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OBERG, Olof David August (1893 - 1975), Deputy Chairman, Commonwealth Immigration Advisory Council, since 1945; President, Area Council Boy Scouts’ Association of New South Wales; Chairman: Timber Mutual Assurance Ltd; Timber Trade Mutual Assurance Ltd; Timber Tallying Association Ltd; Lumber Operators Pty Ltd

ROGERS, Frederick (1846 - 1915), Vice-Chairman Conciliation Board, London Chamber of Commerce; Member of Vellum Binders’ Trade Society; Vice-President of Elizabethan Society for 30 years; Member of Trades Union 45 years; Member of Stationers’ Mutual Benefit Society from 1870; Civil List pensioner (£50)

 

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The situation in which the income of a company arises solely from contributions by its members, the members being the owners of the company. The same provisions apply where the entity is an association and not a company. Historically, many insurance companies were created as mutuals, as were the building societies. The ‘profits’ of mutual trading are not subject to UK corporation tax as they are not, strictly speaking, profit but are more correctly regarded as a surplus of contributions.

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