1. Ava is less than 9 years and they fully support her. Therefore she is eligible for being dependent. As per the rule, child should be less than 9 years to be dependent.
2. Logan is also eligible to be dependent as he is 24 and full time student. As per the rules, child at the age of 24,u full time student who doesn't suport more than half of support is eligible. He provides less than half of his own support, therefore he is dependent.
3. Julian is under the category of parent but he provides his own support. For being eligible for dependent, he should have been Fully supported by Mary and his spouse. Therefore, he will not be counted as a dependent.
4.The maximum amount of the credit is $500 per qualifying dependent. Therefore, they are eligible for upto $1000.
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please help with these two questons. ive also uploaded 2019 tax rates if needed Part1: 3. Tim has gross income of $200,000. He has taxable income of $75,000 and his filing status is single. He has $15,000 of tax exempt bond interest. Answer the following questions: a. Compute his gross tax liability. b. Compute his average tax rate. Part1: 4. Charlie and Pam filed a joint return for the current year. They fully support their 24 year old daughter Dani...
2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9.700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 5970 plus 12% of the excess over 59,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4543 plus 22% of the excess over $39,475 $84.200 $160.725 514 382.50 plus 24% of the excess over $84.200 $160,725 S204,100 $32.748.50 plus 32% of the excess over $160,725 $204,100 $510,300 $46.628.50 plus 35% of the excess over...
2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 $970 plus 12% of the excess over $9,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4,543 plus 22% of the excess over $39,475 $ 84,200 $160,725 S14,382.50 plus 24% of the excess over $84,200 $160,725 $204,100 $32,748.50 plus 32% of the excess over $160,725 $204,100 $510,300 $46,628.50 plus 35% of the excess over...
In 2019, Lisa and Fred, a married couple, had taxable income of $300,000. If they were to file separate tax returns, Lisa would have reported taxable income of $125,000 and Fred would have reported taxable income of $175,000. Use Tax Rate Schedule for reference. What is the couple’s marriage penalty or benefit? (Do not round intermediate calculations.) 2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ ...
1. Gill and Molly are married and for 2019, they each made $50,000 and $30,000 of taxable income in wages, respectively. In addition, Molly received $13,000 of interest income from a municipal bond investment that is not taxable. Use the appropriate Federal Tax Rate Schedule in Appendix D towards the back of your book to answer the following. Round dollar amounts to the nearest cent ($3,500.0372 → $3,500.04). Round percentages to the second decimal place (e.g. 35.027956% → 35.03%). a....
Leonardo, who is married but files separately, earns $80,000 of taxable income. He also has $15,000 in city of Tulsa bonds. His wife, Theresa, earns $50,000 of taxable income. if Leonardo and his wife file married filing jointly in 2019, What is Leonardo and Theresa's effective tax rate for 2019 (rounded)? (Use tax rate schedule.) 2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable...
2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 $970 plus 12% of the excess over $9,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4,543 plus 22% of the excess over $39,475 $ 84,200 $160,725 $14,382.50 plus 24% of the excess over $84,200 $160,725 $204,100 $32,748.50 plus 32% of the excess over $160,725 $204,100 $510,300 $46,628.50 plus 35% of...
Scot and Vidia, married taxpayers, earn $240,000 in taxable income and $5,000 in interest from an investment in City of Tampa bonds. (Use the U.S. tax rate schedule for married filing jointly). 2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 $970 plus 12% of the excess over $9,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4,543 plus 22%...
2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 $970 plus 12% of the excess over $9,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4,543 plus 22% of the excess over $39,475 $ 84,200 $160,725 $14,382.50 plus 24% of the excess over $84,200 $160,725 $204,100 $32,748.50 plus 32% of the excess over $160,725 $204,100 $510,300 $46,628.50 plus 35% of...
2019 Tax Rate Schedules Individuals Schedule X-Single If taxable income is over: But not over: The tax is: $ 0 $ 9,700 10% of taxable income $ 9,700 $ 39,475 S970 plus 12% of the excess over $9,700 $ 39,475 $ 84,200 $4,543 plus 22% of the excess over $39,475 $ 84,200 $160,725 S14,382.50 plus 24% of the excess over $84,200 $160,725 $204,100 $32,748.50 plus 32% of the excess over $160,725 $204,100 $510,300 $46,628.50 plus 35% of the excess over...