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Bulky Company sold an asset on the first day of the tax year for $500,000. Bulky's Federal tax basis for the asset was $300,000.

Bulky Company sold an asset on the first day of the tax year for $500,000. Bulky’s Federal tax basis for the asset was $300,000. Because of differences in cost recovery schedules, the state regular-tax basis in the asset was $375,000. What adjustment, if any, should be made to Bulky’s Federal taxable income in determining the correct taxable income for the typical state
IM Dec 14 10:16 PMKeisha Seldon (Dec 14 10:16 PM):‎ Bulky Company sold an asset on the first day of the tax year for $500,000. Bulky’s Federal tax basis for the asset was $300,000. Because of differences in cost recovery schedules, the state regular-tax basis in the asset was $375,000. What adjustment, if any, should be made to Bulky’s Federal taxable income in determining the correct taxable income for the typical state?
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Keisha Seldon (Dec 14 10:17 PM):‎ Bulky Company sold an asset on the first day of the tax year for $500,000. Bulky’s Federal tax basis for the asset was $300,000. Because of differences in cost recovery schedules, the state regular-tax basis in the asset was $375,000. What adjustment, if any, should be made to Bulky’s Federal taxable income in determining the correct taxable income for the typical state?
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