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acct 3101 week 5 quiz latest brooklyn

ACCT 3101 WEEK 5 QUIZ LATEST-BROOKLYN

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ACCT 3101 Week 5 Quiz Latest-Brooklyn

ACCT3101

ACCT 3101 Week 5 Quiz Latest-Brooklyn

ACCT3101 Income Taxation

Question 1. Indifferent between investing in a city of El Paso bond that pays 3.4% interest and a

corporate bond that pays 5.1% interest. What is Javier’s marginal tax rate?

53.33%

33.33%

43.33%

100%

None of the choices are correct.

Question 2. LeBron received $50,000 of compensation from his employer and he received $400 of

interest from a municipal bond. What is the amount of Lebron’s gross income from these items?

$0.

$50,400.

$50,000.

$400.

question 3 madison s gross tax liability

Question 3.Madison’s gross tax liability is $10,950. Madison had $5,160 of tax credits available and she

had $10,050 of taxes withheld by her employer. What is Madison’s taxes due (or taxes refunded) with her

tax return?

$0 taxes due and $0 tax refund.

$5,790 taxes due.

$900 taxes due.

$4,260 tax refund.

Question 4. If Tom invests $80,000 in a taxable corporate bond that provides a 7 percent before-tax

return, how much will Tom’s investment be worth in either 8 or 20 years from now when the bond

matures? Assume Tom’s marginal tax rate is 35 percent.

$137,455; $309,575.

$116,330; $202,758.

$114,204; $194,792.

$129,491; $259,456.

None of the choices are correct.

Question 5. The Statements on Standards for Tax Services (SSTS) and Code of Professional Conduct

provide professional standards for tax professionals and were issued by which of the following

organizations?

AICPA

U.S. Treasury

Congress

IRS

Question 6. married but files separately, earns $170,000 of taxable income. He also has $14,750 in city

of Tulsa bonds. His wife, Theresa, earns $49,500 of taxable income.

If Leonardo instead had $55,500 of additional tax deductions for year 2016, his marginal tax rate on the

deductions would be: (Tax rate schedules)

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32.89%

32.45%

35.45%

None of the choices are correct.

24.15%

Question 7. Which of the following statements regarding tax deductions is false?

Taxpayers are not entitled to any deductions unless specific provisions in the tax code allow the

deductions.

The standard deduction is a from AGI deduction.

Deductions can be labeled as deductions above the line or deductions below the line.

From AGI deductions tend to be associated with business activities while for AGI deductions tend to be

associated with personal activities.

Question 8. Following is not considered a primary authority?

Supreme Court case

Tax Law Review article

Regulation

Internal Revenue Code

None of the choices are correct.

Question 9. Purchased an annuity that provides $13,600 quarterly payments for the next 11 years. The

annuity was purchased at a cost of $365,200. How much of the first quarterly payment will Fran include in

her gross income?

$35,673

$13,600

$8,300

5 300

$5,300

None of the choices are correct.

Question 10. Maren received 10 NQOs (each option gives her the right to purchase 12 shares of stock

for $9 per share) at the time she started working the stock price was $6 per share. When the share price

was $14 per share, she exercised all of her options. Eighteen months later she sold all of the shares for

$20 per share. What is the amount of Maren’s bargain element?

$960.

$0.

$1,680.

None of the choices are correct.

$600.

Question 11. Bernie is a former executive who is retired. This year Bernie received $254,000 in pension

payments and $14,000 of social security payments. What amount must Bernie include in his gross

income?

Zero

$261,000

$265,900

$268,000

$254,000

Question 12. Manny, a single taxpayer, earns $82,500 per year in taxable income and an additional

$8,750 per year in city of Boston bonds.

If Manny earns an additional $12,500 in taxable income in year 2016, what is his marginal tax rate on this

income? (Tax rate schedules)

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None of the choices are correct.

25.92%.

25 13

25.13%.

28.13%.

22.3%.

Question 13. Which of the following has the highest authoritative weight?

Revenue Ruling

Regulation

Internal Revenue Code

Private Letter Ruling

Revenue Procedure

Question 14. Sally received $57,900 of compensation from her employer and she received $650 of

interest from a corporate bond. What is the amount of Sally’s gross income from these items?

$58,550.

$650.

$57,900.

$0.

Question 15.

Jack and Jill are married. This year Jack earned $79,500 and Jill earned $87,500 and they received

$5,500 of interest income from a joint savings account. How much gross income would Jack report if he

files married-separate from Jill?

None of the choices are correct.

$85,000 if they reside in a community property law state.

$86,250 if they reside in a community property law state.

$79,500 if they reside in a common law state.

$93,000 if they reside in a common law state.

question 16 taxpayer earns 79 500 per year

Question 16. Taxpayer, earns $79,500 per year in taxable income and an additional $13,250 per year in

city of Boston bonds.

What is Manny’s current marginal tax rate for year 2016? (Tax rate schedules)

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21.79%

21.93%

14.99%

17.82%

25.00%

Question 17. Marginal tax rate is 20%. If corporate bonds pay 6% interest, what interest rate would a

municipal bond have to offer for Bill to be indifferent between the two bonds?

None of the choices are correct

7.20%

20%

6%

5%

Question 18. Taxpayer, earns $135,000 in taxable income and $3,100 in interest from an investment in

city of Birmingham Bonds. Using the U.S. tax rate schedule for year 2016, how much federal tax will he

owe? (Tax rate schedules)

$35,043

None of the choices are correct.

$32,418

$30,836.75

$29,375.5

Question 19. Which of the following committees is not involved in enacting tax legislation?

senate finance committee

Senate Finance Committee

House Ways and Means Committee

House Tax Committee

Joint Conference Committee

Question 20. Leonardo, who is married but files separately, earns $70,000 of taxable income. He also

has $5,750 in city of Tulsa bonds. His wife, Theresa, earns $31,500 of taxable income.

If Leonardo earned an additional $33,500 of taxable income this year, what would be the marginal tax

rate on the extra income for year 2016? (Tax rate schedules)

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27.47%

24.47%

16.97%

None of the choices are correct.

27.22%

Question 21. Joanna received $68,400 compensation from her employer, the value of her stock in ABC

company appreciated by $8,600 during the year (but she did not sell any of the stock), she received

$44,400 of life insurance proceeds from the death of her husband. What is the amount of Joanna’s gross

income from these items?

$77,000.

$112,800.

$68,400.

$121,400.

References

Question 22. If Lucy earns a 6% after-tax rate of return, $19,000 received in four years is worth how

much today? Use Exhibit 3.1. (Round present and future value factor(s) to 3 decimal places.)

$15,048.

17 884

$17,884.

$19,000.

$20,649.

None of the choices are correct.

Question 23. Ben’s employer offers employees the following benefits. What amount must Ben include in

his gross income?

Benefit

Value

Health insurance coverage

$

5,460

Group term life insurance ($50,000)

4,355

Disability insurance coverage (considered purchased by Ben)

3,770

Whole life insurance coverage ($100,000)

7,340

$11,110

$9,230

$7,340

Zero – none of the above benefits is included in gross income

11695

Question 24. Assume that Shavonne’s marginal tax rate is 30% and her tax rate on dividends is 20%. If a

corporate bond pays 8.8% interest, what dividend yield would a dividend-paying stock (with no growth

potential have to offer for shavonne

potential) have to offer for Shavonne to be indifferent between the two investments from a cash-flow

perspective?

20%

8.7%

None of the choices are correct.

8.8%

7.7%

References

Multiple Choice Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-05 Apply the conversion strategy, provide

examples, and describe its limitations.

Check my work

Question 25. Jamison’s gross tax liability is $9,500. Jamison had $2,400 of available credits and he had

$6,150 of taxes withheld by his employer. What is Jamison’s taxes due (or taxes refunded) with his tax

return?

$7,100 taxes due.

$950 taxes due.

$3,350 taxes due.

$950 tax refund.

Question 26. If Nicolai earns an 10% after-tax rate of return, $14,000 today would be worth how much to

Nicolai in 5 years? Use Exhibit 3.1. (Round present and future value factor(s) to 5 decimal places.)

$14,000.

$8,701.

$12,728.

$22

547.

15 400

$15,400.

Question 27. Which of the following items is most commonly used to check the status of a court case?

Revenue ruling

Tax digest

Determination letter

Citator

Private letter ruling

Question 28.

Shaun is a student who has received an academic scholarship to State University. The scholarship paid

$14,100 for tuition, $2,550 for fees, and $1,125 for books. In addition, Shaun’s dormitory fees of $8,625

were paid by the University when he agreed to counsel freshman on campus living. What amount must

Shaun include in his gross income?

$2,550

Zero – none of the above benefits is included in gross income

$9,750

$8,625

$11,175

Question 29. Opal deducted $2,440 of state income taxes on her tax return last year. This year she

received a state income tax refund of $210. What amount of the refund, if any, should Opal include in her

gross income if last year her total itemized deductions exceeded the standard deduction by $370?

$370

$2,070

None of the choices are correct – refunds of state income taxes are not included in gross income.

$210

$160

references

References

Multiple Choice Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 05-01 Apply the concept of realization and

explain when taxpayers recognize gross income.

Question 30.

All of the following are for AGI deductions except:

Charitable contributions.

Business expenses for a self-employed taxpayer.

Moving expenses.

Rental and royalty expenses.

References

Multiple Choice Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 04-01 Describe the formula for calculating an

individual taxpayer’s taxes payable or refund and generally explain each formula component.

Check my work

Question 31.

Assume that Lucas’ marginal tax rate is 10% and his tax rate on dividends is 5%. If a dividend-paying

stock (with no growth potential) pays an 8.8% dividend yield, what interest rate would a municipal bond

have to offer for Lucas to be indifferent between the two investments from a cash-flow perspective?

8.36%

5%

None of the choices are correct.

8.8%

10%

References

Multiple Choice Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-05 Apply the conversion strategy, provide

examples, and describe its limitations.

question 32

Question 32.

Interest payments this year. What amount must Mike include in his gross income (for federal tax

purposes)?

Bond

Interest

General Motors

$

2,250

City of New York

1,700

State of New Jersey

2,000

U.S. Treasury

1,650

$3,900

$5,900

$3,650

$3,950

$4,250

Question 33.

Marc, a single taxpayer, earns $99,000 in taxable income and $3,100 in interest from an investment in

city of Birmingham Bonds. Using the U.S. tax rate schedule for year 2016, what is his current marginal tax

rate? (Tax rate schedules)

None of the choices are correct.

28.00%

25 00

25.00%

33.00%

15.00%

References

Multiple Choice Difficulty: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 01-03 Describe the different tax rate structures and

calculate a tax.

Check my work

Question 34.

The income tax base for an individual tax return is:

Adjusted gross income.

Gross income.

Adjusted gross income minus from AGI deductions.

Realized income from whatever source derive

Question 35.

If Julius has a 15% tax rate and a 9% after-tax rate of return, $44,500 of income in three years will cost

him how much tax in today’s dollars? Use Exhibit 3.1. (Round present and future value factor(s) to 3

decimal places.)

$5,153.

None of the choices are correct.

$34,354.

$6,675.

$44,500.

References

Multiple Choice Learning Objective: 03-02 apply the timing strategy and describe its applications and

limitations.

difficulty 2 medium learning objective

Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-03 Apply the concept of present value to tax planning.

Check my work

Question 36.

Geronimo files his tax return as a head of household for year 2016. If his taxable income is $253,500,

what is his average tax rate? (Tax rate schedules)

25.05%

27.10%

32.94%

None of the choices are correct.

26.18%

Question 37.

Compensation from his employer and he received $570 of interest from a municipal bond. What is the

amount of LeBron’s gross income from these items?

$570.

$52,500.

$53,070.

$0.

Question 38.

Which of the following is a type of common tax service used in tax research?

Annotated tax service

Antiquated tax service

Analytical tax service

Technical tax service

All of the choices are correct.

Question 39.

which of the following is a type of common

Which of the following is a type of common tax service used in tax research?

Annotated tax service

Antiquated tax service

Analytical tax service

Technical tax service

All of the choices are correct.

Question 40.

Leonardo earns $95,000 of taxable income. He also has $8,000 in city of Tulsa bonds. His wife, Theresa,

earns $46,000 of taxable income.

What is Leonardo and Theresa’s effective tax rate for year 2016? (Tax rate schedules)

17.98%

16.37%

19.9%

22.52%

29.37%

Question 40.

Assume that Lavonia’s marginal tax rate is 20%. If a city of Tampa bond pays 6% interest, what interest

rate would a corporate bond have to offer for Lavonia to be indifferent between the two bonds?

9.00%

5.00%

8.00%

20.00%

7.50%.

Question 41.

rhett made his annual gambling trip to uwin

Rhett made his annual gambling trip to Uwin Casino. On this trip Rhett won $390 at the slots and $1,340

at poker. Also this year, Rhett made several trips to the race track, but he lost $770 on his various

wagers. What amount must Rhett include in his gross income?

$390

$1,340

$1,730

$960

Zero – gambling winnings are not included in gross income

Question 42.

Marc, a single taxpayer, earns $30,000 in taxable income and $1,000 in interest from an investment in

city of Birmingham Bonds. Using the U.S. tax rate schedule for year 2016, what is his effective tax rate?

(Tax rate schedules)

None of the choices are correct.

19.49%

10.75%

21.41%

13.02

Question 43.

If Joel earns a 8% after-tax rate of return, $21,000 received in two years is worth how much today? Use

Exhibit 3.1. (Round present and future value factor(s) to 3 decimal places.)

$21,000.

$19,410.

$17,997.

$22,680.

None of the choices are correct.

question 44

Question 44.

Which of the following is not an itemized deduction?

Charitable contributions.

Real estate taxes.

Alimony paid.

Medical expenses.

Question 45.

If Susie earns $775,000 in taxable income, how much tax will she pay as a single taxpayer for year 2016?

(Tax rate schedules)

$279,658.85

$253,453.75

$262,200.9

None of the choices are correct.

$263,069.95

Question 46.

Samantha was ill for four months this year. Samantha missed work during this period, but disability

insurance paid $19,800 of disability pay to replace her missed salary. Samantha shares the cost of the

insurance with her employer. This year Samantha’s employer paid $2,800 in disability premiums for

Samantha as a nontaxable fringe benefit and Samantha paid the remaining $1,400 of premiums from her

salary. What amount of the disability pay must Samantha include in her gross income (Rounded to the

nearest whole dollar)?

$13,200

Zero – none of the above disability pay is included in gross income

$7,700

$19,800

$1,400

question 47

Question 47.

Curtis invests $825,000 in a city of Athens bond that pays 10.25% interest. Alternatively, Curtis could

have invested the $825,000 in a bond recently issued by Initech, Inc. that pays 13% interest with similar

risk as the city of Athens bond. Assume that Curtis’s marginal tax rate is 28%.

How much explicit tax would Curtis incur on interest earned on the Initech, Inc. bond?

$30,030

$60,885

$77,220

$23,677.5

None of the choices are correct.

Question 48.

Meeting which of the following standards for tax return positions would allow both taxpayers and tax

practitioners to avoid a penalty with respect to a tax return position?

Significant authority

Realistic possibility

Reasonably probable

Supreme authority

Substantial authority

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