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Ryland11Nonqualified plans12aSee instructions for box 12Code18 S. Songbird Dr.Your City, Your State – Your ZipfEmployee’s address and ZIP code13StatutoryRetirementThird-partyemployeeplansick pay12bCode14Other12cCode12dCode15StateEmployer’s state ID number16State wages, tips, etc.63937.2417State income tax3509.2018Local wages, tips, etc.19Local income tax20Locality nameYS317458965FormW-2Wage and TaxStatement20XXDepartment of the Treasury – Internal Revenue ServiceCopy B - To Be Filed With Employee’s FEDERAL Tax Return.This information is being furnished to the Internal Revenue Service.
Copyright © 2019, The Income Tax School, Inc. – All Rights ReservedSQLA - 2.7Chapter 2:Learning Activity Questions1.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the wages, salaries, tips, etc.:A)\$98,017B)\$89,701C)\$89,071D)\$98,1072.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the total income:A)\$89,701B)\$87,901C)\$98,701D)\$98,1073.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the Adjusted Gross Income (AGI):A)\$89,701B)\$88,701C)\$98,170D)\$98,1074.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the standard deduction:A)\$25,300B)\$26,600C)\$24,000D)\$18,000
Copyright © 2019, The Income Tax School, Inc. – All Rights ReservedSQLA - 2.85.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the taxable income:A)\$71,701B)\$65,701C)\$77,701D)\$77,0016.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the tax from the Tax Tables:A)\$7,506B)\$8,979C)\$8,226D)\$8,8627.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the total payments:A)\$15,207B)\$13,994C)\$10,144D)\$14,9478.Answer the following question based on the tax return you prepared for Robert and Mary LouRyland.Select the refund amount:A)\$5,132B)\$5,015C)\$5,768D)\$6,488
Copyright © 2019, The Income Tax School, Inc. – All Rights ReservedPage 3.1Chapter 3: IncomeOverviewChapter DescriptionUpon completion of this chapter, students will be able to identify various types of employeecompensation, including fringe benefits, tips, alimony, and other income.Students will determinewhere to report these forms of income.In addition, students will recognize when filing Form 4137,Social Security and Medicare Tax on Unreported Tip Income,is necessary.The chapter will includeadditional discussion of other important topics such as taxable and nontaxable income, communityproperty, and the use of Forms 4852 (substitute W-2) and W-2c (corrected W-2).The following content is based on 2018 tax law; however, discussions of prior year tax lawwill be addressed as applicable.

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