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Arlington Company had a balance in Deferred Tax Liability of on December 31, 2006, resulting from depreciation timing differences. Differences in tax and accounting depreciationfor assets purchased on January 1, 2004, are as follows:FinancialTaxYearDepreciationDepreciation2006$ 4,000$ 6,80020074,0005,20020084,0002,40020094,0001,600,000,000In addition...

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Highlights of Bob McIntyre in 'Tax Me If You Can'

Feb 19, 2004

PBS's Frontline "Tax Me If You Can"

Highlights of the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy's Bob McIntyre discussing tax evasion and corporate income tax rates.

For more information check out PBS's site at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/tax/ or check out ITEP's site at http://www.itepnet.org/.

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ACC 545 Week 5 Individual Assignment Lee Corporation Equity Scenario - Fast Delivery

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Lee Corporation, a U.S. company, began operations on January 1, 2004.

During its first 3 years of operations, Lee reported net income and declared dividends as follows.

Net income  Dividends declared

2004   $ 40,000   $ –0–

2005   125,000   50,000

2006   160,000   50,000

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On December 31, 2004, Fisher Bakery reported a deferred tax liability of ,025, based on the following schedule of future taxable amounts and enacted tax rates:

Year Taxable Amounts Enacted Tax Rate

2005 ,000 30%

2006 2,000 30%

2007 1,500 35%

On February 7, 2005, Congress amended a previously passed tax law....

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