Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant there were briefs and oral argument by George E. Frederick of Milwaukee.
For the respondent the cause was argued by E. Weston Wood, assistant attorney general, with whom on the brief was Bronson C. La Follette, attorney general.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
As to case No. 161, the sole issue presented on this appeal is whether the tax department is entitled to the presumption of correctness of the assessment of additional taxes in 1956.
Sec. 71.11 (1), Stats., gives the department the power to assess incomes and also the power to estimate incomes. Sec. 71.11 (4) provides that when a taxpayer makes a return that does not disclose his entire taxable income, the department has the power to assess his...
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