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Acc421_Final_Exam[1] - Question 2 1 points The tax benefit...

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Question 2 1 points Save The tax benefit received from a tax credit is affected by the tax rate of the taxpayer. True False Question 3 1 points Save If the shareholders of a calendar year C corporation elect S status on April 13, 2007, the election is effective for all of 2007. True False Question 4 1 points Save Realized gain or loss is measured by the difference between the amount realized from the sale or other disposition of property and the property’s adjusted basis at the date of disposition. True False Question 5 1 points Save In April 2007 Bertie, a calendar year cash basis taxpayer, had to pay the state of Michigan additional income tax for 2006. Even though it relates to 2006, for federal income tax purposes the payment qualifies as a tax deduction for tax year 2007. True False Question 6 1 points Save An eligible taxpayer may elect to receive advance payments of the earned income credit from his or her employer. True False Question 7 1 points Save Mindy paid an appraiser to determine how much a capital improvement made for medical reasons increased the value of her personal residence. The appraisal fee qualifies as a deductible medical expense. True False
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Question 8 1 points Save The education tax credits are not available to help defray the cost of higher education if the income level of the taxpayer exceeds certain thresholds. True False Question 9 1 points Save When a taxpayer has purchased several lots of stock on different dates at different purchase prices and cannot identify the lot of stock that is being sold, he may choose which lot of stock is deemed to be sold. True False Question 10 1 points Save Partnerships are considered to be separate taxable entities and, consequently, do not avoid taxation at the entity level. True False Question 11 1 points Save An education expense deduction is not allowed if the education results in a promotion or pay raise for the employee. True False Question 12 1 points Save The § 179 deduction can exceed $112,000 in 2007 if the taxpayer had a § 179 amount that exceeded the taxable income limitation in the prior year. True False Question 13 1 points Save In computing the NOL of a corporation, the dividends received deduction can be claimed. True False Question 14 1 points Save A partner’s basis in the partnership interest is decreased by his or her share of the tax-exempt income received by the partnership.
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True False Question 15 1 points Save Although partnerships are not subject to income tax, they are required to file income tax returns. True
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2010 for the course ACCT 3200 taught by Professor Martin during the Fall '08 term at Kennesaw.

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Acc421_Final_Exam[1] - Question 2 1 points The tax benefit...

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