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Net Income of Corporations Reporting Net Income for United States

1940: 9,106 Millions of Dollars  
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted, A09008USA144NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-17 3:01 PM CDT
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1909 Figure Is Always Given As 3590, Except In The 1931 And 1932 Reports Which Print 3500, Evidently A Misprint. The Period 1909-1915 Includes, To A Limited Extent, Additions Made By Audit And Delinquent Returns Filed. The Amounts Refer To Net Income Reported For Income Tax Purposed, 1909-1935, And To Net Income Reported For Declared Value Excess-Profits Tax Purposes, 1936-1940, With The Following Exceptions: 1909-1912: Classification Corresponds To Returns With And Without Tax Liability; For The First Two Months In 1913: Net Income Is That For Excise Tax Purposes; 1920-1932: Net Income Is That For The Current Year (Before Deducting Net Loss For Prior Year); Prior To 1927 Returns Of Inactive Corporations Were Included In Returns With No Net Income. (Statistics Of Income For 1940, Part 2 (1944), P.305). 1938 Data Reflect A Deficit. Source: Statistics Of Income 1932, P. 47 (1909-1932), And Statistics Of Income 1940, Part 2, P.282 For 1909-1935 Data; Computations By NBER From Data In Statistics Of Income For 1940, Part 2 (1944), P.305 For 1936-1940 Data.

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NBER Indicator: a09008

Source: National Bureau of Economic Research

Release: NBER Macrohistory Database

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