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Tax Planning Case
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A 4 page paper discussing the retirement plans of an executive with a small company. Mr. Burton owns 58,000 of the 100,000 outstanding shares of Mirkwood stock and wants to redeem only as many shares as the federal government will see as a sale instead of a dividend distribution. He seeks a sale that meets the requirements of a substantially disproportionate redemption. The paper calculates how many shares the company will need to redeem. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSacctTaxPlan.rtf

Tax Research Issue
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A 3 page paper assessing a scenario in which a businessman paid some of the debts of a separate failed business in which he was a shareholder but not a principal. The man wants to deduct the payments to reduce his own company's revenues. The paper uses Section 162 of the Internal Revenue Code and the cases of Welch v. Helvering (1933) and Kersting v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue (1999) to demonstrate why the payments are not deductible. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSacctTaxRes.rtf

Tax Treatment as Regards Investment Fraud
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4 pages in length. When monies are lost through theft or fraud and are not recompensed, at year-end the loss incurred can more than likely be deducted as a theft loss as reported on the federal income tax return. If investments result in a loss in which the partner of that investment was defrauded, the report of the full amount on the income tax statement can normally be reported as loss. This paper explains recourse action when faced with investment fraud as regards income tax treatment using a hypothetical case of investment fraud. The paper incorporates information from Robert S. Gertsell, 46 T.C. 161 (1966) and Michele Monteleone, 34 T.C. 688 (1960).
Filename: JGAtc161.rtf

Taxation Effects on Capital Structure and Dividend Policy
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A 4 page paper. Taxation reduces cash regardless of when it is paid, but the organization has the ability to minimize the total amount due, thereby retaining additional earnings that can be reinvested in the business or distributed to shareholders. The ability to alter tax bills legitimately rests in capital structure. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSfinTaxStck.rtf

TECHNOLOGIES, COMPUTERS AND PERSONAL FINANCE
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This 6-page paper discusses specific examples of how technology has impacted personal finance. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTperfin.rtf

Technology And Finance Management
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This 5 page paper explores the technology being used in business finance. The writer reports the results of a survey conducted by the National Society of Accountants, which indicates which accounting programs and platforms are being used most often. Virtual accounting is also discussed. Finally, there is a discussion regarding the technology that will be used more often in the future. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGtecfin.wps

Technology in Management Accounting
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A 6 page paper examining some of the ways that technology has influenced management accounting. Examples are from the manufacturing perspective, particularly as it applies to a Just-In-Time (JIT) system. Some authors believe that increased technology also increases risk, but the general attitude is that as technology continues to evolve, so will the capabilities of management accounting. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: KSmgAcctTech.rtf

Technology Use in Internal Auditing
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A 7 page paper discussing several ways that technology has enhanced auditing’s ability to provide greater value to the organization. CAATTs greatly increase the auditing product’s usefulness and reliability, for many can identify and highlight trends far more quickly than can people. Continuous monitoring of the data included in the audit process allows for nearly real-time audit reports and can detect detrimental trends far earlier, giving management more time to deal with whatever is creating the trend, and before the trend can become an insurmountable problem. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSacctAudTech.rtf


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