Chapter+2+Homework.docx - Chapter 2 Multiple Choice Question 38 B 39 D 40 D 41 D 42 C Question 43 Yes Matthew can represent for Timothy according to the

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Chapter 2 Multiple Choice Question 38 . B 39 . D 40 . D 41 . D 42 . C Question 43 Yes. Matthew can represent for Timothy according to the 2215 representation for Taxpayer. The reason why is that in the certain situation an individual who do not have any enrollment may represent for other individual. In the textbook, it mentioned that “a partnership of which the representative is a member or a full-time employee” (2-31)”. So, since Timothy is the full -time employee of Matthew, Matthew can represent for Timothy in the audit. Question 44 Yes, according to 2325 Refunds, “Claims for refunds must be filed no later than three years from the date of the return was filed or no later than two years from the date the taxes was paid, or whichever period expires later” (2-41). In this case, the time Marvin realized for the refunds November 13, 2017 is still with 3 years period from the date that he filed the return February 15, 2017. So, he can file a claim for a refund.

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