I 15-64 Case Study Problem

I 15-64 Case Study Problem - I:15-64 Case Study Problem A...

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I:15-64 Case Study Problem A client, Mal Manley, fills out his client questionnaire for the previous year and on it provides information for the preparation of his individual income tax return. The IRS has never audited Mal’s returns. Mal reports that he made over 100 relatively small cash contributions totaling $24,785 to charitable organizations. In the last few years, Mal’s charitable contributions have averaged about $15,000 per year. For the previous year, Mal’s adjusted gross income was roughly $350,000, about a 10% increase from the year before. Required: According to the Statements on Standards for Tax Services, may you accept at face value Mal’s information concerning his charitable contributions? Now assume that the IRS recently audited Mal’s tax return for two years ago and denied 75% of that year’s charitable contribution deduction because the deduction was not substantiated. Assume also that Mal indicates that, in the previous year, he contributed $25,000 (instead
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course ACCT 497 taught by Professor Rainwater during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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