acc421wa5 - Chapter 13 12. A taxpayer who receives Social...

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Chapter 13 12. A taxpayer who receives Social Security payments equal to or greater than the base amount will not receive any benefit from this tax credit. Since the base amount is reduced dollar for dollar by Social Security payments. 18. Yes. She will be able to take the adjustment, since they cannot reduce the rate for the credit for child and dependent care expenses below 20%. 20. There are many tax advantages to make college more affordable. Such as Series EE educational savings bonds, the American Opportunity credit, the lifetime learning credit, 529 plans, Scholarships, The deduction for interest paid on student loans and penalty-free withdrawals from traditional IRAs to pay for qualifying educational expenses. 36. Earned income credit: 12,570 × 45% (for three children) 5,675 Less: 21.06% × (20,500 –16,420) (859) Maximum credit allowed 4,816
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39. (50,000/118,250) X 17,375 = 7,347 Total foreign taxes paid $26,000 Foreign tax credit: $ 7,347 Net U.S. income tax payable = 17,375 – 7,347 = 10,028.
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 421 taught by Professor ?? during the Spring '10 term at Thomas Edison State.

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