Revenue Act

Revenue Act

A number of tax-related laws enacted by the United States Congress have been called the Revenue Act:
* Revenue Act of 1766
* Revenue Act of 1861
* Revenue Act of 1862
* Revenue Act of 1894
* Revenue Act of 1913
* Revenue Act of 1916
* Revenue Act of 1991
* Revenue Act of 1921
* Revenue Act of 1924
* Revenue Act of 1926
* Revenue Act of 1928
* Revenue Act of 1932
* Revenue Act of 1935
* Revenue Act of 1940
* Revenue Act of 1941
* Revenue Act of 1942
* Revenue Act of 1943
* Revenue Act of 1945
* Revenue Act of 1948
* Revenue Act of 1950
* Revenue Act of 1951
* Revenue Act of 1962
* Revenue Act of 1964
* Revenue Act of 1978

*The Revenue Act of 1766 was a law passed by Great Britain to enforce the provisions of the 1733 Sugar and Molasses Act

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