   Chapter 18.III, Problem 16RE ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

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Section ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

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Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447
Textbook Problem

# Use the Tax Computation Worksheet, Exhibit 18-4, to calculate the tax liability for the following taxpayers earning $100,000 or above. Name Filing Status Taxable Income Tax Liability 16. Dylewski Married, Jointly$121,430 ________

To determine

To calculate: The tax liability for the tax payer Dylewski whose taxable income is $121,430. Explanation Given Information: The Person Dylewski has filed as a filing of marriage jointly with the taxable income of$121,430.

Calculation:

Taxable income is defined as the income to which tax rates are functional in order to discover the total amount of tax payable for the year. Tax table is defined as the table which is used to find the income tax whose earnings are more than $100,000. The followings steps are used to calculate Step 1: The Person Dylewski has filed as a filing of marriage jointly and in the tax computation sheet, this category is under section B. Step 2: Reading down the table EXHIBIT 18-4 for taxable income. The taxable income of Dylewski is in the range Atleast$100,000 but not over \$148,850

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