# Exercise 4-21 LO 2 On January 1, 2018, Kunto, a cash basis...

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Exercise 4-21 (LO. 2) On January 1, 2018, Kunto, a cash basis taxpayer, pays \$46,228 for a 24-month certificate. The certificate is priced to yield 4% (the effective interest rate) with interest compounded annually. No interest is paid until maturity, when Kunto receives \$50,000. In your computations, round any amounts to the nearest dollar. a. Compute Kunto’s gross income from the certificate for 2018.
b. Compute Kunto’s gross income from the certificate for 2019.
Feedback Check My Work Lenders frequently make loans that require a payment at maturity of more than the amount of the original loa amount due at maturity is actually interest but is referred to as original issue discount. Post-Submission Answers: \$1,849; \$1,923. The difference between the amount due at maturity is actually interest but is referred to as original issue disco the Code requires the original issue discount to be reported when it is earned, regardless of the taxpayer's acc "earned" is calculated by the effective interest rate method. The original issue discount rules do not apply to U.S. savings bonds or to obligations with a maturity date of on of issue. a. Kunto's gross income from the certificate is \$3,772 (\$50,000 - \$46,228). Kunto's income earned in 2018 is \$46,228 x 4% = \$1,849.12 rounded to \$1,849. b. Kunto's income earned in 2019 is calculated as follows: [(\$46,228 + \$1,849) x 4%] = \$1,923.08, rounded to \$1,923. Solution Exercise 4-21 (LO. 2) On January 1, 2018, Kunto, a cash basis taxpayer, pays \$46,228 for a 24-month certificate. The certificate is pri effective interest rate) with interest compounded annually. No interest is paid until maturity, when Kunto receive In your computations, round any amounts to the nearest dollar. a. Compute Kunto’s gross income from the certificate for 2018.
b. Compute Kunto’s gross income from the certificate for 2019.
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Exercise 4-22 (LO.2) Bigham Corporation, an accrual basis calendar year taxpayer, sells its services under 12-month and 24-month contracts. The corporation provides services to each customer every month. On July 1, 2018, Bigham sold the following customer contracts: Length of contract Total Proceeds 12 months \$14,000 24 months \$24,000 Determine the income to be recognized in taxable income in 2018 and 2019.