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Z&C has two support departments, A1 and A2, and two operating departments, B1 and B2.
Z&C has decided to use the direct method and allocate variable A1 dept. costs based on the
number of transactions and fixed A1 dept. costs based on the number of employees. A2 dept.
variable costs will be allocated based on the number of service requests and fixed costs will be
allocated based on the number of computers.
The following information is provided:
(CH 8, 2.5 Marks)
Support Departments
Operating Departments
A1
A2
B1
B2
Total Department variable costs
5,000
6,000
38,000
21,000
Total department fixed costs
5,800
11,000
42,000
18,000
Number of transactions
15
18
80
45
Number of employees
5
7
15
12
Number of service requests
12
7
15
10
Number of computers
6
8
10
12
Allocate variable and fixed costs.
Answer:
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Assignment (3)
Deadline: Saturday 30/4/2022 @ 23:59
Course Name: Tax and Zakat Accounting
Student’s Name:
Course Code: ACCT 422
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Semester: 2nd
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Academic Year: 1443 H
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Instructor’s Name: Dr. Mohammed Arshad Khan
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Assignment 3
Q.1- Mr. A and Mrs. B are married and have two dependent children. X & Y, They also fully support
Mrs. B’s mother who lives with them and has no income. Their 2012 tax and other related
information is as follows: (2.5 marks)
Particulars
Amount in $
Value of premiums for $ 100000 of group term life insurance provided by employer
2,000
Gift from A’S parents
60,000
Dividend income—from ABC stock,
8,000
Loan from A’S parents
20,000
Total salaries
640,000
Bank account interest income
14,000
Gain from the sale of qualified small business stock acquired in 2010
60,000
Total itemized deductions
64,000
Municipal bond interest income
6,000
Value of employer provided medical insurance
22,000
Required: Compute Mr. A and Mrs.B Taxable income. (Show all calculations in proper /good form.)
Solution:
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Q.2- Mr. Abdullah’s medical and personal expenses include the following: (2.5 mark)
Particulars
Prescription drugs
Eyeglasses
Doctors’ fees
Hospital fees
Food for personal use (expenses)
Travel allowances
General purpose vitamins
Medical premiums
Visitors fees
Recreation fees
Club fess
Amount in $
2,400
1,400
8,000
13,400
4,000
10,000
400
43,400
2,000
5,000
2,000
Abdullah’s AGI for the year is $ 132,000. He is single and age 56. Insurance company reimburses
none of the medical costs and other related items.
After considering the AGI floor, what will be Abdullah’s medical expense deduction?
Answer:
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Q.3 In the year 2013, PQR Corporation had the following items of income, expense, gains, and
losses: (2 mark)
Particulars
Sales
Account payable
Interest on savings account
Plant & Machinery
Equipment
Operating expenses
Furniture and Fixture
Gain on sale of AT&T stock
Loss on sale of IBM stock
Building
Motor vehicle
Cost of sales
Amount in $
2,000,000
600,000
56,000
600,000
300,000
400,000
400,000
24,000
60,000
400,000
200,000
1,080,000
What is taxable income of PQR Corporation’s for the year?
Answer: –
Q-4-To make income taxable, income must be realized and recognized. Explain in your own words
the difference between income realization and income recognition, and then provide a short
numerical example to indicate the difference (Don’t copy the same numerical example from other
students. Numerical example must be differ). (2 mark)
Answer
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Q5. If a NOL (net operating loss) is incurred, when would a taxpayer elect to forgo the carryback
period and only carry the loss deduction forward? (1 marks)

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