TAX 655 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric Overview The final


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Hi, I’m hoping you can help me again only this time with my Corporate Taxation course. I’ve attached the final project guidelines. I’m currently working on milestone one but would like it if you could help me with the entire project. The deadlines would be; milestone one March 18th, milestone two April 1st, milestone three April 7th and milestone four April 22nd. The price I’m suggesting, though is for the entire project. Is this something you could take on? 8 pages tax655_final_project_guidelines_and_rubric.pdf TAX 655 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a memorandum with an appendix of supporting IRS forms and schedules. Working as an accounting associate in a financial organization requires the ability to apply accounting knowledge in unique ways. Being able to identify issues and communicate them effectively with members of your team and clients is essential for any financial career working in a privately held enterprise or working with privately held clients. In the final project, you will demonstrate your ability to communicate your tax efficient investment and business strategy recommendations to a client. Your proposed strategy could save the client and his family millions of dollars over time, so it is imperative that you utilize your tax research skills and maintain compliance with all governing rules and regulations. The project is divided into four milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Two, Four, Five, and Seven. The comprehensive memorandum with appendix will be submitted in Module Nine. The project will address the following course outcomes: Recommend appropriate taxable entities, based on comprehensive tax research, for new businesses resulting in optimum solutions that meet clients’ desired economic outcomes Evaluate tax consequences between liquidating and non-liquidating corporate distributions for identifying their impact on clients’ tax returns consistent with governing rules and regulations Apply best practices in accounting and moral reasoning for liquidating a business resulting in the best economic solution for the owner Illustrate solutions for addressing tax consequences resulting from gifts and inheritances, while maintaining compliance with governing rules and regulations Prepare appropriate tax returns as they apply to various business entities that result in the best economic solution for clients Prompt You are working as an accountant at a mid-size CPA firm. One of your clients is Bob Jones. Bob’s personal information is as follows: DOB: October 10, 1952 SSN: 444-00-4444 Marital Status: Single Home Address: 5100 Lakeshore Drive, Pensacola, FL 32502 Bob has a very successful used car business located at 210 Ocean View Drive in Pensacola, Florida. Last year, you filed a Schedule C for Bob that had $1,200,000 in taxable income. The business will have an income growth rate of 10% per year over the next several years. Bob’s personal wealth, including investments in land, stocks, and bonds, is about $14,000,000. Last year, he reported interest income of $20,000 and dividend income of $6,000. The $14,000,000 includes land worth $9,000,000 that Bob bought in 1966 for $450,000. The stocks and bonds have a tax basis of $1,200,000 and they are currently worth $5,000,000. All of the investments have been owned for more than a year. In addition to his investments, Bob paid $140,000 for his home in 1972 and it is now worth $600,000. The used car business is currently valued at $53,000,000 including the land and building, which are worth $41,000,000. Bob’s tax basis in the land and building is $2,000,000 and $400,000, respectively. The inventory is worth $12,000,000, with a cost basis of $5,000,000; the remaining assets, which include office furniture and equipment, make

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