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Reba Dixon is a fifth-grade schoolteacher who earned a salary of $38,000 in 2017. She is 45 years old and has been divorced for four years. She receives $1,200 of alimony payments each month from her former husband. Reba also rents out a small apartment building. This year Reba received $30,000 of rental payments from tenants and she incurred $19,500 of expenses associated with the rental. Reba and her daughter Heather (20 years old at the end of the year) moved to Georgia in January of this year. Reba provides more than one-half of Heather’s support. They had been living in Colorado for the past 15 years, but ever since her divorce, Reba has been wanting to move back to Georgia to be closer to her family. Luckily, last December, a teaching position opened up and Reba and Heather decided to make the move. Reba paid a moving company $2,010 to move their personal belongings, and she and Heather spent two days driving the 1,426 miles to Georgia. During the trip, Reba paid $200 for lodging and $85 for meals. Reba’s mother was so excited to have her daughter and granddaughter move back to Georgia that she gave Reba $3,000 to help out with the moving costs. Reba rented a home in Georgia. Heather decided to continue living at home with her mom, but she started attending school full-time in January at a nearby university. She was awarded a $3,000 partial tuition scholarship this year, and Reba helped out by paying the remaining $500 tuition cost. If possible, Reba thought it would be best to claim the education credit for these expenses. Reba wasn’t sure if she would have enough items to help her benefit from itemizing on her tax return. However, she kept track of several expenses this year that she thought might qualify if she was able to itemize. Reba paid $2,800 in state income taxes and $6,500 in charitable contributions during the year. She also paid the following medical-related expenses for her and Heather: Insurance premiums $4,795 Medical care expenses 1,100 Prescription medicine 350 Nonprescription medicine 100 New contact lenses for Heather 200 Shortly after the move, Reba got distracted while driving and she ran into a street sign. The accident caused $900 in damage to the car and gave her whiplash. Because the repairs were less than her insurance deductible, she paid the entire cost of the repairs. Reba wasn’t able to work for two months after the accident. Fortunately, she received $2,000 from her disability insurance. Her employer, the Central Georgia School District, paid 60 percent of the premiums on the policy as a nontaxable fringe benefit and Reba paid the remaining 40 percent portion. A few years ago, Reba acquired several investments with her portion of the divorce settlement. This year she reported the following income from her investments: $2,200 of interest income from corporate bonds and $1,500 interest income from City of Denver municipal bonds. Overall, Reba’s stock portfolio appreciated by $12,000 but she did not sell any of her stocks. Heather reported $3,200 of interest income from corporate bonds she received as gifts from her father over the last several years. This was Heather’s only source of income for the year. Reba had $10,000 of federal income taxes withheld by her employer. Heather made $500 of estimated tax payments during the year. Reba did not make any estimated payments. Reba had qualifying insurance for purposes of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Required: Determine Reba’s federal income taxes due or taxes payable for the current year. Complete pages 1 and 2 of Form 1040 for Reba. a) Is Reba allowed to file as a head of household or single? b) Determine the amount of FICA taxes Reba was required to pay on her salary. c) Determine Heather’s federal income taxes due or payable.
I m running a daily deal e-commerce start up in India. I need to know how to bill my customers to charge GST and how to invoice the same to the merchants who sign up on our platform.
My son and I have five properties we rent out. Four are in San Francisco, one in London. We currently maintain our P&L on Google Sheets. We don't maintain a balance sheet. We store documents on Google Drive, and use Google Docs for word processing. We need ongoing advice on various issues, including the ones listed below. Periodic Reporting: * End of year processing * Preparation and submission of tax returns Maintaining Independence of Accounts: * What is the best way to separate the accounts from our personal accounts? We don't want the overhead of setting up a separate corporation * Provide for easy transfer of management annually between myself and my son. The idea is that he's in charge one year, then me the next, and so on Bookkeeping: * What accounting and bookkeeping tasks should we give to our administrative colleague Sara? * What is the best way to train Sara? Audit & Security: * How should we incorporate checks and balances, to reduce the chance that money is stolen or inadvertently misplaced? * How should we maintain our simple online systems so that money is unlikely to be stolen through malware exploits? * How should we back up our Google Docs-based environment? * What is the best way to check the data is valid? * Should we start double-entry bookkeeping, and have a balance sheet? We want to keep the system simple and easy to maintain International Taxation: * Should we retrospectively apply capital costs to the London property, amortize the depreciation, and send in adjusted tax returns? * How should we make the London reporting consistent with US reporting, for tax purposes? * I am resident both in San Francisco and London. I currently submit US tax returns. I am joint resident, and could starting submitting UK tax returns. Would it be better to submit UK rather than US tax returns? Miscellaneous: * What key management statistics should we review every month? * How should we best incorporate car port rental income?
Manage all accounts payable processes Process and submit AP vendor invoices for payment in a timely & accurate manner Oversee the accounts receivable process Process and Submit AR invoices to clients in a timely & accurate manner Resolve any billing-related inquiries on behalf of clients or vendors Upload all AP & AR invoices to third-party accounting program Prepare and reconcile Accounts Receivable statements to client records and resolve any discrepancies Prepare Accounts Receivable aging and resolution schedule Manage cash applications to ensure cash receipts are applied properly Maintain all accounting-related files Oversee allocation of invoices/expenses to the various funds and other inter-company charges Oversee the monthly processing of reimbursing Management for expenses Payroll Responsibilities Ensure weekly payroll is processed in an accurate, compliant, and timely manner for 300+ employees Processing of garnishments, wage withholding orders Ensure proper taxation of earnings in system Research and resolve payroll issues with employees Prepares and maintains all payroll related records and reports Assist in month-end, quarter, and annual accounting closures Prepare quarterly tax forms & payments Other duties as assigned Skills: Confidentiality Professional demeanor Quick to learn new programs Detail oriented with a strong focus on accuracy Strong communication skills - verbal and written Excellent computer skills . Detail oriented, well organized, independent, and proactive. Must be able to work in tight deadlines. Dedicated team player who is flexible and adaptable to change.