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ACC 568 MART course provides students with the opportunity to integrate and apply their learning from the course.

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## ACC 568 MART Education Terms/acc568mart.com

ACC 568 MART Education Terms/acc568mart.com

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ACC 568 Final Exam Guide Part 1

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ACC 568 Final Exam Guide Part 1

Question 1

Which of the following is not an assumption of the linear breakeven model:

Question 2

George Webb Restaurant collects on the average \$5 per customer at its breakfast & lunch diner. Its variable cost per customer averages \$3, and its annual fixed cost is \$40,000. If George Webb wants to make a profit of \$20,000 per year at the diner, it will have to serve__________ customers per year.

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ACC 568 Week 2 Assignment 1 client Letter (Foreign Source Income Rules)

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Assignment 1: Client Letter

You are a CPA professional and are assisting a new client who is expanding a business that operates in the United States to having a global presence with operations in foreign countries. The new client is concerned about how he can mitigate the U.S. tax impact from revenue sourced in foreign countries. The client was advised by a friend that claims he did not have to pay any U.S. tax on income received from outside the U.S.

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ACC 568 Week 4 Assignment 2 Foreign Persons Trade / Business and U.S.-Sourced Income

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ACC 568 Week 4 Assignment 2

Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" in the Student Center.

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ACC 568 Week 6 Assignment 3 International Taxation and Foreign Tax Credits

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Assignment 3: International Taxation and Foreign Tax Credits

Due Week 6 and worth 280 points

Assume you are a CPA working as a tax professional and are hired by a client who is a U.S.-based taxpayer and is interested in expanding the business into foreign markets.

Using the Internet or Strayer databases, conduct research on the various tax impacts for U.S. companies that expand abroad.

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ACC 568 Week 8 Assignment 4 Transfer Pricing

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Assignment 4: Transfer Pricing

Due Week 8 and worth 320 points

Transfer pricing is probably one of the biggest tax issues facing taxing authorities. Transfer pricing involves allocating revenues and costs between countries in order to create the best possible tax situation for a multinational company. For this assignment, you will be required to respond to the following scenario:

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ACC 568 Week 10 Assignment 5 Audit Letter to IRS

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Assignment 5: Audit Letter to IRS

Due Week 10 and worth 160 points

You are a CPA working as a tax professional and have been hired by a client who comes to you with a letter from the IRS indicating that it is auditing several items on the client’s tax return and making the following assertions: