ch3 - ch3 Student 1 For tax purposes income is recognized...

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ch3 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. For tax purposes, income is recognized if the transaction meets three conditions: economic benefit, occurrence and completion, and not exempt from tax. True False 2. Marie performed bookkeeping services for Donald charging him $350. Donald agreed that he would pay Marie's credit card bill for the same amount. Marie has received an economic benefit and must report $350 in income on her tax return. True False 3. John owns 200 shares of Coca Cola common stock that have increased in value by $5 each. He must report the increase in income because a transaction has occurred. True False 4. If the process of a transaction begins and ends with an economic benefit for the taxpayer, he or she must report it in income even though the income is specifically exempt from tax. True False 5. Almost all individuals use the cash receipts and disbursements method of accounting. True False 6. Constructive receipt means the income is available to or in the control of the taxpayer regardless of whether the taxpayer chooses to utilize the income. True False 7. Income can only be realized in money or services. True False 8. If Marc, an accountant, agrees to provide tax services to a neighbor in exchange for the neighbor agreeing to fix his pool, Marc but not his neighbor will have to report income on this transaction at fair market value. True False 9. There are some instances where a cash-basis taxpayer can report income as though he or she is an accrual basis taxpayer. True False 10. For most individuals, interest income comes from interest-earning deposits at banks, savings and loans, or credit unions. True False
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11. If an individual owns Series EE bonds, this person must report interest income, i.e., the increase in bond value on an annual basis. True False 12. A taxpayer can exclude from gross income any interest earned on bonds issued by any state, any possession of the United States, any political subdivision of either of the foregoing, or of the District of Columbia as long as these bonds are not issued for private activities. True False 13. Interest on state bonds is tax- exempt if the bonds were issued for private activities, such as convention centers, industrial parks, or stadiums. True False 14. A taxpayer must file a Schedule B (Forms 1040A or 1040) if he or she has received taxable interest of $1,550. True False 15. Dividends are generally taxed at capital gains rates if they are made from the corporation's current earnings and profits or accumulated earnings and profits. True False 16. A stock dividend in which a shareholder has the option to receive cash is not taxable. True False
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