Chapter 01 Solutions

Chapter 01 Solutions - Chapter One Problem Solutions 29 a...

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Chapter One Problem Solutions 29. a. Generally, all the states have withholding procedures. b. A diminishing number of states allow a deduction for Federal income taxes paid. c. The filing dates are usually consistent with the Federal rule. d. Most states allow a deduction (or credit) for personal and dependency exemptions. e. Most states allow their residents some form of tax credit for income taxes paid to other states. f. Until recently, the exchange has been one sided—the IRS notifying the state of an assessment against a resident taxpayer. Currently, some states (e.g., California) are advising the IRS as to the existence of abusive tax shelters. pp. 1-14 and 1-15 31. a. FICA offers some measure of retirement security, and FUTA provides a modest source of income in the event of loss of employment. b. FICA is imposed on both employer and employee, while FUTA is imposed only on the employer. c. FICA is administered by the Federal government. FUTA, however, is handled
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2009 for the course ACCT 575 taught by Professor Generalaccounting during the Spring '09 term at Binghamton.

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