Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year

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1. math

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by Tina on March 24, 2012
2. math

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by Savanna on November 9, 2009
3. math

laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to wage base, medicare is 1.45%. how much FICA is laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by sharon on January 9, 2010

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by Jessica on December 10, 2010
5. Math

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by Alice on December 8, 2009
6. Math

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year

asked by Akwaa Harrrison on May 19, 2011
7. Math

Could someone tell me if I am correct on this question? Laurie expects to make 100,000 in 2007.Her Social Security tax rate is 6.20% up to the wage base.Medicare is 1.45%.How much FICA is Laurie excepted to pay for the year? \$7,495.00 for my answer

asked by Bonnie on January 9, 2011
8. ACCOUNTING

Laurie is self-employed and expects to make \$96,000 in 2007. Her social security tax rate is 12.4% up to the wage base, Medicare is 2.9%, and her estimated federal income tax rate is 25%. What is Laurie’s expected tax payment for the fourth quarter? A.

asked by Anonymous on May 15, 2009
9. math

Laurie expects to make \$100,000 in 2007. Her social security tax is 6.20% up to the wage base, Medicare is 1.45%. How much FICA is Laurie expected to pay for the year?

asked by jay. on February 2, 2010
10. Math

Laurie is self employed and expects to make \$96,000. She expects to pay 12.4%, 2.9%, and 25% in taxes. What is Laurie's expected tax payment for the fourth quarter?

asked by Marie on January 6, 2009
11. rpost

Laura is selfemployed and expects to make \$96,000 her social security tax is 12.4% up to the wage base, medicare is 2.9% and her estimated federal tax rate is 25% what is Lauras expected tax payment for the fourth quarter. would it be \$9,672.00

asked by unknown on November 3, 2008
12. math

To date, Jay Ward has xumulative earnings of \$ 107,600. This week he is paid \$3,000. What is the total amount of Social Security tax for this week? Assume a rate of 6.2% on \$110,100 for Social Security and 1.45% for Medicare.

asked by jose on November 28, 2015
13. math

Ransford Alda is a self-employed security consultant with estimated annual earnings of \$90,000. His social security tax rate is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9%, and his federal income tax rate 14%. How much estimated tax must Ransford send to the IRS each quarter?

asked by lamar on June 6, 2013
14. math

Ransford Alda is a self-employed security consultant with estimated annual earnings of \$90,000. His social security tax rate is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9%, and his federal income tax rate 14%. How much estimated tax must Ransford send to the IRS each quarter?

asked by sharon on June 6, 2013
15. math

Ransford Alda is a self-employed security consultant with estimated annual earnings of \$90,000. His social security tax rate is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9%, and his federal income tax rate 14%. How much estimated tax must Ransford send to the IRS each quarter?

asked by stacy on June 6, 2013
16. accounting

An employee earns \$40 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled \$58,000. Assume further that the social

asked by Anonymous on November 9, 2010
17. math

Lindsay's estimated tax payment for the first quarter. She is self-employed and she expects to earn \$78,080 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 24%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and Medicare tax

asked by reva on December 6, 2014
18. math

Compute Mary's estimated tax payment for the first quarter. She is self-employed and she expects to earn \$61,440 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 22%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and Medicare

asked by Morgan on December 7, 2014
19. Math

Compute Adela's estimated tax payment for the second quarter. She is self employed and she expects to earn \$93,440 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 25%. For self employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and

asked by Dena on December 3, 2014

Compute Brianna's estimated tax payment for the third quarter. She is self-employed and she expects to earn \$84,400 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 22%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and

asked by Tammy on December 9, 2014
21. math

Compute Mike's estimated tax payment for the fourth quarter. He is self-employed and he expects to earn \$20,640 this year. His estimated income tax rate is 18%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and Medicare

asked by Anonymous on March 14, 2014
22. math

compute Sun Jung's estimated tax payment for the second quarter. She is self-employed and she expects to earn \$61,760 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 23%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and

asked by anonomous on June 5, 2014
23. math

Compute Mike's estimated tax payment for the fourth quarter. He is self-employed and he expects to earn \$20,640 this year. His estimated income tax rate is 18%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and Medicare

asked by Anonymous on March 8, 2014
24. math

Compute Sun Jung's estimated tax payment for the second quarter. She is self-employed and she expects to earn \$61,760 this year. Her estimated income tax rate is 23%. For self-employed persons, social security tax is 12.4% of wages up to \$106,800, and

asked by Anonymous on June 15, 2014
25. tax

Caroline, who files as head of household, received \$9,000 of social security benefits. Her AGI before the social security benefits was \$27,000. She also received \$200 of tax- exempt interest. What is the amount of taxable social security benefits? \$9,000

asked by Andy on May 10, 2012
26. accounting

On November 30, the payroll register of Webster & Smith indicated the following information: Determine the amount of Social Security and Medicare taxes to be withheld. Round your answers to one decimal place. Social Security Tax=\$ Medicare Tax=\$136,30 I

asked by Trish on June 5, 2013
27. math

Scott Stewart is the self-employed owner of Stewart Software. His estimated annual earnings are \$48,000 and he expects to pay 18% of this amount in income tax. What will be his quarterly estimated tax payment for the second quarter? (For self-employed

asked by anoymous on February 22, 2014
28. Accounting

Here is another question I am having trouble with, please help!!!! 3. The following totals for the month of March were taken from the payroll registrar of the X company: Salaries (all subject to social security & Medicare taxes \$14,000 Federal income taxes

asked by Angel on December 5, 2006
29. accounting

An employee earns \$40 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled \$58,000. Assume further that the social

asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2010

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Juanita's next biweekly paycheck of \$2,000 if she has already earned \$6,000 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by Freanda on June 8, 2014
31. Economics

The marginal tax rate is defined as the extra taxes paid on additional income divided by the increase in income. Calculate the marginal tax rate for the proportional tax system as income rises from \$50,000 to \$100,000. Calculate the marginal tax rate as

asked by Sally on November 14, 2006
32. financial management

Angela Anderson is employed as a Tax Manager by Super Cell Phone Service, Inc. She earns \$135,000 per year in this role, supervising a department of five Tax Accountants. Calculate the Medicare taxes that will be withheld from Angela’s annual salary

asked by chris on June 12, 2016
33. Accouting

Please can you show me how to do it. An employee receives an hourly rate of \$25, with time and a half for all hours worked in excess of 40 during a week. Payroll data for the current week are as follows: hours worked, 46 federal income tax withheld, \$350;

asked by RIkci on April 23, 2012
34. accounting

Phil Phoenix is paid monthly. For the month of January of the current year, he earned a total of \$8,288. The FICA tax rate for social security is 6.2% and the FICA tax rate for Medicare is 1.45%. The FUTA tax rate is 0.8%, and the SUTA tax rate is 5.4%.

asked by ann on April 28, 2013

How much tax must be sent to the IRS for the first quarter if the annual income is \$63,000.00, Social Security is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9% and federal income tax rate is 22%?

asked by lucie on January 6, 2011
36. Economics

The marginal tax rate is defined as the extra taxes paid on additional income divided by the increase in income. Calculate the marginal tax rate for the proportional tax system as income rises from \$50,000 to \$100,000. Calculate the marginal tax rate as

asked by Sally on November 13, 2006
37. math

Solve the following problem using 6.2%, up to \$106,800, for social security tax and 1.45%, no wage limit, for Medicare tax. Kristy Dunaway has biweekly gross earnings of \$1,750. What are her total social security and Medicare tax withholdings for a whole

asked by Anonymous on March 14, 2014
38. accounting

An employee earns \$20 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 55 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled \$29,000. Assume further that the social

asked by mary on April 2, 2016

Phil Phoenix is paid monthly. For the month of January of the current year, he earned a total of \$8,288. The FICA tax rate for social security is 6.2% and the FICA tax rate for Medicare is 1.45%. The FUTA tax rate is 0.8%, and the SUTA tax rate is 5.4%.

asked by heaven on March 11, 2013

Juanita is the self-employed owner of Juanita's Linens. Her estimated annual earnings are \$73,040 and she expects to pay 27% of this amount in income tax. What will be her quarterly estimated tax payment for the third quarter? (For self-employed persons,

asked by anoymous on February 22, 2014
41. math

Juanita is the self-employed owner of Juanita's Linens. Her estimated annual earnings are \$73,040 and she expects to pay 27% of this amount in income tax. What will be her quarterly estimated tax payment for the third quarter? (For self-employed persons,

asked by anoymous on February 22, 2014
42. fin534

In order to expand its business, Auto Parts Distributing, Inc., is considering the purchase of four pickup trucks at a total cost of \$180,000. The company expects to keep these trucks for four years, then sell them. The company expects these trucks to

asked by jan on May 30, 2011
43. math

The tooal amount of interest on a loan of 6,000 for 150 days is 210.50.using the ordinary interest(360 days)method,what is the rate of interest on the loan.Round off answer to the nearest hundredth. I think it is 8.42% Darrell owns a consulting business

asked by jon on January 9, 2011
44. mathematical app's

having problem with question47. Darrell owns a consulting business and has an estimated annual income of \$63,000. his social security tax is 12.4%, medicare is 2.9%, and his estimated federal income tax rate is 22%. how much quarterly estimated tax must

asked by Diane on February 13, 2010
45. Mathematics

Mr.Allen has a wife and 3 kids.His monthly salary during the year 2007 was \$7500. a)Calculate his annual salary \$90,000 is this right? Information on calculating income tax for 2007 is shown in the table shown Allowances:Husband-\$10,000,Wife-\$5000, Each

asked by Sarah on June 23, 2009
46. Government US

Which of the following is true of social security and Medicare? a. Eligibility requirements make sure that all social security beneficiaries have an absolute economic need for the benefit. b. Spending on Medicare and social security exceeds the total of

asked by HM on October 10, 2011
47. ACC 105

Employee Form W-2 Information Roach, Kelly Volpe, Ralph Myer, Randi Ford, Kenneth Carmen, Chrissy Zuber, Hal 1. Wages, tips, other compensation 2. Federal income tax withheld 3. Social security wages 4. Social security taxes withheld 5. Medicare wages and

asked by KAYLA on July 7, 2011
48. math

Compute the hurdle rate above based on the following.1. Note payable bank \$2,000,000.00 with rate of 7.5%, The company has a tax rate of 30%.2. Bank Mortgage Loan \$1,000,000.00 with rate of 6% The company has a tax rate of 30%.3. Preferred stock

asked by Terry on November 19, 2015
49. Accounting

Kelly B. Roach Single, 1 Allowance \$415/week Deduction for 401(k) plan 50/week Annual Taxes Withheld 1,337.96 Social Security tax withheld 313.04 Medicare tax withheld 662.48 State Income tax withheld 928.20 Local Income tax withheld Ralph Volpe Married, 1

asked by Michelle on November 27, 2011
50. finance

Please review the following case and use it as the basis for your analysis for this unit. Pay careful attention to the situation and note the specific events as they might apply to the information from your chapter. You will use this data to form the basis

asked by lee on March 5, 2011
51. finance

Please review the following case and use it as the basis for your analysis for this unit. Pay careful attention to the situation and note the specific events as they might apply to the information from your chapter. You will use this data to form the basis

asked by lee on March 5, 2011
52. math

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Mary's next weekly paycheck of \$1,780 if she has already earned \$32,040 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by reva on December 22, 2014
53. Math

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Lily's next monthly paycheck of \$3,260 if she has already earned \$29,340 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by Shai on September 8, 2014
54. Math

What will be the total deduction for social SECURITY and MEDICARE taxes on Amishi's next weekly paycheck of \$700 if she has already earned \$22,400 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. MEDICARE tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by Tonya on September 5, 2014
55. Math

1. An assessment rate is 47%. The property tax is \$39.94 per \$1,000. What is the effective tax rate? Round to the nearest tenth of percent. 2. A property tax rate is \$7.79 per \$100 of assessed value. what is the tax rate as a decimal? Please help.

asked by Mer on April 14, 2014
56. government(taxes)

I am looking for a list of California state taxes. So far this all I have: 1) Sales Tax 2) Trash tax 3) Electricity tax 4) State income tax 5) Gasoline tax 6) Property tax 7) Federal telephone excise tax 8) Excise tax 9) social security tax 10)

asked by lou on August 3, 2008

Prior to the last weekly payroll period of the calendar year, the cumulative earnings of employees A and B are \$99,350 and \$91,000 respectively. Their earnings for the last completed payroll period of the year are \$850 each. The amount of earning subject

asked by Peaches on December 7, 2009
58. Finance (after-tax cost)

Assuming a tax rate of 50%, the after-tax cost of a \$200,000 dividend payment is? A. \$200,000 B. \$100,000 C. \$-100,000 D. none of the above O.K., given a \$200,000 after-tax dividend payment and a 50% tax bracket. That means the company had at least

asked by Jason on July 26, 2008
59. math

a income of 63000.00 his social security tax is 12.4%, medicare is 2.9% and his estimated federal income tax rate is 22%. how much quarterly estimated tax must his send to the irs for the quarter

asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2010

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Rony's next semimonthly paycheck of \$3,960.00, if she has already earned \$42,560.00 this year? (Social security tax is 6.2% of gross wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of

asked by Vic on October 17, 2015
61. Math

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Rony's next semimonthly paycheck of \$3,960, if she has already earned \$42,560 this year? (Social security tax is 6.2% of gross wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all

asked by anoymous on February 23, 2014
62. finance dividend payment

Assuming a tax rate of 50%, the after-tax cost of a \$200,000 dividend payment is? A. \$200,000 B. \$100,000 C. \$-100,000 D. none of the above please talk me through this one ...I am completely lost

asked by Jason on July 25, 2008
63. everest

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Juanita's next weekly paycheck of \$720 if she has already earned \$10,800 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by lenny on June 8, 2014
64. math

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Juanita's next weekly paycheck of \$720 if she has already earned \$10,800 this year? Social security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by Anonymous on March 8, 2014

What will be the total deduction for social security and Medicare taxes on Juanita's next weekly paycheck of \$720 if she has already earned \$10,800 this year? Social Security tax is 6.2% of wages up to \$106,800. Medicare tax is 1.45% of all wages.

asked by Dena on December 2, 2014
66. Accounting

During the week ended May 15, 2013, Scott Fairchild worked 40 hours. His regular hourly rate is \$31. Assume that his earnings are subject to social security tax at a rate of 6.20 percent and Medicare tax at a rate of 1.45 percent. He also has deductions of

asked by Marissa on April 15, 2014
67. college

I need help on how to figure out what is the tax rate for 5.8% on 107,700.00 for social security

asked by norma casarez on October 24, 2010
68. fundamentals of accounting 1

journalizing payroll transactions, for Keller Systems;Inc, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,\$532.00; social security tax,\$634.88; and medicare tax,\$148.48. paid cash for semimonthly

asked by mel on October 14, 2013
69. finance

Knight has a property tax base with an appraised value consisting of \$142,000,000 of taxable real property and \$78,000,000 of taxable personal property. The assessment ratio is 50%. Exemptions for the elderly reduce assessed value by \$3,000,000. The city

asked by angela on September 9, 2012
70. Math

Amanda Sabino's taxable income is \$20,900.00. How much will she pay in state tax? Tax Table- First \$2,000: 2.0% rate Next \$4,000: 3.0% rate Next \$4,000: 4.5% rate Over \$10,000: 6.0% rate My answer-\$1254 Am I correct? Thank you!!

asked by N. on March 21, 2015
71. Accounting

Using the data in situation a of Exercise 11-6, prepare the employer’s September 30 journal entries to record (1) salary expense and its related payroll liabilities for this employee and (2) the employer’s payroll taxes expense and its related

asked by Debbie on July 18, 2008

part 1 June 30, 2008/2007 Assets Cash- 34,700/23,500 accounts receivable- 101,600/92,300 inventory- 146,300/142,100 Investment-0/50,000 Land-145,000/0 equipment- 215,000/175,500 accumulated depreciation- (53,400)/ (41,300) 2008= 594,000 /2007=442,100

asked by gabrielle on November 19, 2008

Family Flowers employs 17 people, of whom 14 earn gross pay of \$640 each and 3 earn gross pay of \$720 each on a weekly basis. What is the employer

asked by Jerrick Chaffin on November 24, 2014
74. Math

Jane lives in Middleton, where the tax rate is 2.9%. Her property is assessed at \$89,000. What is her tax? Find the total tax deductions for each of the following weekly paychecks. weekly pay \$98.00 \$240.00 \$150.00 FICA (7.65) ? ? ? Which item is more

asked by Dev on January 12, 2010
75. tax accounting

bruce wilson won 2 million in the state lottery. the lottery pays out the prize money in 20 annual installments of 100,000 each. After receiving three 100,000 installments, bruce sold the remaining 1.7 million of payments for 1 million. He wants to report

asked by will smithe on June 9, 2011
76. math

1.Social Security laws allow you can collect full social security benefits at age 67 however; the law allows you to retired early at age 62 with a 30% reduced rate of benefits. If your full benefits were \$1,000 a month, what would your reduced amount be at

asked by anonymous on January 16, 2012
77. math

1.Social Security laws allow you can collect full social security benefits at age 67 however; the law allows you to retired early at age 62 with a 30% reduced rate of benefits. If your full benefits were \$1,000 a month, what would your reduced amount be at

asked by anonumous on January 17, 2012
78. History

I am home schooled and I am suppose to ask people their ideas on how to solve the Social Security problem. It says in my book the population of working Americans is not growing quickly enough to fund continued increases in Social Security spending. At some

asked by Meghan on September 11, 2014
79. accounting 1

help with journalizing payroll transactions and filling on the cash payments journal, may 15, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,\$532.00; social security tax,\$634.88; and medicare

asked by mel on October 14, 2013
80. accounting 1

help with journalizing payroll transactions and filling on the cash payments journal, may 15, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,\$532.00; social security tax,\$634.88; and medicare

asked by mel on October 14, 2013
81. payroll

An employee's rate of pay is \$40.00 per hour, with time and a half for all hours worked in excess of 40 during a week. The following data are available: Allowances claimed on W-4 4 Allowance amount allowed:\$70 ea. Hours worked this week 50 Y T D Earnings

asked by jim on July 1, 2012
82. CPa

A company makes an investment of \$150,000 with a useful life of 10 years and expects to use this investment to generate \$300,000 in sales with \$280,000 in incremental operating costs. If the company operates in an environment with a 30% tax rate, what are

asked by Anonymous on November 11, 2010
83. Finance

A company makes an investment of \$150,000 with a useful life of 10 years and expects to use this investment to generate \$300,000 in sales with \$280,000 in incremental operating costs. If the company operates in an environment with a 30% tax rate, what are

asked by john on August 10, 2010
84. Math

Kate Alexander worked 40 hours last week. Her pay rate is \$8.50 per hour. Assuming 7.65% social security withholding, how much should her employer withhold from her check for social security?

asked by LEX on September 10, 2013
85. college finance

37. Morage Corp. is replacing an entire baking line that was purchased for \$420,000 and currently has a book value of \$60,000. The new, more efficient line, will cost \$940,000 installed and can be depreciated as a 7-year MACRS asset. With the increased

asked by Lisa on April 20, 2009
86. accounting

kathy burnett works for trinity industries. Her pay rate is 12.84 per hour and receives overtime pay at one and one-half times her regular hourly rate for any hours worked beyond 40 in a week. During the pay period that ended December 31,2013, Kathy worked

asked by Anonymous on June 15, 2012
87. accounting

kathy burnett works for trinity industries. Her pay rate is 12.84 per hour and receives overtime pay at one and one-half times her regular hourly rate for any hours worked beyond 40 in a week. During the pay period that ended December 31,2013, Kathy worked

asked by tracy on June 15, 2012
88. Government US

The primary reason that the existence of Social Security greatly lessens the demand for other forms of social welfare is that a. Social Security is so popular that many people believe other welfare programs are neither necessary nor desirable. WRONG b. the

asked by HM on October 10, 2011
89. economics

Suppose the income tax rate schedule is 0 percent on the first \$10,000; 10 percent on the next \$20,000; 20 percent on the next \$20,000; 30 percent on the next \$20,000; and 40 percent on any income over \$70,000. Family A earns \$28,000 a year and Family B

asked by Margary on June 23, 2009
90. micro economic

The sales tax rate applied to all purchases within a state was 0.04 (4 percent) throughout 2006 but increased to 0.05 (5 percent) during all of 2007. The state government collected all taxes due, but its tax revenues were equal to \$40 million each year.

asked by Anonymous on October 17, 2010
91. math

2. The sales tax rate applied to all purchases within a state was 0.04 (4 percent) throughout 2006 but increased to 0.05 (5 percent) during all of 2007. The state government collected all taxes due, but its tax revenues were equal to \$40 million each year.

asked by tony on June 20, 2013
92. Taxtation

Another client, Ms. Dunham, has asked you to help her understand how her tax is computed. You need to provide Ms. Dunham with the following: An example of how to calculate the tax liability using the tax rate table and the tax rate formula for a taxpayer

asked by Micheal on October 15, 2014
93. accounting

You trade equipment in 2010 and pay a \$10,000 cash boot for similar equipment with a fair market value of \$20,000. The transaction cost is \$100. You paid \$25,000 for your old equipment. The depreciation deduction allowed for tax purposes on the old

asked by janai preister on June 26, 2011
94. Economics

1) In which of the following situations would someone have to pay a gift tax? A. A relative dies and leaves you \$13,000 in the will. B. Your cousin gives you a car worth \$1,700. C. Your grandmother gives you \$13,000 toward college.

asked by Halima on July 6, 2012
95. Economics

Suppose that the residents of Vegopia spend all of their income on cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. In 2006 they buy 100 heads of cauliflower for \$200, 50 bunches of broccoli for \$75, and 500 carrots for \$50. In 2007, they buy 75 heads of cauliflower

asked by Sarah on April 2, 2007
96. financial accounting and reporting

january 01,2007 Mr.A started a business with cash Rs.3000,000 Bank RS.4000,000, Building Rs.3000,000,Laptop Rs.80,000, Desktop computers Rs.50,000,Fax machine Rs.100,000,Simple calculators Rs.5,000, Financial calculators Rs.10,000, Printer Rs.35,000,

asked by saedd on November 29, 2010
97. Income Tax - Accounting. Help Me Please.

Tax Rates, latesha, a single taxpayer, had the following income and deductions for the year 2009. INCOME Salary \$60,000 Business Income \$25,000 Intrest income(bonds)\$10,000 Tax-exempt bond interes \$ 5,000 ________ TOTAL INCOME \$100,000 DEDUCTIONS: Business

asked by austin on October 1, 2010
98. ACC 233-INCOME TAX

Tax Rates, latesha, a single taxpayer, had the following income and deductions for the year 2009. INCOME Salary \$60,000 Business Income \$25,000 Intrest income(bonds)\$10,000 Tax-exempt bond interes \$ 5,000 ________ TOTAL INCOME \$100,000 DEDUCTIONS: Business

asked by austin on September 30, 2010
99. accounting

In 2007, Paul who is single has a comfortable salary from his job as well as income from his investment portfolio. However, he is habitually late in filing his federal income tax return. He did not file his 2007 income tax return until November 30, 2008

asked by Mikki on February 8, 2009
100. Ecnomics

Social Security Question As one's income rises, the % of income paid in Social Security tax increases. decreases. remains constant. fluctuates. I don't know if it is increases, or decreases, but I know it isn't one of the last 2

asked by Chris on September 22, 2009