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Comparative Forms Of Doing Business - Ch14

Comparative Forms Of Doing Business - Ch14 - CHAPTER 14...

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CHAPTER 14 COMPARATIVE FORMS OF DOING BUSINESS SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEM MATERIALS Status: Q/P Question/ Present in Prior Problem Topic Edition Edition 1 Entity attributes Modified 1 2 Entity attributes Unchanged 2 3 Liability exposure Unchanged 3 4 Ethics problem New 5 Corporate tax rates: marginal and effective Modified 5 6 Choice of business entity: tax and Unchanged 6 nontax factors 7 Choice of business entity Unchanged 7 8 Choice of business entity Modified 8 9 Choice of business entity Modified 9 10 Single versus double taxation Modified 10 11 Alternative minimum tax Modified 11 12 Alternative minimum tax; asset sales Unchanged 12 13 Ethics problem Unchanged 13 14 Fringe benefits Unchanged 14 15 Fringe benefits Unchanged 15 16 Reasonable compensation Unchanged 16 17 Shareholder loans to corporation Unchanged 17 18 Avoiding double taxation: lease Unchanged 18 rental payments 19 Rental property or corporate asset Modified 19 20 Accumulated earnings tax Modified 20 21 Stock redemption Unchanged 21 22 Issue recognition Unchanged 22 23 Issue recognition Unchanged 23 24 S corporation: maintaining or revoking status Modified 24 25 Recognition under § 351 and debt Modified 25 versus equity 26 Recognition at time of contribution and basis Modified 26 27 Basis for ownership interest Modified 27 14-1
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14-2 2003 Entities Volume/Solutions Manual Status: Q/P Question/ Present in Prior Problem Topic Edition Edition 28 Conduit versus entity concept Unchanged 28 29 Conduit versus entity concept Unchanged 29 30 Contributions, profits, and Modified 30 distributions to owners 31 Distributions to owners Unchanged 31 32 Passive activity losses Modified 32 33 Basis and at-risk rules: partnership Unchanged 33 versus corporation 34 Special allocations Unchanged 34 35 At-risk amount and basis Unchanged 35 36 Special allocations Unchanged 36 37 Special allocations Unchanged 37 38 Asset sale versus stock sale Modified 38 39 Sale of a business: sole proprietorship Unchanged 39 40 Sale of a business: partnership Unchanged 40 41 Purchase of partnership Unchanged 41 42 Issue recognition Unchanged 42 43 Purchase of a corporation Modified 43 Bridge Discipline Problem 1 Tax and financial reporting of corporate Unchanged 1 formation 2 S corporation formation Unchanged 2 3 Partnership formation Unchanged 3 4 Alternative minimum tax Unchanged 4 Research/ Problem 1 Internet activity Unchanged 1 2 Internet activity Unchanged 2 3 Internet activity Unchanged 3 4 Internet activity New PROBLEM MATERIAL 1. a. S corporation and C corporation (S and C). p. 14-6 b. C corporation (C). p. 14-6 c. C corporation (C). p. 14-8 d. C corporation (C). p. 14-13 e. S corporation (S). pp. 14-5 and 14-8 f. Sole proprietorship and partnership (SP and P). p. 14-7
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Comparative Forms of Doing Business 14-3 g. C corporation (C). Concept Summary 14-1 h. Partnership (P), S corporation (S), and C corporation (C). Concept Summary 14-1 i. Sole proprietorship, partnership, and S corporation (SP, P, and S). p. 14-17 2. a. Partnership, S corporation and C corporation (P, S, and C).
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