3,084 



(^) 



13 
788 

39,790 

32,331 
4,950 
6,853 

20,408 
150 

7,347 

6,597 

750 

39 

23 

17,190 
464 



15 
11,763 

129 

356 



,402 
10 

90 

6 

50 

47 

16 
29 
62 
73 
189 
19 

22 
18 
48 
58 

115 



116 
96 



455 
399 
70 
329 



717 

461 
40 
25 

374 
22 

174 
162 



9,047 
7,049 
12) 

674,020 

248,854 

14,458 

2,398 

402,695 

5,615 

75,534 

15,022,322 
87,653 

522,352 
61,790 

136,234 
26,605 

14,832 

47,469 

472,775 

155,062 

2,224,538 

1,380,198 

347,169 

37,895 

406,653 

1,975,^65 

388,204 



769,671 
390,667 



15,916 
318,958 

81,fl96 

,339,969 
334,665 

,352,124 
153,180 

875,887 
354,980 
20,563 
334,417 

519,155 

»7,0i7 

m13,2j7 

265 



533 
3,811 



2,843,637 

673,076 
221,322 
206,364 
239,870 
5,520 

2,141,588 

2,130,074 

11,514 

25,360 

3,013 

116,449 
4,042 

2,990 
60,098 

680 

39,276 

5,847 



632 
6 
52 
3 
29 
15 



167 

137 

22 

115 



553 

399 
20 
17 

340 



545,511 



136 
136 



2,618 
376 

154- 
2,086 

2 

2,385 

412,468 

113 

30,923 

95 

4,120 

602 

23 
1,221 

12,325 
5,419 

43,079 
5,327 

33,601 

16 

38,522 

7,139 

25,516 



21,570 
7,375 



165 
8,517 

1,923 

9,278 

1,973 
2,448 
4,857 



55,592 

41,202 

192 

41,010 

14,341 
2,105 
12,153 

(=) 



(^) 



55,800 

52, 523 

342 

8,866 

42,763 
552 

3,063 

1,584 

1,479 

99 

115 
7,234 
1,016 



1,012 



12 
21 
44 
46 
143 
15 



102 
85 



312 
283 
48 
235 



254 



114 
25 



123 
115 



4,868 
2,762 
(2) 

435,057 

32,335 

582 

45 

352,086 



17, 376 

808,131 

3,538 

12,497 

529 

1,804 

1,304 

749 
1,255 
17,266 
4,119 
52,486 
506,559 

9,940 

150 

3,993 

104,679 
7,407 

16,327 



21,637 
13,917 



1,419 

104,575 

75,986 

6,559 

21,131 



54,505 

50,484 

2,250 

48,234 

3,740 

442 

1,141 



I') 



i,128 

117,908 

41,287 
11,342 
10,458 
19,470 
17 

76, 527 

76,237 

290 

90 



42,319 



148 
17,469 



22,892 
596 



3,304 
2,347 
(2) 

317,835 
107,215 

1,822 

853 

205,173 

2,822 

31,155 

7,335,341 
43,924 
263,819 
31,952 
68,871 
13,426 

5,754 

23,539 

2X,265 

76,849 

1,077,441 

533,299 

171,670 
19,318 
207,706 
988,867 
194,227 

507,679 



386,430 
198,189 



8,270 
163,101 

40,046 

1,181,508 

411,084 

695,009 

75,515 



433,169 

164,635 

8,722 

155,963 

257,329 
51,792 
212,156 
{') 

73 

(') 



.^47 



526,673 

254,316 
106, 593 
103, 539 
42,546 
1,638 

262,150 

258,055 

4,094 

9,312 

395 

55,015 
1,545 
1,548 

27,537 

342 

20,030 

2,452 



,735 
778 



217,141 

34,352 

260 

73 

182,454 

2 

5,926 

609,227 

1,544 

19,801 

131 

2,271 

670 

226 

1,129 

9,781 

3,535 

29,675 

286,493 

14,839 
43 
17,143 
87,058 
14,382 

23,125 



13,369 
5,762 



72 
5,248 

1,352 

21,789 
7,578 
1,204 

13,007 



40,333 

32,023 

682 

31,341 

3,719 
1,132 
6,751 



(M 



13 
820 

(^) 
42,021 

34,359 

5,320 

6,954 

21,923 

162 

7,605 

5,854 

752 

33 



12,513 
521 



15 
7,137 

156 



1,730 
773 
(2) 

213,964 

32,230 

260 

73 

181,399 



5,183 

533,812 

1,453 

19,052 

171 

2,242 

651 

210 

1,108 

9,711 

3,106 

29,115 

250,486 

14,583 
36 
17,017 
53,317 
13,909 

21,383 



12,902 
5,724 



72 
4,383 

1,336 

17,827 
7,479 
1,193 
9,150 

39,767 

31,012 

682 

30,330 

8,615 
1,132 
6,679 



13 
788 



38,280 

31,299 

4,559 

6,840 

19,740 

160 

5,925 

5,175 

750 

33 

23 

11,884 

459 

35 

4,240 

15 

6,656 

126 



77 Hitjre of business not allocable. 



^Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 

^mpling variability of this item was too large to warrant showing it separately. However, this value was included in each tota 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of data." 
468791 O -58 -9 



124 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 



RETURNS WITH FOREIGN TAX CREDIT 

Table 25.— NET INCOME, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT CLAIMED, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



Size of total assets 



Returns with and without Fonn 1118 state- 
ments filed in support of credit claimed 



Number 

of 
returns 



Net income 



( Thousand 
dol lara) 



Income tax 

before 

foreign tax 

credit 

(Thouaand 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed 

for 
foreign 

taxes 

paid 

(Thetiaand 
dollars) 



Returns with Form 1118 statements filed in support of credit claimed 



(Thailand 
dollars) 



Income from foreign sources 



(Theuaartd 
dol lars ) 



Income other than 
dividends^ 



Number 
of 

returns 



(ThousB, 
dollar: 



Income tax 
before 

foreign tax 
credit 

( Thousand 
dollars) 



Foreign 
taxes 
paid 

f Thousaitd 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed 

tor 
foreign 

taxes 

paid 

( Tliotisand 
dollars) 



(2) 



(3) 



M 



(5) 



(6) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(U) 



(1^) 



Under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $2,500,000 

$2,500,000 under $5,000,000 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000.. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000. 
$100,000,000 under $250,000,000 
$250,000,000 or more 

Total 

Balance sheets not available... 
Grand total 



101 
130 
218 
324 
441 

551 
375 
363 
404 
214 

174 
163 
164 



783 

1,489 

7,4S6 

21,224 

39,946 

123,439 
177,410 
347,433 
841,307 
996,790 

1,388,353 
2,508,007 
16,607,936 



248 

414 

2,282 

7,882 

14,641 

52,509 

73,836 

160,053 

398,830 

464,216 

673,961 
1,196,977 
7,398,211 



76 

198 

871 

1,638 

3,960 

9,597 

8,592 

10,687 

32,175 

47,012 

61,614 

65,499 

714,150 



183 
239 
324 

482 
313 
327 
381 
197 

158 
141 
149 



459 

755 

6,739 

18,464 

30,374 

107,245 
157.803 
321.142 
8ti',512 
933,467 

1,293,586 
2,149,885 
16,035,756 






202 
161 
165 
213 
106 



(M 

506 
647 
871 

1,635 

7,245 

7,357 

27,549 

25,351 

90,834 
103,696 
276,434 



I') 
42 
98 
142 
182 

296 
177 
202 
238 
142 

129 
117 
142 



549 
2,405 
3,798 
9,592 

24,325 
17,475 
23,927 
72, 582 
97,280 

76,372 

125,822 

1,125,508 



203 
2,075 
6,988 
11,080 

45,503 

66,248 

147,939 

381,115 

434,890 

627,455 
1,022,664 
7,140,894 



137 

317 
1,688 
3,189 

9,566 
8,865 
10,714 
33,469 
47,100 

63,086 

64,555 

705,204 



21,858,187 



1,481 



542,238 



1,580,261 



9,387,193 



948,448 



98,678 



47,952 



23,171,398 



10,496,471 



959,418 



3,084 



21,956,865 



1,505 



545,511 



1,983 



(13) 



133 

731 

1,307 

2,979 

8,383 
3,361 
9,559 
30,705 
44,709 

59,704 
59,616 

633,506 



859,744 



2,708 



^Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 

^Sampling variability of this item was too large to warrant showing it separately. However, this value was included in each total. 

NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



RETURNS WITH FOREIGN TAX CREDIT 

Table 26.— NET INCOME, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT CLAIMED, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY SIZE OF NET INCOME 



Size of net income 



Returns with and without Form 1113 state- 
ments filed in support of credit claimed 



Net income 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 
before 

foreign tax 
credit 

(ThotiaarsI 
dollars) 



Credit 
clBimed 

for 

foreign 

taxes 

paid - 

(Tboaaand 
dollars) 



Returns with Form 1118 statements filed in support of credit claimed 



Number 

of 
returns 



(Thovsarsl 
dollars) 



Income from foreign sources 



Number 

of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income other than 
dividends^ 



(Thousartd 
dollars) 



Income tax 

before 

foreign tax 

credit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Foreign 
taxes 
paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed 

for 

foreign 

taxes 

paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(10) 



ill) 



(12) 



(13) 



Under $2,000 

$2,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000..., 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000.., 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 

$50,000,000 under $100,000,000 
$100,000,000 and over 

Total 



78 
172 

83 
144 



349 
298 
539 
332 

381 
652 
163 
160 
75 



69 

291 

1,173 

1,093 

2,506 

1,394 
12,603 
22,076 
89,689 

140,520 

271,177 
1,562,655 
1,162,202 
2,477,194 
2,592,779 

2,937,413 
11,396,554 



14 

58 

227 

213 

61J 

339 

3,303 

7,707 

33,529 

57,447 

112,392 

703,893 

540,910 

1,136,377 

1,230,373 

1,315,828 
5,353,238 



7 

28 

34 

73 

226 

72 

706 

1,695 

6,390 

7,331 

13,071 
50,404 
29,258 
94,812 
75,369 

33,580 
596,362 



288 
241 
465 
324 

342 
606 
151 
140 
71 

38 
30 



58 

194 

570 

664 

1,921 

815 

10,325 

18,141 

78,070 

118,971 

244,233 
1,449,791 
1,076,530 
2,162,474 
2,464,656 

2,621,038 
11,708,414 



(=^) 
44 
15 
59 

9 
162 
102 
200 
140 

163 
298 
72 
82 



(^) 



293 

42 

1,064 

761 

2,501 

4,699 

9,483 
44,872 
26,442 
111,982 
113,763 

54, 193 
175,107 



^') 

36 
31 
74 

29 
130 
146 
282 
210 

215 
432 
120 

112 
67 



(') 
[') 

113 

227 

1,152 

XI 
2,635 
4,394 
15,860 
16,815 

29,054 
98,703 
54,886 
204,368 
52,675 

93,031 

1,005,470 



(') 

{') 

135 
160 
4i5 

226 

2,702 

6,407 

29,460 

43,577 

101,590 
656,881 

501,311 

984,520 

1,175,935 

1,153,949 
5,272,792 



(^) 

(^) 
34 
57 
334 

71 

950 

1,621 

6,-350 

7,753 

12,004 
52,991 
27,624 
96,041 
68,482 

53,053 
623,801 



( = ) 

25 

53 

206 

62 

629 

1,431 

5,802 

6,613 

10,719 
48,496 

25,105 
83,630 
64,336 

49,286 
560,475 



23,171,393 



10,496,471 



959,418 



3,084 21,956,865 



1,505 



545,511 



9,935,150 



Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 

^Sampling variability of this item was too large to warrant showing it separately. However, this value was Included in each total. 
NCTTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



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WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 27.— NET INCOME, WESTERN HQ1ISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION DEDUCTION, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY MAJOR 

INDUSTRIAL GROUP 



Major industrial group 



Total 
number of 

Western 
Hemisphere 

trade 

corporation 

returns 



Net income 

less 

deficit 



dollars f 



Western Hemisphere 

trade corporation 

deduction 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign tajces paid 



Number of 
returns 



Net income 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Western Hemisphere 

trade corporation 

deduction 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed for 

foreign 
taxes paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(1) 



(3) 



(■4) 



(6) 



(10) 



All industrial groups^ 

Agriculture, forestry, and fishery^ . 
Farms and agricultural services^ . . 

Forestry 

Fishery 



Mining and quarrying^ 

Metal mining^ 

Anthracite mining 

Bituminous coal and lignite mining^ 

Crude petroleum and natural gas production' . 
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying' 



Construction' 

Manufacturing' 

Beverages 

Food and kindred products' 

Tobacco manufactures' 

Textile-mill products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics . 



Lumber and wood products, except furniture.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries. 

Chemicals and allied products' 

Petroleum and coal products' 



Rubber products 

Leather and products - 

Stone, clay, and glass products' 

Primary metal industries' 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, 

machinery, and transportation equipment. 
Machinery, except transportation equipment and 

electrical. 

Electrical machinery and equipment' 

Transportation equipment, except motor vehicles' 
Motor vehicles and equipment, except electrical. 

Ordnance and accessories 

Scientific instruments: photographic equipment; 

watches, clocks' . 
Other manufacturing 

Public utilities' 

Transportation 

ComDunlcation' 

Electric and gas utilities' 

Other public utilities 

Trade' 

Wholesale ' 

Commission merchants 

Other wholesalers' 



Retail' 

Food' 

General merchandise 

Apparel and accessories 

Furniture and housefurnishings . 



Automotive dealers and filling stations. 

Drug stores 

Eating and drinking places 

Building materials and hardware 

Other retail trade ■. 



Trade not allocable 

Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real 
property . 

Finance 

Banks and trust companies 

Credit agencies other than banks 

Holding and other investment companies 

Security and commodity-exchange brokers and dealers 

Insurance carriers and agents 

Insurance carriers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Real estate, except lessors of real property other 
than buildings. 

Lessors of real property, except buildings 

Services ' 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Personal services 

Business services' 

Automotive repair services and garages 

Miscellaneous repair services, hand trades 

Motion pictures' 

Amusement, except motion pictures •. . . 

Other services, including schools 

Nature of business not allocable 



421 
62 
359 



54,290 
54,290 



79,834 
68,714 

^317 

11,213 

224 

17,018 

1,932,762 

835 

U,865 

185 



8 

207 

332 

535 

15,975 

1,292,725 

274 

849 

550,067 

4,237 



30,189 
16,405 
4,562 



1,344,182 

4,494 

1,284,778 

54,910 



97,549 
6,410 
91,139 

76,668 

75,832 

113 



723 
1,068 
2,438 



790. 
790 



1,646 
49,817 



42,524 
584 



396 

52 

344 



196,393 



8,198 
8,198 



21,807 
18,491 



3,239 
77 

1,969 

133,309 

225 

2,548 

58 



56 

89 

144 

2,241 

89,220 

74 



35,004 
1,140 



902 

90 

1,228 



6,252 

1,304 

53 

4,895 



22,142 

1,746 

20,396 

369 
144 



443 
1,404 



796 
158 



24,394 
24,394 



30,082 
25,919 



4,163 



5,577 

814,515 

312 

4,132 



70 

121 

198 

7,136 

504,967 

98 

439 

268,203 

1,587 



15,471 
8,799 
1,728 



687,716 

1,727 

660,240 

25,749 

81,000 

39,518 
2,311 
37,207 

41,128 
40,355 



195 


236 


287 


354 


656 


903 


212 


282 


212 


282 



620 
23,357 



22,180 
186 



107 

3 

104 



54,142 
54,142 



80,224 
68,714 



16,927 

1,816,701 
835 

11,661 
135 



207 

332 

535 

16,011 

1,177,630 

274 

849 

550,067 

4,237 



30,189 
16,405 
4,562 



1,344,405 

4,717 

1,284,778 

54,910 

142,760 

66,162 

1,936 
64,226 

76,555 
75,832 



790 
790 



49,136 



42 , 520 

584 



107 
3 

104 



8,158 
8,158 



21,724 
13,491 



3,233 



1,943 

133,297 

225 

2,548 

58 



56 

39 

144 

2,241 

39,213 

74 

22 

35,004 

1,140 



902 

90 

1,228 



6,218 

1,270 

53 

4,895 

13,137 

12,787 

520 

12,267 

339 
144 



195 
11 
213 

212 
212 



795 
158 



1,610,651 

24,343 
24,343 



30,077 
25,919 



4,158 

5,546 

771,191 

312 

4,132 

55 



70 

121 

198 

7,136 

461,962 

98 

439 

268,203 

1,537 



15,471 
8,799 
1,728 



687,687 

1,698 

660,240 

25,749 

68,432 

27,330 

717 
26,613 

41,091 
40,855 



236 
11 
283 

282 
282 



23,092 



22,179 
136 



416,983 



10,140 
10,140 



27,392 
23,794 



1,917 

348,593 

311 

3,928 

55 



63 

120 

197 

2,977 

280,424 

97 

2 

49,968 

1,399 



9,373 
672 
945 

7,756 

9,973 

9,737 

115 

9,622 



183 
10 
135 



9,055 
139 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Saii9>le and Limitations of Data. 



126 



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Wt:STER^ HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 27.— NET INCOME 



WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION DEDUCTION, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT, 

INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY MAJOR 



Major industrial group 



Number of 
returns 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign taxes paid — Continued 



Returns with Form 1118 statements filed in support of credit claimed 



Net income 



f Theniaand 
dollars) 



Western Hemisphere 

trade corporation 

deduction 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 

f Thousand 
Hollars) 



Number of 
returns 



Income from foreign sources 



Amount 

(Thousand 
Hollars) 



Inccxne other than 
dividends 



Number of 
returns 



Amount' 

(Thousand 
Hollar*) 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

( Thousand 
dollars) 



Foreign 

taxes 
paid 

(Thouaartd 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed for 

foreign 
taxes paid 



(12) 



(13) 



(l-i) 



(15) 



(16) 



(17) 



(18) 



(19) 



(20) 



(21) 



All industrial groups^ . 



Agriculture, forestry, and. fishery. 
Farms and agricultural services . . 

Forestry 

Fishery 



Mining and quarrying^ 

Metal mining' 

Anthracite mining 

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 

Crude petroleum and natural gas production' 
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying 



Construction' 

Manufacturing' 

Beverages 

Food and kindred products^ 

Tobacco manufactures' 

Textile-mill products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics . 



Lumber and wood products, except furniture.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries. 

Chemicals and allied products' 

Petroleum and coal products'- 



Rubber products 

Leather and products 

Stone, clay, and glass products' 

Primary metal industries' 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, 

machinery, and transportation equipment. 
Machinery, except transportation equipment and 

electrical. 

Electrical machinery and equipment' 

Transportation equipment, except motor vehicles' 
Motor vehicles and equipment, except electrical. 

Ordnance and accessories 

Scientific instruments; photographic equipment; 

watches, clocks' . 
Other manufacturing 



Public utilities' 

Transportation 

Communication^ 

Electric and gas utilities^ . 
Other public utilities 

Trade' 



Wholesale' 

Commission merchants . 
Other wholesalers' . . . 



Retail' 

Food' 

General merchandise 

Apparel and accessories 

Furniture and housefumishings . 



Automotive dealers and filling stations. 

Drug stores 

Eating and drinking places 

Building materials and hardware 

Other retail trade 



Trade not allocable. 



real estate, and lessors of real 



Finance, insurance, 
property . 

Finance 

Banks and trust companies 

Credit agencies other than banks 

Holding and other investment companies 

Security and commodity-exchange brokers and 
dealers . 

Insurance carriers and agents 

Insurance carriers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Real estate, except lessors of real property other 

than buildings. 
Lessors of real property, except buildings. 

Services' 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Personal services 

Business services' 

Automotive repair services and garages 

Miscellaneous repair services, hand trades. 

Motion pictures' 

Amusement, except motion pictures 

Other services, including schools 

Nature of business not allocable 



248 
2 



2,854 
2,854 



74,273 
68,714 



16,766 

1,626,162 

835 
11,239 

185 



207 

■332 

535 

14,622 

989,490 

274 

849 

550,067 
3,649 



30,189 
16,405 
4,562 

2,236 



1,343,726 

4,036 

1,284,778 

54,910 

139,891 

63,293 

1,936 

61,357 

76,555 
75,832 



723 
43 
747 

745 
745 



6,032 



20,546 

584 



769 
769 



20,099 
18,491 



1,608 



1,900 

128,534 

225 

2,434 

58 



1 
1 

L3 
3 


89 

14i 

1,858 

85,105 


1 


7i 


1 
5 
3 


22 

35,004 

982 



902 

90 

,228 



18 


6,035 


8 


1,087 


1 


53 


9 


4,895 


04 


12,364 


95 


12,014 


3 


520 


92 


11,494 


8 


339 


1 


144 



200 

200 



342 
153 



557 
134,602 



1,550 
117,319 



2,761 



2,419 
3,761 



6,842 
6,842 



244 
2 



2,699 
2,699 



70,775 
65,814 



7,437 

633,127 

611 

8,251 

214 



190 

332 

2,105 

7,326 

496,747 

273 



99,311 
3,047 



7,295 
2,223 
4,562 



26,476 
2,203 
3,438 

20,835 

21,994 

20,879 

423 

20,456 

1,084 
442 



642 
31 
735 

734 
734 



18,387 



17,201 
422 



1,491,030 



1,072 
1,072 



27,843 
25,919 



1,924 



5,490 

689,887 

312 

3,977 

55 



70 

121 

198 

6,651 

381,516 

98 

439 

268,203 

1,369 



15,471 
8,799 
1,723 



687,479 

1,490 

660,240 

25,749 



26,309 

717 

25,592 

41,091 
40,855 



236 
11 
272 

271 

271 



10,663 
186 



441,788 



740 
740 



27,287 
25,431 



1,856 



2,019 

382,819 

482 

4,519 

65 



72 

126 

375 

2,709 

279,997 

97 

2 

83,692 

1,218 



7,034 

888 

1,301 



13,098 
537 
948 

11,613 



9,453 

115 

9,338 

258 

43 



124 
124 



5,554 
139 



See footnotes at end of table. See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample ajid Limitations of Data. 



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Table 27.— NET INCOME, WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION DEDUCTION, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, BY MAJOR 

INDUSTRIAL GROUP— Continued 



Major industrial group 



Returns without credit claimed for foreign taaes paid 



Returns with net inccme 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dolUra) 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 

returns 



AiDount 

(Thouaarri 
dollar a) 



Incooe tax 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thoamand 
dollarm) 



Returns without net 
income 



Number of 
returns 



f Thouaard 
dot lam) 



All industrial groups^. 



Agriculture, forestry, and fishery 

Farms and agricultural services 

Forestry 

Fishery 

Mining and quarrying^ 

Metal mining 

Anthracite mining 

Bituminous coal and lignite raining^ 

Crude petroleum and natural gas production'- . 
Nonmetallic mining and quarrying^ 

Construction 



Manufacturing^ 

Beverages 

Food and kindred products 

Tobacco manufactures 

Textile-mill products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics 

Lumber eind wood products, except Aimiture.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Paper and allied products 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries. 

Chemicals and allied products 

Petroleum and coal products^ 



Rubber products 

Leather and products 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Primary metal industries 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, machinery, and transporta- 
tion equipment. 
Machinery, except transportation equipment and electrical 



Electrical machinery and equipment 

Transportation equipment, except motor vehicles 

Motor vehicles and equipment, except electrical 

Ordnance and a'-'cessories 

Scientific instruments; photographic equipment; watches, clocks^. 
Other manuf ac turing 



Public utilities 

Transportation 

Communication 

Electric and gas utilities. 
Other public utilities 

Trade^ 

Wholesale' 

Commission merchants 

Other wholesalers^ 



Retail 

Food 

General merchandise 

Apparel and accessories 

Furniture and house furnishings . 



Automotive dealers and filling stations. 

Efrug stores 

Eating and drinking places 

Building materials and hardware 

Other retail trade 



Trade not allocable 

Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real property. 

Finance 

Banks and trust companies. 



Credit agencies other than banks 

Holding and other investment companies 

Security and commodity-exchange brokers and dealers. 



Insurance carriers and agents 

Insurance carriers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Real estate, except lessors of real property other than buildings. 
Lessors of real property, except buildings 

Services^ 

Hotels and other lodging places 

Personal services 

Business services' 

Automotive repair services and garages 

Miscellaneous repair services, hand trades 

Motion pictures 

Amusement, except motion pictures 

Other services, including schools 

Nature of business not allocable 



303 

290 

49 

2^\ 



{2A) 



(26) 



(27) 



(28) 



(29) 



(30) 



155,063 



148 
148 



177 
22 
224 

97 

U6,097 



115,095 



125 
125 



35,801 
34,663 
4,551 

30,112 



113 



1,025 
1,646 



1,646 
726 



302 
289 
49 

240 



9,661 

9,355 
1,226 
8,129 



30 



276 
443 



443 
196 



302 
289 
49 
240 



31 
43,324 



12,568 
12,188 
1,594 
10,594 

37 



343 
620 



620 
265 



4,525 



494 
319 



3-;8 
348 



3,276 

3,276 

77 

3,199 



Includes consolidated returns of affiliated groups of corporations where one or more of the corporations within the group was a Western Hemisphere trade corporation. 
^Deficit. 

Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



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WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 28.— NET INCOME, WESTERN HQ1ISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION DEDUCTION, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT, 

BY SIZE OF TOTAL ASSETS 



AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, 



Size of total assets 



Total 

number of 

Western 

Hemisphere 

trade 

corporation 

returns 



Net income 

less 

deficit 

(Thoasend 
dollar a) 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 

(Thousand 



(Thousand 
dollars} 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign taxes paid 



Number of 
returns 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



(Thouaond 
dol lara) 



Number of 

returns 



(Thousand 
delUrsi 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 
(Thoasend 
dollars) 



Credit 
claimed for 

foreign 
taxes paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



Under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000' 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000' 

$1,000,000 under $2,500,000' 

$2,500,000 under $5,000,000' 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000'... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000'.. 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000'.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000'. 
$100,000,000 under $250,000,000' 
$250,000,000 or more' 

Total' 

Balance sheets not available.... 
Grand total ' 



165 
68 



122 

251 

1,129 

6,«I9 

7,228 

15,046 
24,480 
20,633 
27,024 
28,932 

81,150 

30,139 

70,617 

3,336,436 



33 
87 
309 
1,754 
1,847 
4,263 
6,521 
5,557 
6,527 
6,753 

19,665 

3,324 

5,036 

133,094 



286 
1,855 
2,274 

5,577 

8,855 

7,588 

10,265 

10,143 

31,298 
14,189 
32, 562 

,540,334 



6 

16 

451 

1,637 

4,472 

3,810 
15,725 
14,695 
22,798 
26,987 

81,644 

29,379 

70,617 

3,224,247 



122 

441 
1,100 

2,370 
4,216 
3,941 
4,944 
6,674 

19,665 
3,319 

5,036 
133,094 



116 

483 

1,354 

3,079 
5,688 
5,334 
7,740 
9,916 

31,298 

13,749 

32,562 

,497,996 



2 

3 

96 

406 

850 

1,598 

3,411 
3,521 
2,159 

5,009 

27,315 

5,610 

13,541 

352,884 



3,649,596 



194,770 



1,665,304 



3,501,484 



184,928 



1,609,322 



416,405 



2,240 



3,655,625 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign taxes paid — Continued 



Returns with Form 1118 statements filed in support of credit claimed 



Size of total assets 



Number of 
returns 



Net income 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction - 



Number of 

returns 



(Thoasand 
dollars) 



Income from foreign sources 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income other than 
dividends 



Number of 
returns 



Amount^ 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

(Thouaartd 
dollars) 



Foreign 
taxes paid 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



Credit 

claimed for 

foreign 

taxes paid 

( Thousartd 
dollars) 



(12) 



(13) 



(14) 



(16) 



(17) 



(18) 



(19) 



(20) 



(21) 



(22) 



Under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 under $2,500,000'... 
$2,500,000 under $5,000,000'... 
$5,000,000 under $10,000,000'.. 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000'. 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000'. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000' 
$100,000,000 under $250,000,000' 
$250,000,000 or more' 

Total' 

Balance sheets not available 

Grand total ' 



16 

307 
1,251 
4,258 

7,504 
13,255 
14,249 
22,798 
25,974 

75,375 

21,228 

56,938 

2,984,819 



83 

337 
1,042 

2,019 
3,551 
3,811 
4,944 
6,402 

17,954 

3,310 

4,631 

121,597 



34 

724 

2,786 

3,333 

144,641 



286 

941 

2,507 

4,391 
10,229 
9,146 
7,300 
22,402 

65,160 

10, 374 

30,203 

615,084 



72 

364 

1,284 

2,611 
4,784 
5,186 
7,740 
9,552 

28,983 

9,404 

25,435 

1,394,279 



66 
322 
962 

1,259 
2,902 
3,843 
2,930 
6,338 

25,380 
4,542 
11,175 

381,468 



66 
237 
781 

1,163 
2,656 
3,403 
2,159 
4,646 

25,062 

4,508 

10,710 

307, 597 



3,227,978 



169,687 



152,159 



779,046 



1,489,701 



441,191 



363,043 



3,603 



2,584 



152,159 



781,630 



441,788 



363,631 



Size of total assets 



Returns without credit claimed for foreign taxes paid 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Income tax 



Number of 
returns 



Amount 
(Thousand 
dollars) 



Returns without net 
income 



Number of 
returns 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



(23) 



(25) 



(27) 



(30) 



Under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000 

$50,000 under $100,000 

$100,000 under $250,000' '. 

$250,000 under $500,000 

$500,000 under $1,000,000' 

$1,000,000 under $2,500,000 

$2,500,000 under $5,000,000' 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000'... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000'., 

$25,000,000 under $50,000,000'.. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000'. 
$100,000,000 under $250,000,000 
$250,000,000 or more' 

Total' 

Balance sheets not available 

Grand total ' 



35 

47 

127 

31 



117 

235 

684 

4,850 

2,792 

7,031 
8,755 
6,130 
6,674 
2,022 

1,108 
112,139 



35 

47 

127 

30 



Jl 

83 

187 

1,313 

747 

1,893 

2,305 

1,616 

1,583 

79 



35 

47 
127 

30 



26 
45 

170 
1,372 

920 

2,493 
3,167 
2,254 
2,525 
227 



440 
42,333 



6 

78 
36 



242 

2,448 

77 

494 
348 



340 



155,063 



334 



'Includes consolidated returns of affiliated groups of corporations where one or more of the corporations within the group was a Western Hemisphere trade corporation. 
Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURNS, JULY 1955-JUNE 1956 

WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION RETURNS 

Table 29.— NET INCOME, WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRADE CORPORATION DEDUCTION, TAXES, FOREIGN TAX CREDIT, AND INCOME FROM FOREIGN SOURCES, 

BY SIZE OF NET INCOME 



129 



Size of net 



Returns with net income 



Number of 
returns 



Under $1^000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000^ 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000' 

♦50,000 under $100,000' 

$100,000 under $250,000' 

$250,000 under $500,000' 

$500,000 under $1,000,000' 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000'.. 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000'. 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000' 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000' 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000' 
$100,000,000 or more' 

Total' 



Size of net income 



Onder $1,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000. . , 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000' 

t50,000 under $100,000' 

$100,000 under $250,000' 

$250,000 under $500,000' 

$500,000 under $1,000,000' 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000'... 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000'.. 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000'. 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000'. 
$50,000,000 under $100,000,000' 
$100,000,000 or more' 



Total' 



(1) 



18 

20 

5 

52 

31 
38 
13 
72 

73 

108 

54 

42 

35 



( Thousand 
dollars) 



(2) 



15 
40 
70 
20 

421 
391 
660 
300 
2,512 

5,445 
17,116 
18,511 
30,337 
70,098 

64,420 

108,663 

143,613 

280,612 

2,916,899 



3,660,150 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 
returns 



72 
105 

54 
41 



Amount 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



12 
18 
7 

113 
127 
178 
81 
680 

1,469 
4,458 
4,938 
7,411 
15,885 

7,869 

9,253 

3,900 

22,857 

117,130 



196,393 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



(5) 



U 
15 
6 

94 
76 

145 
66 

578 

1,668 

5,589 

6,652 

11,177 

25,442 

26,558 

49,239 

71,181 

123,156 

1,345,886 



1,667,544 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign taxes paid 



Number of 
returns 



(6) 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



12 

314 
43 
798 

3,008 
11,135 
11,388 
23,658 
52,699 

64,420 
93,047 
143,613 
184,039 
2,916,899 



3,505,087 



Hunber of 
returns 



(8) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



2 

1 
85 

11 

224 

fll 

2,932 

3,022 

5,772 

11,977 

7,869 

9,253 

3,900 

22,857 

117,130 



185,898 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(10) 



2 
2 
70 
9 
180 

930 
3,806 
4,056 
8,594 
19,317 

26,558 
44,307 
71,181 
85,750 
1,345,886 



1,610,651 



Credit 
claimed for 

foreign 
taxes paid 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(11) 



1 
1 

62 

8 

141 

816 

2,629 

1,917 

5,412 

10,827 

9,927 

20,337 

11,909 

31,067 

321,932 

416,988 



Returns with net income — Continued 



Returns with credit claimed for foreign taxes paid — Continued 



Number of 
returns 



(12) 



(Thousand 
dollars ) 



(13) 



12 
314 

43 
753 

2,387 

9,761 

10,346 

20,082 

52,699 

50,679 
79,368 
143,613 

132,751 
2,728,759 



3,231,581 



Returns with Form 1118 statements filed in support of credit claijEed 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 
returns 



(14) 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



2 

1 

85 

11 

212 

644 
2,612 
2,731 
4,810 
11,977 

6,332 

8,848 

3,900 

15,468 

113,022 



170,657 



Income from foreign sources 



Number of 
returns 



(16) 



Amount 

(Thtntaand 
dot lara) 



(17) 



1,485 

4,030 
12,564 
12,978 



Income other than 
dividends 



Number of 
returns 



(18) 



Amoimt 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(19) 



2 
265 
43 
587 

1,857 
7,595 
6,566 
17, 521 
31,501 

23,771 
38,181 
19,046 
57, 361 
577,321 



781,630 



Income tax 
before 
foreign 

tax credit 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(20) 



70 

9 

169 

738 

3,334 

3,682 

7,318 

19,317 

20,106 
37,180 
71,181 
62,479 
1,265,440 



1,491,030 



Size of net income or deficit 



Under $1 ,000 

$1,000 under $2,000 

$2,000 under $3,000 

$3,000 under $4,000 

$4,000 under $5,000 

$5,000 under $10,000' 

$10,000 under $15,000 

$15,000 under $20,000 

$20,000 under $25,000 

$25,000 under $50,000' 

$50,000 under $100,000' 

$100,000 under $250,000' 

$250,000 under $500,000' 

$500,000 under $1,000,000' 

$1,000,000 under $5,000,000' . . . 

$5,000,000 under $10,000,000... 
$10,000,000 under $25,000,000' . 
$25,000,000 under $50,000,000.. 
-$50,CX)0,000 under $100,000,000' 
$100,000,000 or more 



Total' 



Foreign 
taxes paid 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



(21) 



1 

1 

62 

11 
187 

812 
2,512 
2,162 

5,085 
12,772 

6,937 
22,044 
14,374 
21,667 
353,160 



4il,788 



Credit 
claimed for 

foreign 
taxes paid 

(Thrujsat}d 
dollars) 



1 
1 

62 

8 

131 

639 

2,249 

1,667 

4,199 

10,827 

6,718 

17,506 

11,909 

21,667 

286,045 



363,631 



Returns with net income — Continued 



Returns without credit claimed for foreign taxes paid 



Number of 
returns 



(23) 



(Thouaand 
dollars) 



(24) 



38 
70 
16 

413 
379 
346 
257 
1,714 

2,437 
5,981 
7,123 
6,679 
17,399 

15,616 
96,573 



155,063 



Western Hemisphere trade 
corporation deduction 



Number of 
returns 



(25) 



Amount 

(Thomond 
dollar a) 



(26) 



111 

126 

93 

70 

456 

658 
1,476 
1,916 
1,639 
3,908 



Number of 
returns 



(27) 



Amount 

(Thousand 
dollars) 



(28) 



92 
74 
75 
57 
398 

738 
1,783 
2,596 
2,583 
6,125 

4,932 

37,406 



Returns without net 
income 



Number of 
returns 



(29) 



^a!!!^^;;^ ^ ^™°J:"°*^ """^""^ f affiliated groups of corporations when one or more of the corporations within the group was a Western Hemisphere trade corporation. 
Amounts shown for income from foreign sources other than dividends were reduced by negative amounts. 
NOTE: See text for explanatory statements and for "Description of the Sample and Limitations of Data." 



(Thousand 
dollars) 



81 

149 
242 
842 
678 
2,448 



4. Source Booiic of 

Statistics of Income^ 

1926-51 1953-55 



SOURCE BOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME 



Page 

Description and use 133 

Chart I. — Data available in the Source Book of Statistics of In- 
come from corporation returns for the years 1926-51, 1953-55. . . 134^ 

Chart II. — Industrial groups for which data from corporation re- 
turns are shown in the Source Book of Statistics of Income, for 
the years 1926-51, 1953-55: Years for which data are available 
in major group tables and years for which data are available in 
minor group tables 137 

132 



4. SOURCE BOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME, 

1926-1955 



The Source Book consists of a series of unpublished volumes contain- 
ing tabulations of financial information from income and profits tax 
returns, by more detailed classifications than in the published reports. 
Statistics of Income. The Source Book volumes are maintained in the 
Statistics Division of the Internal Revenue Service, and are available 
for research purposes to officials of the Federal, State, and other 
governmental units and to qualified representatives of accredited or- 
ganizations . Permission to copy data from the Source Book may be 
obtained upon presentation of a written request addressed to the 
Commissioner oi Internal Revenue. 

The corporation data in the Source Book are from the income and 
profits tax returns for 1926 through 1951 and 1953 through 1955. As an 
aid to acceleration of the published data, the Source Book was not pre- 
pared for 1952 data. The data are tabulated in aggregate (1) for all 
returns and (2) for returns with balance sheets, also segregated in both 
instances as to returns with net income and returns without net income. 

For the years 1932-34, tabulations of data from consolidated returns 
are also shown. A considerable number of corporations filing consoli- 
dated returns for 1932 and 1933 were denied this privilege for taxable 
years beginning after December 31, 1933, by section 14-1 of the Revenue 
Act of 193A, which limited the filing of consolidated returns to common 
carriers by railroad and their related holding and leasing companies. 
These tabulations were made to show the shift effected by this provision 
of the Revenue Act of 193<+ on data from the returns for 1934^ as compared 
with corresponding items from the returns for prior years. (Beginning 
in 1942, the privilege of filing consolidated returns is again extended, 
in general, of all corporations . ) 

Beginning with 1951, a probability sample has been used as the basis 
of the tabulated data . Description of the sample and limitations of 
data for each year may be found in the published volume for the year . 

A summary description of the data contained in the Source Book is 
presented in Charts I and II. The first chart shows the years and clas- 
sifications for which the items are available and the second is a 
detailed presentation of the industries for which the items are availa- 
ble in the major group tables and in the minor group tables . By use of 
these two charts one can quickly determine whether or not the desired 
data are available in the Source Book. For example: To determine the 
availability of figures representing gross sales of anthracite coal 
mining companies for the' years 1926 through 1951 and 1953 through 1955, 
the first chart shows that gross sales will be found for the years 1926 
through 1951 and 1953 through 1955 for major and minor industrial groups; 
the second chart (items 17-19, under "Mining and quarrying") shows that 
anthracite mining is included with bituminous, etc . , for the years 1926- 
27 but is tabulated separately for 1928-51 and 1953-55. 

133 



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137 



Chart II.— INDUSTRIAL GROUPS FOR WHICH DATA FROM CORPORATION RETURNS ARE SHOWN IN THE SOURCE BOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME, FOR THE YEARS 1926-51, 
1953-55: YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE IN MAJOR GROUP TABLES AND YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE IN MIS'OH GROUP TABLES 

(For list of items available, see chart I) 



Industrial group 



Agriculture, forestry, and fishery 

Farms and agricultural services 

Farming — Fruit, cotton, grain, stock, and all other 
farming, including lessors 

Forestry 

Fishery 

Related industries — Forestry, fishing. Ice harvest- 
ing, agricultural industries, not precisely defined; 
holders and lessors 

Agriculture, forestry, and fishery not allocable 

Mining and qusr rying 

Netal mining 

Iron 

Copper 

Lead and zinc 

Gold and silver 

Copper, lead, zinc, gold, silver 

Other metal mining 

Metal mining not allocable (included in No. IS for 
1946-51;53-55) 

Coal mining — Anthracite, bituminous, peat, coke 

Anthracite 

Bituminous coal and lignite (includes peat for 192S- 
47; see No. 26) 

Crude petroleum and natural gas production 

Crude petroleum, natural gas and natural gasoline 

production (Oil and gas for 1926-37) 

Oil- and gas-field service operations 

Nomnetallic mining and quarrying 

Quarrying — Asbestos, stone, clay, sand, gravel, 

precious and semiprecious stones, salt mines, etc., 
(includes lessors and holders for 1926) 

Stone, sand, and gravel 

Other mining and quarrying (nonmetallic) (Includes 
peat for 19^-51;53-55) 

Nonmetallic mining and quarrying not allocable (in- 
cluded in No. 26 for 19*;6-51; 53-55) 

Uijiing and quarrying not elsewhere classified, les- 
sors and holdei*s 

Mining and quarrying not allocable (included in No. 
26 for 19^-51;53-55) .■ 

Construction 

Building and construction above ground, including 
equipping and installing machinery, wrecking, raz- 
ing, or moving, etc 

Other construction underground or on surface — Bridge 
building, waterfront construction, related indus- 
tries, etc., (includes shipbuilding for 1926, see 
No. 241 for 1927-51;53-55) 

General contractors 

General building contractors 

General contractors other than building 

General contractors not allocable 

Special trade contractors 

Other construction (not allocable) 

Manufacturing 

Food products, beverages, and tobacco 

Food products , including beverages 

Food and kindred products 

Bakery and confectionery products 

Bakery products 

Conf ec tionery 

Canning fruits, vegetables, and seafoods (Incltided in 

No. 52 for 1926) 

Meat products 

Grain mill products, except cereal preparations 

Cereal preparations (included in No. 52 for 1926-37). 

Dairy products (included in No. 52 for 1926-37) 

Sugar 

Other food products (includes No. 54 for 1926) 

Food and kindred products not allocable (Included in 

No. 52 for 1926-37) 

Beverages 

Soft drinks, wine, cereal beverages, mineral water, 
brewing and distilling 

Soft drinks, cider or mineral water, etc 

Liquors — Wines, beer, malt extract, malt yeast, 

alcohol 

Malt (breweries) and malt products 

Distilleries, rectifiers, blenders 

Wine 

Nonalcoholic beverages 

Beverages not allocable (included in No. 61 for 

1948-51 ; 53-55) 

Tobacco Tnenufactures 

Cigars 

Other tobacco manufactures 

Textile-mill products (excludes No. 67 for 1941-47).. 

Cotton manufactures 

Woolen and worsted manufactures, including dyeing and 

finishing (Includes wool carpets for 1926) 

Silk manufactures (Includes rayon goods for 1926-37). 



Years for vtiicb 




data available in — 




Uajor group 
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Uliior group 
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1926-51;53-55 




70 
71 


1938-51; 53-55 




72 




1926-37 


73 


1938-51; 53-55 




74 


1938-51;53-55 




75 
76 




1926-37 


77 


1938 




78 


1926-51; 53-55 




79 


1938- 51; 53-55 


1926-37 






1938-51:53-55 


80 




1938-47 


81 




1938-47 






1938-47 






1948-51:53-55 


82 


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1938-51:53-55 


83 




1938-47 


84 
85 




1926-27 


86 


1938-51; 53-55 


1928-37 


87 
88 


1938-51; 53-55 


1928-37 


89 
90 


1938-51;53-55 


1926-51:53-55 


91 
92 




1938-51; 53-55 


93 
94 


1938-51; 53-55 


1926-37 


95 
96 




1938-51:53-55 


97 
98 




1938-51:53-55 


99, 




1938-47 


100 
101 




1926-37 


102 
103 


1938-47 




104 


1926-51;53-55 




105 




1926-37 


106 

107 
108 




1926-37 






1938-47 
1948-51:53-55 


109 

110 





1948-51:53-55 


111 




1948-51; 53-55 






1938-51;53-55 




... 


1938-51:53-55 


112 
113 


1926-51;5J-55 




114 
115 


1926-30 




116 


1931-32 




117 


1933-51; 53-55 








1926-37 


118 
119 
120 




1938-51;53-55 




1938-51:53-55 




1927-51:53-55 


121 




1926-51:53-55 






1926-51:53-55 







1938-51:53-55 






1938-51:53-55 


124 





1926-51:53-55 






1926-51:53-55 






1938-51:53-55 


126 
127 


1933-51:53-55 




128 
129 




1927-32 


130 




1933-37 


131 




1933-37 







1938-51; 53-55 






1938-51:53-55 


133 




1938-51:53-55 


134 




1938-51:53-55 


135 




1938-47 


136 
137 


1931-51:53-55 


1926-30 
1948-51:53-55 


138 




1948-51:5>-55 


119 


1926-51:53-55 




140 


1941-47 


1926-40 


141 




1926-47 
1926-40 


142 
143 



Industrial group 



Rayon and other synthetic textile-mill manufactures . 

Rayon and silk manufactures 

Yam and thread (cotton, wool, silk, and synthetic 
fiber) 

Broadwoven fabrics (woolen and worsted) 

Broadwoven fabrics (cotton) 

Harrow fabrics and other smallwares (cotton, wool, 
silk, and synthetic fiber) 

Knit goods 

Hats, except cloth and millinery (included in No. 84 
for 1926-37) 

Carpets and other floor coverings (wool carpets in- 
cluded in No. 68 for 1926) 

Pyeing and finishing textiles, except woolen and 
worsted 

Hyeing and finishing textiles, fexcept knit goods.... 

Textiles not elsewhere classified — Cord, felt, fur, 
hospital and surgical supplies, linen, other tex- 
tiles , etc 

Other textile-mill products 

Textile-mill products not allocable 

Apparel and products made from fabrics 

Men's clothing 

Vcmen's clothing 

Pur goods 

Millinery 

Other apparel and products made from fabrics 

Other apparel and accessories 

Other fabricated textile products 

Apparel and products made from fabrics not allocable 

Lunber and wood products (Forest products) 

Sawmill and planing mill products 

Other wood products — Carriages, wagons, furniture, 

baskets , etc 

Lumber and wood (tijiiber basic) products, except 

fumi ture 

Logging ( camps) and sawmills 

Planing mills 

Logging camps, logging contractors, sawmills, and 

planing mills 

Millwork, plywood, and prefabricated wood products.. 
Wooden containers (Furniture and finished lumber 

products for 1938-47) 

Lumber and timber basic products not allocable 

Other wood products 

Furniture end fixtures (finished lumber products) 
(See No . 93 for 1926-37) 

Furniture (jrood and metal) — Household, office, pub- 
lic building, and professional 

Partitions, shelving, lockers; and office and store 
fixtures 

Matches (included in No. 267 for 1948-51:53-55) 

Window and door screens, shades and Venetian blinds 
(included in No. 109 for 1938-47) 

Other finished lumber products; cork products 

Other furniture and fixtures 

Furniture and finished lumber products not allocable 
(included in No. 110 for 1948-51; 53-55) 

Paper and allied products 

Pulp, paper, and paperboard 

Pulp goods and converted paper products 

Paper bags and paperboard containers and boxes 

Pulp goods and other converted paper products 

Paper and products not allocable (included in No. 

116 for 1948-51; 53-55) 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries 

Newspapers 

Periodicals 

Books 

Books and music 

Ccoinercial printing, including lithographing 

Other printing and publishing 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries not 
allocable 

Chemicals and allied products 

Industrial chemicals 

Chemicals proper, acids, compounds, etc 

Industrial inorganic chemicals 

Industrial organic chemicals, including plastic 

materials, synthetic rubber, and synthetic fibers. 
Allied chemical substances — Drugs, oils, paints, 

soaps, and other chemical substances not elsewhere 

classified 

Paints, varnishes, lacquers, etc 

Soap and glycerin 

Drugs, toilet preparations, etc 

Drugs and medicines 

Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations.. 
Oils and fats, animal and vegetable, except edible 

cooking oils 

Rayon (raw material) and allied products (included 

in No. 130 for 1948-51; 53-55) 

Fertilizers 

Plastic materials (included in No. 130 for 1948-51; 

53-55) 

Other chemical products 

Cheanicals and allied products not allocable 

Chemical products (except Petroleum and mineral oil 

refining) 



Years for which 
data available in — 



Major group 
tables 



1936-51; 53-55 



1938-51;53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 



1926- 51; 53-55 



1926-51; 53-55 



1926-51;53-55 



Minor group 
tables 



1938-40 
1941-47 

1948-51; 53-55 
1948-51; 53-55 
1948-51; 53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 
1926-51; 53-55 

1938-51;53-55 

1927-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
1948-51; 53-55 



1926-37 
1938-51;53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 



1938- 
1938 

1938- 
1938- 

1948' 
1948- 
1938. 



1948- 
1948- 



1938- 
1948- 



1926-35 
-51; 53-55 
-51; 53-55 
-51;53-55 
-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
-51; 53-55 
-51; 53-55 
■51; 53-55 



1926-37 
1926-37 



1938-47 
1938-47 

51; 53-55 
51;53-55 

51; 53-55 
1938-39 
51;53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 

1938-51; 53-55 
1938-47 

1948-51;53-55 

1938-47 

1948-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 

1938-47 

1948-51;53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 

1938-47 

1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51;53-55 
1938-39 
, 1948-51; 53-55 
1940-47 
1938-51;53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 

1938-51;53-55 

1938-47 

1927-37 

1948-51;53-55 

1948-51 ; 53-55 



1927-37 
1934-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
1948-51; 53-55 
1948- 51; 53- 55 

1938-51:53-55 

1938-47 
1927-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
1938-51:53-55 
1938-51;53-55 



138 



SOURCE BOOK. 1926-1951, 1953-1955 



Chart II. ~- INDUSTHIAL GROUPS FOR WHICH DATA FROM CORPORATION RETURNS ARE SHOWN IN THE SOURCEBOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME, FOR THE YEARS 1926-51, 
1953-55: YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE IN MAJOR GROUP TABLES AND YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE IN MISOR GROUP TABLES— Continued 

[For list of items available, see chart Ij 



Industrial group 



Petroieum and conJ products 

Petroleum and other mineral oil products 

Petroleum refining 

Other petroleum and coal products 

Petroleum and coal products not allocable (included 
in No. 147 for 19<i8- 51; 53-55) 

Rubber products 

Tires (auto) and (inner) tubes 

Other rubber products 

Bone, celluloid, and ivory products (included in No. 

151 for 1926; bone and ivory products in No. 266 for 

1938-49; celluloid in No. 140 for 1938-47, and No. 

130 for 1948-51;53-55) 

Rubber products not allocable (included in No. 151 for 

1926-37, and 1940-51;53-55) 

Stone, clay, end glass products 

Cut-Stone and stone products 

Structural clay products 

Pottery and related products 

Glass and glass products 

Cement ( hydraulic) 

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products 

Abrasives, asbestos, and other nonmetallic mineral 
products 

Stone, clay, and glass products not allocable (in- 
cluded in No. 161 for 1948-51; 53-55} 

Leather and products 

Footwear, except rubber 

Leather, tanned, curried, and finished (included in 

No. 166 for 1926-37) 

Other leather products 

Leather and products not allocable (included in No. 

166 for 1926-37, 1948-51;53-55) 

Metal innnufacture (products and processes) 

Iron, steel, and products 

Primary metal industries 

Blast furnaces, steelworks, and rolling mills (in- 
cludes foundries for 1926-37, for locomotives, see 
No. 237) 

Metal building material and supplies (equipment) 

Fabricated structural metal products 

Heating apparatus (except electrical), and plumbers' 
supplies 

Tin cans and other tinware 

Hardware, tools, etc 

Handtools and general hardware 

Cutlery, handtools, and general hard?fare 

(Nos. 173, 174, 175, and 178 tabulated under "Fabri- 
cated metal products, except ordnance, machinery, 
and transportation equipment" for 1948-51;53-55) . 

Firearms, guns, howitzers, mortars, and related eqilip- 
ment (see No. 252 for 1948-51;53-55) 

Ammunition (see No. 253 for 194a-51;53-55) 

Tanks (included in No. 254 for 1948-51;53-55) 

Sighting and fire-control equipment (except optical) 
(Included in No. 254 for 1948- 51; 53- 55) 

Ordnance and accessories not elsewhere classified (in- 
cluded in No. 254 for 1948-51 ;53-55) 

Iron and steel foundries (included in No. 185 for 
1938-47) 

Other iron, steel , and products 

Other primary metal industries 

Iron, steel, and products not allocable 

Primary metal industries not allocable 

Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, machinery, 
and transportation equipment 

Metal stamping, coating, and engraving 

Lighting fixtures 

Fabricated wire produc ts 

Other fabricated metal products 

Fabricated metal products not allocable 

Metal and metal products, other than iron and steel; 
refining of precious metals, manufacturing Jewelry, 
etc 

Precious metal products and processes. Jewelry, etc ... . 

Clocks and watches (see No. 257 for 1948- 51; 53- 5 5) 

Jewelry (except costume), silverware, plated ware (see 
No. 264 for 1948-51;53-55) (Silverware and plated 
ware included in No. 204 for 1938-39; No. 196 for 
1927-37; No . 195 for 1926) 

Other metal products and processes; combinations of 
foundry and machine shops 

Nonferrous metals and their products 

Nonferrous metal basic products 

Smelting, refining, rolling, drawing, and alloying of 

nonferrous metals (Primary metal industries) 

Nonferrous foundries (Primary metal industries) 

Other manufactures of nonferrous metals and their \ 

alloys 

Nonferrous metals and their products not allocable.... 

Electrical mnchinery and equipment (Metal manufactur- 
ing, 1926-37) 

Electrical generating, transmission, distribution, and 
industrial apparatus (Wire and cable in No. 217 for 
1938-39) 

Electrical equipment for motor vehicles, aircraft, and 
railway locomotives and cars 



Years for which 




data available in — 




Major group 


Minor group 




tables 


tables 




1938-51; 53-55 




209 


1936-37 


1926-35 


210 




1938-51;53-55 


211 




1938-51;53-55 


212 




1938-47 


213 
214 


1926-51;53-55 


1926-51; 53-55 


215 




1926-51; 53-55 


216 

217 
218 




1927-37 


219 
220 




1938-39 


221 


1926-51; 53-55 








1938-51;53-55 


222 




1938-51; 53-55 


223 




1938-51; 53-55 


224 




1938-51;53-55 


225 




1938-51;53-55 






1938-51; 53-55 


226 
227 




1938-51;53-55 


228 

229 




1938-47 


230 
231 


1926-51; 53-55 


1926-51;53-55 

1938-51; 53-55 
1926-51;53-55 

1938-47 


232 
233 

234 
235 


1926-37 






1938-47 






1948-51; 53-55 




236 
237 




1926-51;53-55 


238 




1926-37 






1938-51;53-55 


239 
240 




1938-51;53-55 


241 




1938-51;53-55 


242 




1927-37 


243 




1938-39 


244 




1940-51; 53-55 


245 
246 




1942-47 


247 




1942-47 






1942-47 


248 
249 




1942-47 


250 




1942-47 






1948-51;53-55 


251 




1938-47 


252 




1948-51;53-55 






1938-47 


253 




1948-51; 53-55 


254 


1948- 51; 53- 55 


1948-51;53-55 


255 




1948-51;53-55 


256 




1948-51:53-55 






1948-51 ; 53-55 


257 




1948-51; 53-55 


258 




1926 






1927-37 


259 




1938-47 


260 

261 
262 




1938-47 


263 




1927-37 


264 


1938-47 


1938-47 
1948-51; 53-55 


265 
266 




194«-51;53-55 


267 




1938-47 






1938-47 


268 


1938-51;53-55 


1926-37 
1938-51:53-55 


269 

270 
271 




1938-51:53-55 


272 



Industrial group 



Radios, complete or parts (All other manufacturing) . 

Radio apparatus and phonographs 

Commtmication equipmen \. and phonographs 

Radio, radar, and television equipment (except radio 

tubes) , and phonographs 

Other coiiinunication equipment and related products.. 

Electrical ( household) appliances 

Insulated wire and cable (included in No. 207 for 

1940-47) 

Electric lamps (included in No. 217 for 1938-39; No. 

218 for 1940-47) 

Other electrical machinery 

Other electrical machinery and equipment 

Other electrical products, including batteries 

Electrical machinery and equipment not allocable 

Machinery, except transportation equipment and elec- 
trical 

Special industry machinery 

General industry machinery 

Metalworking machinery, including machine tools 

Engines and turbines, except automotive, aircraft, 
and railway 

Construction and mining machinery 

Agricultural machinery and tractors 

Office equipment, etc., (included in No . 234 for 1926) 

Office and store machines 

Household machinery and equipment 

Household and service- industry machines 

Other machinery parts and machine shops (included in 
No. 223 for 1938-47) 

Factory machinery — Food production machinery, 
leather, metal, paper, printing, textile, and 
woodworking machinery 

Miscellaneous machinery — Building, construction, 
gas , mining machinery and equipment 

Machinery, except transportation equipment and elec- 
trical, not allocable 

Transportation equipment, except motor vehicles .... 
Railroad equipment, including locomotives and 

streetcars 

Airplanes (included in No. 258 for 1926; No. 260 for 

1927) 

Aircraft and parts, including aircraft engines 

Shipbuilding (included in No. 32 for 1926) 

Ship aiul boatbuilding and repairing 

Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts 

Other transportation equipment, except motor vehicles 
Transportation equipment, except automobiles, not 

allocable 

Motor vehicles and equipment, except electrical 

Motor vehicles, including bodies and truck trailers 
(for tanks, see No. 181 for 1942-47) 

Autcffliobile accessories and parts, other than elec- 
trical 

Trailers for passenger cars 

Motor vehicles (automobile) parts and accessories, 
and passenger trailers 

Automobiles and equipment, except electrical, not 
allocable (included in No. 249 for 1948-51 ;53-55) . 

Ordnance and accessories 

Guns, howitzers, mortars, and related equipment, in- 
cluding small arms (see No. 179 for 1942-47) 

Small arms ammunition (see No. 180 for 1942-47) 

Other ordnance and accessories (see Nos. 180-183 for 
1942-47) 

Scientific instruments; photographic equipment; 
watches, clocks7 , 

Professional, scientific, and controlling instru- 
ments, including photographic and optical goods... 

Watches, clocks, and clockwork-operated devices (see 
No. 197 for 1938-47) 

All other manufacturing — Airplanes, optical products, 
musical instruments, metal processes, etc 

Miscellaneous manufacturing 

Airplanes, musical instruments, optical goods, ca- 
noes, manufacturing not elsewhere specified 

Musical Instruments, optical goods, canoes, etc 

Other manufacturing 

Ice, natural or manufactured (Included in No. 52 for 
1926-37; 1940-51; 53-55) 

Jewelry (precious metal), silverware, plated ware 
(see No. 198 for 1940-47) 

Costume jewelry, except precious metal (included in 
No. 262 for 1938-47) 

Fabricated plastic products, except plastic mate- 
rials (included in No. 262 for 1938-47) 

Manufacturing not elsewhere classified (Included In 
No . 262 for 1940-47) 

Manufacturing not allocable (Included in No. 267 for 
1948-51 ; 53-55) 

Public utilities (Transportation and other public 
utilities) 

Transportation and related activities (subgroup 
total, 1927-37) . 

Transportation 

Steam railroads 



Years for which 
data available in- 



Major group 
tables 



1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51;53-55 



1936-51 ;53- 55 



1948-51; 53-55 



1926-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 



Minor group 
tables 



1927-37 
1938-39 
1940-47 

1948-51;53-55 
1948-51; 53-55 
1938-51:53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 

1938-39 

1940-47 

1948-51; 53-55 

1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51 ; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 

1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1926-51; 53-55 

1927-37 
1938-51;53-55 

1926-37 
1938-51; 53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 



1926-37 

1926-37 

1938-51; 53-55 

1926-51; 53-55 

1928-51; 53-55 

1927-51;53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51;53-55 

1938-47 

1926-35 

193a-51;53-55 

1938-39 
1938-39 

1940-51;53-55 

1938-47 





1948-51;53-55 
1948-51;53-55 




1948-51:53-55 


1948-51:53-55 






1948-51;53-55 




1948-51;53-55 


1926 
1927-37 




1938-51:53-55 


1927 
1928-37 




1938-39 




1948-51:53-55 




1948-51:53-55 




1948-51:53-55 




( 1938-39 
(1948-51:53-55 


1938-47 





SOURCE BOOK, 1926-1951. 1953-1955 



139 



^^'^"^l^-- """'■^^Kl'>'- OOOUPS FOR WHICH DATA FROM CORPORATION RETURNS ARE SHOWN IN THE SOURCC BOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME FOR THP YFAR<; iQCfi .;i 
1953-55: YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE D. MAJOK OlOUP TABLES AND YEARS F(« WHICH DAM ARE AVaEaBLE In 1926-51. 



*W0« GROUP TABLES— Continued 



[For list of it 



available, see obart I] 



274 
275 



277 
278 



279 
280 
281 

282 
283 



285 
286 
287 
288 



290 
291 
292 
293 



295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 



Industrial group 



Railroads, switchiiig, tenninfll, sleeping and dining 

car companies (passenger car service ccmpanies) 

Railroads , railway express 

Railway express (included in No. 27* for 1948-51:53- 

55). 



Electric railways, all other railroads; pullJDan cars-, 
refrigerator, stock, poultry and fruit cars; les- 
sors 



and interurban railways, with or 



Urban, suburban 

without buses , 
Local transportation, taxicab, aiKl sightseeing buses 

drayage and delivery service; special feed storage 

and packers, garages, etc 

Autobus lines, taxicabs, and sightseeing ccmpanies.. 

Buslines , interstate and interurban 

Taxicab companies (inclxided in No. 283 for 1948-51-53- 

55) 



Years for which 
data available in— 



llajor group 
tables 



Other highway passenger transportation 

Other motor vehicle transportation, including taxicabs 
and buses 

Cartage and storage — Food storage; packing and ship- 
ping; local transportation and related industries 
not elsewhere classified (specified) 

Trucking, interstate and interurban 

Trucking, local; and warehousing 

Trucking and warehousing 

Air (aerial) transportation (and allied services, 
1938-51;53-55) (included in No. 307 for 1926) 

Pipelines (pipeline transportation) (included in No 
307 for 1926; No. 309 for 1927-33) 

Water transportation 

Other transportation and allied services 

Services incidental to transportation 

Transportation not allocable (included in No. 294 for 
1948-51 ; 53-55) 

Other transportation 



.302 
303 
304 
305 

306 

307 



308 
309 



310 
3U 



313 
314 

315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 

321 

322 

323 

324 
325 

326 
327 
328 
329 
330 

331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 

339 
340 
341 
342 
343 



Connunication _ 

Telephone, telegraph, and radio companies 

Telephone and telegraph companies 

Telephone (wire or radio) 

Telegraph (wire and radio) 

Radio broadcasting and television (inclixles television 

for 1940 and subsequent years) 

Other communication 



Other public utilities (subgroup total, 1927-37) 

Electric and gas utilities ■ 

Electric light and power 

Electric light and power companies and combined elec- 
tric light and gas companies 

Gas distribution and manufacture 

All other public utilities, aerial transportation, 
waterworks, irrigation systems, pipelines, pneumatic 
tube systems, toll bridges, etc 

Water ( companies) supply 

All other public utilities — Terminal stations, toll 
bridges, aijd toll roads, irrigation systems, etc 

Public utilities not elsewhere classified 

Other public utilities not allocable (included in No. 
310 for 1948-51;53-55) 



Trade . 



313 for 1938-39) 



Wholesale 

Ccnniission merchants (included in No 

Other wholesalers 

Food ( stores ) , wholesale 

Alcoholic beverages, wholesale' 

Apparel and dry goods, wholesale 

Chemicals, points, and drugs, wholesale 

Hardware, electrical goods, plumbing aixi heating 
equipment, wholesale 

Lumber, millwork, and construction materials, whole- 
sale 

Uachinery and equipment, wholesale (included In No. 
324 for 1940-47) 

Farm products (raw materials), wholesale (included In 
No. 324 for 1940-47) 

Wholesalers not elsewhere classified 

Wholesalers not allocable 



1938-51;53-55 



1938-51;53-55 
1948-51;53-55 



1926-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 
1940-51; 
1940-51; 



53-55 
53-55 
53-55 



Retnil 

General merchandise, department, dry goods , retail . . 

General merchandise, retail 

Department stores 

Other general merchandise (included in No. 327 for 

1938-47) 

(Limited-price) variety stores, retail 

Mail-order houses 

Food (stores), retail ] 

(Package) liquor stores, retail 

Drug stores , retail ', , 

Apparel and accessories, retail 

Furniture and housefumishings, retail 

Eating and drinking places ( including restaurants) . 

(Restaurants included in No. 443 for 1926-37) 

Autanotlve dealers , retail 

Automotive dealers and filling stations, retail.... 

Automobiles and trucks , retail 

Parts, accessories, tires, batteries, retail 

Dealers in automobiles, etc., not allocable 



1938-51; 53-55 

1938-39 

1940-51; 53-55 



1938-39 
1938-39 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-47 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
1948-51 ; 53-55 



Minor group 
tables 



1938-47 
1948-51; 53-55 



1926-37 
1938-51; 53-55 



1926 
1927-37 
1938-39 

1938-47 
1940-47 

1948-51;53-55 



1927-37 

1938-39 

1938-39 

1940-51;53-55 

1927-51;53-55 

1934-51;53-55 

1926-51;53-55 

1938-39 

1940-51; 53-55 

1938-47 
1948-51;53-55 



1926 

1927-37 

1938-51; 53-55 

1938-51;53-55 

1927-51;53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 



1927- 51; 53- 55 
1926-51;53-55 



1926 
1927-51;53-55 



1927-37 
1938-51; 53- 55 



1926-37 
1926-37 

1940-51;53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 

1940-51; 53-55 

1940-51;53-55 

1948-51;53-55 

1948-51; 53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 

1926-37 
1940-47 

1948-51; 53-55 

194S-51;53-55 
1940-51;53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 

1948-51;53-55 



Industrial group 



193S-51;53-55 

1938- 51; 53- 55 

1938-39 



Filling stations 

Building materials, fuel and ice (Lumber aixl coal 
yards, 1938-39) ("Fuel and ice" Included in No. 349 
for 1938-39 and 1948-51; 53-55) 

Building materials and hardware 

Hardware (and fam equipaent), retail 

Lumber and building materials 

Other retail trade 

Other retail stores (included in No. 349 for 1938-47) 

Retail stores not allocable 

Jewelry stores (included in No. 329 for 1926-27; No. 
349 for 1938-47; No. 350 for 1948) 

Wholesale and retail trade 



All other trade, auto wreckers, film exchanges, pneu- 
matic tubes, trading stamps, garages for storage, 
repair service, etc 



Trade not allocwble. 



Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real 
property (excludes lessors of real property nrior ' 

to 1938) :..:...:.: 

Finance (subgroup total, 1940-51;53-55) . 

B anking and related industries (subgroup total, 1927. 

37). 

National banks 

Banks and trust coo^ianies 

State and private banks 

State and private banks, savings banks, loan and 

trust ccnpanies 

Bank and trust companies, savli^s banks 

Joint stock land banks 

Banks and trust ccopanies other than mutual savings 

Mutual savings banks 

Financing companies — Automobiles, furniture, radios, 

pianos, etc. (included in No. 405 for 1930-37) 

CoBBiercial credit and finance ccxBpanles 

Industrial and personal loan companies 



Years for which 
data available in — 



Major group 
tables 



S»rt-teiai credit agencies, except banks 

Sales f in ance and industrial credit {installment 
sales finance companies in No.373 for 19;8-51;53-55) . 

Personal credit 

Personal credit agencies (see No. 371) 

Other short-tern credit agencies 

Short-tem credit agencies, except banks, not allo- 



long-tenB credit agencies mortgage ccmpanies, except 

banks (Mortgage and title caapaiiies, 1938-39) 

Credit agencies other than banks 

riness credit agencies 

Other credit agencies 

Credit agencies and finance not allocable 

Savings and loan, building and loan associations 



1938-47 

1948-51;53-55 

1938-47 

1938-51:53-55 

1938-47 



1938-51;53-55 



1926-51 ; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 



Minor group 
tables 



1948-51;53-55 



1948-51; 53-55 
1948-51 ; 53-55 



1948-51;53-55 
1948-51; 53-55 



1949-51;53-55 
1927-37 



1938-39 
1938-39 



Inveslmjnt trusts, stock syndicates, stock pools, 
holding companies, etc 

Investment trusts and investment companies 

Holding and other investment ccmpanies 

Management type 

Fixed or semifixed type 

Installment investment plans aul guaranteed face 
amount certificates 

Mineral, oil, and gas royalty companies 

Investment trusts and investment ccmpanies not allo- 



cable. 



Holding conpanies. real estate, patents, investments 
concessions, etc. (Holding companies Included in 
No. 419 for 1927-29; No. 405 for 1930-33; No. 382 
for 1934-37) 

Holding conqjanles ........................ 

Operating holding ccn^ianies 

Railroad securities 

Other public utilities securities 

Industrial securities 

Bank securities 

Other specified securities 

Securities not specified 

Other corporations holding securities 

Otiier investment caaq>anies, including holding ccxn- 
panies 

Other investment and holding ccmqKtnles 



1926-37 

1926 

1927-37 

1926 

1928-37 

1953-55 
1953-55 



1940-47 

1940-47 

1948-51; 53-55 

1940-47 

1940-47 



1938-47 
1948-51;53-55 


1948- 
1948- 
1948- 


51;53-55 
51; 53-55 
51; 53-55 
1953-55 


1938-47 
1948-51;53-55 




1934-37 

1938-47 
1938-47 

1938-47 
1938-47 

1938-47 



Stock and l»nd brokers (includes investment bankers 
for 1927-29) 

Stock and bond brokers. Investment brokers, invest- 
ment bankers (includes Investment trusts for 1930- 
33; see No. 382) 

Security and cdnnodity-excbange brokers ani dealers.. 

Loan ccmpanies (Other finance) — Building aixl loan as- 
sociations; mortgage, note, or pawnbrokers; holding 
ccmpanies (1930-33); insurance agents, promoters; 
foreign exchange; financing sales of autaix>biles, 
etc. (see No. 367 for 1926-29) (includes stock 
syndicates for 1926-33; see No. 382) 

Other finance companies 

Finance not allocable (included in No. 380 for 1948- 
51 ; 53-55) 



1938-39 
1940-47 



1938-51;53-55 



1938-47 
1940-47 



1926-28 
1940-47 
1940-51;53-55 
1938-39 
1938-39 
1938-39 
1938-39 
1938-39 
1938-39 



1948-51; 53-55 



468791 0-58-10 



140 SOURCE BOOK, 1926-1951. 1953-1955 

Chart II. — INDUSTRIAL GROUPS FOR WHICH DAIA FBOM CGRTOBATIOII RETUBHS ARE SHOUN IN THE SOURCEBOOK OF STATISTICS OF INCOME, FOR THE YEARS 1926-51, 
1953-55: YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE M MAJOB OUXIP TABLES AMD YEARS FOR WHICH DATA ARE AVAILABLE IN MINOR GROUP TABLES— Continued 

[Fbr list of it«aB available, see chart I] 



408 
i09 
ilO 
ill 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 



418 

419 



422 
423 
424 
425 
426 
427 
428 

429 
430 



432 
433 
434 
435 
436 
437 
438 



440 



Industrial group 



Insurance compflnies (subgroup total, 1927-37). 

Insurance carriers and agents 

Insurance carriers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Life insurance companies (mutual or stocdt) 

Insurance companies, except life — 

Mutual insurance companies, except life 

Mutual insurance companies, except life or i 
Mutual insurance, except life or marine or fire in- 
surance compEinies issuing perpetual policies 

Other insurance carriers 



Real estflte (included in No. 390 for 1926) 

Real estate and realty holding conpanies — Realty de- 
velopment, holding or leEising; realty trusts, etc.. 

Real estate, except lessors of real pr(^)er^ otber 
than bui Id ings •- 

Dealers and development conqianies, lessors of build- 
ings, lessee and owner operators of buildings. ....- 

Real estate agents, brokers, and managers 

Owner operators and lessors of buildings 

Real estate operators, including lessors of buildings 

Lessee operators of buildings 

Owners for improvement 

Trad ing for own account .- 

Developers of real property, including traders co om 
account ■•- 

Title abstract companies ...... 

Real estate, including lessors of buildings not allo- 
cable {included in No. 431 for 1948-51;53-») 

Other real estate, except lessors of real propertor 
other than buildings 

Lessors of real property, except buildings........... 

Agricultural, forest, and similar properties ..... 

Mining, oil, and similar properties . . 

Railroad property 

Public-utility property 

Other real property, except buildings -. 

Lessors of real property, except buildings, not allo- 
cable (included in No. 437 for I948-51;53-55) 

Finance, insurance, real estate, and lessors of real 
property not allocable .. 



Services. 



441 Hotels and other lodging pla 



Tears for which 
data available in — 



Ibjor gnxqi 
tables 



1938-51; 53-55 
19«)-51; 53-55 
19WJ-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51 ;53-55 



1938-39 
1906-51; 53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 



grcxip 
tables 



1938-39 

1926-51; 53-55 

1926-39 

1940-41 

1942 

1943-51; 53-55 
l«a-51; 53-55 



1938-39 
1938-51; 53-55 
1940-47 
1948-51; 53-55 
1940-47 
1940-47 
1940--;7 

1948-51; 53-55 
19«)-51; 53-55 

1938-47 

1948-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 

1938-47 



Industrial group 



Personal services 

Domestic service — Laundries, hotels, restaurants, 
operating apartments or office buildings, etc. 
(Restaurants included in No. 338 for 1938- 51; 53-5 5). 

laundries, cleaners, and dyers 

Photographic studios (including comnercial photo- 
graphy) 

Other personal services 

Personal services not allocable (included in No. 446 
for 1948-51 ;53- 55) 



Business services — Detective bureaus, trade shows, 
mimeographing, publishing directories, etc. (in- 
cludes electrical advertising) 

Business services 

Advertising 

Other business services 

Business services not allocable (included in No. 451 
for 1948-51 ; 53-55) 



Autonotive repair services and garages (see No. 354). 
Uiscellaneous repair services, hand trades 



Aausefnents 

Amusement, except motion pictures 

Theaters, motion pictures, all other amusements, etc. 

Theaters, legitimate, vaudeville, etc 

Other amusements — Circuses, golf links, racetracks, 

pleasure resorts , etc 

AmuBonent not allocable 



notion pictures (production and theaters). 

Uotion picture producers 

notion picture theaters 



1938-51;53-55 



Other services not elsewhere specified— Auto camps, 
cemeteries, boards of trade, newspaper syndicates, 
photographers, concessionaires — amusement, cloak- 
rooms , etc 

Other services, including schools 

Professional services — Curative, educational, engi- 
neering, legal, etc. (included in No. 465 for 
1938-51;53-55) 

Services not allocable (included in No. 465 for 
1948-51 ;53-55) 

Nature of business not allocable (not given) 1926-51;53-55 



Years for which 
data available in- 



Major group 

tables 



1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51:53-55 



1938-51;53-55 
1940-51; 53-55 



1938-39 
1940-51,53-55 



1940-51; 53- 



Minor group 
tables 



1926-37 
1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51)53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 



1938-51; 53-55 
1938-51; 53-55 



1926 
1927-37 



1927-39 
1938-39 



1927-51;53-55 
1927-51;53-55 



5. Facsimiles of Corporation 
Income Tax Return Forms, 

1955 



CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURN FORMS, 1955 



Form 1120: Corporation income tax retiarn 

Form 1 1 POL: Life insurance company income tax return 

Form 1120M: Mutual insurance company income tax return 

Form 1118; Statement in sxipport of credit claiDoed for taxes paid 
to a foreign coimtry or United States possession 



Page 

U3 
161 
175 

179 



142 



FACSIMILES OF TAX RETURNS, 1955 



143 



FORM 



1120 



U. S. Txeasnry Department 
iBtcmal Revenue Service 



U. S. CORPORATION INCOME TAX RETURN 



FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1955 



or other taxable year beginning ._ 

and ending 


1955, 

, 195 


PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT PLAINLY 


Noma 


Number and street 



City or town, postal zone number, county. State 



19S5 

Do not write In space below 



Pagel 



A. Date incorporated 

B. Place incorporated 

C. Business group code number and principal business activity 
(See page 8 of Instructions) 



G. Is taxpayer a sole proprietorship or partnership electing 
under section 1361 to be taxed as a corporation? 
(Answer "Yes" or "No") 



H. Is taxpayer a personal holding company? 

(Answer "Yes" or "No") 

(If answer is "Yes," Schedule 1 120 PH must be attached.) 



I. 



D. Is this a consolidated return? 
(Answer "Yes" or "No") 



(See Instruction I) 



E. Did any corporation, individual, partnership, trust, or 
association at any time during the taxable year own 
50 percent or more of the corporation's voting stock? 

(Answer "Yes" or "No") 

(If answer is "Yes," attach separate schedule showing: (1) Nome 
and address; (2) percentage of stock owned; (3) date stock was 
acguired; and (4) the District Director's office in which the income 
tax return of such corporation, individual, partnership, trust, or 
association for the last taxable year was filed.) 

F. If corporation is a cooperative association, check whether: (1) □ farm- 
ers' marketing or a farmers' purchasing cooperative association, 

(2) n consumers' cooperative association, or (3) n other cooperative 
association. 



Did the corporation, during the taxable year, have any con- 
tracts or subcontracts subject to the Renegotiation Act of 195 1 ? 
(Answer "Yes" or "No") 

(If answer is "Yes," state the approximate aggregate gross 
dollar amount billed during the taxable year under all 
such contracts and/or subcontracts. (See General Instruc- 
tion G-(4).) $ 

Did the corporation pay (or agree to pay) anyone other than 
an employee for assistance in the preparation of this return? 
(Answer "Yes" or "No") 

If answer is "Yes," enter his name and address 



FILL IN REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE AFTER COMPLETING PAGES 2 AND 3 



► Enter amounts shown on page 2, line 1 , $. 



line 4, $-. 



line 15, $. 



COMPUTATION OF TAX DUE OR REFUND 

1. Total income tax (line 50, page 3) 

2. Credits for amounts paid on 1955 income tax: 

A. Tax paid with Form 7004 (in case of apphcation for automatic extension of time 
in which to file) 

B. Payments on 1955 Declaration of Estimated Tax 



3. If tax Oine 1) is larger than payments Olne 2), the balance is TAX DUE. Enter such balance here- 

(For inatallment payin«nt» aee Instruction D.) 

4. If payments Oine 2) ore larger than tax Oine 1) Enter the OVERPAYMENT here. 



5. Enter amount of line 4 you want Credited on 1956 estimated tax. ... $.. 

Refunded $.. 



SIGNATURE AND VERIFICATION (See Instruction E) 

I declare under the penalties of penury that this return (including any accompanying schedules and statements) has been examined by me 
and to the best of my knowledge and belief is a true, correct, and complete return. 



(Dale) 



(Signature of officer) 



(Tille) 



CORPORATE 
SEAL 



1 declare under the penalties of perjury that I prepared this rehirn for the person named herein; and that this rehirn (including any accompany- 
ing schedules and statements) Is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a true, correct, and complete retiirn based on all the information relating 
to the matters required to be reported in this return of which I hove any knowledge. 



(Dale) 



(Individual or firm signature) 



(Address) 



FORM 1120 



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FACSIMILES OF TAX RETURNS, 1955 



TAXABLE INCOME COMPUTATION 



Page 2 



Instrtidioa 
aod Line Nol 



GROSS INCOME 



1. Gross sales (where inventories Less: Returns and 
are on income-determining factor) $ ; allowances $ 



Z. Less; Cost of goods sold (Schedule A) . 
3. Gross profit from sales 



4. Gross receipts (where inventories are not an income-determining 
factor) 



$-. 



5. Less: Cost of operations (Schedule B) 

C Gross profit where inventories are not an income-determining factor. 

7. Dividends (Schedule C) 

t. Interest on loans, notes, mortgages, bonds, bank deposits, etc 



9. Interest on corporation bonds, etc 

M. Interest on obligations of the United States, etc.; 

(a) Issued prior to March 1, 1941 — (1) U. S. savings 
bonds and Treasury bonds owned in excess of the 
principal amount of $5,000, and (2) obligations 
of an instnamentality of the U. S 

(b) Obhgations issued on or after March 1 , 1 94 1 , by 
the U. S. or any agency or instrumentality thereof 



Gross Amount of 
Interest 



Less: Amortizabte 
Bond Premium 



11. Kents . 



IL Royalties 

13. Gains and losses (from separate Schedule D) : 

(a) Net short-term capital gain reduced by any net long-term capital loss 

(b) Net long-term capital gain reduced by any net short-term capital loss 

(c) Net gain (or loss) from sale or exchange of property other than capital assets . 

14. Other income (itemize): 



U. 



Total income in lines 3, and 6 to 1 4, inclusive . 



DEDUCTIONS 

IC. Compensation of officers (Schedule E) 



IT. Salaries and wages (not deducted elsewhere) . 



It. Rents . 



19. Repairs (Do not include cost of improvements or capital expenditures) 

n. Bad debts (Schedule F) 

21. Interest 

2Z. Taxes (Schedule G) 

23. Contributions or gifts paid (Schedule H) 

24. Losses by fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty, or theft (Attach schedule) . 



FACSIMILES OF TAX RETURNS, 1955 



145 



25. 

26. 

27. 

28. 
29. 

30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 

35. 
36. 



37. 

38. 
39. 



Amortization (Schedule I) 

Depreciation (Schedule ]) 

Depletion of mines, oil and gas wells, timber, etc. (Attach schedule) . 



Advertising (Attach schedule) 

Amounts contributed under: 

(a) Pension, annuity, stock bonus, or profit-sharing plans (Attach schedule). 

(b) Other employee benefit plans (Attach schedule) 



Other deductions (Schedule K) 

Total deductions in lines 16 to 30, inclusive. 



Taxable income before net operating loss deduction and special deductions. 
Less: Net operating loss deduction (Attach schedule) 



Taxable income before special deductions 

SPECIAL DEDUCTIONS 
Deduction for partially tax-exempt interest (net amount entered on line 10 (a)). 



Dividends-received deductions: 

(a) 85% of column 2, Schedule C 

(b) 62.1 15% of column 3, Schedule C 

(c) 85 % of dividends received from certain foreign corporations . 



Total dividends-received deductions (sum of lines 36 (a), (b), and (c) but not to exceed 85 
percent of the excess of line 32 over the sum of lines 35 and 39) (See instructions in case 
of net operating loss) 



Deduction for dividends paid on certain preferred stock of public utilities (See instructions 
in case of net operating loss) 



Deduction for Western Hemisphere trade corporations (See instructions in case of net oper- 
ating loss) 



40. Total special deductions 

41. Line 34 less line 40 (Enter income or loss here and on line 42(b)) . 



TAX COMPUTATION FOR CALENDAR YEAR 19SS AND TAXABLE YEARS ENDING ON OR BEFORE MARCH 31. I9S6 
For other taxable years attach Schedule 1120 FY (See tax computation instructions) 



42. (a) Amount of line 35, $ (b) plus amount of line 41, $ Enter total here -> 

43. If amount of line 42 is: 

(a) Not over $25,000— 

Enter 30 percent of line 42 (32 percent if a consolidated return) 

(b) Over $25,000— 

Enter 52 percent of line 42 (54 percent if a consolidated return) 

Subtract $5,500, and enter difference 



$-. 



5,500.00 



44. Adjustment for partially fax-exempt interest. Enter 30 percent of line 35, but not in excess of 30 percent of line 42. 

45. Normal tax and surtax (line 43 less line 44) 



46. Income tax (line 45, or line 20 of separate Schedule D) 

47. Credit allowed a domestic corporation for income taxes paid to a foreign country or United 

States possession (submit Form 1118) 



$. 



48. Balance of income tax Qine 46 less line 47) 

49. Tax under section 54 1 of the Internal Revenue Code (from Schedule 1 1 20 PH) . 

50. Totol income tax (line 48 plus line 49). Enter here and on line 1, page 1 . . 



$ 



Page 3 



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FACSIMILES OF TAX RETURNS, 1955 



Schedule L.— BALANCE SHEETS (See Instructions) 




Page 4 




Beginning of Taxable Year 


End of Taxable Year 


ASSETS 


Amount 


Total 


Amount 


Total 


1. Cash 


$. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2. Notes and accounts receivable 






(a) Less: Reserve for bad debts 








3. Inventories: 

(a) Other than last-in, first-out 


$ 




$ 




(b) Last-in, first-out 








4, Prepaid expenses and suppUes 


$... _.. 




$ 




5. Investments in governmental obligations: 

(a) Obligations of a State, Territory, or a possession of 
the United States, or any political subdivision of any 






(b) Obligations of the United States and its instrumentah- 








6. Other investments (Attach schedule) 


$ 




$ 










(a) Less: Accumulated amortization and depreciation 










$ - - - 




$ 




(a) Less: Accumulated depletion 








9« Land (net of any amortization) 


$ 




$ 




10. Intanaible assets famortizable onlv) 














11. Other assets (Attach schedule) 


$ 




$ 




12. Total Assets 


$ 


$ 


LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 


$ 


$ 


14. Bonds, notes, and mortgages payable (maturing less than 












16. Bonds, notes, and mortgages payable (maturing more 
than one year from date of balance sheet) 

17 Other liabilities f Attach schedule) 










18. Capital stock: (a) Preferred stock 
































22. Total Liabilities and Capital 


$ 


$ 



Schedule M.— RECONCILIATION OF TAXABLE INCOME AND ANALYSIS OF EARNED SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 



1. Earned surplus and undivided 

profits at end of preceding tax- 
able year (Schedule L) 

2. Taxable income before net operat- 

ing loss deduction and special 
deductions (line 32, page 3) . . . . 

3. Nontaxable interest on: 

(a) Obligations of a State, Terri- 
tory, or a possession of the 
United States, or any political 
subdivision of any of the fore- 
going, or of the District of Co- 
lumbia 

(b) Obligationsof the United States 
issued on or before Sept. 1, 
1917; all postal savings bonds. . 

4. Other nontaxable income (Attach 

schedule) 

5. Charges against surplus reserves 

deducted from income in the re- 
turn (Attach schedule) 

6. Adjustments for tax purposes not 

recorded on books (Attach sched- 
ule) 



7. Sundry credits to earned surplus 

(Attach schedule) 

8. Total of lines 1 to 7 



13, 



Total distributions to stockholders charged to earned 
surplus during the taxable year: 

(a) Cash 

(b) Stock of the corporation 

(c) Other property 

Contributions in excess of 5% limitation 

Federal income and excess profits taxes 

Income taxes of foreign countries or United States posses- 
sions if claimed as a credit in whole or in part on line 47, 
page 3 

Insurance premiums paid on the life of any officer or em- 
ployee where the corporation is directly or indirectly a 
beneficiary 



14. Unallowable interest incurred to purchase or carry tax- 

exempt interest obligations 

15. Excess of capital losses over capital gains 

16. Additions to surplus reserves (Attach schedule) 

17. Other unallowable deductions (Attach schedule) 

18. Adjustments for tax purposes not recorded on books (Attach 

schedule) 

19. Sundry debits to earned surplus (Attach schedule) 

20. Total of lines 9 to 19 



21. Earned surplus and undivided profits at end of the taxable 
year (Schedule L) (Line 8 less line 20 ol Schedule M) . . . 



FACSIMILES OF TAX RETURNS, 1955 



147 



Page 5 



The information required in Schedules A through K on pages 5 and 6 may be furnished on separate attachments if all the required facts 
ore included and the necessary figures are carried forward to the appropriate lines on pages 2 and 3. If separate attachments are 
used, detach and discard pages 5 and 6. 



Name and Address (Number, street, city, postal zone, county. State) 



Schedule A.— COST OF GOODS SOLD. (See Instruchon 2) 

(Where inventories are an income-determining factor) 



1. Inventory at beginning of year 

2. Merchandise bought for manufacture or sale . 

3. Salaries and wages 

Other costs per books (Attach schedule) 

Total 

Less: Inventory at end of year 

Cost of goods sold (Enter here and on line 2, 
page 2) 



Schedule B.— COST OF OPERATIONS 

(Where inventories are not an income-determining ioctor) 



1. Salaries and wages 

2. Other costs (to be detailed); 

(a) 

(b) 

(c) 

(d) 

(e) 

3. Total (Enter here and on line 5, page 2) . 



Schedule C— INCOME FROM DIVIDENDS 






1. Name of Declariii( Corporation 


2. Domestic Corporations 
Taxable Under Chapter 1, 
Internal Revenue (;ode* 


3. Certain Preferred Stock 
of Public Utilities Taiable 
Under Chapter 1, Internal 
Revenue Code 


4. Foreign Corporations 


5, Other Corporations 




$ 


$ 


$.. 


$ 




























































































Totals 


$ 


$ 


$ 


it 


Total of columns 2, 3, 4, and 5 (Enter here and on line 7. page 2) 


$ 



"Except (a) dividends on certain preferred stock of public utilities, which should be entered in column 3: and (b) dividends, which should be entered in column 5, received from 
China Trade Act corfX)rations, from corporations to which sechon 931 applies, and from corporations exempt irom tax under sections 501 and 521. 

Schedule D. — Separate Schedule D (Form 1 120) should be used in reporting sales or exchanges of property and filed with this return 

(See Instruction 13) 



Schedule E.— 


COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS 








1. Name and Address of Officer 


2. Official Title 


3. Time Devoted to 
Business 


Percentage of Corporation's Stock 
Owned 


6. Amount of 
Compensation 




4. Common 


5. Preferred 














$ 


































































































Total compensation of officers (Enter here and on line 1 6 


, page 2) 








$ 



Schedule F.— BAD DEBTS. (See Instruction 20) 



1. Taxable Year 


Outslandinf at— 


4. Taxable (or Net) 
Income Reported 


5. Sales on Account 


6. Bad Debts of Corpo- 
ration if No Reserve Is 
Carried on Books 


If Corporation Carries a Reserve 


2. Beginning of Year 


3. End of Year 


7. Gross Amount Added 
to Reserve 


8. Amount Charged 
Against Reserve 


1952 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$.- - -- 


$ 


$ 


1953 






1954 
















1955 































NOTE: Securities which are capital assets and which became worthless within the taxable year should be reported in separate Schedule D. 



GPO O - JS5295 



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Page 6 



Schedule G.— TAX K.S. (See Instruction 22) 


Schedule H.— CONTRIBUTIONS OR GIFTS PAID 
(See Instruction 23) 


Nature 


Amount 


Name and Address of Organization 


Amount 




$ 




$ __... 














































Contributions carryover (See instructions) .... 

Total contributions (Enter here and on line 
23, page 2, subject to 5 percent limitation) . 




Total (Enter here and on line 22, page 2) . 


$ 


$ 



Schedule I.— AMORTIZATION 


(See Instruction 25) 






fadDtiis. pain storage fadlilies. research or experimental expenditures, exploration 
and devdopraent expenditures, or organizational expenditures) 


2. Date Acquired, 

Completed, or 

Expended 


3. Amount Being 
Amortized 


4. Amortization De- 
ducted in Prior 
Years 


5. Amortization 

Period (Number 

of monttis) 


6. Amortization 
This Year 






$ _ 


$ 


$ 


































































































1 Total 
















3. Balance — Enter here and on line 25, page 3 








$ 



Schedule J.— DEPRECIATION. 


(See Instruction 26) 






L Kiiid of Property Of buildings, state material of which con- 

sbndEdX Exclude land and Other Nondepreciable Property. 

Uit Assets in Groups by Depreciation Method 


2. Date Acquired 


3. Cost or Other 
Basis 


4. Depreciation 
Allowed (or 
allowable) in 
Prior Years 


5. Method 


6. Rate (%) or Life 
(years) 


7. Depreciation 
This Year 






$ 


$ 






$ 




































































































1 Total 














3. Balance — Enter here and on line 26, pa 


ge 3 








$ 



SUMMARY OF SCHEDULES I AND J 



Part A.-DEPRECIATION 


Part B.-AMORTIZATION 


1. Straight line method 


$ . - ._ 


7. Emergency facilities 

8. Grain storage facilities 


$ 


















10. Exploration and development expenditures 
(Sec. 615 and Sec. 616) 












$ 






6. Total depreciation claimed 


12. Total amortization claimed 


$ 



Schedule K.— OTHER DEDUCTIONS. (See Imtruction 30) 



$-. 



Total (Enter here and on line 30, page 3). 



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149 



PAGE 1 



How To Prepare Your 1955 Corporation 
Income Tax Return on form 1120 



(References are to the Internal 
Revenue Code). 



GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 



A. Corporations required to make a return on Form 1120. — 
Every domestic and every resident foreign corporation not ex- 
pressly exempt from taxation under chapter 1 ( Section 501), 
whether or not having any taxable income, must file a return. 
The term "corporation" is defined by the Code to include associ- 
ations, joint-stock companies, and insurance companies. 

Partnerships and proprietorships may elect to be taxed as 
doziiestic corporations if an election is made not later than 60 
days after the close of the taxable year and if certain qualifications 
are met. (Section 1361.) If the return is filed by a proprietor- 
ship or partnership, electing to be taxed as a corporation under 
section 1361, it must be signed by the proprietor or a partner. 

If a receiver, trustee in dissolution, trustee in bankruptcy, or 
assignee has possession of or holds title to all or substantially all 
the property or business of a corporation, whether or not the 
property or business is being operated, he must make a return of 
income for the corporation in the same manner and form required 
of other corporations. (Section 6012.) 

A mutual savings bank not having capital stock represented 
by shares; a domestic building and loan association, a domestic 
savings and loan association, a Federal savings and loan associa- 
tion, substantially all the business of which is confined to making 
loans to members; and a cooperative bank without capital stock, 
operated for mutual purposes and without profit, are subject 
to income tax and must file returns. 

B. Period to be covered by return. — Returns shall be filed for 
the calendar year 1955 or fiscal year beginning in 1955 and ending 
in 1956. A fiscal year is an accounting period of 12 months 
ending on the last day of a calendar month other than December, 
but if a taxpayer has made the election provided in section 441 (f ), 
the term "fiscal year" means an annual period varying from 52 
to 53 weeks. If a taxpayer has no annual accounting period, or 
keeps no books, or has an accounting period which does not 
qualify as a fiscal year, the return must be filed for the calendar 
year, except as provided in section 443. 

For the procedure to follow in changing an established account- 
ing period, see your District Director. 

C. Accounting methods. — Taxable income shall be computed 
in accordance with the method of accounting regularly used by 
the taxpayer in maintaining its books and records. In all cases 
the method adopted should clearly reflect taxable income. The 
basic methods of accounting are the "cash receipts and disburse- 
ments method" and the "accrual method." Section 446 permits 
the use of these methods or any other method permitted under the 
Code or any combination of these methods in accordance with reg- 
ulations. If a taxpayer engages in more than one trade or business, 
it may, with respect to each trade or business, use a different 
method of accounting. Each method must, however, clearly 
reflect the income of the particular trade or business with which 
it is used, and separate profit and loss statements for each trade or 
business must be submitted. Except in those cases where the law 
specifically permits it, a taxpayer may not change the method 
of accounting upon the basis of which it has reported its income in 
prior years (for its income as a whole or with respect to any sepa- 
rate trade or business) without first securing consent. For proced- 
ure to be followed in securing consent, see your District Director. 

Cash receipts and disbuTsements method. — Under this method, 
a taxpayer includes all items of taxable income (whether cash, 
property, or services) in the year when it is actually or construc- 
tively received and claims as deductible expenses only those 
expenses actually paid. Income is constructively received when 
the amount is credited to the taxpayer's account, or set aside 
for it, and is unconditionally subject to its command. This in- 
cludes uncashed checks, bank interest credited, matured bond 
coupons, and other similar items which can be immediately turned 
into cash. Do not deduct capital expenditures. 

Accrual method. — Under this method income is reported in 
the year when the taxpayer first has a definite right to income, 
the amount of which can be ascertained with reasonable accuracy 
while deductions are taken in the year in which there is first estab- 
lished a specific liability, the amount of which can be ascertained 



with reasonable accuracy. Where the right to income or the 
liability for expense is uncertain, or the amount of such income 
or expense cannot be ascertained with reasonable accuracy, accrual 
is generally postponed until a determination is possible. 

Other methods. — Separate provisions are contained in section 
453 for installment method of accounting. For other information 
on accounting methods, see your District Director. 

Rounding off to whole-dollar amounts. — If you wish, the money 
items on your return or accompanying schedules required by such 
return may be showu as whole-dollar amounts. This means that 
you eliminate any amount less than 50 cents, and increase any 
amount between 50 cents and 99 cents to the next highest dollar. 
Your choice as to whether you round off to whole-dollar amounts 
may not be changed after the due date for filing your return. 

D. Filing of return and payment of tax. — Returns of domestic 
and resident foreign corporations must be filed on or before the 
15th day of the third month following the close of the taxable 
year with the District Director of Internal Revenue for the district 
in which the corporation's principal place of business or principal 
office or agency is located. Returns of exempt cooperative assoa- 
ations taxable under section 522 must be filed on or before the 
15th day of the 9th month following the close of the taxable 
year. (Section 6072.) 

Request for automatic extension of 3 months for filing of retum 
must be made on Form 7004. (Section 6081 (b) .) 

The balance of tax due as shown on line 3, page 1 of the return, 
must be paid in full when the return is filed or in two installments, 
50 percent on or before the 15th day of the third month and 50 
percent on or before the 15th day of the sixth month following 
the close of the taxable year. 

If any installment is not paid on or before the date fixed for 
its payment, the whole amount of the tax unpaid shall be paid 
upon notice and demand by the District Director. The tax may 
be paid in cash or by check or money order drawn to the order 
of "Internal Revenue Service." Cash payment should be made 
only in person at the District Director's office. 

For taxable years ending on or after December 31, 1955, a 
declaration of estimated tax must be made by every corporation 
which is subject to income tax under section 11 or 1201 (a), or 
subchapter L of chapter 1 (relating to insurance companies), 
if its income ta.x for the taxable year can reasonably be expected to 
exceed $100,000 plus the amount of any estimated credits against 
tax. (See Form 1 120— ES.) In the case of affiUated corporations 
filing a consolidated retum, see consolidated retum regulations 
prescribed under section 1502. 

Additional charge for underpayment of estimated tax. — ^Under- 
pa>'ment of installments of estimated tax will result in additiona] 
charges for the period from the due date of each installment until 
paid, or until the due date for filing the tax retum, whichever 
is the earlier. 

The charge with respect to any underpayment of any install- 
ment is mandatory and will be made unless the exceptions specified 
in section 6655 (d) are applicable. 

If you have an underpayment of estimated tax and believe the 
additional charge should not be asserted due to the applicability 
of the "relief provisions" of section 6655 (d), attach a statement 
to your return explaining which of the provisions applies to you, 
showing any necessary computations. If you wish, you may 
obtain Form 2220 from the nearest Internal Revenue Service office 
for this purpose. 

E. Signature and verification. — The retum must be signed either 
by the president, vice-president, treasurer, assistant treasurer or 
chief accounting ofiicer, or by any other corporate officer author- 
ized to sign. A receiver, trustee, or assignee must sign any return 
which he is required to file on behalf of a corporation. The 
statement at the bottom of page 1 of the retum is required to be 
signed by any person, firm, or corporation who prepared the tax- 
payer's retum. If the retum is prepared by a firm or corporation, 
it should be signed in the name of the firm or corporation. TIic 
statement is not required if the retum is prepared by a regular, 
full-time employee. 

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F. Failure to file, etc. — Substantial additions to the tax are 
imposed for failing to file a return, for late filing, and for filing 
a false or fraudulent return. 

G-(l). Information at the source. — Every corporation making 
payments in the course of its trade or business of ( 1 ) interest, 
rents, commissions, or other fixed or determinable income of 
$600 or more during the calendar year 1955 to an individual, 
a partnership, or a fiduciary, or (2) salaries or wages of $600 
or more shall make returns on Forms 1096 and 1099, except that 
the making of such returns will not be required with respect to 
salary or wage payments included on Form W-2, provided copies 
of withholding statements on Form W-2 are furnished. If a por- 
tion of such salary or wage payments was reported on a With- 
holding Statement (Form W-2), only the remainder must be 
reported on Form 1099. 

Except as stated below, the returns on Forms 1096 and 1099 
shall also include dividend payments totaling $10 or more during 
the calendar year 1955 to each shareholder who is an individual 
(citizen or resident of the United States), a resident fiduciary, or 
a resident partnership any member of which is a citizen or resident. 
In the case of a building and loan association, a cooperative bank, 
a homestead association, a credit union," or a savings and loan asso- 
ciation, such total shall be $600 or more. In the case of a cor- 
poration described in sections 501 (c) (12), (15), (16), 521 and 
522, or in the case of a national farm loan association or a produc- 
tion credit association, such total shall be $100 or more. 

The returns on Forms 1096 and 1099 shall also include (except 
in the case of insurance companies taxable under Subchapter L 
and corporations exempt under section 501 (c) (12) or (15)) 
patronage dividends, rebates, and refunds totaling $100 or more 
during the calendar year 1955, whether in cash, merchandise, 
capital stock, revolving fund certificates, retain certificates, certifi- 
cates of indebtedness, letters of advice, or in some other manner. 

G-(2). Information regarding dissolution or liquidation. — 
Every corporation shall, witliin 30 days after the adoption by the 
corporation of a resolution or plan for the dissolution of the cor- 
poration or for the liquidation of the whole or any part of its 
capital stock, render a correct return on Form 966 setting forth 
the terms of such resolution or plan. 

Every corporation making distributions in liquidation of the 
whole or any part of its capital stock shall also make returns on 
Forms 1096 and 1099L, as required by instructions on Form 1096, 
for the calendar year 1955. 

G-(3). Certain transfers of property on or after January 1, 
1951. — Under certain circumstances the $25,000 exemption from 
surtax and the $60,000 accumulated earnings credit are not 
allowed or may be reduced to a lesser figure. Section 1551 pro- 
vides that if a corporation on or after January 1, 1951, transfers 
all or part of its property (other than money) to another corpora- 
tion which was created for the purpose of acquiring such property 
or which was not actively engaged in business at the time of such 
acquisition and if after such transfer the transferor corporation or 
its stockholders, or both, are in control of such transferee corpora- 
tion during any part of the taxable year of such transferee cor- 
poration, the trartsferee corporation shall not for such taxable year 
(except as may be otherwise determined under section 269 (b) ) 
be allowed either the $25,000 exemption from surtax provided in 
section 11 (c) or the $60,000 accumulated earnings credit pro- 
vided in section 535 (c), unless such transferee corporation shall 
establish by clear preponderance of the evidence that \he securing 
of such exemption or credit was not a major purpose of such 
transfer. For this purpose control means the ownership of stock 
possessing at least 80 percent of the total combined voting power 
of all dasses of stock entitled to vote or at least 80 percent of the 
total value of shares of all classes of stock of the corporation. 
Rules are provided in sections 544 and 1551 for determining own- 
ership of stock. For allocation of the surtax exemption and the 
accumulated earnings credit in certain cases, see section 269 (b). 

G-(4). Information regarding renegotiable contracts. — Every 
corporation which held, during the taxable year, contracts or sub- 
contracts which were subject to the Renegotiation Act of 1951 
shall, in answer to question I, page 1, state the actual or, if not 
accurately determinable, its best estimate of the aggregate gross 
dollar amount billed during the current taxable year under all con- 
tracts and/or subcontracts." 

H. Returns of certain corporations. Domestic corporations 
entitled to benefits of section 931. — Domestic corporations within 
the possessions of the United States (except the Virgin Islands) 
may report as gross income only gross income from sources within 
the United States, provided (a) 80 percent or more of the gross 
income for the 3-year period immediately preceding the close of 
the taxable year (or such part thereof as may be applicable) was 
derived from sources within a possession of the United States, and 
(b) 50 percent or more of the gross income for such period or 
such part thereof was derived from the active conduct of a trade 
or business within a possession of the United States. 



Resident foreign corporations. — -Foreign corporations which at 
any time within the taxable year are engaged in trade or business 
within the United States shall make returns on Form 1120 of 
income derived from sources within the United States. (Section 
882.) 

Nonresident foreign corporations. — Foreign corporations not 
engaged in trade or business within the United States at any time 
within the taxable year are subject to tax upon gross income from 
sources -within the United States (determined under the provisions 
of sections 861 through 864) consisting of fixed or determinable 
annual or periodical income and of certain gains derived from 
the disposal of timber and coal. They are required to make 
returns on Form 1120J>rB with respect to such income only in the 
event their tax liability has not been fully satisfied at the source. 

Insurance companies. — Life insurance companies subject to 
tax imposed by section 802 shall make returns on Form 1120L. 
Mutual insurance companies subject to tax imposed by section 821 
shall make returns on Form 1120M. Insurance companies de- 
scribed in section 831, and mutual savings banks described in 
section 594 and conducting life insurance business, shall make 
returns on Form 1120. There should be filed with the- return 
a copy of the 1955 annual statement approved by the National 
Convention of Insurance Commissioners which contains the under- 
writing and investment exhibit. 

Regulated investment companies. — If for any given year the 
investment company satisfies the requirements of section 851 it 
will be considered a regulated investment company. (See Tax 
Computation Instructions, item 9. ) 

Personal holding companies. — Section 541 imposes a tax upon 
the undistributed personal holding company income (as defined 
in section 545) of corporations classified as personal holding 
companies. Every personal holding company must file a schedule 
1 120PH with its return. 

Under the provisions of section 542, a corporation is a "personal 
holding company" if at least 80 percent of its gross income for the 
taxable year is personal holding company income as defined in 
section 543, and if at any time during the last half of the taxable 
year more than 50 percent in value of its outstanding stock is 
owned, directly or indirectly, by or for not more than five indi- 
viduals. (Sections 541—547.) 

Foreign personal holding companies. — Section 551 (a) requires 
that the undistributed foreign personal holding company income 
of a foreign personal holding company, as defined in section 552, 
shall be included as a dividend in the gross income of the United 
States shareholders in the amount provided by subsection (b). 
Schedule 1120PH is not required, but monthly and annual infor- 
mation returns on Forms 957 and 958 must be filed by the officers, 
directors, and certain United States shareholders as provided by 
sections 6035 (a) and (b). 

A foreign corporation which is a personal holding company, as 
defined in section 542 but not within the definition of section 552, 
is" subject to the tax imposed by section 541 on undistributed per- 
sonal holding company income and must file a schedule 1120PH 
with its return. 

I. Consolidated returns. — Subject to the provisions of sections 

1501 through 1552 and the regulations, an affiliated group of cor- 
porations may make a consolidated income tax return in lieu of 
separate returns. The making of a consolidated return shall be 
upon the condition that all corporations which at any time durin.g 
the taxable year have been members of the affiliated group consent 
to all the consolidated return regulations prescribed under section 

1502 prior to the last day prescribed by law for the filing of such 
return. The common parent corporation, when filing a consoli- 
dated return, shall attach thereto a schedule showing the names 
and addresses of all the corporations included in the return. Form 
851, Affiliations Schedule, should be obtained from the District 
Director of Internal Revenue and filed as a part of the return. 
Each subsidiary must prepare two signed copies of Form 1122 
authorizing the making of the return on its behalf. One such form 
shall be attached to the consolidated return as a part thereof, and 
the other shall be filed, at or before the time the consolidated 
return is filed, in the office of the District Director for the sub- 
sidiary's district. 

Supporting schedules shall be filed with the consolidated return. 
These schedules shall be prepared in columnar form, one column 
being provided for each corporation included in the consolidation, 
showing in detail the items of gross income and deductions and 
the computation of taxable income ; one column for a total of like 
items before adjustments are made; one column for intercompany 
eliminations and adjustments; and one column for a total of like 
items after giving effect to the eliminations and adjustments. The 
items included in the column for eliminations and adjustments 
should be symbolized to identify contra items affected, and suitable 
explanations appended, if necessary. Similar schedules shall also 
contain in columnar form a reconciliation of surplus for each cor- 
poration, together with a leconciliation of the consolidated surplus. 

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Consolidated balance sheets as of the beginning and close of the 
taxable year of the group shall accompany the consolidated ret»im 
in a form similar to that required for reconciliation of surplus. 

J. Tax on improperly accumulated earnings. — In order to pre- 
vent accumulation of earnings and profits for the purpose of 
enabling shareholders to avoid the tax on individuals, section 531 
provides an additional tax upon the accumulated taxable income 
of corporations formed or availed of for the purpose of such tax 
avoidance. 

K. Stock ownership in foreign corporations. — In addition to the 
information to be shown in Schedule C of the return, a corporation 
owning any stock of a foreign corporation must attach a statement 
showing the name and address of each company and the total 
number of shares of each class of outstanding stock owned during 
the taxable year. If the corporation owned 5 percent or more in 
value of the outstanding stock of a foreign personal holding com- 
pany, attach a statement setting forth in complete detail the infor- 
mation required by section 551 (d). 

L. Balance sheets. — The balance sheets. Schedule L, should 
agree with the books of account or any differences should be recon- 
ciled. The balance sheets for a consolidated return of affiliated 



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corporations should be furnished in accordance with Instruction I. 
All corporations reporting to the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion or to any National, State, municipal, or other public officer, 
may submit, in lieu of Schedule L, copies of their balance sheets 
prescribed by such authorities as at the beginning and end of the 
taxable year. 

Line 9, Schedule L, should show land less any accumulated 
amortization of the land as an emergency facility under the author- 
ity of sections 124 and 124A of the Internal Revenue Code of 
1939 or section 168 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. 

M. Forms other than prescribed by return. — Banks, insurance 
companies, and other corporations required to submit statements 
of income and expenses to any National, State, municipal, or other 
public officer may submit with the return a statement of income 
and expenses in the form furnished to such officer, in lieu of the 
information requested in lines 1 to 41, pages 2 and 3, except that 
a railroad company may submit with the return a statement on 
Form 1090. In such cases the taxable income will be reconciled 
by means of Schedule M with the net profits shown by the income 
and expense statement submitted, and should be entered as line 41, 
page 3. 



SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS (Numbered to correspond with line numbers on pages 2 and 3 of return) 



2. Cost of goods sold. — If the production, manufacture, pur- 
chase, or sale of merchandise is an income-determining factor in 
the trade or business, inventories of merchandise on hand should 
be taken at the beginning and end of the taxable year, and may 
be valued at cost, or at cost or market, whichever is lower, or by 
any other permissible method. 

An inventory method once properly adopted is controlling imtil 
permission to change is obtained from the Commissioner. Appli- 
cation for permission to change an inventory method shall be 
made in writing and filed with the Conunissioner within 90 days 
after the beginning of the taxable year in which it is desired to 
effect a change. In case the inventories reported do not agree with 
the balance sheet, attach a statement explaining the difference. 

A corporation electing to use the last-in, first-out method of 
valuing inventory provided for in section 472 must file Form 970 
with the return for the first year of the election. Thereafter, 
attach separate schedule showing : ( 1 ) a summary of all inven- 
tories; (2) with respect to any inventories computed under section 
472, the computation of the quantities and cost by acquistion 
levels. 

9. Interest on corporation bonds, etc. — Enter on line 9, page 2, 
the amount of interest on bonds, debentures, notes, or certifi- 
cates or other evidences of indebtedness, issued by any corporation 
and bearing interest, with interest coupons or in registered form. 
Do not include interest on any such obligations which constitute 
stock in trade of the taxpayer or any such obligations of a kind 
which would properly be included in the inventory of the taxpayer 
if on hand at the close of the taxable year, or any such obligations 
held by the taxpayer primarily for sale to customers in the ordi- 
nary course of his trade or business. Such interest should be 
entered on line 8. For provisions relating to amortizable bond 
premium, see section 171. 

10. Interest on obligations of the United States, etc. — Enter in 
Schedule L the amounts of the various obligations owned. Also 
enter on line 3, Schedule M, all interest received or accrued 
during the year on the various obligations listed therein. The 
net amount of interest reported on line 10 (a), page 2, is also 
allowable as a deduction. See paragraph 35 of these instructions. 
The amount of interest received or accrued on obligations issued 
on or after March 1, 1941, by the United States or any agency or 
instrumentality thereof should be entered on line 10 (b), page 2. 
For provisions relating to acaortizable bond premium, see section 
171. 

For special rules applicable to dealers in securities, with respect 
to premium attributable to certain tax-exempt securities, see sec- 
tion 75. 

Non-inlerest-bearing obligations issued at a discount. — Tax- 
payers on the cash basis may elect, as to all non-interest-bearing 
obligations issued at a discount and redeemable for fixed amounts 
increasing at stated intervals (for example. United States Savings 
Bonds), to include the increase in redemption price applicable to 
the current year. For the year of election the total increase in 
redemption price of such obligations occurring between the date 
of acquisition and the end of the year must be included. Attach 
statement listing obligations owned and computation of the in- 
crease. (Section 454. ) 

1 1. Rents. — Enter the gross amount received for the rent of 
property. Any expenses, including repairs, interest, taxes, and 
depreciation should be included in the proper lines for deductions 
on pages 2 and 3. In the case of a lease entered into prior to 
January 1, 1954, if both lessor and lessee are corporations and if 
under the lease the lessee is obligated to pay any part of the lessor's 



income tax on the rental payment, this tax is excluded from lessor's 
gross income and may not be deducted by lessee. (Section 110.) 

12. Royalties. — Enter the gross amount received as royalties. If 
a deduction is claimed for depletion, it must be reported on line 
27, page 3. 

13. Gains and losses from sales or exchanges of capital assets 
and other property. — The computation of gains and losses from 
sales or exchanges of capital assets and property other than capital 
assets should be made on separate Schedule D. Every sale or 
exchange of property, even though no gain or loss is indicated, 
must be reported in detail. If for any taxable year the net long- 
term capital gain exceeds the net short-term capital loss, or in 
case of only a net long-term capital gain, a computation of the 
alternative tax should be made on separate Schedule D. 

14. Other income. — Enter total amount of other income not 
reported elsewhere in the return and attach schedule showing 
details, if spaces provided are not sufficient. / 

15. Rents. — Enter rent paid or accrued for business property in 
which the corporation has no equity. With respect to leases en- 
tered into prior to January 1, 1954, see instruction No. 11. 

19. Repairs- — Enter the cost of incidental repairs, including 
labor, supplies, and other items, which do not add to the value or 
appreciably prolong the life of the property. Expenditures for 
new buildings, machinery, equipment, or for permanent improve- 
ments or betterments which increase die value of the property are 
chargeable to capital account. 

20. Bad debts. — ^Bad debts may be treated in either of two 
ways — (1) by a deduction from income in respect of debts which 
become worthless in whole or in part, or (2) by a deduction from 
income of a reasonable addition to a reserve for bad debts. ( Sec- 
tion 166.) 

A taxpayer filing a first return of income may select either of 
the two methods, and that method must be followed for subse- 
quent years, unless permission is granted by the Commissioner 
to change to the other method. Apphcation for permission to 
change the method shall be made in writing at least 30 days prior 
to the close of the taxable year for which it is desired to effect 
the change. 

Worthless debts arising from unpaid rents, and similar items of 
taxable income, will not be allowed as a deduction unless the 
income such items represent has been included in the return of 
income for the year for which the bad debt deduction is claimed, 
or for a previous year. 

For treatment of bad debts of a mutual savings bank not having 
capital stock represented by shares, a domestic building and loan 
association, and a cooperative bank without capital stock organized 
and operated for mutual purposes and without profit, see section 
593 and the regulations thereunder. 

21. Interest. — Enter interest paid or accrued on business indebt- 
edness. Do not include in line 21 interest on indebtedness 
incurred or continued to purchase or carry obligations (other than 
obligations of the United States issued after September 24, 1917, 
and originally subscribed for by the taxpayer) the interest on 
which is wholly exempt from income tax. (Section 265.) 

See section 267 for limitation on deductions for unpaid expenses 
and interest in the case of transactions between related taxpayers. 

22. Taxes. — Enter taxes paid or accrued during the taxable yezu: 
and fill in Schedule G. Do not include Federal income, war- 
profits, and excess-profits taxes; estate, inheritance, legacy, succes- 
sion, and gift taxes; foreign or United States possession income 
taxes if any credit is claimed in line 47, page 3; Federal taxes 
paid on bonds containing a tax-free covenant, nor taxes not im- 

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posed upon the taxpayer. See section 164 (d) reganling appor- 
tionment of taxes on real property between seller and purchaser. 

23. Contributions., or gifts paid. — Enter contributions or gifts 
actually paid within the taxable year to or for the use of (1) a 
State, a Territory, a possession of the United States, or any political 
subdivision of any of the foregoing, or the United States or 
the District of Columbia for exclusively public purposes; (2) a 
corporation, trust, or conununity chest, fund, or foundation, created 
or organized in the United States or in any possession thereof or 
under the law of the United States, or of any State or Territory, 
or of the District of Columbia, or of any possession of the United 
States, organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, 
scientific, literary, or educational purposes or the prevention of 
cruelty to children or animals (but in the case of contributions or 
gifts to a trust, chest, fund, or foundation only if such contribu- 
tions or gifts are to be used within the United States or any of its 
possessions exclusively for such purposes), no part of the net earn- 
ings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or 
individual, and no substantial part of the activities of which is 
carr>'ing on propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence leg- 
islation; (3) posts or organizations of war veterans, or auxiliary 
units of, or trusts or foundations for, any such posts or organiza- 
tions, if such posts, organizations, units, trusts, or foundations are 
organized in the United States or any of its possessions, and if no 
part of their net earnings inures to the benefit of any private share- 
holder or individual; or (4) nonprofit cemetery or burial com- 
panies. The amount claimed shall not exceed 5 percent of the 
corporation's taxable income computed without regard to (1) 
this deduction, (2) the "special deductions" in lines 35 to 39, 
page 3, and (3) any net operating loss carryijack to the taxable 
year under section 172. 

In the case of a corporation on the accrual basis, any contribu- 
tion or gift will, at the election of the taxpayer, made at the time 
the return is filed, be considered as paid during the taxable year 
if payment is actually made on or before the fifteenth day of the 
third month following the close of the taxable year, and if the 
contribution or gift has during the taxable year been authorized 
by the board of directors of the corporation. A copy of such 
authorization must be attached to the return. Do not deduct as 
a business expense charitable contributions wrhich come writhin the 
above description, but which are imallowable in itfhole or in part 
because of the limitation contained in section 170. 

Any contributions paid during the taxable year in excess of the 
amount deductible may be carried over and deducted in the two 
succeeding taxable years subject to the 5 percent limitation pro- 
vided in section 170 (b) (2). 

24. Losses by (ire, storm, shipwredc, or other casualty, or theft. — 
Enter losses sustained during the year, arising from fire, storm, 
shipwreck, or other casualty. For determination of the amount 
deductible, see section 165 (b) and the regulations thereunder. 
Theft losses are deductiCle only in the year in which discovered. 

25. Amortization. — If a deduction is claimed on account of 
amortization, fill in Schedule I. The law makes special provisions 
for amortization of certain kinds of assets and expenditures: 

(a) Emergency facilities. — A corporation is entitled at its elec- 
tion to a deduction writh respect to the amortization of the 
adjusted basis (for determining gain) of an emergency facility, 
such amortization to be based on a period of 60 months. The term 
"emergency facility" means any facility, land, building, machinery, 
or equipment, or any part thereof, the construction, installation, 
or acquisition of which was completed after Dc^cember 31, 1949, 
and with respect to which a certificate has been issued. The 
cost or other basis subject to amortization is limited to the portion 
thereof which has been certified as attributable to defense purposes 
by thq appropriate certifying authority. The corporation may 
elect to take such a deduction starting with the month following 
the month in which the facility is completed or acquired, or with 
the succeeding taxable year, by filing a statement with the return 
for the taxable year in which falls the first month of the period 
so elected. The portion of the basis of such a facility not subject 
to amortization may be recovered by deductions for depreciation 
under section 167. A corporation may elect to terminate .its 
amortization deductions at any time by filing a written statement 
with the District Director of Internal Revenue. If the taxpayer 
elects to discontinue amortization deductions, the unamortized 
basis of the facility is subject to the depreciation provisions of law. 
(Section 168.) 

( b ) Grain storage facilities. — A corporation may elect to amor- 
tize the adjusted basis (for determining gain) of a grain storage 
facility ratably over a 60-month period. The term "grain storage 
facility" means (1) any public grain warehouse permanently 
equipped for receiving, elevating, conditioning, and loading out 
grain, and (2) any comcrib, grain bin, or grain elevator, or any 
similar structure suitable primarily for and intended for the stor- 
age of grain produced by the taxpayer. Such term does not 



include any facility any part of which is an "emergency facility." 
The amortization deduction is allowable only if the facility is 
completed after December 31, 1952, and only with respect to 
property of a character which is subject to the allowance for 
depreciation under section 167. If a structure is converted 
through alteration or remodeling into a structure so described 
and if the alteration or remodeling is completed after December 
31, 1952, then such alteration or remodeling shall be treated as 
the construction of a grain storage facility. The 60-raonth period 
shall, at the election of the taxpayer, begin with the month follow- 
ing the month in which the facility is completed or acquired, 
or with the succeeding taxable year. The election must be made 
by a statement in the return for the year in which the period 
begins, and may be terminated at any time by filing a written 
statement to that effect with the District Director of Internal 
Revenue. If the taxpayer elects to discontinue amortization 
deductions, the unamortized basis of the facility is subject to the 
depreciation provisions of law. ( Section 169.) 

(c) Research and experimental expenditures. — A corporation 
may treat research or experimental expenditures paid or incurred 
by it during the taxable year as expenses not chargeable to capital 
account and may deduct them. As an alternative, such expendi- 
tures, if they are chargeable to capital account, may at the tax- 
payer's election, be treated as deferred expenses, and amortized 
ratably over a period of not less than 60 months beginning with 
the month in which the taxpayer first realizes benefits from such 
expenditures. However, if the property resulting from such ex- 
penditures has a determinable useful life, the capitalized expendi- 
tures must be amortized over such life in accordance with the 
provisions of section 167. 

Expenditures which are chargeable to property of a character 
subject to an allowance for depreciation or depletion, expendi- 
tures for land, and expenditures for the purpose of ascertaining 
the existence, location, extent, or quality of any deposits of ore 
or other mineral (including oil or gas) are not subject to amor- 
tization as deferred expenses for research and experimentation. 

A corporation electing to amortize research and experimental 
expenditures may make an election by attaching a statement to 
the return for the first taxable year to which the election is 
applicable. The method or period selected for such amortization 
cannot be changed unless prior approval is secured. (Section 1 74. ) 

(d) Exploration expenditures. — Under section 615 a corpo- 
ration may deduct expenditures paid or incurred by it during the 
taxable year for ascertaining the existence, location, extent or 
quality of any deposit of ore or other mineral (other than oil 
or gas) in an amount not exceeding $100,000 paid or incurred 
before the beginning of the development of such deposit. At 
its election it may treat such expenditures (in an amount not 
exceeding $100,000 in a taxable year) as deferred expenses de- 
ductible on ^ ratable basis as the units of produced ores or 
minerals (discovered or explored by reason of such expenditures) 
are sold. Such election must be made on the return or by filing 
a statement not later than 6 months after the filing of the return, 
for any taxable year to which such election is applicable. The 
election shall be binding for the taxable year with respect to 
which it is made. No further deduction or election may be taken 
or exercised under section 615 if in any four preceding years 
(not necessarily consecutive) the taxpayer or certain transferors 
of such mineral or property have been allowed a deduction or 
made such election. (Section 615.) 

{e) Development expenditures. — A corporation may deduct 
expenditures paid or incurred during the taxable year for the 
developing of a mine or any other natural deposit (other than 
an oil or gas well) if paid or incurred after the existence of ores 
or minerals in commercially marketable quantities has been dis- 
closed. At its election it may treat such expenditures as deferred 
expense deductible- on a ratable basis as the units of produced 
ores or minerals benefited by such expenditures are sold. Such 
election must be made on the return or by filing a statement not 
later than 6 months after filing the return for the taxable year for 
which the election is applicable. ( Section 616.) 

(/) Organizational expenditures. — A corporation may elect to 
amortize expenditures which are incident to the creation of the 
corporation ratably over a period of not less than 60 months 
(begiiming with the month in which the corporation begins busi- 
ness) . These expenses must be chargeable to capital account and 
of a character which, if expended incident to the creation of a 
corporation with limited life, would be amortizable over such life. 
Amortization may not be taken on such expenditures paid or 
incurred before August 16, 1954. Such election may be made 
by filing a statement with the return for the year in which the 
election is made. The statement shall set forth the description 
and amount of the expenditures and the number of months over 
which such expenditures are to be deducted. Once a period for 

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»™°^tization has been selected it may not be changed. (Section 

(g) Election statemenls.~¥or detaUs concerning the informa- 
tion which must be furnished in the statements of election re- 
quired above, consult your District Director. 

26. pepreciation.— If a deduction is claimed on account of 
depreciauon, fill in Schedule J. A reasonable allowance for the 
exhaustion, wear and tear, and obsolescence of property used in 
the trade or business or of property held by the taxpayer for the 
production of income shall be allowed as a depreciation deduction. 
1 he allowance does not apply to inventories or stock-in-trade nor 
■^j J ^P-^" i^°" '^"^ improvements or physical developments 
added to It Depreciation on leasehold improvements, patents 
and copyrights shall be included in Schedule J 

„oI''!,;!''"k"'.''.''u °^ ^" ^'''=' "° ^^ °«=^s"'^ed in units of produc- 
tion, etc , but the ordinary practice is to measure useful life in 
years. Business experience, engineering information, and other 
relevant factors provide a reasonable basis for estimating the useful 

h^.h P'T'^- ^^l ""'^ <'"■ °"^" ''^''^) to be recovfred should 
be charged off over the expected useful life of the property For 
guidance, comprehensive tables of "average useful lives" of 
various kinds of buildings, machines, and equipment in many 
industries and businesses have been published in a booklet called 
fn^i h" f' r^"'' "^^^ be purchased for 30 cents from the Super- 
91 np "f^ D°'="m^"t5, Government Printing Office. Washington 
ciati^n Follows ^""'P''°" "( the various methods of depre- 

nnfinl'!)"'"^''- ''■"' '!'*'J°<'-The most common method of com- 
puting depreciation is the "straight line" method. It allows for 
the recovery of cost m equal annual amounts over the life o{ ^l 
property with only salvage value remaining at the end of i^ 
Zii I'^^V. ^° ^"•P^'^the deduction, add fhe colt of i^proJ^ 
ments to the cost (or other basis) of the asset and deduct boA 
nr Jl m"^- '^'"^Se value and the total depreciation flowed 
or allowable in past years. Divide the result by the numberof 
years of useful life remaining to the asset-the quotTen"^ the 
depreciation deduction. M"""eui is me 

Jb) Declimng balance method.—Vndet this method a uniform 
nrn^^.^Pf -.1 ^^'''^ r^^ *° ^^^ remaining cost or other basis of 
property (without adjustment for salvage value) determined at 

Larv 7 Tq?l '""'i ^'"^ ^"^ P^P'^^ ^'=''"'^««' before Jan- 
uary 1, 1954, or used property whenever acquired, the rate of 

,^Z!1h r" M ""' "!"',?'^ "^y °°' ^''"ed one and one-half 

times the applicable straight-line rate. ^^ 

rois' %""' ''"'" f°' "'"" <""*' acquired after December 31. 
llr- iV \^\i°'*- °'' u"'7 ''^''^ "^ ^ ^^'" acquired after Decem- 
n!=, ' ■, ' T^'J'"' d'^.Preciated under methods proper in the 
IT^'a'a, mM*" depreciated under any of the foUoWinVmethods 
provided ( 1 ) that the asset is tangible, (2) that it has an estimated 
useful life of three years or more, and (3) that the original use 
of tbe asset commenced with the taxpayer and commenced after 
December 31 1953. If an asset is constructed, reconstructed, or 
erected by the taxpayer, so much of the basis of the asset ^ is 
attributable to construction, reconstruction, or erection after De- 
cember 31, 1953, may be depreciated under methods proper in 
the past; or, it may be depreciated under any of the following 
methods provided that the asset meets qualifications ( 1 ) and (2) 

(/) Declining balance method.—Tha method may be used 
with a rate not in excess of twice the applicable straight-line rate. 

(^) Sum of the years-dtgit method.—VtidcT this method annual 
allowances for depreciation are computed by applying changing 
fractions to the taxpayer's cost or other basis of properW (reduced 
by estimated salvage). 

The deduction for each year is computed by multiplying the 
or other basis of the asset (reduced by estimated sJvage 
value) by the number of years of useful life remaining (includi^ 
tjZ'l"',^^'"^ the deduction is computed) and dividing thf 
product by the sum of all the digits corresponding to the years 
of the estimated useful life of the asset. In the case of a 5-year 
W fif 'T T"i'' ^^ 15 (5 + 4 + 3-1-2-1-1). For the first year 
five-fifteenths of the cost reduced .by estimated salvage value would 
be allowable, for the second year four-fifteenths, etc. 

(J) Other methods— \ taxpayer may use any consistent method 
which does not result in accumulated allowances at the end of 
any year greater than the total of the accumulated allowance 
which would have resulted from the use of the declining balan,^ 

S,L 7^'.V'T'!;"°" ''PP''" °"'y "^"""8 'be first ^o-thirS 
of the useful life of the property. "u-us 

27. Depletion of mines, oU and gas wells, timber, etc.— If a 
deduction is claimed on account of depletion, procure from the 

re^ \T ^"''i ^^'',°'" ^■°"°. "^ (timber), fill i„ and file^with 
return. If complete valuation data have been filed with question- 
naire in previous years then file with your return information 
necessary to bring your depletion schedule up to date, setting forth 



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Z^^T^^J^\°^ =? toamactions bearing on deductions from 
or additions to value of physical assets during the taxable year with 
«planat,on of how depletion deduction for the taxable year has 
^£- He^"^"*-^ ^!r'°'^ 611, 612, and 613.) Expenditure 
to f^^eferrcd and deducted ratably under the election provided 
m sections 616 (b), relatmg to certain expenditures in the devel- 
opment of mines, and 615 (b), relating to deductions for mine 
explorafaon, are not to be taken into account in determining the 
adjusted bas« for property for the purpose of computing a dlduc 
tion for depletion under section 61 1. 

28. Advertising.— Enter on line 28 the total amount paid or 
incurred durmg the year for advertising. Expenditures for adver- 
tismg, to be deductible, must be ordinary and necessary and bear 
a reasonable relation to the business activities in which the cor- 
poration IS engaged. 

29 (a). Pension, atmoity, stock bonus, or profit-sharing plans.— 
Enter on line 29 (a) the total amount deductible under section 
W». A corporation daimmg a deduction under section 404 must 
submit with Its return, in addition to the information specified in 
the regulauons concerning such deduction, a statement with 
respect to each plan showmg the type of plan, i. e., pension 
annuity, profit-sharing, stock bonus, or other plan deferring the 
receipt of compensation, whether or not the plan is qualified under 
section 401 (a), and if trusteed, whether or not the trust is exempt 
under section 501 (a), and the method of funding, i. e., individual 
annuity or insurance contracts, group annuity contract, groun 
permanent contract, or self-insured trust. If not funded so 
indicate. ' 

29 (b). Other employee benefit plans. — Enter on line 29 (b) 
deductions for contributions to employee benefit plans other than 
those d^ed on hne 29 (a), such as insurance, health, or welfare 
plans. Submit «a^ the return a schedule for each plan showing 
(1) the nature of benefits, i. e., group term life insurance, group 
permanent Ufe nunirance, noninsured death benefit, hospitaliza- 
tion, surgica^ mrfical, sickness, accident, major medical expense 
or other welfare benefits; (2) method of financing, i. e., insured 
^^*^J^,V^T^^ ^^^ self-insured fund, or direct benefit' 
payments; (3) the amount of deduction; (4) the amount of 
employee contributions; (5) the number of emplovees covered- 
and (6) if a self-insured plan, the amount of benefits paid durine 
the taxable year. Also show the number of employees employed 
by the corporation. f r^^ 

30. Other deductions anthorized by law.— Enter on line 30 any 
other authorized deductions for which no space is provided on the 
return Any deduction claimed should be explained in Schedule K 
.1. ^r '^""IT " ^'?*^'e for the amount of any item or part 
•1^ ^locable to a class of exempt income, including tax-exempt 
interest mcome only to the extent that amounts otherwise allow- 
able under section 212 are aUocable thereto. However, for interest 
on mdebtedness mcurred or continued to purchase or carry tax- 
exempt securities, see instruction 21. Items directly attributable to 
^•^^'^?* """t '^^}^ allocated thereto, and items directly 
attributable to any clan of taxable income shall be allocated to 
such taioble mcome. If an item is indirecUy attributable both 
to taxable mcome^d exempt income, a reasonable proportion 

^e^'^'^^'TTl'".?^'^ '•^* "f ^ '^^ f''"^ ^"d circumstances 
m each case shaD be aUocated to each. A taxpaver receiving any 

r^^-^^T -""""V^ *'°''^S any property or engaging in any 
activity the mcome from which is exempt shall submit with its 
M^k" " ^^ thereof an itemized sutement, in detail, showing 
(I) the amount of each class of exempt income, and (2) the 
amount of expense items allocated to each such class (the amount 
aUocated by apportionment being shown separately) 

J„il!j!'*K'^-°^ "H'^ '^""^ '^"'''' cooperative banks, and 
-.^T^^i. *"^ ""^ 1°^ associations, any amounts paid or cred- 
ited to the accounts of depositors or holders of accounts as divi- 
dends on the^ deposits or %vithdrawable accounts, if such amounts 
may be withdrawn on demand subject only to customary notice 
of intention to withdraw, are allowable deductions in computing 
taxable mcome. (Section 591.) ^ 

Under section 592 a special deduction in computing taxable 
mcome is allowed a mutual savings bank not having capital stock 
represented by diares, a domestic building and loan association, 
or a cooperative bank without capital stock organized and operated 
tor mutual purposes and without profit, for repayment during the 
taxable year of loans made before September 1, 1951 by the 
Umted Stotes or its whoUy owned agencies, or by a mutual 
lund established under the authority of State law. 

For deductions on account of research and experimental ex- 
penditoTM, and exploration and development expenditures in the 
case of mmes, see instruction 25. 

33. Net operating loss deduction. — TTie "net operating loss 
deduction" is the sum of the net operating loss carryovers and 
carrybacks to the taxable year. (Section 172 (a).) A net oper- 
atmg loss for taxable years ending after December 31, 1953, may 
be earned back 2 yvstn (1 year for excess profits tax purposes) 

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and carried over 5 years. The net operating loss must first be 
carried to the earliest of the 7 taxable years to which it may be 
carried, then to the next earliest year, etc. The portion of such 
loss which shall be carried to each of the other 6 taxable years 
shall be the excess, if any, of the amount of such loss over the 
sum of the taxable income for each of the prior taxable years to 
which such loss may be carried. (Section 172 (b).) 

The term "net operating loss" means, for taxable years ending 
after December 31, 1953, the excess of allowable deductions over 
gross income, computed with the following modifications: 

(a) No net operating loss deduction is allowed. 

(b) The special deductions provided in section 242 (partially 
tax-exempt interest) and section 922 (Western Hemisphere trade 
corporations) are not allowed. 

(c) The special deductions allowed by section 243 (dividends 
received by corporations), section 244 (dividends received on cer- 
tain preferred stock of public utilities), and section 245 (dividends 
received from certain foreign corporations) are computed without 
regard to the 85-percent limitation provided in section 246 (b). 

{d) The special deduction allowed by section 247 (dividends 
paid on certain preferred stock of public utilities) is computed 
without regard to the provisions of subsection (a) ( 1 ) (B) of such 
section. 

As stated, the net operating loss deduction is the sum of the 
carryovers and carrybacks. However, the following modifications 
must be taken into account in determining the taxable income 
for any year which must be subtracted from a net operating loss 
to determine the portion of such loss which will still be available 
to carry to a subsequent year: 

(a) The special deductions provided in sections 242 (partially 
tax-exempt interest) and 922 (Western Hemisphere trade corpora- 
tions) are not allowed. 

(b) The amount of the net operating loss deduction is deter- 
mined without regard to the net operating loss for the loss year or 
any taxable year thereafter. 

With respect to all taxable years, whether they begin before, on, 
or after January 1, 1954, in determining the amount of any net 
operating loss carryback or carryover to any taxable year, the 
necessary computations involving any other taxable year must be 
made under the law applicable to such other taxable year. (Sec- 
tion 172 (e).) 

The determination of any taxable year to which a net operatmg 
loss sustained in a taxable year ending before January 1, 1954, 
may be carried, must be made under the Internal Revenue Code 
of 1939; such determination for a net operating loss sustained in 
any taxable year ending after December 31, 1953, shall be made 
under the 1954 Code. (Section 172 (g).) 

If the corporation desires prompt adjustment for an overpay- 
ment attributable to a net operating loss carryback, an appli- 
cation for a tentative adjustment should be filed on Form 1139 
within 12 months after the close of the taxable year in which 
the net operating loss is sustained. (Section 6411.) 

For treatment of net operating loss carryovers in certain corpo- 
rate acquisitions, see section 381. 

For special limitation on net operating loss carryovers in case 
of a corporate change of ownership, see section 382. 

Section 852 (b) (2) provides that no net operating loss deduc- 
tion shall be allowed in the case of a regulated investment 
company. 

35. Partially tax-exempt interest — Enter the amount received 
as interest on obligations of the United States or on obligations 
of corporations organized under Act of Congress which are 
instrumentalities of the United States, but only if ( 1 ) such 
interest is included in gross income; and (2) such interest is 
exempt from normal tax under the Act authorizing the issuance 
of such obligations. This deduction must be reduced by any 
amortizable bond premium as provided in section 1 71. 

36. Dividends received deductions. — (a) Dividends received 
from a domestic corporation. — Enter an amount equal to 85 per- 
cent of the amount received as dividends (except dividends on 
certain preferred stock of public utilities) from a domestic cor- 
poration subject to income tax. Amounts received as dividends 
from mutual savings banks, cooperative banks, and domestic build- 
ing and loan associations and allowed as a deduction to such banks 
or building and loan associations shall not be treated as divi- 



dends. In the case of dividends received from a regulated invest- 
ment company, see section 854 regarding limitations on amount 
deductible. 

(b) Dividends received on certain preferred stock of public 
utilities. — Enter 62.115 percent for taxable years beginning after 
December 31, 1953, and prior to April 1, 1956 (59.681 percent 
for taxable years beginning on or after April 1, 1956), of the 
amount received as dividends on the preferred stock of a public 
utility which is subject to income tax and is" allowed a deduction, 
as provided in section 247, for dividends paid. 

(<:) Dividends received from certain foreign corporations. — 
Enter 85 percent of dividends received from certain foreign cor- 
porations. See section 245 for qualifications and limitations on 
the amount of this deduction. 

37. Total dividends-received deductions. — In a year in which a 
net operating loss occurs, sections 172 (d) and 246 (b) provide 
that the 85-percent limitation on the amount of these special 
deductions shall not apply. 

38. Deduction for dividends paid on certain preferred stock of 
public utilities. — In the case of a public utility there is allowed, 
in accordance with section 247, an amount equal to 26.923 per- 
cent for taxable years beginning after December 31, 1953, and 
prior to April I, 1956 (29.787 percent for taxable years beginning 
on or after April I, 1956), of the lesser of (1) the amount of 
dividends paid on its preferred stock during the taxable year, or 
(2) the taxable income for the taxable year computed without 
regard to the deduction provided in section 247. In a year in 
which a net operating loss occurs, section 172 (d) provides that 
this special deduction shall be computed without reg«ird to section 
247 (a) (1) (B). 

39. Deduction for Western Hemisphere trade corporations. — In 
the case of a Western Hemisphere trade corporation, as defined in 
section 921, there is allowed under section 922 a deduction equal 
to 26.923 percent for taxable years beginning after December 31, 
1953, and prior to April 1, 1956 (29.787 percent for taxable 
years beginning on or after April 1, 1956), of the taxable income 
of such corporation computed without regard to the deduction 
provided in section 922. Under the provisions of section 172 (d), 
this special deduction is not allowed in a year in which a net 
operating loss occurs. 

41. Taxable income. — Under the provisions of section 443 
(b) (1) if a corporation changes its accounting period, the tax- 
able income for the short period beginning on the day after the 
close of the former taxable year and ending at the close of the 
day before the day designated as the first day of the new taxable 
year shall be placed on an annual basis by multiplying the amount 
thereof by 12 and dividing by the number of months in the short 
period. The tax shall be that same part of the tax computed on 
the annual basis which the number of months in the short period 
is of 12 months. 

However, taxpayers may elect to compute the tax for the 
short period according to the method described below if an appli- 
cation to do so is filed not later than the date when (giving effect 
to any extensions granted) the return for the first full taxable 
year after the beginning of the short period must be filed. (Sec- 
tion 443 (b) (2).) For details concerning the form and content 
of such an application, consult your District Director. 

If a proper application is filed, the taxpayer may elect to pay 
whichever tax under the following two methods is greater, in place 
of the short period tax under section 443 (b) (1) : (1) Establish 
the actual taxable income for the 12 months beginning with the 
first day of the short period ; then compute the tax on that income. 
Then determine as a short period tax that part of the tax so com- 
puted which bears the same proportion to the total tax so com- 
puted as the taxable income of the short period bears to the taxable 
income of the 1 2 months. However, a taxpayer which distributes 
substantially all its assets before the end of the 12-month period 
described above, shall employ in the above computation the 1 2- 
month period ending with the last day of the short period. 
(2) Compute a tax on the taxable income of the short period as 
if the short period were a full taxable year. 

In annualizing income of a short period consisting of 7 days 
or more, by reason of a change to a 52-53 week fiscal year, the 
annualization is made on a daily basis as provided in section 
441 (f) (2) (B) (iii). 



TAX COMPUTATION INSTRUCTIONS 



1. Normal tax. — Section 1 1 provides a normal tax for taxable 
years beginning before April I, 1956, equal to 30 percent of tax- 
able income. In the case of a taxable year beginning after March 
31, 1956, the normal tax is equal to 25 percent of taxable income. 

2. Surtax. — Section 1 1 provides a surtax equal to 22 percent 
of the amount by which the taxable income (computed without 
regard to the deduction, if any, provided in section 242 for par- 
tially tax-exempt interest) exceeds $25,000. 



3. Exceptions. — The tax imposed by section 1 1 shall not apply 
to a corporation subject to a tax imposed by — (1) section 594 
(relating to mutual savings banks conducting life insurance 
business), (2) subchapter L (section 801 and following, relat- 
ing to insurance companies), (3) subchapter M (section 851 
and following, relating to regulated investment companies), or 
(4) section 881 (a) (relating to foreign corporations not engaged 
in business in United 'States). 

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4. Consolidated returns. — Section 1503 provides that the tax 
imposed under section 11 (c) or section 831 shall be increased 
for any taxable year for which an affiliated group of includible 
corporations makes or is required to make a consolidated return 
by 2 percent of the consolidated taxable income (computed with- 
out regard to the deduction, if any, provided in section 242 for 
partially tax-exempt interest). If the affiliated group includes 
one or more Western Hemisphere trade corporations or one or 
more regulated public utilities, the increase of 2 percent shall 
be applied only on the amount by which the consolidated taxable 
income of the affiliated group exceeds the portion (if any) of 
the consolidated taxable income attributable to the Western 
Hemisphere trade corporations and regulated public utilities in- 
cluded in such group. 

5. Insurance companies other than life or mutual. — All insurance 
companies (other than life or mutual insurance companies), in- 
cluding mutual marine insurance companies and mutual fire in- 
surance companies exclusively issuing either perpetual policies 
or policies for which the sole premium charged is a single deposit, 
are subject to the taxes imposed by section 11. The taxable 
income of such insurance companies is defined in section 832 and 
differs from the taxable income of other corporations. This para- 
graph does not apply to foreign insurance companies not carrying 
on an insurance business within the United States. (Section 831.) 

6. Life insurance departments of mutual savings banks. — A 
mutual savings bank not having capital stock represented by 
shares, authorized under State law to conduct a life insurance 
business and which conducts such business in a separate depart- 
ment the accounts of which are n>aintained separately from the 
accounts of other departments of the bank is taxable under section 
594 provided the life insurance department would, if it were 
treated as a separate corporation, qualify as a life insurance 
company under section 801. 

The tax consists of the sum of — (I) a partial tax computed 
under section 1 1 upon the taxable income of the bank determined 
without regard to any items of gross income or deductions properly 



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allocable to the business of the life insurance department; and 
(2) a partial tax upon the taxable income (computed as pro- 
vided in section 803) of the life insurance department deter- 
mined without regard to any items of gross income or deductions 
not properly allocable to such department, at the rates and in 
the manner provided in subchapter L with respect to life insurance 
companies. 

Tax computation. — For the purpose of computing the first par- 
tial tax, a mutual savings bank should use Form 1120, filling in 
all applicable items (except lines 46 and 48, page 3) and sched- 
ules. The first partial tax should be computed by using lines 42 
to 46 on page 3 of Form 1 120. For the purpose of computing the 
second partial tax Form 1120L should be used. The first partial 
tax should be added to the second partial tax and the sura thereof 
entered on line 46 as the total income tax. Subtract from line 46 
the sum of any credits on line 47 and enter on line 48 the balance 
of income tax. Form 1120L properly filled in should be attached 
to and made a part of Form 1120 and properly identified as an 
accompanying schedule. However, any Form 1120L so used need 
not be separately executed under the penalty of perjury. 

7. Credit for taxes.^If, in accordance with section 901, a credit 
is claimed by a domestic corporation on line 47, page 3, on 
account of income, war profits and excess profits taxes paid or 
accrued to a foreign country or a possession of the United States, 
Form 1118 should be submitted with the return. In case credit 
is sought for taxes accrued but not paid, the District Director may 
require a bond on Form 1119 as a condition precedent to the 
allowance of the credit. 

8. Resident foreign corporations. — Foreign corporations en- 
gaged in trade or business within the United States are subject to 
tax on their income from sources within the United States at 
the rates specified in section 11. (Section 882.) 

9. Regulated investment companies. — For provisions relating to 
the method of taxation of regulated investment companies, see 
sections 851 through 855. 



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PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ACTIVITV 



In reporting the ''Principal business activity," on page 1, give the one business activity that accounts for the largest percentage 
of "total receipts." "Total receipts" means gross sales (line 1, page 2), plus gross receipts (line 4, page 2), plus all other income (lines 7 
through 14, page 2). State the broad field of business activity as well as the specific prgduct or service, such as ''Mining copper," 
"Manufacturing cotton broad woven fabric," "Wholesale food," or "Retail apparel." Where receipts are derived from two or more 
of the detailed industry groups listed below, show only one which is the major source of receipts. Use the appropriate group under 
the heading "FINANCE" if over 50 percent of "total receipts" consists of investment income. 

Enter the "business group code number" on page I from the following list. Give the code for the specific industry group 
from which the largest percentage of "total receipts" is derived. 



AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND 
FISHERIES 

Code 

Oil Farms snd ap'icullural services. 
081 FonttTj, excluding logging camps. 
091 Fuheries. 

MINING 
Melal mining: 

101 Iron ore. 

102 Copper, lead, zinc, gold, sUverores. 
109 Other metal mining. 

Coal mining: 

HI Anthracite coal. 

IZI Bituminous coal and lignite. 

Crude petroleum and natural gas citractioiu 

131 Crude petroleum, natural gas, ana 

natural gasoline. 
138 Oil- and gas-field contract services. 

Nonmetallic mineral mining: 

141 Stone, sand, gravel. 
149 Other nonmetallic minerals, ei- 
cept fuels. 

CONSTRUCTION 

151 General contractors: buildings. 

152 General contractors: other. 

153 Special trade contractors. 
169 Other construction. 

MANUFACTURING 
Beverages: 

191 Bottled soft drinks and carbonated 

waters. 

192 Malt liquors and malt. 

194 Wines. 

195 Distilled, rectified, blended liquors. 

Food and kindred products: 

201 Meat products. 

202 Dairy products, except market 

milk dealers. 

203 Canning and preserving fruits, 

vegetables, and seafoods. 

204 Grain-mill products, except cereal 

preparations. 

205 Bakery products. 

206 Sugar, cane and beet. 

207 Confectionery, related products. 

208 Cereal preparations. 

209 Other, including manufactured ice 

and flavoring sirups. 
Tobacco manufacturers: 
212 Cigars. 
219 Other. 
Teitile-mill products; 

221 Yarn and thread (cotton, wool, 

silk, and synthetic fiber). 

222 Broad-woven fabric (woolen and 

worsted). 

223 Broad-woven fabric (cotton). 

224 Narrow fabrics and other small 

wares (cotton, wool, silk, and 
synthetic fiber). 

225 Knitting mills. 

226 Dyeing and finishing textiles 

(except knit goods). 

227 Carpets, rugs, and other floor 

coverings. 

228 Hats, except cloth and millinery. 

229 Other, including rayon and silk 

broad-woven fabric. 
Apparel and other 6nished products made 

from fabrics and simitar materials: 
231 Men's and boys' clothing and 

furnishings, except fur and 

rubber. 
233 Women's clothing, and children's 

and infants' wear, except fur and 

rubber. 
235 Millinery. 

237 Fur goods. 

238 Other apparel and accessories 

including gloves, robes, and 
raincoats. 

239 Other fabricated textile products 

Including curtains, bags, and 
awnings. 

Lumber and wood products (eicept for* 
nilure): 

241 Logging camps, logging contrac- 
tors, sawmills, and planing mills. 

243 Millwork, plywood, and prefabri- 

cated structural wood products. 

244 Wooden containers. 
249 Other wood products. 

Furniture and fialures (wood or metal): 

261 Furniture — household, afRee. pub- 
lic building, and professional. 

254 Partitions, shelving, lockers; and 
office and store fixtures. 



Code 

256 Window and door screens, shades 
and Venetian blinds. 

259 Other, including restaurant ftu"- 
niture. 

Paper and allied products: 

261 Pulp, paper, and paperboatd mills. 

266 Paper bags and paperboard con- 
tainers and boxes. 

269 Pulp goods, and other converted 
paper products. 

Printing, publishing, and allied industries: 

271 Newspapers. 

272 Periodicals. 

273 Books. 

275 Commercial printing, including 

lithographing. 
279 Other publishing, bookbinding, 

and service industries for the 

printing trade. 
Chemicals and allied products: 

281 Industrial inorganic chemicals. 

282 Industrial organic chemicals, in- 

cluding plastic materials, syn- 
thetic rubber, and synthetic 
fibers. 

283 Drugs and medicines. 

284 Soap and glycerine, cleaning and 

polishing preparations, etc. 

285 Paints, varnishes, lacquers, etc. 

286 Perfumes, cosmetics, and other 

toilet preparations. 

287 Fertilizers. 

288 Vegetable and animal oils and fats, 

except edible cooking oils. 

289 Other, including gum and wood 

chemicals. 
Products of petroleum and coals 
291 Petroleum reflnhig. 
299 Other. 
Rubber products: 
301 Tires and inner tubes. 
309 Other rubber products. 
Leather and leather products: 
311 Leather: tanned, curried, etc. 
314 Footwear (except rubber). 
319 Other leather goods. 
Stone, clay, and glass products; 
321 Glass and glass products. 

324 Cement (hydraulic). 

325 Structural clay products. 

326 Pottery and related products. 

327 Concrete, gypsum, and plaster 

products, including lime. 

328 Cut-stone and stone products. 

329 Abrasive, asbestos, and other non- 

metallic mineral products. 
Primary metal industries: 

331 Blast furnaces, steel works, and 

rolling mills. 

332 Iron and steel foundries. 

333 Primary and secondary smelting, 

refining, rolling, drawing, and 
alloying of nonferrous metals 
and alloys. 
336 Nonferrous foundries. 
339 Other, including iron and steel 

forgings and wire drawing. 
Fabricated metal products (except ord- 
nance, machinery, and Innsporlatioo 
equ^ment): 

341 Tin cans and other tinware. 

342 Cutlery, hand tools, and general 

hardware. 

343 Heating apparatus (except elec- 

tric) and plumbers' supplies. 

344 Fabricated structural metal prod- 

ucts, including boiler shop 
products. 

346 Metal stamping, coating, and en- 

graving. 

347 Lighting fixtures. 

348 Fabricated wire products. 

349 Other, including screw machine 

products. 
Machinery (except electrical): 

351 Engines and turbines, except auto- 

motive, aircraft, and railway. 

352 Agricultural mchy. and tractors. 

353 Construction and mining machin- 

ery and equipment. 

354 Metalworking machinery includ- 

ing machine tools. 

355 Special-industry machinery. 

356 General industry machinery and 

equipment. 

357 Office and store machines and 

devices. 



Code 

358 Service industry and household 

machines. 

359 Other machinery parts, and 

machine shops. 
Electrical machinery, equipment, and aap> 
plies: 

361 Electrical generating, transmis- 

sion, distribution and industrial 
apparatus. 

362 Electrical appliances. 

363 Insulated wire and cable. 

364 Electrical equipment for motor 

vehicles, aircraft, and railway 
locomotives and cars. 

365 Electric lamps. 

366 Radio, radar, and television equip- 
^ ment, and phonographs (except 

radio tubes) . 

367 Other communication equipment 

and related products. 
369 Miscellaneous electrical products 

including batteries. 
Transportation equipment (except electri- 
cal and motor vehicle equipment): 

372 Aircraft and parts, including air- 

craft engines. 

373 Ship and boat building, repairing. 

374 Railroad equipment, including 

locomotives, and street cars. 

375 Motorcycles, bicycles and parts. 
379 Other transportation equipment. 
Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equip- 
ment (except electrical equipment): 

381 Motor vehicles, including bodies 

and truck trailers. 
384 Motor vehicle parts and accesso- 
ries, including engines, and trail- 
ers for passenger cars. 
OrdnaiKO and accessories: 
391 Guns, and related equipment in- 
cluding small arms. 
396 Small arms ammunition. 
399 Other. 

Professional, scienlific, and coni rolling 
instruments; photographic and opti- 
cal goods: 

iOl Professional, scientific, and con- 
trolling instruments, including 
photographic and optical goods, 

407 Watches, clocks, and clockwork- 
operated devices. 

Other manufacturing industries: 

411 Jewelry (precious metal), silver- 

ware and plated ware. 

412 Costume jewelry (except precious 

metal) . 

413 Fabricated plastic products, ex- 

cept plastic materials. 
419 Other, including matches. 
TRANSPORT AT10N,C0MMUNICATI0N. 

AND OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 
Transportation: 

461 Railroads, railway express. 

462 Urban, suburban, and interurban 

railways (with and without 
busses). 

463 Trucking and warehousing. 

464 Other motor vehicle transporta- 

tion, including taxicabs and 
busses. 

465 Petroleum pipelines. 

466 Water transportation. 

467 Air transportation. 

468 Services, supplementary to trans- 

portation. 

469 Other transportation. 
Communication: 

471 Telephone (wire or radio). 

472 Telegraph (wire and radio). 

473 Radio broadcasting and television. 
479 Other communication. 

Electric and gas utilities: 

481 Electric light and power. 

482 Gas production and distribution, 

except natural gas production. 

Other public utilities: 

491 Water supply. 

499 Other public utilities. 

WHOLESALE TRADE 
501 Commission merchants. 
Other wholesalers: 

611 Food, including milk. 

512 Alcoholic beverages, 

513 Apparel and dry goods. 

514 Chemicals, paints, and drugs. 
615 Hardware, electrical goods, plumb- 
ing and heating equipment, etc. 

610 Lumber, millwork, and construc- 
tion materials. 
C17 Machinery, equipment ^supplies. 



Code 

518 Farm products — raw materials: 
cotton, grain, wool, leaf tobacco, 
livestock, etc. 

619 Other wholesalers. 

RETAIL TRADE 
521 Food, including mOk. 
General merchandise: 

631 Department stores. 

632 Mail-order houses. 

633 Variety stores. 

539 Other general merchandise. 

541 Apparel and accessories. 

5S1 Furniture, home furnishings, etc. 

Automotive dealers, dealers in parts and 

accessories, and filling stations: 
561 Automobiles and trucks. 

563 Parts, accessories, tires, batteries. 

564 Filling stations. 
571 Drug stores. 

581 Eating and drinking places. 
Lumber, building materials, and hardware: 
591 liumber and building materials. 
595 Hardware and farm implements. 

Other retail trade: 

601 Liquor stores. 
607 Jewelry stores. 
609 Other retail stores. 

HNANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL 

ESTATE 
Banks and trust companies: 

621 Banks and trust companies (ez- 

* eluding mutual savings banks). 

622 Mutual savings banks. 
Credit agencies other than banks: 
632 Savings and loan Eissociations. 

634 Personal credit agencies. 

635 Business credit agencies. 
639 Other credit agencies. 

Holding and other investment companies: 

641 Operating-holding companies 

(companies which derived less 
than 90 percent but more than 
60 percent of "total receipts'* 
from investments). 

642 Other investment and holding 

companies (companies which de- 
rived 90 percent or more of total 
receipts from Investments). 

651 Security and commodity brokers* 
dealers, eichanges, and services. 

Iiunrance carriers: 

661 Life insurance. 

662 Mutual, except life or marine, and 

except mutual fire insurance com- 
panies issuing perpetual policies. 

669 Other. 

671 Insurance agents, brokers, and service. 

Real estate: 

681 Real estate owners and operators, 
including lessors of buildings 
(excludes developers of real 
property and lessors of real 
property other than buildings). 

683 Developers of real property, in- 

cluding tmders on own account. 

684 Agents, brokers, managers, etc. 

685 Title abstract companies. 
689 Other real estate. 

Lessors of real property, except buildings: 

691 Agricultural, forest, and similar 

properties. 

692 Mining, oil, and similar properties. 

693 Railroad property. 

694 Public-utility property. 

699 Other real property except build- 
ings. 

SERVICES 

701 Hotels, rooming and boardint houses, 
camps. 

Personal services: 

721 Laundries, cleaning and^ dyeing. 

723 Photographic studios Including? 
commercial photography. 

729 Other personal service. 

Business services: 

731 Advertising. 

739 Other business services. 

751 Automobile repair Services and garaf e«. 

761 Other repair services. > 

Motion pictures: 

781 Motion picture production, dis- 
tribution and service industries. 

783 Motion picture theaters. 

791 Amusement and recreation services 
eicepi motion pictures. 

801 Other services, including schools, 
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SCHEDULE D 
(Form 1120) 



U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT— INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 

SCHEDULE OF GAINS AND LOSSES FROM SALES 
OR EXCHANGES OF PROPERTY 



1955 



or other taxable yecr beginninrj 



FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1955 
1955, and ending 



, 195 



Name and address 



(I) CAPITAL ASSETS 



a. Description of Property 



b. Date 
Acquired 



Mo. Day Yr. 



c. Date 
Sold 



Mo. Day Yr, 



d. Gross Sales Price 
(Contract price) 



e. Depreciation Allowed (or 
allowable) Since Acquisi- 
tion or March 1. 1913 
(Attach schedule) 



f. Cost or Other Basis and | 

CostoflmprovementsSub- i 

sequent to Acquisition or i 

March 1,1913 i 



g. Expense of Sale 



h. Gain or Loss (Column d 

plus column e less the sum 

of columns f and g) 





Short-Tern\ Capital Gains and Losses — AEsets Held for Not More Than 6 Months 




1. 






S... 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 








































































































































































































































3. Total of short-term capital gains or losses or difference between sh 


ort-term capital gain 


3 and losses 


$ 





Long-Term Capital Gains and Losses — Assets Held for More Than 6 Months 




4. 






$ 


$_ 


$ 


S 


s. . 
































































































































































































































5. Total of long-term capital 


gains or 1 


osses or d 


fference between lor 


g-term capital gains 


and losses 




$ 



Summary of Capital Gains and Losses 



Classification 


Gain or Loss To Be Taken Into Account 


a. Gain 


b. loss 


6. Net short-term capital gain or loss from line 3 


S 


iR 


s 


S 


8. Net short-term capital gain (line 6, col. a) reduced by any net long-term capital loss Qine 7, 


s 


xxxxxxxxxx 


9. Net long-term capital gain (line 7, col. a) reduced by any net short-term capital loss (line 6, 


iR 


xxxxxxxxxx 


10. Excess of losses over gains in lines 6 and 7. This excess is not allowable 


xxxxxxxxxx 


$ 



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Alternative Tax Computation {or Calendar Year 1955 and Taxable Years Ending on or Before March 31, 1956 

For other toxablo years attach Form 1120FY 



1 1 . Line 42, page 3, Form 1 1 20 

(When deductions are allowable under sections 243. 244, 245, 247, 922, and 941, disregard lines 11 and 12 and compute taxable income 
for purposes of the alternative tax (line 13) according to the "Alternative tax" instructions on page 4.) 

12. Net long-term capital gain reduced by any net short-term capital loss (line 9 of summary) 

13. Line 1 1 minus line 12 

14. If amount of line 13 is: 

(a) Not over $25,000— 

Enter 30 percent of line 13 (32 percent if a consolidated return) 

(b) Over $25,000— 

Enter 52 percent of line 13 (54 percent if a consolidated return) 

Subtract $5,500 and enter difference 



$-. 



5,500.00 



15. Adjustment for partially tax-exempt interest; enter 30 percent of line 35, page 3, Form 1120, but not in excess of 30 

percent of line 13 above 

16. Partial tax (line 14 less line 15) 

17. 25 percent of line 1 2 

18. Alternative tax (line 16 plus line 17) 

19. Normal tax and surtax (line 45, page 3, Form 1 1 20) 

20. Income tax (line 18 or 19, whictiever is lesser). Enter here and on line 46, page 3, Form 1 120 



(II) PROPERTY OTHER THAN CAPITAL ASSETS 



a. Description of Property 


b. Dale 
Acquired 

Mo. Day Yr. 


c. Date 
Sold 

Mo. Day Yi. 


d. Gross Sales Price 
(Contract price) 


e. Depreciation Allowed (or 
allowable) Since Acquisi- 
tion or March 1. 1913 
(attacli schedule) 


r. Cost or Other Basis and 

Cost ol ImprovementsSub- 

sequent to Acquisition or 

March 1. 1913 


g. Expense of Sale 


h. Gain or Loss (Column d 

plus column e less the sum 

of columns 1 and i) 


1. 






$ 


$ 


$ 


$ .... 


$ 






























































































































































































































































































































































































































2. Total net gain (or loss). Enter here and on h 


ne 13 (c), page 2, Fc 


rm 1120 






$ 



State with respect to eoch item of property reported in Schedule D (I) and (II): (1) How property was acquired 



(2) Whether at time of sale or exchange — (Check appropriate block(s)) 



I I (a) purchaser owned directly or indirectly 
more than 50 percent in value of your 
outstanding stock. 



State name and address of purchaser 



I I (b) where purchaser was a corporation, more 
than 50 percent in value of its capital stock 
and 50 percent in value of your capital stock 
was owned directly or indirectly by or for the 
same individual or his family, and 



[~| (c) where purchaser was a corporation, 
more than 50 percent in value of its capital 
stock was owned directly or indirectly by you. 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 195S— 0-355294 



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Detach 
before 



Page 3 



INSTRUCTIONS 

(References oie to the Internal Revenue Code) 



Gains and losses from sales or exchanges of capital 
assets and other property. — Report sales or exchanges of 
capital assets and sales or exchanges of property other than 
capital assets in Schedule D. Every sale or exchange of 
property, even though no gain or loss may be indicated, must 
be reported in detail. 

Losses from sales or exchanges of capital assets shall be 
allowed only to the extent of gains from such sales or ex- 
changes. However, the amount of a net capital loss sustained 
in any taxable year may be carried over to each of the five 
succeeding taxable years and treated in each such succeed- 
ing taxable year as a short-term capital loss to the extent 
not allowed as a deduction against any net capital gains 
of any taxable year intervening between the taxable year 
in which the net capital loss was sustained and the taxable 
year to which carried. 

Definition of capital assets. — The term "capital assets" 
means property held by the taxpayer (whether or not con- 
nected with its trade or business), but does not include (1) 
stock in trade of the taxpayer or other property of a kind 
which would properly be included in the inventory of the 
taxpayer if on hand at the close of the taxable year, or 
property held by the taxpayer primarily for sale to customers 
in the ordinary course of its trade or business; or (2) property 
used in the trade or business, of a character which is subject 
to the allowance for depreciation provided in section 167, 
or real property used in the trade or business of the taxpayer; 
or (3) certain copyrights, literary, musical, or artistic compo- 
sitions, or similar properties; or (4) accounts or notes receiv- 
able acguired in the ordinary course of trade or business 
for services rendered or from the sale of property described 
in (1) above; or (5) an obligation of the United States or 
any of its possessions, or of a State or Territory, or any 
political subdivision thereof, or of the District of Columbia, 
issued on or after March 1, 1941, on a discount basis and 
payable without interest at a fixed maturity date not exceed- 
ing 1 year from the date of issue. 

Classification of capital gains and losses. — The phrase 
"short- term" applies to the category of gains and losses 
arising from the sale or exchange of capital assets held for 
6 months or less, and the phrase "long-term" to the category 
of gains and losses arising from the sale or exchange of 
capital assets held for more than 6 months. 

Enter full description of each item of property sold or ex- 
changed, even though no gain or loss may be indicated. 
Such description should include the following facts: (a) For 
real estate, location and description of land, description of 
improvements, details explaining depreciation; (b) for bonds 
or other evidences of indebtedness, name of issuing corpora- 
tion, description of the particular issue, denominahon, and 
amount; (c) for stocks, name of issuing corporation, class of 
stock, number of shares, and capital changes affecting 
basis (nontaxable stock dividends, other nontaxable distri- 
butions, stock rights, etc.). 

The "basis" for the property is not subject to the same rule 
for reporting gains as for losses, if the property was acguired 
before March 1, 1913. If the property sold or exchanged was 
acguired prior to March 1, 1913, the basis for determining 
GAIN is the cost or the fair market value as of March 1 , 1913, 
adjusted as provided in section 1 01 6, whichever is greater, 
but in determining LOSS the basis is cost so adjusted. If 
property was acquired after February 28, 1913, basis for 
both gain and loss is the cost of such property, except as 
otherwise provided. The exceptions arise chiefly where 
property was acquired by bequest, gift, tax-free exchange, 
involuntary conversion, or wash sale of stock; see sections 
1014, 1015, 1031, 1033, and 1091, respectively. It the 
amount shown as the basis is other than actual cash cost of 
the property sold or exchanged, full details must be furnished 
regarding the acquisition of the property. 



Enter in column "e," the amount of depreciation, ex- 
haustion, wear and tear, obsolescence, amortization and 
depletion in respect of ttie property. This amount shall be 
the sum of the following: 

(a) The amount of depreciation, exhaustion, wear and 
tear, obsolescence, amortization, and depletion which has 
been allowed (but not less than the amount allowable) in 
respect of such property since date of acquisition, or since 
February 28, 1913, if the property was acquired before that 
date. For any period after December 31, 1951, the amount 
of depreciation, etc., allowed (and which is in excess of the 
amount allowable) shall be disregarded to the extent that 
such excess does not result in a reduction for any taxable 
year of the taxpayer's income or excess profits taxes. In 
respect of any period after February 28, 1913, and before 
lanuary I, 1952, the taxpayer may disregard depreciation, 
etc., which was in excess of the amount allowable and 
which did not result in reduction of income or excess profits 
taxes only if an election is made in accordance with regula- 
tions. See section 1020; and 

(b) The amount of depreciation, exhaustion, wear and 
tear, obsolescence, amortization, and depletion actually 
sustained prior to March 1, 1913, if the property was ac- 
quired before that date. 

Subsequent improvements to be entered in column "f" 
include expenditures for additions, improvements, renewals, 
and replacements made to restore the property or prolong 
its useful life. Do not include ordinary repairs, interest, or 
taxes in column "f" or elsewhere in computing gain or loss. 

If emergency facilities are sold or exchanged, see section 
1238. 

Losses on securities becoming worthless. — If any secur- 
ities (as defined below) become worthless within the taxable 
year and are capital assets, the loss resulting therefrom shall, 
in the case of a taxpayer other than a bank, as defined in 
section 581 , be considered as a loss from the sale or exchange, 
on the last day of such taxable year, of capital assets. 
Section 165 (g) (1). 

Definition of security. — For the purpose of determining 
capital losses under section 165, the term "security" means 
a share of stock in a corporation; a right to subscribe for, 
or to receive, a share of stock in a corporation; or a bond, 
debenture, note, or certificate, or other evidence of indebted- 
ness, issued by a corporation or by a government or political 
subdivision thereof, with interest coupons or in registered 
form. However, securities issued by certain affiliated corpo- 
rations shall not be deemed capital assets. Section 165 (g) (3). 

Losses not allowable. — No loss shall be recognized in 
any sale or other disposition of shares of stock or securities 
where there has been acquired substantially identical stock 
or securities, or there has been entered into a contract or 
option to acquire substantially identical stock or securities, 
within 30 days before or after the date of such sale or dispo- 
sition, except in cases of dealers in stocks and securities which 
have sustained the loss in a transaction made in the ordinary 
course of business. Section 1091. 

Except in the case of distributions in liquidation, no 
deduction shall be allowed in respect of losses from sales or 
exchanges of property, directly or indirectly, between an 
individual and a corporation in which such individual owns, 
directly or indirectly, more than 50 percent in value of the 
outstanding stock; or (except in the case of distributions in 
liguidation) between two corporations more than 50 percent 
in value of the outstanding stock of each of which is owned, 
directly or indirectly, by or for the same individual, if either 
one of such corporations, with respect to the taxable year of 
the corporation preceding the date of the sale or exchange 
was, under the law applicable to such taxable year, (1) a 
personal holding company, as defined in section 542, or (2) 
a foreign personal holding company, as defined in section 



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552. (For the purpose of determining the ownership of stock, 

in applying this paragraph, see section 267.) 

Gain on sales by a "controlled" corporation. — In the 

case of a sale or exchange, directly or indirectly, of property 
between an individual and a corporation more than 80 per- 
cent in value of the outstanding stock of which is owned by 
such individual, his spouse, and his minor children and minor 
grandchildren, any gain recognized to the transferor from 
such sale or exchange shall be treated as gain from the sale 
or exchange of property which is neither a capital asset nor 
propel ty described in section 1231, if such property in the 
hands of the transferee is depreciable under section 167. 
Section 1239. 

Gains and losses from involuntary conversion and 
from the sale or exchange of certain property used in the 
trade or business. — The term "property used in the trade or 
business," as used in section 1 23 1, means property which 
has been held more than 6 months, which is used in the trade 
or business, and which is either real property or property 
subject to depreciation under section 167, and which is not 
(a) property of a kind which would properly be includible in 
the inventory of the taxpayer if on hand at the close of the 
taxable year, (b) property held by the taxpayer primarily 
for sale to customers in the ordinary course of its trade or 
business, or (c) certain copyrights or similar properties. Such 
term also includes timber and coal with respect to which 
section 631 applies as well as unharvested crops to which 
section 1 23 1 (b) (4) applies. Such term also includes livestock 
(but not poultry) held for draft, breeding, or dairy purposes 
and held for 12 months or more from the date of acguisition. 

Section 1231 provides special treatment for the gains and 
losses upon the sole or exchange of "property used in the 
trade or business" and upon the compulsory or involuntary 
conversion of (I) such property and (2) capital assets held for 
more than 6 months. Such gains and losses during the taxable 
year are treated as gains and losses from the sale or exchange 
of capital assets held for more than 6 months, if the aggregate 
of such gains exceeds the aggregate of such losses. If, how- 
ever, such gains do not exceed such losses, such gains and 
losses shall not be treated as gains and losses from the sale or 
exchange of capital assets. 

In determining whether gains do or do not exceed losses, 
it is necessary to include the gains and losses to the extent 
that they would be included if they were all ordinary gains 
and losses. The limitation of section 121 1 on the deductibility 
of capital losses does not operate to exclude any such losses 
from the computation as to the excess of gains over losses, but 
all such losses are included in full. 

For special treatment of gain or loss upon the cutting of 
timber, or upon the disposal of timber or coal under a con- 
tract by which the owner retains an economic interest in such 
timber or coal, see section 63 1 . 

Alternative tax. — If for any taxable year the net long-term 
capital gain exceeds the net short-term capital loss, or if there 
is only a net long-term capital gain, section 1201 imposes an 
alternative tax in lieu oi the normal tax and surtax imposed 
upon taxable income, if any, only if such tax is less than the 
tax imposed by section 1 1 (relating to normal tax and surtax 
on corporations), sections 821 and 831 (relating to normal 
tax and surtax on insurance companies, other than life 



insurance companies) , or section 511 (a) ( I ) (relating to 
taxation of business income of certain organizations described 
in section 511 (a) (2)). The alternative tax is the sum of (1) a 
partial tax, computed at the normal tax and surtax rates on 
the taxable income decreased by the amount of the excess of 
the net long-term capital gain over the net short-term capital 
loss, and (2) 25 percent of such excess. 

If the corporation computes an alternative tax under 
section I20I and is entitled to special deductions for dividends 
received (sections 243, 244, 245); the special deduction for 
dividends paid (section 247); the special deduction for a 
Western Hemisphere trade corporation (section 922); or the 
special deduction for a China Trade Act corporation (section 
941) the amount to be entered on line 13 shall be computed 
as follows: 

(1) Add back to the taxable income (line 41, page 3, 
Form 1 120) any deductions claimed in lines 30 or 35 to 
39, inclusive, page 3, Form 1120, under the authority 
of sections 941, 243, 244, 245, 247, and 922. 

(2) Subtract from this total the excess of net long-term 
capital gain over net short-term capital loss (line 9 of 
Schedule D). 

(3) Recompute the special deductions allowable under 
sections 243, 244, 245, 247, 922, and 941. For the 
purpose of this recomputation, the term "taxable 
income" employed in these sections and in section 246 
shall be considered to be the result in (2) above. 

(4) Subtract from the result in (2) above the special 
deductions recomputed in (3) above and enter the 
difference, plus line 35, page 3, Form 1 120, on line 13. 

Bonds, etc., losses of banks. — In the case of a bank, as 
defined in section 581, if the losses in the taxable year from 
sales or exchanges of bonds, debentures, notes, or certificates, 
or other evidences of indebtedness, issued by any corporation 
(including one issued by a government or political subdivision 
thereof) with interest coupons or in registered form, exceed 
the gains from such sales or exchanges, such excess shall be 
considered as an ordinary loss and deductible in full against 
other income. Section 582. 

Dealers in securities. Capital gains and ordinary 
losses. — Under the provisions of section 1236, gain by a 
dealer in securities from the sale or exchange of a security, 
as defined in section 1236, shall in no event be considered 
as gain from the sale or exchange of a capital asset unless 
(a) the security was, before the expiration of the thirtieth day 
after the date of its acquisition, clearly identified in the 
dealer's records as a security held for investment or, if ac- 
quired before October 20, 1951, was so identified before 
November 20, 1951; and (b) the security was not, at any time 
after the expiration of such thirtieth day, held by the dealer 
primarily for sale to customers in the ordinary course of trade 
or business. A loss from the sale or exchange of a security 
shall, if section 582 (c) is not applicable, be considered a 
capital loss if at any time after November 19, 1 95 1, the 
security was clearly identified in the dealer's records as a 
security held for investment. 

Short sales of capital assets. — For rules regarding tax 
consequences of certain short sales of stock or other securities 
(including those dealt with on a "when issued" basis), and 
transactions in commodity futures, see section 1 233. 



Additional Instructions For Insurance Companies Using This Schedule 



Companies taxable under section 831 and having losses 
from capital assets sold or exchanged in order to obtain funds 
to meet abnormal insurance losses, etc., shall attach a 
schedule corresponding to Schedule E, Form 1 1 20M. 

For companies taxable under section 831 or section 821 
(a) (1) or (b), "net capital loss" means the amount by which 
the losses for the taxable year from sales or exchanges of 
capital assets exceed the sum of the gains from such sales 
or exchanges and the lesser of (1) the taxable income (com- 
puted without regard to gains or losses from sales or ex- 
changes of capital assets or to the deduction for partially 



tax-exempt interest provided in section 242) or (2) losses 
from the sale or exchange of capital assets sold or exchanged 
to obtain funds to meet abnormal insurance losses and to 
provide for the payment of dividends and similar distribu- 
tions to policyholders. 

For companies taxable under section 821 (a) (1) or (b), 
all references to "line" numbers. Form 1120, shall be con- 
sidered as references to the appropriate "item" or "line" 
in Form 1 1 20M. It will be necessary for such companies to 
substitute for lines 14, 15, and 16 of Schedule D a compu- 
tation conforming to that on pages 2 and 3 of Form 1 1 20M. 



U. S. SOVERNHENT PRINTINC OFFICE 



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161 



FORM 1120 L 

U. S. Treasury Department 
Internal Revenue Service 



U. S. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY INCOME TAX RETURN 

FOR CALENDAR YEAR 19SS 



PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT PLAINLY 



Name 



Number and Street 



Date incorporaled 



City or town, postal zone number. Slate 



Place incorporated 



1955 



Do not write in space below 



1. Was a return filed under the same name for the 

preceding taxable year? O Yes ED No 

2. State amount of deferred dividend funds at end 

of taxable year, exclusive of any amount 

held for payments in following taxable year. $ 



3. Is this a consolidated return? O Yes 

If "Yes," procure from the District Director of 

Internal Revenue for your district Form 851, 
Affiliations Schedule, which shall be filled in 
and filed as a part of this return. 

4. If this is not a consolidated return — 

(a) did the company at any time during the tax- 
able year own 50 percent or more of the 
voting stock of another corporation either 
domestic or foreign? O Yes 

(b) did any corporation, individual, partner- 
ship, trust, or association at any lime during 
the taxable year own 50 percent or more of 

your voting stock? Q Yes 

If either answer is "Yes," attach separate 
schedule showing: (1) Name and address; 
(2) percentage of stock owned; (3) date stock 
was acquired; and (4) the District Director's 
office in which the income tax return of such 
corporation, individual, partnership, trust, or 
association for the last taxable year was 
filed. 



n No 



D No 



D No 



5. Did the company make a return of information 

on Forms 1096 and 1099 or Form W-2 for 
the calendar year 1955? (See General In- 
struction H.) n Yes n No 

6. Did the company at any time during the tax- 

able year own directly or indirectly any' 

stock of a foreign corporation? Q Yes [I] No 

If answer is "Yes," attach statement required 
by General Instruction J. 

7. Did the company file with the District Director 

of Internal Revenue a copy of the annual 
statement for the preceding year as required 

by General Instruction K? Q Yes O No 

If answer is "Yes," state District Director's 
office in which statement was filed. 



8. If a copy of the annual statement required by General Instruction 
K does not accompany this return, state reason why the state- 
ment is not attached. 



9. Is the company a burial or funeral benefit 
insurance company, engaged directly in the 
manufacture of funeral supplies or in the 

performance of funeral services? CH Yes CJ No 

If "Yes," see section 801(e). 



COMPUTATION OF TAX DUE OR REFUND 

1. Total inccme tax (line 42 of tax compulation schedule or line 45 of separate schedule NC whichever is applicable) . 

2. Less: Credit for income taxes paid to a foreign country or United States possession allowed a domestic cor- 

poration (attach Form 1118) 

3. Income tax due (line 1 less line 2} 

4. Credits for amounts paid on 1955 income tax: 

A. Tax paid with Form 7004 (in case of application for automatic extension of time in which 

to file) 

B. Payments on 1955 Declaration of Estimated Tax 




5. If tax (line 3) is larger than payments (line 4), the balance is TAX DUE. Enter such balance here . 

( S «« Instruction F.) 



S. If payments (line 4) are larger than tax (line 3) . 



Enter the OVERPAYMENT here - 



7. Enter amount of line 6 you want: Credited on 1956 estimated tax 

Refunded 



SIGNATURE AND VERIFICATION (See Instruction E) 

I declare under the penalties of perjury that this return (including any accompanying schedules and statements) has been examined by 
me and to the best of my knowledge and belief is a true, correct, and complete return. 



(Dale) 



(Signature oi officer) 



(Title) 



CORPORATE 
SEAL 



I declare under the penalties of perjury that I prepared this return for the person named herein; and that this return (including any accom- 
panying schedules and statements) is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a true, correct, and complete return based on all the information 
relating to the matters required to be reported in this return of which 1 have any knowledge. 



(Individual or firm signature) 



(Address) 



FORM 1120 L 



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Page 2 



Line and 
Instruction No. 

1. Interest on: 



GROSS INVESTMENT INCOME 



{a) Wholly exempt obligations. (Attach schedule) 

{b) United States Savings Bonds and Treasury Bonds owned in excess 
of the principal amount o( $5,000 issued prior to March 1. 1941 

(c) Obligations of instrumentalities of the United Stales is-ued prior to 

March 1. 1941 

(d) Obligations issued on or after March 1 , 1 94 1 . by the United Slates 

or any agency or instrumentality thereof. {Attach schedule) 



1. Interest Received 



2. Accrual ot Discount 



$ 



3. Amortization o( 
Premium 



(e) Loans, notes, mortgages, bonk deposits, bonds, debentures, etc 
Totals 

2. Dividends on stock of: 

(a) Domestic corporations subject to taxation under Subtitle A of tfie Internal Revenue Code of 1954. . . . 

(b) Public utility corprarations subject to taxation under Subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. 

(c) Foreign corporations 

(d) Other corporations 

3. Rents and royalties. (Attach schedule) 

4. Income from trade or business other than insurance business 

5. Leases, etc 

6. GROSS INVESTMENT INCOME (Total of Lines 1 to 5) 

DEDUCTIONS 

7. Interest wholly exempt from tax (line 1 (a), column 4) . 

8. Investment expenses. (Attach schedule) 

9. Taxes 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



Real estate expenses 

Depreciation. (Attach schedule) 

Depletion of mines, oil and gas wells, timber, etc. (Attach schedule) 

Trade or business deductions, as provided in section 803 (c) (6) (Attach schedule) . 

Total deductions on lines 7 to 1 3 

NET INVESTMENT INCOME (Line 6 less line 14) 

Less: Net investment income allocable to non-life-insurance reserves (Schedule A). 

Net investment income allocable to life insurance reserves 

Less: Reserve and other policy liability deduction (Schedule B) 

Special interest deduction (Schedule C) 

Total of lines 18 and 19 



21. LIFE INSURANCE TAXABLE INCOME (Line 17 less line 20) 



4. Total 

(In Case of Line t. Column t 

Plus Column 2 Less Column 3) 



IMPORTANT NOTE: If taxpayer is a new insurance company within the meaning of section 818 and the maximum limitation 
in Schedule B applies, see "Tax Computation" instructions relative to Separate Schedule NO (Form 1120L) 

TAX COMPUTATION SCHEDULE 

Port I — Computation under Section 802 (a) 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 

10. 
11. 

12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 



Life insurance taxable income (line 21 above) 

Non-life insurance taxable income (Schedule D) 

Taxable income (total of lines 1 and 2) 

Less: Deduction for partially tax-exempt interest (line 7, Schedule E) . . . 

Taxable income lor purpose of normal tax (line 3 less line 4) 

Normal tax (30 percent of amount on line 5) 

Surtax (22 percent of amount on line 3) 

Less 

Normal tax and surtax (total of lines 6 and 8) 

Alternative tax under Section 1201 (a) 
Taxable income (line 3 above) 



5,500.00 



Less: Excess of net long-term capital gain over net short-term capital loss allocable to non-life insurance tax- 
able income computed under section 802 (e) (line 4, Schedule D) 

Line 1 less line 11 

Less: Deduction for partially tax-exempt interest (line 7, Schedule E) 

Line 1 2 less line 1 3 

Normal tax (30 percent of amount on line 14) 

Surtax (22 percent of amount on line 12) 

Less 

Partial tax (total of lines 1 5 and 17) 

25 percent of line 1 1 

Alternative tax under section 1201 (a) (line 18 plus line 19) 

Normal tax and surtax (line 9) 

Income tax (line 20 or 21, whichever is the lesser) 



$- 



5,500.00 



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Page 3 



Part II — Computed under Section 802 (c) 



23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 



Life insurance taxable income (line 21, top of page 2) 

Less: Deduction for partially tax exempt interest (line 12, Schedule E) . 

Taxable income for purpose of normal tax (line 23 less line 24) 

Normal tax (30 percent of amount on line 25) 

Surtax (22 percent of amount on line 23) 

Less 

First partial tax (total of lines 26 and 28) ^^_ 



5,500.00 



Gross investment income (line 6, page 2) 

Less: Deduction for wholly tax exempt interest (line 7, page 2) 

Line 30 less line 31 

Percent non-lifeinsurance reserves are of qualified reserves (line 3, Schedule A) 

Line 32 multiplied by line 33 

Net premiums on non-life-insurance contracts (computed in the manner described in section 823) 

Dividends to policyholders on non-life-insurance contracts (computed in the manner described in section 823) 

Line 35 less line 36 

Line 34 plus line 37 

Second partial tax — 1 percent of amount on line 38 

Income tax under section 802 (c) (line 29 plus line 39) 

Income tax under section 802 (a) (line 22, Part I) 

Income tax (line 40 or line 4 1 , whichever is greater) 



-% 



SCHEDULE A.— COMPUTATION OF NET INVESTMENT INCOME ALLOCABLE TO NON-LIFE-INSURANCE RESERVES 



1. Non-life-insurance reserves (as defined in section 804 (d) (2)) 

2. Qualified reserves (as defined in section 804 (c)) 

3. Percent line 1 is of line 2 

4. Net investment income (line 1 5, page 2) 

5. Net investment income allocable to non-life-insurance reserves (line 4 multiplied by line 3) . 



-% 



SCHEDULE B 
Port I — Reserve and Other Policy Liability Deduction 



1. Net inves'ment income allocable to life insurance reserves (line 17, page 2) 

2. If amount of line 1 is: 

(a) Not over $1,000,000— 

Enter 87H percent of line 1 

(b) Over $1,000,000— 

Enter $875,000 plus 85 percent of the excess over $1,000,000 

3. Deduction under section 804 (a) Oine 2 (a) or line 2 (bj (Enter on line 18, page 2, if less than line 7 below) . 



Part II — Limitation on Amount of Reserve and Other Policy Liability Deduction 



4. (a) Total required interest on life Insurance reserves 

$ - - - (Total of column 8, Schedule G) times 2 

(b) Required interest on reserves for deferred dividends determined under section 805 (c) (2) . 

(c) Interest paid or accrued (line 12, Schedule G) 

(d) Dividends to policyholders paid or declared (other than dividends on non-life-insurance 
contracts referred to in section 804 (d) (2) (A)) 

(e) In the case of a mutual assessment life insurance company or association, an amount 
equal to two times whichever of the following is the lesser: 

(1) The amount of the net investment Income on life insurance reserves described 
in section 801 (b) (3) OR 

(2) 3 percent of the life insurance reserves so described 

5. Total of lines 4 (a) through 4 (e) -. 

6. Less: Adjustments for loans on policies involving life insurance reserves: 

(a) Average rate of Interest (line 6, Schedule G) 

(b) Mean of the aggregates of the outstanding policy loans (Section 804 (b) (2) (A)) . . 

(c) Amount of adjustment (line (a) multiplied by line (b)) 

7. Maximum deduction (line 5 less line 6 (c)). (If this line is less than line 3, complete lines 8 and 9) 

8. Dividends received deduction (line 9, Schedule F) 

9. Total of lines 7 and 8 (Enter here and on line 1 8, page 2) 



$-. 



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SCHEDULE C— SPECIAL INTEREST DEDUCTION 



(Page 3-Continued) 



1. Line 7 plus line 15, top of page 2 

2. 50 percent of line 16, page 2 

3. Adjusted net investment income (line 1 less line 2) 

4. Required interest — 

(a) Total of column 8, Schedule G 

(b) Reserves held for deferred dividends described in section 804 (c) (4) multiplied by 
each rate of interest assumed in computing such reserve 

(c) Interest paid or accrued (line 12, Schedule G) 

(d) Sum of lines (a), (b), and (c) 

5. Line 3 divided by line 4 (d) . Enter percentage 

6. Line 17, top of page 2 

7. Line 18, page 2 

8. Line 6 less line 7 

9. Special interest deduction — If percentage on line 5 is: 

1 05 or more, enter zero 

100 or less, enter 50 percent of line 8 

more than 100 but less than 105, enter * — % of line 8 



-% 



'Multiply by 10 the difference between 105 percent and percentage on line 5 and enter percentage thus obtained- 



SCHEDULE D. COMPUTATION OF NON-LIFE INSURANCE TAXABLE INCOME 



Page 4 



1. Net investment income allocable to non-life-insurance reserves (line 5, Schedule A) 

2. Percent non-life-insurance reserves is of qualified reserves (line 3, Schedule A) 

Excess of net long-term capital gain over net short-term capital loss. (Attach schedule) 

Line 3 multiplied by line 2 

Line 1 plus line 4 

Amount of deduction for dividends received under sections 243, 244, and 245 {line 1 (d), Schedule F) . 

Line 6 multiplied by line 2 •■ 

Non-life insurance taxable income (line 5 less line 7) 



-% 



SCHEDULE E. 



-COMPUTATION OF DEDUCTION FOR PARTIALLY TAX-EXEMPT INTEREST 
Port I — Computation loi Purposes of Section 802 (a) 



1. Life insurance taxable income (line 21, top of page 2) 

2. Net investment income allocable to non-life-insurance reserves (line 5, Schedule A) . 

3. Line 1 plus line 2 

4. Net investment income (line 1 5, page 2) 

5. Peicent line 3 is of line 4 

S. Amount of the deduction provided by section 242 

7. Deduction for portially tax-exempt interest (line 6 multiplied by line 5) 



.% 



Part II— Computation for Purposes of Section 802 (c) (2) (A) 



8. Life insurance taxable income (line 21, page 2) 

9. Net investment income (line 15, page 2) 

10. Percent line 8 is of line 9 

11. Amount of the deduction provided by section 242 

12. Deduction for partially tax exempt interest (line 1 1 multiplied by Ime 10). 



-% 



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165 



SCHEDITLE F— COMPUTATION OF DIVIDENDS RECEIVED DEDUCTION 



(Page 4 - Continued) 



$-. 



1. Dividends received deduction — 

(a) Enter 85 percent of line 2 (a), page 2 

(b) Enter 62. 1 1 5 percent of line 2 (b), page 2 

(c) Enter 85 percent of dividends received from certain foreign corporations 

(d) Total dividends received deductions. Enter sum of (a), (b), and (c) but not to exceed 85 percent of line 

15, page 2 (net investment income) 

Note: Complvt* ramoindar of this •chadula only ii tho Limitation on Amount of Rea«nr« and Othar Policy Liability Daduction com* 

putad in Part II, Schadula B, is applicabla 

Net investment income (line 1 5, page 2) 

Net investment income allocable to non-life-insurance reserves (line 5, Schedule A) 

Maximum deduction under section 804 (b) (line 7, Schedule B) 

Line 4 multiplied by 100/85 

Total of lines 3 and 5 

Line 2 less line 6 

Line 7 divided by line 2 



9. Dividends rec'd deduction under sec. 804 (b) (3) (line 1 (d) multiplied by line 8) (Enter here ond on line 8, Sch. B) 



$ 



SCHEDULE G.— DATA FOR RESERVE AND OTHER POLICY LIABILITY DEDUCTION FOR THE SUCCEEDING TAXABLE YEAR 



1. Nature of Reserve 
(Life, Annuity, Etc.) 


2. Assumed 

Morbidity 

or Mortality 

Table 


3. As- 
sumed 
Interest 
Rate 


4. Method of 
Computation 
(Illinois Stand- 
ard. Etc.) 


5. Amount of Adjusted Re- 
serve at Beginning of Tax- 
able Year • 


6. Amount of Adjusted Re- 
serve at End of Taxable 
Year' 


7. Mean of Columns 
(5) and (6) 


8. Column (3) Times 
Column (7) 


1 








$. 


$ 


$ 


$-- 


2 












3. 
















4. 
















5. Totals 






$ 


$ 





s. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 



Average rate of interest assumed in computing life insurance reserves (total of column 8 divided by total of column 7) . 

35 percent of line 6 

2.1125 percent (65 percent cf 3}t percent) 

Reserve earnings rate (line 7 above plus line 8 above) 

Total of column 7 multiplied by line 9 above 

2 percent of the reserve held for deferred dividends 

Interest paid or accrued 

Total of lines 10, 11, and 1 2 above 

Net investment income (line 15, page 2) 

Interest wholly exempt from tax (line 7, page 2) 

Adjustment for unearned premiums and unpaid losses on non-life-insurance reserves (See instructions) 

• In the case of reserves computed on a preliminary term basis, 107% of the amount of the reserve. 



% 

% 

2.1125% 



$ 



SCHEDULE H.— INVESTED ASSETS BOOK VALUES 

(ScK*dule H need not be filled in i£ no deduction ia claimed (or any general expet\aes that are allocated to investment income) 





1. Beginnint of taxable year 


2. End of taxable year 


1. Real estate 


$ 


$ 


2. Mortgage loans 






3. Collateral loans 






4. Policy loans, including premium notes 






5. Bonds of domestic corporations 






S. Stocks of domestic corporations 






7. Government obligations, etc. (Submit detailed schedule) 






8. Bank deposits bearing interest 






9. Other interest^bearing assets. (Attach schedule) 






10. Totals of lines 1 to 9 


$ 


$ 


11. Total of columns 1 and 2, line 10 


$ 


12. Mean of the invested assets for the taxable year (one-half of line 11) 


$ 


13. One-fourth of 1 percent of the mean of the invested assets 


« 


14. Income base (line 6, page 2, less the sum of lines 9 through 13, page 2) 


$ 


IS. 3% percent of line 12 




IS. Excess (if any) of line 14 over line 15 


t 


17. One-fourth of line 16 


f. 


18. Limit on deduction for investment expenses (line 13 plus line 17) 


$ 



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How To Prepare Your 

1955 U. S. Life Insurance Company Income Tax 

Return q^ p^^^ 22201 



(References are to the Internal Revenue Code) 



If taxpayer is a new insurance company qualifying under section 818, see separate 
Schedule NC (Form 1120L). 



GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 



A. Companies required to file a return— Every domestic life 
insurance company and every foreign life insurance company 
carrying on an insurance business within the United States 
(if with resi)ect to its United States business it would qualify 
as a life insurance company), which is engaged in the busi- 
ness of issuing life insurance and annuity contracts (either 
separately or combined with health and accident insurance) 
or noncancellable contracts of health and accident insurance 
and of which the life insurance reserves, plus unearned pre- 
miums and unpaid losses on noncancellable life, health, or 
accident policies not included in life insurance reserves, com- 
prise more than 50 percent of its total reserves, adjusted in 
each case for policy loans as required by section 801, shall 
file a return on this form. 

If a receiver, trustee in bankruptcy, or assignee has posses- 
sion of or holds title to all or substantially all the property 
or business of a corporation, whether or not the property or 
business is being operated, he must make a return of income 
for the corporation in the same manner and form as corpo- 
rations are required to make such returns. ( See sec. 6012. ) If 
a life insurance company disposes of its life insurance business 
and life insurance reserves under a reinsurance agreement 
with another company, but continues its corporate existence 
for the purpose of winding up and liquidating its affairs, it 
will not be taxable as a life insurance company after the effec- 
tive date of such agreement. 

B. Period covered.— The return shall be for the calendar year 
ended December 31, 1955, and the taxable income computed 
on the calendar year basis in accordance with the provisions of 
section 843. 

C. Accounting Methods. — A return on this form shall be filed 
using the cash or accrual method of accounting, except that 
whichever method is adopted in filing the company's first return 
must.be followed until the consent of the Commissioner is re- 
ceived to change the method. 

Rounding Off to Whole-Dollar Amounts. — If you wish, the 
money items on your return or accompanying schedules required 
by such return may be shown as whole-dollar amounts. This 
means that you eliminate any amount less than 50 cents, and 
increase any amount between 50 cents and 99 cents to the next 
highest dollar. Tour choice as to whether you round oft to 
whole-dollar amounts may not be changed after the due date 
for filing your return. 

D. Time and place for filing.^The return for 1955 must be 
sent to the District Director of Internal Revenue for the dis- 
trict in which the company's principal place of business or 
principal office or agency is located, on or before June 15, 1956. 

E. Signature and verification. — The return must be signed 
either by the president, vice-president, treasurer, assistant 
treasurer or chief accounting officer, or by any other corporate 
officer authorized to sign. A receiver, trustee, or assignee must 
sign any return which he Is required to file on behalf of a 
corporation. The statement at the bottom of page 1 of the 
return is required to be signed by any person, firm, or corpo- 
ration who prepared the taxpayer's return. If the return is 
prepared by a firm or corporation, it should be signed in the 
name of the firm or corporation. The statement is not required 
if the return is prepared by a regular, full-time employee. 

F. Payment of tax. — The tax for the year 1955 must be paid 
in full when the return is filed, that is, on or before June 15, 
1956. 

For taxable years ending on or after December 31, 1955. a 
declaration of estimated tax must be made by every corpora- 
384573—56 



tion which is subject to income tax under subchapter L of 
chapter 1 (relating to Insurance companies), if its income tax 
for the taxable year can reasonably be expected to exceed 
$100,000 plus the amount of any estimated credits against tax. 
(See Form 1120-ES.) In the case of affiliated corporations 
filing a consolidated return, see consolidated return regulations 
prescribed under section 1502. 

G. Failure to file, etc. — Substantial additions to the tax are 
imposed for failing to file a return, for late filing, and for filing 
a false or fraudulent return. 

H. Information at source. — Every insurance company mak- 
ing payments in the course of its trade or business of (1) inter- 
est, rents, commissions, or other fixed or determinable income 
of $600 or more during the calendar year 1955 to an individual, 
a partnership, or a fiduciary, or (2) salaries or wages of $600 
or more shall make returns on Forms 1096 and 1099, except that 
the making of such return will not be required with respect to 
salary or wage payments included on Form W-2, provided copies 
of withholding statements on Form W-2 are furnished. If a 
portion of such salary or wage payments was reported on a 
Withholding Statement (Form W-2), only the remainder must 
be reported on Form 1099. 

The returns on Forms 1096 and 1099 shall also include divi- 
dend ijayments totaling $10 or more during the calendar year 
1955 to each shareholder who is an individual (citizen or resi- 
dent of the United States), a resident fiduciary, or a resident 
partnership any member of which Is a citizen or resident 

1. Information by corporations. — 1. Contemplated dissolution 
or liquidation. — Every corporation shall, within 30 days after 
the adoption by the corporation of a resolution or plan for the 
dissolution of the corporation or for the liquidation of the whole 
or any part of its capital stock, render a correct return on Form 
966 setting forth the terms of such resolution or plan. (See 
sec. 6tM3. ) 

2. Distribution in liquidation. — Every corporation making dis- 
tributions in liquidation of the whole or any part of its capital 
stock shall also make returns on Forms 1096 and 1099L, as 
required b.v instructions on Form 1096, for the calendar year 
1955. 

J. Stock ownership in foreign corporations. — In addition to 
the schedule required by Specific Instruction 2, a corporation 
owning any stock of a foreign corporation must attach a state- 
ment showing the name and address of each company and the 
total number of shares of each class of outstanding stock owned 
during the taxable year. If the corporation owned 5 percent or 
more in value of the outstanding stock of a foreign personal 
holding company, attach a statement setting forth in complete 
detail the information required by section 551 (d). 

K. Annual statement. — A copy of the annual statement for 
life insurance companies adopted by the Nationl (Convention of 
Insurance Commis.sioners for the year 1955, as filed with the 
Insurance Department of the State, Territory, or District of 
Columbia, which shows the. reserves used in computing the net 
income reported on the return, together with copies of Schedule 
A (real estate) and Schedule D (bonds and stocks), must 
accompany the return. Similar copies for the preceding year 
must also be furnished, if not filed for such year. In the case of 
a foreign life insurance company carrying on a life insurance 
business within the United States, the copies submitted shall be 
those relating to the United States business of the company. 

L. List of attached schedules. — Attach a list of the schedules 
accompanying the return, giving for each a brief title and the 
schedule number. Place name and address of company on each 
schedule. 



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SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 

The Following Instructions Are Numbered To Correspond With Line Numbers on the 

Second Page of the Return 



1. Interest. — Enter interest received or accrued from all 
sources during the taxable year. Ttie gross amount of interest 
reported as gross income shall be decreased by the amortization 
of premium and increased by ihe accrual of discount attributable 
to the taxable year on bonds, notes, debentures, or other evi- 
dences of indebtedness, determined (1) in accordance with the 
method regularly employed, if reasonable, or (2) in accordance 
with regulations prescribed by the Secretary or his delegate. 
(Attach statement showing method and computation.) 

2. Dividends. — Enter on line 2 (a) the amount received or 
accrued as dividends from a domestic corporation which is 
subject to taxation under Subtitle A, except dividends on certain 
preferred stoclf of a public utility, dividends received from a 
corporation entitled to the benefits of section 931, and from a 
corporation organized under the China Trade Act, 1922. Entei 
on line 2 (6) dividends received on certain preferred stock of a 
public utility which is sub.iect to taxation under Subtitle A. 
Enter on line 2 (c) dividends from foreign corporations. Enter 
on line 2 (d) dividends from all other corporations, including 
dividends on share accounts in Federal savings and loan asso- 
ciations issued on or after March 28, 1942. Enter on line 1(c) 
dividends on share accounts in Federal savings and loan asso- 
ciations issued prior to March 28, 1942. Submit schedule, item- 
izing all dividends received during the year, stating the names 
of the corporations declaring the dividends and amounts received 
from each, 

3. Rents and royalties. — Enter the gross amount received 
from these sources. 

4. Income from trade or business other than insurance busi- 
ness. — Enter the gross income from any trade or business (other 
than an insurance business) carried on by the life insurance 
company, or by a partnership of which the life insurance com- 
pany is a member. 

5. Leases, etc. — Enter the gross amount of income received 
from the entering into (or the alteration or termination) of any 
lease, mortgage or other instrument or agreement from which 
the life insurance company derives interest, dividends, rents or 
royalties. 

7. Interest wholly exempt from tax. — Enter the amount of in- 
terest which is wholly exempt from taxation under the provisions 
of section 103. 

8. Investment expenses. — Enter expenses paid or incurred 
which are properly chargeable to investment expenses, the total 
amount of which, if there be any allocation of general expenses 
to investment expenses, should not exceed one-fourth of 1 per- 
cent of the mean of the invested assets reported on line 12, 
Schedule H, plus, in cases where the taxable income computed 
without any deduction for (1) investment expenses and (2) 
tax-free interest, exceeds S% percent of the book value of such 
mean of the invested assets, one-fourth of such excess. Submit 
a schedule showing the nature and amount of the items included 
herein, the minor items being grouped in one amount. (See 
section 803 (c) (2).) 

9. Taxes. — Enter taxes paid or accrued exclusively upon real 
estate owned by the company as provided in section 164. (For 
limitation on deduction, see Instruction 14 (6).) 

10. Real estate expenses. — Enter all ordinary and necessary 
building expenses, such as fire insurance, heat, light, labor, etc., 
and the cost of incidental repairs which neither materially add 
to the value of the property nor appreciably prolong its life, but 
keep it in an ordinarily efficient operating condition. Do not in- 
clude any amount paid out for new buildings or for permanent 
improvements or betterments made to Increase the value of any 
property or any amount expended on foreclosed property before 
such property is held forth for rental purposes. (For limitation 
on deduction, see Instruction 14 ( 6 ) . ) 

11. Depreciation. — The amount deductible on account of de- 
preciation is an amount reasonably measuring a portion of the 
Investment in depreciable property which, by reason of exhaus- 
tion, wear and tear, or obsolescence, is properly chargeable 
against the operations of the year. In any event the deduction 
is limited to the depreciation on the property that Is used, and 
to the extent used, for the purpose of producing the income 
specified in section 803 (6). The amount of depreciation should 
be determined ui)on the basis of the original cost (not replace- 
ment cost) of the property, and the probable number of years 
remaining of its expected useful life. 



(a) Straight line method. — The most common method of com- 
puting depreciation is the "straight line" method. It allows-for 
the recovery of cost in equal annual amounts over the life of 
the property, with only salvage value remaining at the end of 
its useful life. To compute the deduction, add the cost of im- 
provements to the cost (or other basis) of the asset and deduct 
both the estimated salvage value and the total depreciation 
allowed or allowable in past years. Divide the result by the 
number of years of useful life remaining to the asset ; the quo- 
tient is the depreciation deduction. 

(6) Declining balance method, — Under this method a uni- 
form rate is applied each .vear to the remaining cost or other 
basis of property (without adjustment for salvage value) deter- 
mined at the beginning of such year. For property acquired 
before January 1, 19.54, or used property whenever acquired, 
the rate of depreciation under this method may not exceed one 
and one-half times the applicable straight line rate. 

(c) Special rules lor new asuets acq^iired after December SI, 
J95S. — The cost or other basis of an asset acquired after 
December 31. 19.53, may be depreciated under methods proper 
in the past ; or. it may be depreciated under any of the follow- 
ing methods provided (1) that the asset is tangible, (2) that 
it has an estimated useful life of three years or more, and 
(3) that the original u.se of the asset commenced with the tax- 
payer and commenced after December 31, 19.53. If an asset 
is constructed, reconstructed, or erected by the taxpayer, so 
much of the basis of the asset as is attributable to construction, 
reconstruction, or erection after December 31, 1953, may be 
depreciated under methods proper in the past ; or. It may be 
depreciated under any of the following methods provided the 
asset meets qualifications (1) and (2) above. 

(1) Declining balance method. — This method may be used 
with a rate not in excess of twice the applicable straight line 
rate. 

(2) Sum of the years-digits method. — Under this method 
annual allowances for depreciation are computed by applying 
changing fractions to the taxpayer's cost or other basis of prop- 
erty (reduced by estimated salvage value). A deduction for 
each year is computed by multiplying the cost or other basis 
of the asset (reduced by estimated salvage value) by the num- 
ber of years of useful life remaining (including the year for 
which the deduction is computed) and dividing the product by 
the sum of all the digits corresponding to the years of the 
estimated useful life of the asset. In the case of a five-year 
life this sum would be 15 (5 plus 4 plus 3 plus 2 plus 1). For 
the first year 5-15th of the cost reduced by estimated salvage 
value would be allowable, for the second year 4-15th, etc. 

(3) Other methods. — A taxpayer may use any consistent 
method which does not result in accumulated allowances at the 
end of any year greater than the total of the accumulated allow- 
ances which would have resulted from the use of the declining 
balance method. This limitation applies only during the first 
two-thirds of the useful life of the property. 

If a deduction is claimed on account of depreciation, a sched- 
ule should be filed with the return showing: (1) description 
of the property; (2) date of acquisition of the property; (3) 
the cost or other basis of the asset; (4) the amount of depre- 
ciation allowed and allowable In prior years; (5) the method 
under which the depreciation allowance is being claimed; (6) 
rate of depreciation, and expected useful life; and (7) depre- 
ciation allowance this year. In case obsolescence is Included, 
state separately amount claimed and basis upon which it Is 
computed. Cost or value of land is not subject to depreciation, 
and when land and building were purchased for a lump sum 
the cost of the buildings subject to depreciation must be 
established. 

The adjusted property accounts and the accumulated depre- 
ciation shown in the schedule should be reconciled with those 
accounts as reflected on the books of the taxpayer. For limi- 
tation on deduction, see Instruction 14 (6) below. 

12. Depletion of mines, oil and gas wells, timber, etc.— If a 
deduction is claimed on account of depletion, procure from the 
District Director: Form M (mines and other natural deposits). 
Form O (oil and gas), or Form T (timber) ; fill in and file with 
return. 



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13. Trade or business deductions. — Enter the total of deduc- 
tions attributable to any trade or business, the income from 
which is included in the life insurance company's gross invest- 
ment income under section 803 (b) (2) and is shown on line 4, 
page 2 of the return. Do not include (a) losses from sales or 
exchanges of capital assets, (6) sales or exchanges of property 
used in the trade or business and (e) losses from the compulsory 
or involuntary conversion of property used in the trade or busi- 
ness. The deductions to be entered on line 13 will be disallowed 
to the extent attributable to the carrying on of the insurance 
business. 

14. Total deductions.— ( a ) Enter the total of lines 7 to 13, 
inclusive. 

(6) Limitation on deductions relating to real estate owned 
and occupied. — The deductions included on lines 9 to 11 on ac- 
count of real estate owned and occupied in whole or in part by 
the company shall be limited to an amount which bears the same 
ratio to such deductions (computed without regard to section 
803 (d) ) as the rental value of the space not so occupied bears 
to the rental value of the entire property. (Submit detailed 
schedule. ) 

(c) Items not deductible. — No deduction is allowable for the 
amount of any item or part thereof allocable to a class of ex- 
empt income, other than interest. Items directly attributable 
to such exempt income shall be allocated thereto, and items 
directly attriliutable to any class of taxable income shall be 
allocated to such taxable income. If an item is indirectly at- 
tributable to both taxable income and exempt income, a reason- 
able proportion thereof, determined in the light of all the facts 
and circumstances in each case, shall be allocated to each. Ap- 
portionments must in all eases be reasonable. A taxpayer re- 
ceiving any exempt income, other than interest, or holding any 
property or engaging in any activity the income from which is 
exempt shall submit with its return as a part thereof an itemized 
statement, in detail, showing (1) the amount of each class of 
exempt income, and (2) the amount of items allocated to each 
such class (the amount allocated by apportionment being shown 
separately). 

18. Reserve and other policy liability deduction. 

Section 804 provides a new rule for determining the "reserve 
and other policy liability deduction" for the purpose of subpart 
A of part I of subchapter L of the 1954 Code. Subject to the 
limitations provided in subsection (b), subsection (a) defines 
the term "reserve and other policy liability deduction" (for 
the purposes of the subpart) as meaning the sum of the amounts 
determined by applying the following percentages to the excess 
of the net investment income over the net investment income 
allocable to non-life insurance reserves (determined under sub- 
section (d) ) : 

(1) 87% percent of so much of the excess as does not exceed 
$1 million ; and 

(2) 8.5 percent of so much of the excess as exceeds $1 million. 
Subsection (b) provides that the deduction for reserve and 

other policy liabilities shall not exceed an amount which is 
equal to the sum of the following : 

(A) Two times the required interest on life insurance re- 
serves ( determined under sec. 805 ( c ) ( 1 ) ) ; 

(B) The required interest on reserves foi- deferred divi- 
dends (determined under sec. 805 (c) (2) ) ; 

(C) The amount of interest paid (as defined in sec. 
805 (d)) ; 

(D) The dividends to policyholders paid or declared (other 
than dividends on non-life insurance contracts referred to in 
subsection (d) ,(2) (A) of sec. 804) ; and 

(E) In the case of a mutual assessment life insurance 
company or association the maximum deduction is to be an 
amount equal to two times whichever of the following is the 
lesser : 

(i) The amount of the net investment income on life insur- 
ance reserves described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of section 
801 (b) (3) ; or 

(ii) 3 percent of the life insurance reserves so described. 
The above sum must be reduced by the amount of the adjust- 
ment for policy loans provided in section 804 (b) (2). For 
the purjKises of (D) above the dividends to policyholders .shall 
be construed as those paid, or those declared, according to the 



method of accounting regularly employed in keeping the books 
of the insurance company. 

Section 804 (b) (2) provides for the application of an ad- 
justment which will reduce the amount computed under para- 
graph (1) by an amount equal to the mean of the aggregates 
(at the begininng and end of the taxable year) of the out- 
standing policy loans with respect to contracts for which life 
insurance reserves are maintained, multiplied by the average 
rate of interest applicable to life insurance reserves. 

Section 804 (b) (3) permits an insurance company, whose 
reserve and other policy liability deduction has tieen limited 
by subsection (b) (1), to take as a deduction an amount cor- 
responding to the dividends received deductions provided in 
sections 243, 244, and 245 of the 1954 Code. SpecificaUy, sub- 
paragraph (A) of section 804 (b) (3) provides that where 
section 804 (b) (1) reduces the reserve and other policy lia- 
bility deduction allowed by section 804, an insurance company 
will be allowed, in computing life insurance taxable income 
under section 802 (b) an additional deduction corresponding 
to the dividends received deduction computed under the provi- 
sions of subparagraph (B) of section 804 (b) (3). 

The deduction computed under subparagraph (B) of section 
804 (b) (3) is to be an amount which bears the same ratio to 
the total intercorjxjrate dividends received deductions provided 
in sections 243, 244, and 245 as the net investment income, 
reduced as provided in this subparagraph, bears to the total 
net in.vestment income. 

19. Special interest deduction. — Schedule C on page 3 should 
be used to compute the amount of the special interest deduc- 
tion. The special interest deduction is allowed in instances 
in which the relationship between adjusted net investment 
income and required interest is such that the adjusted net 
investment income is less than 105 percent of the required 
interest. The term "adjusted net investment income" is defined 
as the net investment income computed without any deduction 
for wholly tax exempt interest minus 50 percent of the net 
investment income allocable to non-life insurance reserves. The 
term "required interest" means the total of — 

(1) The sum of amounts obtained by multiplying (a) each 
rate of interest assumed in computing the life insurance reserves 
by (6) the means of the amounts of the adjusted reserves com- 
puted at that rate at the beginning and end of the taxable 
year ; 

(2) The reserve for deferred dividends multiplied by each 
rate of interest assumed in computing such reserve, and 

(3) Interest paid or accrued. 

If the adjusted net investment income is 105 percent or more of 
the required interest, the special interest deduction is stated 
as zero. If the adjusted net investment income is 100 percent or 
less of the required interest, the special interest deduction is 
determined as an amount equal to 50 percent of the amount by 
which net investment income allocable to life insurance reseives 
exceeds the reserve and otlier policy liability deduction. If the 
adjusted net investment income is more than 100 percent but less 
than 105 percent of the required interest, the special interest 
deduction is computed by multiplying the amount by which net 
investment income allocable to life insurance reserves exceeds 
the reserve and other policy liability deduction by ten times 
the diiference between 105 percent and the actual percentage 
established. The percentage established by comparing adjusted 
net investment income to the required interest should be carried 
to at least the nearest one-tenth of a percentage point ■with 
the result that the multiplication by ten of the difference be- 
tween 105 percent and such percentage will be productive of a 
more accurately graduated figure than would be possible were 
no such fractional percentage to be allowed. 

Tax computation. — Separate Schedule NC is an additional 
tax computation schedule pi-ovided for companies qualifying as 
new companies under section 818. This schedule is to be used 
by such new companies in instances where the maximum lim- 
itation provided in section 804 (b) on the reserve and other 
policy liability deduction applies. The tax of such new com- 
panies is the tax computed on Schedule NC or on the regular tax 
computation schedule on Form 1120 L, whichever is less. 

In the various tax computation schedules, it should be noted 
that the subtraction of $5,500 must not result in a surtax figure 
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SCHEDULE F.— COMPUTATION OF DIVIDENDS RECEIVED DEDUCTION 



Line 1. — The deductions provided in line 1 of Schedule F are 
as follows: (a) 85 i)erceiit of the amount received as dividends 
(except dividends on certain preferred stock of public utilities) 
from a domestic corporation subject to income tax. Amounts 
received as dividends from mutual savings banks, cooperative 
banks, and domestic building and loan associations and allowed 
as a deduction to such banks or building and loan assocmtions 
shall not be treated as dividends. In the case of dividends re- 
ceived from a regulated investment company, see section 854 
regarding limitations. on amount deductible; (6) 62.115 percent 
of the amount received as dividends on the preferred stock of a 
public utility which is subject to income tax and is allowed a 



deduction, as provided in section 247, for dividends paid ; and 
(c) 85 percent of dividends received from certain foreign corpo- 
rations. See section 245 for qualifications and limitations on 
the amount of this deduction. 

Dividends received from a corporation described in section 246 
(a) (China Trade Act Corporation, etc.) should be entered on 
line 2 (d), page 2. 

Lines 2-9. — These lines are to be completed only in the event 
that the maximum limit applies in the computation of the re- 
serve and other policy liability deduction (see line 7, Schedule 
B). 



SCHEDULE G.— DATA FOR RESERVE AND OTHER POLICY LIABILITY DEDUCTION FOR 

THE SUCCEEDING TAXABLE YEAR 



Data for succeeding taxable year. — The following data shall 
be furnished in Schedule G by every life insurance company 
for the computation of the figure, for the succeeding year, to be 
proclaimed by the Secretary to determine the reserve and other 
policy liability deduction. 

Lines 1 to 5, inclusive. — Reserves. — List data pertaining to 
life insurance reserves. Describe fully the nature of the reserve, 
the method of computation, the interest rate used, and the 
amount of each such reserve at the beginning and end of the 
taxable year. Include mortality and morbidity reserves on 
noncancellable life, health, or accident contracts. Do not in- 
clude pro rata unearned premiums or unpaid losses on can- 
cellable accident and health contracts. For reserves computed 
on a modified basis, such as Illinois Standard, or Select and 
Ultimate, list 107 percent of the amount of such reserves. 
(For definition of life insurance reserves, see section 801 (b) 
and the regulations thereunder.) (For reserves computed on 
a modified basis, see section 801 (b) and the regulations there- 
under.) 

Lin^ 9. — Reserve earnings rate. — Reserve earnings rate means 
a rate computed by adding 2.1125 percent (65 percent of 3% 
percent) and 35 percent of the average rate of interest assumed 
in computing life insurance reserves. 

Line 11. — Reserve for deferred dividends. — Enter an amount 
equal to 2 percent of the reserve held at the end of the taxable 
year for deferred dividends the payment of which is deferred 
"for a period of not less than 5 years from the date of the 
policy contract. Do not include in such reserve dividends pay- 
able during the following taxable year. 

Line 12. — Interest paid or accrued. — Enter the amount of 
interest paid or accrued during the taxable year on the com- 
pany's indebtedness, except on indebtedness incurred or con- 
tinued to purchase or carry obligations (other than obligations 
of the United States issued after September 24, 1917, and origi- 
nally subscribed for by the taxpayer) the interest upon which 



is wholly exempt from taxation, and all amounts in the nature 
of interest, whether or not guaranteed, paid or accrued within 
the taxable year on insurance contracts (or contracts arising 
out of insurance contracts) which do not involve, at the time 
of payment or accrual life, health, or accident contingencies. 
Interest on dividends held on deposit and surrendered during 
the taxable year should be included in this item. Do not in- 
clude any interest on deferred dividends which were included 
on line 11. 

Line 16. — Adjustment for unearned premiums and unpaid 
losses on non-life insurance reserves. — In the case of a life in- 
surance company writing contracts other than life insurance, 
annuity, and noncancellable health and accident insurance con- 
tracts (including life insurance or annuity contracts combined 
with noncancellable health and accident insurance), the term 
"adjustment for certain reserves" as defined in section 813 
means an amount equal to 3% percent of the unearned pre- 
miums and unpaid losses on such other contracts which are not 
included in life insurance reserves (as defined in section 801 
(b)). For purposes of this adjustment, such unearned pre- 
miums shall not be considered to be less than 25 percent of the 
net premiums written during the taxable year on such other 
contracts. 

Line 2, page 1. — Credit for income taxes paid to a foreign 
country or United States possession. — If, in accordance with 
section 901, a credit is claimed by a domestic corporation on 
line 2, page 1. on account of income, war-profits and excess- 
profits taxes paid or accrued to a foreign country or a possession 
of the United States, Form 1118 should be submitted with the 
return, together with the receipt for each such tax payment. 
In case credit is sought for taxes accrued but not paid, the 
form must have attached to it a certified copy of the return 
on which each such accrued tax was ba.sed, and the District 
Director may reqtiire a bond on Form 1119 as a condition prece- 
dent to the allowance of a credit for such accrued taxes. A 
foreign company is not entitled to claim this credit. 



EXCERPTS FROM THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE AS AMENDED BY THE 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY TAX ACT FOR 1955 



"SEC. 801. DEnNITION OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

"(a) Life Insurance Company Defined. — For purposes of 
this subtitle, the term 'life insurance company' means an insur- 
ance company which is engaged in the business of issuing life 
insurance and annuity contracts (either separately or com- 
bined with health and accident insurance), or noncancellable 
contracts of health and accident insurance, if — 

"(1) its life insurance reserves (as defined In subsection 
(b)). plus 

"(2) unearned premiums and unpaid losses on noncancel- 
lable life, health, or accident policies not included in life insur- 
ance reserves, 

comprise more than 50 percent of its total reserves (as defined 
in subsection (c) ). 

"(b) Life Insubance Reserves Defined. — 

"(1) In general. — For purposes of this part, the term 'life 
insurance reserves' means amounts — 

"(A) which are computed or estimated on the basis of 
recognized mortality or morbidity tables and assumed rates of 
interest, and 

"(B) which are set aside to mature or liquidate, either by 
payment or reinsurance, future unaccrued claims arising from 
life insurance, annuity, and noncancellable health and accident 
insurance contracts (including life insurance or annuity con- 
tracts combined with noncancellable health and accident insur- 
ance) involving, at the time with respect to which the reserve 
is computed, life, health, or accident contingencies. 



"(2) Reserves must be required by law. — Except — 

"(A) in the case of policies covering life, health, and acci- 
dent insurance combined in one policy issued on the weekly 
premium payment plan, continuing for life and not subject to 
cancellation, and 

"(B) as provided in paragraph (3), 
in addition to the requirements set forth in paragraph (1), life 
insurance reserves must be required by law. 

"(3) Assessment companies. — In the case of an assess- 
ment life insurance company or association, the term 'life insur- 
ance reserves' includes — 

"(A) sums actually deposited by such company or associa- 
tion with State or Territorial officers pursuant to law as guar- 
anty or reserve funds, and 

"(B) any funds maintained, under the charter or articles 
of incorporation or association (or bylaws approved by a State 
insurance commissioner) of such company or association, exclu- 
sively for the payment of claims arising under certificates of 
membership or policies issued on the assessment plan and not 
subject to any other use. 

"(4) Amount of reseb\'E. — For purposes of this subsection, 
subsection (a), and subsection (c), the amount of any reserve 
(or portion thereof) for any taxable year shall be the mean of 
such reserve (or portion thereof) at the lieginning and end of 
the taxable year. 

"(c) Total Reserves Defined. — For purposes of subsection 
(a), the term 'total reserves' means — 



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"(1) life insurance reserves, 

"(2) unearned premiums and unpaid losses not included in 
life Insurance reserves, and 

"(3) all other insurance reserves required by law. 
"(d) Adjustments in Rebebves fob Policy Loans. — For pur- 
poses only of determining under subsection (a) whether or not 
an insurance company is a life insurance company, the life in- 
surance reserves, and the total reserves, shall each be reduced 
by an amount equal to the mean of th» aggregates, at the begia- 
ning and end of the taxable year, of the policy loans outstanding 
with respect to contracts for which life insurance reserves are 
maintained. 

"(e) BuRiAi, AND Funeral Benefit Insurance Companies. — 
A burial or funeral benefit Insurance company engaged directly 
in the manufacture of funeral supplies or the performance of 
funeral services shall not be taxable under this part but shaU be 
taxable under section 821 or section 831. 
"SEC. 802. TAX IMPOSED FOR 1955. 

"(a) Tax Imposed. — A tax is hereby imposed for each taxable 
year beginning in 1955 on the income of every life insurance 
company. Except as provided in subsection (c), suck tax shall 
consist of a normal tax (computed under section 11 (b)) and 
a surtax (coinputed under section 11 (c) ) on the sum of — 

"(1) the life insurance taxable income (as defined in sub- 
section (b) ), plus 

"(2) the non-life insurance taxable income (as defined in 
subsection (f ) ). 

"(b) Life Insurance Taxable Income Defined. — For pur- 
poses of this subpart, the term 'life insurance taxable income' 
means the net investment income (as defined in section 803 (c) ), 
minus the sum of — 

"(1) the net investment income allocable to non-life insur- 
ance reserves (determined under section 804 (d) ), 

"(2) the reserve and other policy liability deduction (deter- 
mined under section 804), and 

"(3) the special interest deduction, if any, allowed by sec- 
tion 805. 

"(c) Altebkative Tax in the Case or Companies Having 
Non-Life Insueance Reserves. — 

" (1) In General. — In the case of a life Insurance company 
which has non-life insurance reserves, the tax Imposed by 
subsection (a) of this section for any taxable year beginning in 
1955 shall be the tax computed under such subsection (or under 
.section 1201 (a) if applicable) or the tax computed under 
paragraph (2) of this subsection, whichever is the greater. 

"(2) Alternate i percent tax oi? non-life insitrance 
BUSINESS. — The tax referred to in paragraph (1) is a tax equal 
to the sum of the following : 

"(A) A partial tax consisting of a normal tax (computed 
under section 11 (b) ) and a surtax (computed under section 11 
(c) ) on the life insurance taxable income. 
"(B) A partial tax consisting of — 

" (i) 1 percent of the amount which bears the same ratio to 
the gross investment income (reduced by the deduction for 
wholly-exempt interest allowed by section 803 (c) (1)) as the 
non-life insurance reserves bear to the qualified reserves (deter- 
mined under section 804 (c) ), plus 

" (ii) 1 percent of the excess of the amount by which the net 
premiums on contracts meeting the requirements of section 804 
(d) (2) (A) exceed the dividends to policyholders on such con- 
tracts. For purposes of this clause, net premiums, and divi- 
dends to policyholders, shall be computed in the manner 
provided in section 823. 

"(d) Deductions for Partially Tax-Exempt Lntehebt. — 
"(1) Computations UNDER subsection (a). — For purposes 
of computing the normal tax under subsection (a), there shall 
be allowed as a deduction an amount which bears the same ratio 
to the amount of the deduction provided by section 242 for par- 
tially tax-exempt interest as (A) the sum of the life insurance 
taxable income and the net investment income allocable to non- 
life insurance re.serves bears to (B) the net investment income. 

"(2) Computations under subsection (c) (2) (A). — In 
computing the normal tax for purposes of sub-section (c) (2) 
(A), there shall be allowed as a deduction an amount which 
bears the same ratio to the amount of the deduction provided by 
section 242 for partially tax-exempt interest as (A) the life 
insurance taxable income bears to (B) the net investment 
income. 

"(e) Alternative Tax on Capital <Jaihs, — In the case of a 
life Insurance company which has non-life insurance reserves, 
the term 'excess' used in section 1201 (a) (relating to alterna- 
tive tax on capital gains of corporations) means, for purposes 
of section 1201 (a), an amount which bears the same ratio to 
the excess described in such section as the non-life insurance 
reserves (determined under section 804 (d) ) bear to the quali- 



fied reserves (determined under section 804 (c) ). For purposes 
of any such computation, a net capital loss for any taxable year 
beginning before January 1, 1955, shall not be taken into account. 
"(f) Non-Life Insurance Taxable Lncome Defined. — For 
purposes of this subpart, the term 'non-life insurance taxable 
income' means the net investment income allocable to non-life 
insurance reserves (determined under section 804 (d) ) — 

" ( 1 ) increased by an amount which bears the same ratio to 
the net capital gain as the non-life insurance reserves bear to 
tlie qualified reserves ; and 

"(2) decreased by an amount which bears the same ratio to 
the total of the deductions provided in sections 243, 244, and 245 
as the non-life insurance reserves bear to the qualified reserves. 

In computing a net capital gain for purposes of paragraph (1) 
of this subsection, a net capital loss for any taxable year 
beginning before January 1, 1955, shall not be taken into account. 
"SEC. 803. INCOME AND DEDUCTIONS. 

"(a) Application of Section. — The definitions and rules 
contained in this section shall apply only in the case of life 
insurance companies. 

"(b) Gross Investment Income. — For puriwses of this part, 
the term 'gross investment income' means the sum of the follow- 
ing: 

"(1) The gross amount of income received or accrued 
from — 

"(A) interest, dividf .Js, rents, and royalties, 

"(B) the entering into of any lease, mortgage, or other 
Instrument or agreement from which the life insurance company 
derives interest, rents, or royalties, and 

"(C) the alteration or termination of any instrument or 
agreement described in subparagraph (B). 

"(2) The gross Income from any trade or business (other 
than an insurance business) carried on by the life insurance 
company, or by a partnership of which the life Insurance com- 
pany is a partner. In computing gross Income under this para- 
graph, there shall be excluded any item described in para- 
graph (1). 

In computing gross investment income under this subsection, 
there shall l)e excluded any gain from the sale