Essay about Goal and Jessie Robinson

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Assignment 2: Financial Planning (25.0 points) 1. Describe one short-term goal that you have and at least one thing you will need to do in order to accomplish that goal. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points) One short term goal I have is to have a good GPA on my Progress Report, the one thing I’ll have to do to accomplish that is to do all my work in each class. 2. Describe one long-term goal that you have and at least two things you will need to do in order to accomplish that goal. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points) My long-term goal is to be famous; two things I will have to do to accomplish that are to get my entertainment permit and find a manager and or an agent. 3. Describe two of your long-term financial goals, and explain why these…show more content…
Make sure the Save in drop-down list is set to your Section_2 folder. If not, click the drop-down list, then click Local Disk (C:), then double-click your course folder, and then double-click the Section_2 folder. d. In the Name: field, type Example_1040EZ followed by your initials. e. Click Save. 9. Follow the instructions below to fill out the 1040EZ form using Jessie Robinson's information. Be sure to save your work! (5.0 points for completing the 1040EZ form correctly according to the instructions below) TIP: You can refer to Section 2, Lesson 2 for help in filling out the form. a. Fill out the Income section of the 1040EZ form, using the following information: i. The gross income information from Jessie Robinson's W-2 form. TIP: This is the amount from question 7b above. ii. This employer was Jessie's only source of income. iii. Jessie had no taxable interest. iv. Jessie was not an Alaska resident. v. Jessie has no spouse and can't be claimed as a dependent by someone else. b. Fill out the Payments, Credits, and Tax section of the 1040EZ form using the following information: i. The federal income tax withholding information from Jessie's W-2 form. TIP: This is the amount from question 7c above. Social Security tax and Medicare tax are not important to the 1040EZ form. ii. Jessie can't be claimed as a dependent by anyone else. iii. Jessie is not claiming the Earned Income Credit. iv. Jessie is not a member of the U.S. Armed Forces who served in a
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