# ACC 330 FINAL EXAM 1

Pages: 2 (537 words) Published: April 15, 2015
﻿ACC 330 FINAL EXAM

Student Name: Dominic Razzano

Part A.

Dependency Questions: (20 points)

1. Determine whether Kathleen is a dependent and explain why or why not?

No, she is not because yes she is a full-time student, but she is over the age of 24.

2. Determine whether Mrs. Clyente’s father is a dependent and explain why or why not?

No, her father isn’t due to his income from social security being more than \$3,950 and he doesn’t live with the family. 3. Determine whether Mr. Clyente’s mother is a dependent and explain why or why not?

Yes, due to Mr. Clyente’s mothers expenses are paid for in full.

4. Determine whether Jennifer is a dependent and explain why or why not?

Yes, she is because she is considered a qualifying child.

5. Determine whether Nathan is a dependent and explain why or why not?

Yes, he is because he is considered a qualifying child.

6. Determine whether Nathan’s care provider is a dependent and explain why or why not?

No, she isn’t because she isn’t a qualifying child or relative.

Part B.

Calculation Problems:

1. Calculate the Clyente’s Adjusted Gross Income (Must show all of your work for partial credit /25 points)

2. Calculate the Clyente’s Taxable Income (5 points)

3. Calculate the Clyente’s Deduction for AGI (Must show your work for partial credit /10 points)

4. Calculate the Clyente’s deductions from AGI (Must show your work for partial credit /25 points)

Part C.

Short Response Questions (5 points each)

1. Dick and Jane are divorced in 2013. At the time of the divorce, Dick had a lawsuit pending. He had filed suit against a former employer for overtime pay. As part of a divorce agreement, Dick agreed to pay Jane one-half of the proceeds from the lawsuit. In 2014, Dick collected \$250,000 from the former employer and paid Jane \$125,000. What are the tax consequences for Dick receiving the \$250,000 and then paying Jane the \$125,000?

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