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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
imre Y &)Own Income Tax- - 1 4,,'Ayedneiday ficle Shows How It Is Done August 18, 1943 gillfielder Who Feels Uneasy About His This Week's Hill Field Can Follow Or Her Tax Deduction Computing Explained Here Without Math .r . Vf,, ana -Field have not a tax deduction for m.. t Mill tne C t? v,ise Girl Pin-U- p ww. Examples: 1. Single person; no dependents; empioyes 4do noi fe! a doubt income $1800. there "v . .. j. Tax gross: . Minns wnetner or noi tw fisr haa been minus correctly These worries T1 ""V-f!rt- 5 J Tax basis: $90 leaves taxable-$64- . $91.25 tax-fre- e; $26 unnecessary; Tax: 20 per cent of $64 equals and every- - $12.80. 2. Married person, claiming all a position to make those 'y", ", Emulations himself personal exemptions; no depend e!ln TXtion of the withhold- - ents; income $1140. xax. gross: $3. Tax basis $70 C Practiced at Hill Field, ix-ireaZ. (2 times 2Q.) ....-Ct!- !: """" on tne soi- leaves taxable: $18. as a means that, This Tax: 20 per cent of M do not pay a straight $3.60. taxable income, of Ccent your S. Married person, claiming hair the amount, L.nnroximately of the personal exemntinna th less. Cetimes more sometimes in- - uoiicuuvou; income $2600. u Vmva- n cross n tnose iw Tax gross: $131.79. Tv KoC!. . (regular salary plusover- - $130 minus $65 ($26 60 dollars and ,80 between 3 times $13) leaves taxable; srsplus w me on bw f tes. Tax: 20 per cent of $65 equals and Kafnraan CSV) une. incomes simDle. , e: r ooi, tax-fre- e: $13 d. 4. Head of a family: thm straight $90; incomes income $3600. penaenis; on basis the and $120 $V Wen Tax gross: $131.79. Tav hnsia etc. illO, fiso minus $78 ($26 "t The ross salary of an employe $26 for the first dependent plus plus Wits of: tunes leaves taxable: $52. Crhe 24th part of his yearly Tax: 20 per cent of $52 eauals (SLmSes: Yearly salary: $140; $10.40. However, everybody has to nav base pay: ou. oase at least three Der cent viotorv 11800: tax of all earnings 175. Yearly salary: $2600; exceeding $26. If my income is monthly base pay: $108.33. is 21.6 $1440 yearly, my tax cross, thus. h The overtime which the tax basis $70, the least I Wcent of the base pay; however, $73, have to pay under all circummust be at least ?iz.so, due not stances is three per cent of $70 W than . .26.17 a pay period. or $44, which is $1.32. There 5Z6 oase Kxamples: lore, the married person of ex . V: $60; overtime: $13. ample 2 will have to nay at least oase pay: io; $1.32 taxes a pay period, even if Wrtime: $16.25. becomes the happy father of base pay: $108.33; he one cnild, or of twins or of quinLertime: $23.46. but in the latter case he tuplets; All those for whom the calcula would not have to worry about te! of 21.6 per cent means an Wsion into higher mathematics taxes anymore, m obtain satisfactory approxi- figures, if they compute the me on the basis of 20 per it of the base pay (just divide base pay by five and you get e. The tax gross is then seml- Third Vmthly base pay plus overtime. Examples: Yearly salary: $1440; Conference Will tax gross: $60 plus Counted to tax-fre- e: itny semi-montn- iy semi-month- ly semi-montn- iy ly ly Maintenance Heads Meet Here Today !) Bi-Mont- equals $73. Yearly salary: 13 tax semi-Kmth- ly $1800; gross: plus $16.25 als $91.25. semi- Yearly $2600; salary: mthly tax gross: $108.33 plus .46 equals $131.79. I The exemptions. Every single person is entitled a income of $624, or a pay period. Husband and 'e have an exemption of $624 tnus $1248. One of them claim all the or exemptions, can claim half the exemp- s each. The of a family head 11 li.it .J.: j me rate ueiuieu 01 term last week) ismeaning privileged m a inxnmo nf t124ft w nimseir and his first depend This is all we have to Irnnw to " a position to compute our $75 tax-fr- re m tax-fr- Contest to September s lose Judges for rence 1 ... of wi Z.a"ds Buccessiui . Mtio. e made by dramatisU, l . cioseiy ainea Suni . road inte"ts of the vu"-uu- ffi wm tKhisncountor. Wkf- ..be Roaamond - nf fri KTl lilacs"" Pndsay th Gowen Field, Boise, Gregory A. Mitchell Lowry Field. Denver, 59th Colo. Captain Robert W. Ray, Clarence R. Lower. Rapid 90th Army Air Field, w. captain City, South Dakota 14th Sub-Den- Idaho Captain Rohart C. Vireil. wmmmmmmmW llli.iwisWiJfinsMsTWWnpwJW?8CT worker at Message Center. She CHOICE MORSEL . . . This luscious lovely Is Kathlyn Pry, is a sight for sore eyes as she prances about the field delivering messages. There was one message she wouldn't give us for publication her phone number, which is probably a wise thing, for phone line these days anyway. She is also an entrant in the Hill Field picnic beauty contest on are over-burden- ed August 28. Sub-Den- Atlkan. nQih On the Gilder, i KhHW. AAF Technical School, First Lieu Sioux Falls, South Dakota. tenant H. E. Smith, Gordon K. Aiamney, Wend' Wendover Field, Hnh.rwnot. ?i7fh Cantain Clark E. Pardee, Utah WO JO William G. Wells, StafI Sergeant Civilian By Byrd Trego Hill Field K.P.'s who have long wondered whether any part of the Army Air diujc, a. xeivci, weryi Captain food refuse is actually fed to hogs and other animals, as claimed, or Base, Air Casper, 348 Army whether the meticulous sorting of waste into various cans was just Captain Edward Murdoch, Lee D. Wyo. an additional insult to vanity can now have their answer. Stamper. tioih ah.rwnnt Armv A r Base,C. Poca There is at Hill Field a ParCaptain Raymond tello, Idaho as Utilities Salvaging yara Salvaging yard. Here, at the foot known Mauieu P. Leonard rett, icn.i. a..K.rwnnt Armv Air Base, COI which, among other things, sees of a bluff east of the field, is an First Lieutenant orado Springs, Colo. to it that the correct waste is conarea which is jam-packFrank Rastler, Vernon R. Beeler. to places where it is mixed open AAF Advanced Fly'" t, 354th veyed sorts of used materials fed all with nr H. Osborn with chopped grain and then School, La Junta, Colo. Ward ant Bernard t-W. Bryant, mysassembled and stored ends that are which that And t Armv Air Base, Pueblo, to hogs. Curtis Colo. until a need arises. Captain Delmar O. Lee. tery. Cr5X5?L 0.. Much of the stock consists of But it doesn't end the story of Armv Air Base. Moun First Lieutenant James the operations going on at Utilities lumber and timbers suitable for tain Homridihc- S. Stone. construction work. There are also unitf - ed -. - . last World War piles of scrap lumber, crates and boxes. People desiring to take the time They Satisfy Too to sort and dismantle are permitted to do so, paying a nominal price ner truck load or trailer load. The lumber consists chiefly of odds and ends, slender strips of all sizes and different lengths, larger timbers broken or slivered or defective and ends of boards and and producer n25ric ,n father" and "Arsenic Vod ' Rosenf,eld others rny The I (WL PKalof . 18 ' . . offering a ii'.c"ce. 7eachl7?' - pnze 'of winners "e stition- - et u skiV. ""'cal Cftn, Hti..?in'.est "y. one-a- ct D,ock-out- s, manuserlnta lie plays, and ha c5nfral office fey Vifl additional 30 davs .7. ai owcd . if they sent are uipuriiA. or operation over :,' scantlinKS. r?ur classes of corn 1" f m J11 Cal to e w"gnt contest, Na- - Pil,""8"'018 ?.llTFnt. West- - yerauy, Cleveland, wfiRV H Lql 1) ha . . . Purchasing and Contracting was the above picture pSnch board tWMi, then Jones, ... "0 ld c I : Civilian K.P. Mystery of What Happens OASC Leaders to Be Here To Waste Foods Now Explained personnel officers from Sub-Dep- I.KWlD W Ureen Grows the Lavery, Howard v "Lf. row. Today's discussions will revolve around the problems pertaining to maintenance activities. The second day will be devoted to a tour of the maintenance division and shops of this depot. The following sub depot officers will attend: Sub-Dep- 1 Vtnis n X V Maintenance division holds its conference of sub third depot engineering officers and shop superintendents today and tomor Sub-Dep- th. women in . rt Deal With Problems 347th City, Iowa playwright contest for the armed u. 8. Leathern, 'iuncea recently oy executive sec-the National Theatre Cence, Western Reserve uni. w hly rfUries. J. a !nnU mt fninA ppe 0 a On the left is Bsye d Lonnle limburg, both Garbage from field kitchens and cafeterias is dumped into vats and funneled into trucks that bring it to where it is mixed with other edibles and fed to hogs. Oil cans and barrels are cleaned, dents are taken out and they are stacked for use again. Waste oil is stored, settled, drained off and used again in such machinery as it is suited for. When worn out it is used for filming ponds and swamps to kill mosquitoes. central offices having jurisdiction over Army Air Forces civilian employes have been invited to) conference at attend a two-da- y OASC August 23 and 24. This meeting will be held in conjunction with the expected visit of Mr. Walter J. Curtice, secret tary of the War Department AAS! deferment committee number eighty who 'Will assist officials here in the immediate preparation of new replacement tables for all Army, Air Forces personnel within tho geographical boundaries of OASC In addition, related personnel problems such as statistical con trol, civil service classifications, and budget and fiscal estimate and control will be discussed. Plans are being formulated to conduct the visitors through the machine services branch of the control section, and to entertain them at a dinner at which tha "Meet the Gang" show will be pre sented. Col. John S. MacTaggart will give the opening address at the . conference. Call for Mrs. Helen Layna, who is employed in Purchasing and Contracting. She left ' last Thursday for Claybourne, La., W response to an urgent telegram from her husband, Cpl. Newell Layne, with the armed force at , that place.