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For instance, Table 12-1, 2003 Tax Rates for people, does not make a difference for 2002. Sources ... Monetary Analysis Before and After Taxes. All our prior investigation of ...
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Pay Taxes Income Taxes Taxable Income of Individuals and Business Firms Classification of Business Expenditures Individual Tax Rates/Corporate Tax Rates Federal and State Taxes Capital Gains and Losses Economic Analysis Before and After Taxes

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Income Taxes The objective of this part is to give a diagram of government salary charges. There is such a great amount of subtle element on expenses, you could spend whatever is left of your working life on the subject and still not know everything about assessments. To be sure, this is precisely what numerous duty bookkeepers do. No practical monetary investigation can disregard charges .  Tax laws change consistently. For instance, Table 12-1, 2003 Tax Rates for people, does not make a difference for 2002. Wellsprings of data on assessments include:  1. http://www.irs.gov 2. "Your Federal Income Taxes" (extensive, free distribution accessible from IRS via mail)  3. TurboTax (great PC programming for doing individual charges) Both people and enterprises pay charges. We will consider essential duty data in every region.

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Income Taxes Basic motivation behind charges: to pay for taxpayer driven organization s . For your data, numerous western European nations charge more expenses than the US – a large portion of them likewise give more administrations than the US does. Accommodating Viewpoint for Understanding Taxes: Think of U.S. as an accomplice in each business movement: U.S. offers the profits     Related Point of View: Think of charges as one more dispensing (like working costs, upkeep, work and materials, and so forth.)

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Taxable Income of Individuals What is the contrast between a taxidermist and a duty gatherer? The taxidermist takes just your skin. Mark Twain Adjusted gross salary = Gross pay – Adjustments Taxable pay = Adjusted gross pay - Personal exemption(s) - Itemized reasonings or Standard conclusion The expense any individual pays relies on upon the individual\'s gross pay . Gross wage is the total of: wages, pay, and so forth intrigue pay profits (e.g., from stocks, common assets) capital additions (e.g., from stocks, shared assets) unemployment pay other pay. Balanced gross wage (AGI) is the distinction between gross salary and suitable reasonings, for example, retirement arrangement commitments, or government managed savings pay.

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Taxable Income of Individuals If it weren\'t for those eleven sparing provisos under the head of "Deductions" I ought to be beggared each year. Mark Twain From balanced gross salary, people may deduct: Personal Exemptions . One exclusion ($3,050 for 2003) is accommodated every individual who relies on upon the gross salary for his or her living. Separated Deductions , including  Excessive medicinal and dental costs (surpassing 7.5% of balanced gross salary); State and neighborhood pay charge; property and individual property charge; home loan interest; Charitable commitments; Casualty and robbery misfortunes; Miscellaneous derivations (surpassing 2% of balanced gross wage). Standard Deduction . Every citizen may either organize his or her conclusions, or else take a standard reasoning as takes after: Single citizens: $4,750 (for year 2003) Married citizens filling a joint return: $9,500 (for year 2003)

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Taxable Income of Business Firms Taxable pay = Gross wage -All uses yet capital consumptions -Depreciation and exhaustion charges Note: Except for area, business capital uses are charged to bookkeeping records period by period through devaluation or consumption charges.

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Classification of Business Expenditures There are three unmistakable sorts of business uses: 1. for depreciable resources (e.g., structures); 2. for non-depreciable resources (e.g., land, minerals); 3. all different business uses (e.g., work, materials). Uses for depreciable resources. This is the subject of Chapter 11. Consumptions for non-depreciable resources . Non-depreciable resources include: (land has no limited life); properties not utilized either as a part of an exchange, business, or for the generation of pay (e.g., home, vehicles). Resources subject to consumption (Chapter 11 once more). Since firms more often than not gain resources for use in the business, their exclusive non-depreciable resources regularly are area and resources subject to consumption . All different business uses. This is likely the biggest classification. It incorporates all the common and essential consumptions of working a business, including the following:  1. work costs; 2. materials; 3. all immediate and aberrant expenses; 4. offices and gainful hardware with a helpful existence of one year or less. These are all normal consumptions.

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Classification of Business Expenditures Recall there are three particular sorts of business consumptions: 1) for depreciable resources 2) for non-depreciable resources 3) all different business expenditures  Entering capital uses into the bookkeeping records of the firm is called underwriting them. Entering all different business uses into the bookkeeping records is called expensing them. Capital Expenditures Expense Expenditures

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Taxable Income: Example: A firm has the accompanying results (in a huge number of dollars) for a three-year time span. For SL devaluation and no rescue esteem, the yearly deterioration charge is (P-S)/N = (60-0)/3 = $20 million; assessable salary = 200 – 140 – 20 = $40 million for each of the three years. Do you think the money results (0,60,60) or the assessable wage (40,40,40) is a superior sign of the yearly execution of the firm? ?

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Individual Tax Rates 2003 Tax Rates – If you are not wedded

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Individual Tax Rates

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Individual Tax Rates: Examples An unmarried individual with an assessable wage of $50,000 would pay $3,960 + 0.27(50,000 – 28,400) = $9,792.  A couple with an assessable pay of $50,000 would pay $6,517.5 + 0.27 (50,000 – 47,450) = $7,206. A couple with an assessable pay of $100,000 would pay $ 6,517.5 + 0.27(100,000 – 47,450) = $20,706. Bill is an unmarried understudy. He earned $8,000 in the late spring, in addition to another $2,000 amid whatever is left of the year. When he records his pay assessment form, he is permitted one exclusion. He evaluates he burned through $1000 on passable ordered derivations. What amount of salary duty does he pay? Balanced gross wage (AGI) = $8,000 + 2,000 = $10,000.  Taxable pay = AGI – Deduction for one exclusion - Standard finding = = 10,000 – 3,050 – 4,750 = $2,200. Government salary charge = 0.10 (2,200) = $222

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Corporate Tax Rates Income charge for organizations is processed in a way like that for people. Take a gander at the assessment rates in page 378. Note the section with a 39% rate between two sections with 34% rates. (The 5% surtax is to eliminate earlier tax reductions.)

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Corporate Tax Rates: Example The French Chemical Corp. was framed to make family fade. The firm purchased land for $220,000 , had a $900,000 processing plant building raised, and introduced $650,000 worth of substance and bundling hardware. The plant was finished and operations start on April 1 st . The gross wage for the schedule year was $450,000 . Supplies and all working costs, barring the capital uses, were $100,000 . The firm will utilize MACRS deterioration. Assessable Income = Gross salary - All consumptions yet capital uses - Depreciation and exhaustion charges Gross Income = $450,000 Depreciation = $92,885 + $16,371 All uses yet capital exp. = $100,000 Taxable wage = $450,000 - $100,000 - $109,256 = $240,744 . In the first place year devaluation charge Chemical gear is close to home property. Table 11-2 proposes it is presumably in the "Seven-year, all other property" class. Accordingly, first-year deterioration = 14.29% of $650,000 = $92,885 . The building is in the 39-year genuine property class. Being put in Service April 1 st , first-year devaluation = 1.819% of $900,000 = $16,371 . Government pay charge = $22,250 + 0.39(240,744-100,000) = $77,140.

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Federal and State Taxes Most states have a salary charge (Florida does not). State expenses are reasonable findings for separated government charges. The opposite is not valid, tragically. Subsequently state salary expenses depend on a bigger assessable pay than government pay charges. Truncations: FTR = (Federal Tax Rate) STR = (State Tax Rate) Combined charges = [  STR +  FTR (1- STR)]  (  Income) Combined incremental assessment rate = [  STR +  FTR (1- STR)] Combined duties = (Combined incremental duty rate)  (  salary)

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Federal and State Taxes: Example Tom is in the 28% Federal pay charge section, and the 10% state pay charge section. He makes an additional (- incremental) pay of $500 counseling. State wage charge = (  STR) (  Income) = 0.1 (500) = 50 Federal assessable salary =  Income (1 -  STR) = 500 (1-0.1) = 500 – 50 = 450 Federal wage charges =  FTR (  Income (1 -  STR) ) = 0.28 ( 450 ) = 126 Combined expenses = (  STR) (  Income) +  FTR (1 -  STR) (  Income) = 50 + 126 = $176 = [  STR +  FTR (1- STR)]  (  Income) Combined incremental duty rate = [  STR +  FTR (1- STR)] = 0.1 + 0.28(1 – 0.1) = 0.352 Combined duties = 0.352 (500) = $176.

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Capital Gains and Losses: Non-devalued Assets Non-depreciable resources : land, minerals, stocks, bonds. Illustration. Assume you purchase a stock for $1,000, keep it for a long time, and offer it for $1

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