There have been comparatively few decisions of the United States Supreme Court involving questions of the jurisdiction of a state to impose income taxes, so that each case that has been reported has called for an adjustment of the earlier statements of the law in that field. Such a case was recently decided. It is the purpose of this comment to consider the earlier cases in the light of that decision, and to determine what proportion of the income of a resident, and of a non-resident, a state may tax.
Jack L. White,
TAXATION - JURISDICTION OF A STATE TO TAX PERSONAL INCOMES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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