3Q282930-2009f - #28,29,30 and 51 28. a. Sidney and Cora,...

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28. a. Sidney and Cora, ages 39 and 37, MFJ. 2 dependents, AGI $55,000,itemized deductions $8,300 b. Amelia, age 44, single and supports her dependent parents and also supports grandparents who are in a nursing home. AGI $70,000, itemized deductions $9,000 c. Paul, age 50, abandoned spouse. His household includes 3 unmarried stepsons who qualifies dependents. His AGI $85,000,itemized deductions $8,000. d. Angel, age 33, surviving spouse and maintains a household for her four dependent children. AGI 48,000,itemized deductions $8,200 e. Dale, age 42, is divorced but maintains the home in which he and his daughter, Jill, live. Jill is single and a qualifying child. His AGI $54,000,itemized deductions $6,900 Note: #29,30 can be solved by referring to Figure3.1, Exhibits 3.1 through 3.3, Table 3.1 and #.2, and the discussion under Deductions for AGI in this chapter.
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Chapter 3 28. a. AGI $55,000 Less: Standard deduction (married filing jointly) (11,400) Personal and dependency exemptions (4 × $3,650)
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2010 for the course ACCOUNTING 2251 taught by Professor Sieux during the Spring '08 term at CSU East Bay.

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3Q282930-2009f - #28,29,30 and 51 28. a. Sidney and Cora,...

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