Proposals Relating to Foundations, High Technology, and Depreciation: Joint Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Savings, Pensions, and Investment Policy and the Subcommittee on Taxation and Debt Management of the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session, on S. 1857 and S. 2165, February 24, 1984
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance. Subcommittee on Savings, Pensions, and Investment Policy
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984 - 555 pages
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Page 38 - Provides an educational program for which it awards a bachelor's or higher degree, or provides a program which Is acceptable for full credit toward such a degree, or offers a program of training to prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation; and D.
Page 26 - The term includes generally all such costs incident to the development of an experimental or pilot model, a plant process, a product, a formula, an invention, or similar property, and the improvement of already existing property of the type mentioned.
Page 333 - institution of higher education" means" an educational institution in any State which (1) admits as regular students only persons having a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary education, or the recognized equivalent of such a certificate, (2) is legally authorized within such State to provide a program of education beyond secondary education...
Page 36 - basic research" means any original investigation for the advancement of scientific knowledge not having a specific commercial objective, except that such term shall not include — (A) basic research conducted outside the United States, and (B) basic research in the social sciences or humanities.
Page 38 - institution of higher education" means an educational institution in any State which— (1) admits as regular students only individuals having a certificate of graduation from a high school, or the recognized equivalent of such a certificate; (2) is legally authorized within such State to provide a program of education beyond high school...
Page 38 - school bus' means any automobile bus substantially all the use of which is in transporting students and employees of schools. For purposes of the preceding sentence, the term 'school' means an educational organization which normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normally has a regularly enrolled body of pupils or students in attendance at the place where its educational activities are carried on.
Page 41 - ... (ii) the property is not transferred by the donee in exchange for money, other property, or services; (iii) the taxpayer receives from the donee a written statement representing that its use and disposition of the property will be in accordance with the provisions of...
Page 333 - State to provide a program of education beyond high school; (3) provides an educational program for it which awards a bachelor's or higher degree, or provides a program which is acceptable for full credit toward such a degree...
Page 166 - ... Private philanthropic organizations can possess important characteristics which modern government necessarily lacks. They may be many-centered, free of administrative superstructure, subject to the readily exercised control of individuals with widely diversified views and interests. Such characteristics give these organizations great opportunity to initiate thought and action, to experiment with new and untried ventures, to dissent from prevailing attitudes, and to act quickly and flexibly. Precisely...