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3-31. Tom and Linda are married taxpayers who file a joint return. They have itemized deductions of $11,950 and four exemptions. Assuming an adjusted gross income of $40,000.00 what is their taxable income for 2011? 3-32. Compute Marie’s taxable income for 2011, 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 2011, 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 2011. 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? a. Check received for December rent, $700, not deposited until January 4 b. Check for $1,100 to pay Bill’s state income taxes mailed December 28, cashed January 7 c. Cash received in the amount of $500 for services to be rendered the following year d. Interest of $800 credited to his savings account, added to Bill’s account balance e. Check received for January rent, $700, deposited on January 9 f. Charitable contribution of $300, charged on Bill’s MasterCard g. Bills totaling $2,000 sent for services rendered during the year, uncollected as of year-end

3-31. Tom and Linda are married taxpayers who file a joint return. They have itemized deductions of $11,950 and four exemptions. Assuming an adjusted gross income of $40,000.00 what is their taxable income for 2011?

3-32. Compute Marie’s taxable income for 2011, 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 2011, 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 2011. 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?

a. Check received for December rent, $700, not deposited until January 4

b. Check for $1,100 to pay Bill’s state income taxes mailed December 28, cashed January 7

c. Cash received in the amount of $500 for services to be rendered the following year

d. Interest of $800 credited to his savings account, added to Bill’s account balance

e. Check received for January rent, $700, deposited on January 9

f. Charitable contribution of $300, charged on Bill’s MasterCard

g. Bills totaling $2,000 sent for services rendered during the year, uncollected as of year-end

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