Reference numberNLB/37/99
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p61
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to The Surveyor of Taxes, Room 27, 48 Dover Street, W
Date27 January 1908
DescriptionHarrison has received a demand upon his tax, in accordance with the memorandum sent two months ago, the reduced rate of tax has not been allowed on the grounds that the application was sent in late (1 October instead of 30 September). Harrison finds that the other members of staff [at the Royal Society] have received a demand for income tax calculated upon the "earned income" rate of 9d in the pound, and that not one of these gentlemen made any application for such reduction. Harrison wants to know on what grounds a distinction has been made on their incomes and his.Harrison is called by the Council [of the Royal Society] to seek an explanation.
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