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[$95,000 - $40,000 = $55,000; $55,000 * 35% = $19,250] Supplemental Questions
CPA-02194 Type1 M/C 95. CPA-02194 Nov 90 II #28 A-D Corr Ans: B PM#1 R 3-99 Page 29 Joe Hall owns a limousine for use in his personal service business of transporting passengers to airports.
The limousine's adjusted basis is $40,000. In addition, Hall owns his personal residence and furnishings,
that together cost him $280,000. Hall's capital assets amount to:
Choice "b" is correct. $280,000 is Hall's "capital assets."
Choices "a" and "c" are incorrect. Hall's limousine used in his trade or business is considered a Section
1231 asset. Section 1231 assets are not considered capital assets.
Choice "d" is incorrect. Hall's personal residence and personal furnishings are considered capital assets. CPA-02195 Type1 M/C 96. CPA-02195 May 91 II #50 A-D Corr Ans: B PM#2 R 3-99 Page 26 Under the modified accelerated cost recovery system (MACRS) of depreciation for property placed in
service after 1986:
d. Used tangible depreciable property is excluded from the computation.
Salvage value is ignored for purposes of computing the MACRS deduction.
No type of straight-line depreciation is allowable.
The recovery period for depreciable r...
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