1. On Form 1040, deductions for adjusted gross income include the amounts paid for all of the following except
A) alimony. B) moving expenses.
C) home mortgage interest. D) student loan interest.
2. Donald sells stock with an adjusted basis of $38,000 to his son, Kiefer, for its fair market value of $30,000. Kiefer sells the stock three years later for $32,000. Kiefer will recognize a gain on the subsequent sale of
A) ($8,000). B) $2,000. C) ($6,000). D) $–0–.
3. Wayne and Maria purchase a home on April 1 of the current year. To obtain a thirty–year mortgage, they are required to pay $7,200 in points at closing. Charging points is a customary business practice in the area. In addition, they pay $4,400 of interest during the year. What is their current year deduction related to their home?
A) $4,580 B) $4,400 C) $11,600 D) $7,200
4. This year, Marcia, who is single, finished graduate school and began repaying her student loan. The proceeds of the loan were used to pay her qualified higher education expenses. She has not received any type of educational assistance or scholarships. The amount of interest paid during the year amounted to $3,000. What is the amount and classification of her student loan interest deduction if her AGI is $63,000?
A) $3,000 for AGI B) $2,000 for AGI C) $500 for AGI D) $2,500 for AGI
5. Wang, an employee of Skye Architects, incurred the following unreimbursed expenses this year:
Subscription to architectural journals $800
Dues to Professional Architecture Society 400
Tax return preparation 600
Investment advice 500
Wang’s AGI is $75,000. What is his net deduction for miscellaneous itemized deductions?
A) $800 B) $1,500 C) $1,900 D) $0
6. Ted pays $2,100 interest on his automobile loan, $120 interest on a loan to purchase a computer for personal use, $630 interest on credit cards, and $1,100 investment interest expense. Ted has net investment income of $850. Ted’s deductible interest is
A) $850. B) $3,200. C) $1,100. D) $2,950.
7. Grace has AGI of $60,000 in 2012 and 2013. She makes cash contributions to public charities of $34,000 in 2012 and $31,000 in 2013. Grace’s charitable contribution carryover to 2014 is
A) $0. B) $1,000. C) $5,000. D) $4,000.
8. Which of the following is not required substantiation for a noncash charitable contribution?
A) date and location of property donated
B) method used to determine the donated property’s fair market value
C) name and address of charitable organization
D) use of donation by charitable organization
9. Liz, who is single, lives in a single family home and owns a second single family home that she rented for the entire year at a fair rental rate. Liz had the following items of income and expense during the current year.
Gross salary and commissions from Ace Corporation
Rent received from tenant in Liz’s rental house
Dividends received on her portfolio of stocks
Unreimbursed professional dues
Subscriptions to newsletters recommending stocks
Taxes, interest and repair expenses on rental house
Depreciation expense on rental house
What is her adjusted gross income for the year?
A) $62,200 B) $52,700 C) $61,100 D) $68,000
10. Generally, deductions for adjusted gross income on an individual’s tax return include all the following types of expenses except those
A) incurred in a trade or business.
B) incurred in the production of royalty income.
C) incurred in the production of rent income.
D) incurred in gambling activities.
11. During the current year, Martin purchases undeveloped land as an investment. Martin intends to rent the land as pastureland and hopefully sell it later for a profit. In the current year, Martin receives no rent but he does pay taxes of $2,800, mortgage interest of $900 and liability insurance of $500. How much of these expenses can Martin deduct (before any limitations) on his current tax return?
A) $0 B) $4,200 C) $1,400 D) $3,700
12. Jason sells stock with an adjusted basis of $66,000 to JJ Inc., his 60% owned corporation, for its fair market value of $60,000. JJ Inc. sells the stock three years later for $67,000. JJ Inc.’s recognized gain or loss on the sale will be
A) $–0–. B) $4,000. C) $1,000. D) ($3,000).
Quickbrush Paint Company makes a profit of $2 per gallon on its oil-base paint and $3 per gallon on its water-base paint. Both paints contain two ingredients, A and B. The oil-base paint contains 90 percent A and 10 percent B, whereas the water-base paint contains 30 percent A and 70 percent B. Quickbrush currently has 10,000 gallons of ingredient A and 5,000 gallons of ingredient B in inventory and cannot obtain more at this time. The company wishes to use linear programming to determine the appropriate mix of oil-base and water-base paint to produce to maximize its total profit. How many gallons of oil based paint should the Quickbrush make?
Ans: 9167 gallons of water based paint and 5833 gallons of oil based paint
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