Problem 1 On 1 of January 2013 ABC company anounced Stock


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the following questions in details; 1. These are NSO and he buys them on March 2014 when the marker price is $30 a share and sells them in 2016 at $40 a share. What are the tax consiquences for CFO and for the ABC Co. 2. These are ISO and he buys them on March 2014 when the marker price is $30 a share and sells them in 2016 at $40 a share. What are the tax consiquences for CFO and for the ABC Co. 3 These are ISO and he buys them on March 2014 when the marker price is $30 a share and sells them in June 2014 at $40 a share. What are the tax consiquences for CFO and for the ABC Co. Problem 2 1-Mr. B’s 19-year-old son receives a $6,000 scholarship to X University. In the same year, Mr. B provides $4,500 to his son as the only other support. The other dependency tests are met. Is Mr. B entitled to claim his son as a dependent on his current-year return? Explain your answer legally ( sec from IRC!) Problem 3 Allison is the sole shareholder of Destiny Corporation, which operates a travel agency for business travelers. Allison would like the corporation to donate some used computers to a local private school dedicated to the education of young ladies. The private school is a tax-exempt organization that qualifies donors for the charitable deduction. The corporation purchased the computers two years ago for a total cost of $90,000, and for tax purposes expensed this entire amount in the year of the purchase under the first-year expensing rule of Section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code. Currently the fair market value of the computers is $40,000. Allison has asked you to determine what the corporation’s tax deduction will be for this donation. The corporation’s taxable income is sufficient for it deduct up to $50,000 in charitable contributions. Using internet sources, find the answer to her question. kara4ever
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