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Asked in World War 2, WW2 Homefront
Was being married enough for exemption from draft in world war 2?
Marriage played nearly no part in determining who received an draft exemption. See Related questions for more information. ...
Asked in Vietnam War
Why was the military draft controversial in both the Union and the Confederacy?
It was considered unconstitutional, and it was possible to buy a substitute or exemption. It was possible to buy a substitute or exemption. ...
Asked in US Civil War
How could a southerner avoid the draft in the civil war?
The southerners give up 20 slaves for exemption, like the northerners gives up $300 for exemption ...
Asked in Vietnam War
What were some of the ways that young Americans avoided military service Vietnam?
Physical exemption - 4F, new parent, only son, etc. College exemption Draft dodging - fleeing to another country, living under a false identity. Protest - draft card burning, etc. ...
Asked in World War 2
Was education an exemption for draft in world war 2?
sence i dont know exemption is.... education was not need for drafting the us took everyone albe to fight in that world almost like world war one ...
How did the wealthy avoid the draft during the civil war?
In the South, many landowners could receive exemption, and those who were part of a vital industry. Otherwise a substitute could be hired to take the place of the draftee. In the North, there was a flat fee of $300 for a single draft exemption, or someone could be hired for various amounts, in some cases as high as $1000. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Grammar
Exemption clauses and the nature of exemption clauses?
Exemption clauses are the problem, it is not the nature
What does the term 'exemption' mean regarding the calculation of income tax?
An exemption is anything not subject to taxation.
Asked in World War 2, Vietnam War, Iraq War
How much could exemption from the Northern drafts be purchased for?
Northern draft dodgers paid more than Southern draft dodgers, normally beginning at about $100 per man, Southerners were poorer and usually started at half that. As the war progressed, bounties stabilized at around $300 per man in the North. There was no limit on the number of bounties that could be paid on behalf of a draft dodger. ...
Asked in Liens, Deeds and Ownership, Illinois, Real Estate
What is Illinois annual homestead exemption?
An Illinois annual Homestead exemption is an exemption available to homeowners in Illinois. The exemption is taken off the equalized assessed value of the property. Example: Assessed Value times the Multiplier (equalization factor) determines the Equalized Value. The Equalized value minus the Exemptions determines taxable value. There are several homestead exemptions available in Illinois. 1) Homestead Exemption 2) Senior Citizens Exemption 3) Senior Citizens Assessment Freeze Exemption 4) Homestead Improvement Exemption 5) Senior Citizens Tax Deferral 6)Destruction of Improvement Exemption 7) Religious, Chartable or...
Asked in Vietnam War, Muhammad Ali
What did Muhammad Ali do to go against the Vietnam war?
To go against the Vietname War, Muhammad Ali and applied for Conscientious Objector exemption status from the draft, claiming status as a religious minister. ...
How much is the exemption for a new baby on your income tax refund?
For a qualifying child dependency exemption the amount is 3650 for each exemption for the year 2009 ...
Asked in Vietnam War
How were people selected for the draft of Vietnam?
There was a lottery system used to randomly pick a day of the year, and 18 year old men born on that day could then be chosen for the draft. There were also various exemptions that applied, for example, people in poor health would get a medical exemption. The local draft boards were given a certain number of people to draft, to meet the needs of the military, so it wasn't a matter of drafting every single man born on the...
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Property Law
What is the homestead exemption in Washington State?
The purpose of a homestead exemption is to protect the equity someone has in their home should they face bankruptcy. In the state of Washington, the exemption is up to $125,000. ...
Asked in Liens
What states have a homestead exemption for property liens?
You can find state by state homestead exemption information at the related link. You can find state by state homestead exemption information at the related link. You can find state by state homestead exemption information at the related link. You can find state by state homestead exemption information at the related link. ...
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation
Difference between complex trust with 100 exemption and 300 exemption?
There is one main difference between exemptions in a trust. According to the IRS, a 100 exemption on a trust is a simple and personal trust, a 300 exemption is a complex trust, usually for a charitable organization. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
What is a sentence for the word exemption?
Exemption means something is not held accountable for a situation. Here are some sentences. I was granted an exemption for my taxes because I have no job. That is the only exemption to this rule. Flying without wings would be an exemption to the law of gravity. A Tax exemption allows a certain amount of income or other value to be legally excluded to avoid or reduce taxation. An exemption such as a Tax exemption allows a certain amount of income or other value to...
How does tax exemption for synagogues work?
Synagogues qualify for the tax exemption applicable to religious organizations. A tax professional should be able to advise on the necessary paperwork needed to claim the exemption. ...