ACCT-553 Federal Taxes and Management Entire Course

ACCT-553 Federal Taxes and Management Entire Course

ACCT-553 Federal Taxes and Management Entire Course
ACCT 553 Week 1 Homework

• 3-31. Tom and Linda are married taxpayers who file a joint return. They have itemized deductions of $12,250 and four exemptions. Assuming an adjusted gross income of $40,000, what is their taxable income for 2012?
• 3-32. Compute Marie’s taxable income for 2012, assuming she is single and claims two dependent children. Her adjusted gross income is $70,000, and she has itemized deductions of $9,000.
• 3-36. Compute Stanley’s taxable income for 2012, assuming he has $1,000 in wages from working in a grocery store and $2,000 in interest income from some bonds he owns. Stanley, age 16, is claimed as a dependent on his parents’ return.
• 13-55. Mr. Z, a non-dealer, sold assets on an installment plan. Determine Mr. Z’s gross income for 2012. Relevant data include:
• 13-69. Comprehensive Problem. Bill is a cash-basis, calendar-year taxpayer. Which of the following December items result in gross income or deductions for the current year?

ACCT 553 Week 2 Homework

• 4/25 Billy Dent, as the owner of an apartment building, receives and makes the following payments during 2012:………….
• 4/32 Arnold and Barbara Cane were divorced in June 2012. Pursuant to the divorce decree, Arnold is obliged to perform as follows:………….
• 5/26 Fluent, an investor in stocks and bonds, wanted to increase his portfolio but wanted to minimize his tax liability on the income from the bonds. He is presented with the following alternative investments: U.S. Series EE bonds, bonds for industrial development for mass transit, and qualified veterans’ mortgage bonds. Which should he choose for his investment? Why?…………….
• 6/29 Which of the following trade or business expenditures of Ajax Inc. are deductible on its current year tax return? If an expenditure is not deductible, explain why it is not a valid...

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