The mere fact that a payment is described as an annuity or annual payment does not necessarily conclude the matter1, for to attract tax it must be established that the payment is an income2 as opposed to a capital payment3. The distinction between an income and a capital payment, which has often arisen where a price on sale has taken the form of payments spread over a period, is a fine one
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