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Embery MBAA667 Module 14 Discussion latest 2016 August
14 Discussion: Tax Research
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Discussion Keyboard Key
Class discussions are an integral part of your learning in this course and the selected topics or questions will help sharpen your critical thinking and written communication skills as you study Federal Taxation The graded discussions focus on tax research
Twenty (20) percent of your course grade will come from your responses to these discussions based on your tax research submitted on time and as directed in the appropriate discussion forum A portion of the grade will come from responses to your peers
Tax Research
Go to the US Tax Court website wwwustaxcourtgov (Links to an external site) and spend some time exploring the website
What type of information can be found on the site?
Find a recent summary opinion or a memorandum decision
Briefly, describe the principal issue in the case and explain the Tax Court’s decision
Discuss the most significant points of the case
Attach the PDF file of the summary opinion or the memorandum decision
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Note: Discussion rubrics may be accessed by selecting the gear icon gearjpg above and choosing “show rubric” from the drop-down menu
Embery MBAA667 Module 23 Discussion latest 2016 August
23 Discussion: Gross Income
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Various Federal stimulus provisions were designed to assist state and local governments in borrowing funds, leveraging the gross income exclusion for such bond interest so that such jurisdictions would have increased access to funds One of the justifications for these provisions was that state and local governments cannot run budget deficits and cannot “print money,” so the recent recession put them in a difficult cash-flow position
Audits of the use of these borrowed funds showed that some of the bond proceeds were used by the jurisdictions to participate in “public-private partnerships,” where government funds were used to assist private entities in expanding in or relocating to the jurisdiction Specifically, bond proceeds were found to have been used to provide targeted road-building and utility construction projects to benefit large commercial entities
1 Is this an appropriate use of the gross income exclusion for state and local bond interest? Why or Why not?
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 33 Discussion latest 2016 August
33 Discussion: Deductions and Losses
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Earlier this year, Troy and Ann Hatten, two successful airline pilots made a cash investment for a limited partnership interest in a Florida orange grove farm In addition to the cash obtained from investors, the grove’s management borrowed a significant amount of money to purchase the assets required to operate the farm The Hatten’s investment adviser pointed out that their tax loss for the first year would be more than their initial cash investment The next several years would bring more losses The Hatten’s feel confident about their investment in the orange grove
1 Identify and discuss in detail the tax issues facing the Hattens
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date
Embery MBAA667 Module 43 Discussion latest 2016 August
43 Discussion: Property Transactions
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John started collecting model airplanes when he was just a young boy His collection consists of over 500 model airplanes, most of which were received as birthday gifts He is retiring this year and needs to downsize, therefore, he has decided to sell his collection He lists the model airplanes on an Internet auction site and receives an offer of $50,000 for the model airplane collection John sells the entire collection, except for the 3 newest airplanes purchased in the last year The remaining airplanes had all been owned by John for over a year
1 Discuss the tax factors John needs to consider in deciding how to report the sale
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 53 Discussion latest 2016 August
53 Discussion: Individual Taxation
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Mark and Amy Hatten, live in Pensacola, FL and have recently been experiencing problems with their marriage They have a 4-year-old daughter, Victoria who stays with Mark’s parents during the day, while both parents work Amy worked to support Mark while he attended flight school, and now she has been accepted to flight school in Melbourne, FL Amy has decided to divorce Mark She will move to Melbourne, FL and attend flight school Victoria will stay in Pensacola, FL because she is very attached to her grandparents and needs the excellent child care they provide Amy knows that Mark will expect her to contribute costs associated with raising Victoria Amy also feels she needs to receive cash for her share of the property accumulated during the marriage, in order to finance flight school She also feels she should receive some reimbursement for her support of Mark while he was in flight school Divorce proceedings are expected to take several months
1 Identify the relevant tax issues for Amy
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 63 Discussion latest 2016 August
63 Discussion: Corporate Taxation
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Vivian and her daughter Ivy have been working together in a spa called “Viva Bien” Vivian formed the business in 2001 as a sole proprietorship The business has become very successful over the years and Vivian’s tax accountant is recommending that she incorporate the business Business assets have a fair market value of $550,000 and a basis of $280,000 Vivian would like to give shares of stock to Ivy, because of her participation in the business
1 What are the relevant tax issues?
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 73 Discussion latest 2016 August
73 Discussion: Corporate Distributions and S Corporations
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Shannon Lundy is a 50% shareholder in Wing & Ground, Inc, an S corporation This year her share of Wing & Ground’s operating loss is $195,000 Shannon has income from several other sources
1 Identify and discuss the tax issues related to the effects of the S corporation loss on Shannon’s tax report?
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 83 Discussion latest 2016 August
83 Discussion: Partnership Taxation
3838 unread replies6060 repliesThe Vivori, LLC distributes the following assets to its member, Victoria:
• $20,000 cash
• Inventory valued at $20,000 and a $10,000 basis to the entity
• Land with a $30,000 value and a $35,000 basis to the entity
1 What issues must be considered in determining the Federal income tax treatment of the distribution?
2 Read the posts of your classmates on their chosen summary opinion or memorandum decision and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements
Embery MBAA667 Module 93 Discussion latest 2016 August
92 Discussion: Court Decisions
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1 In considering the validity of a prior court decision, assess the significance of the following independent scenarios and post your conclusions:
a A decision was rendered by the US District Court of Wyoming, the state in which the taxpayer lives
b A decision was rendered by the Court of Federal Claims The taxpayer lives in Wyoming
c A decision was rendered by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals The taxpayer lives in California
d A decision was rendered by the Supreme Court
e A decision was rendered by the Tax Court The IRS has acquiesced in the results
f A decision was rendered by the Tax Court The IRS has non-acquiesced in the result
2 Read the posts of your classmates and reply to at least two of your peers
3 Review the rubric which will be used to evaluate each discussion board posting for this course
It is highly recommended that you submit your initial post by midweek Posting in a timely manner offers your classmates sufficient opportunity to respond to you in this discussion
For full credit, respond to at least two of your classmates in the forum by the posted due date Review the grading rubric for detailed grading requirements

Research Problems
Research problems are designed to help you develop better professional research, writing, and critical thinking skills
Action
Using the Web or an online tax library, find one instance of each of the following:
• Letter Ruling
• Action on Decision
• IRS Notice
• Revenue Ruling
• Revenue Procedure
• Code Section
• Tax Regulation
• Tax treaty
• Tax Court Summary Opinion
• Tax Court Regular Decision
Give the full citation and a brief summary of the item
Format
Your document must be formatted in current APA style It will be checked throughTurnitin a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications
Submission
Before submitting, save your document using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description) Do not add punctuation or special characters
Several years ago, Vivian Wright exercised all of her stock options from a startup company she helped to establish The stock options netted Vivian $100 million dollars Since that time she has used an investment philosophy of steady, careful investment in a diversified portfolio She generally buys and holds most of her stock for over one year Each year she engages in multiple sales and purchases She buys securities both for their growth potential and dividend payments Since her investment activities have been taking up so much of her time, this year, she rented a suite of offices, hired three investment advisers, and 2 secretaries to help She also purchased several assets for the office, such as a new computer and office furniture
Vivian is now seeking some tax help Using the following partial list of research sources explain to Vivian if her activities are considered a business or an investment activity Please also, explain if the activities are deductions for or from AGI
• Higgins v CIR, 25 AFTR 1160, 41-1 USTC § 9233 (USSC, 1941)
• Estate of Louis Yaeger, Deceased, Judith Winters, Ralph Meisels, Abraham J Weber and the Bank of New York, 889 F2d 29, 89-2 USTC ¶ 9633(CA-2)
• Fredrick Mayer and Jan Perry Mayer, 67 TCM 2949 (1994)
• Rudolph W and Abbie A Steffler, 69 TCM 2940 (1995)
• Sec, 179
Make sure to explain the logic behind your decision
Format
Your document must be formatted in current APA style It will be checked throughTurnitin, a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications
Submission
Before submitting, save your document using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description) Do not add punctuation or special characters
Shawn Bernoulli formed Bernoulli Air Corporation on January 3 and immediately made the S election effective for year one Shawn contributed $50,000 in cash in exchange for 100% of Bernoulli Air’s stock The corporation also obtained a bank loan for $75,000 to help finance operations As is common with new businesses, Bernoulli Air had an ordinary loss of $60,000 in year 1 and $12,000 ordinary loss for year 2 Additionally in year two, Shawn and his wife Jana divorced and as part of the divorce settlement on March 31 of Year 2, Shawn gave Jana 50% of the Bernoulli Air stock In the third year, business operations did much better The corporation had earnings of $40,000 ordinary income
Using the following partial list of research sources, help Shawn determine the tax consequences of these events, in particular, the usage of the S corporation losses
• IRC Sec 1366
• Reg Sec 11366-2
Format
Your document must be formatted in current APA style It will be checked through Turnitin, a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications
Submission
Before submitting, save your document using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description) Do not add punctuation or special characters

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