   Chapter 18.III, Problem 22RE ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

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Section ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447
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# As a newly hired IRS trainee, you have been asked to calculate the amount of tax refund or tax owed for the following taxpayers. Tax Tax Other Refund/ Owe Name Liability Credits Taxes Payments (circle one) Amount 22. Hayward $3,229$750 0 $3,130 Refund/Owe To determine To calculate: The amount of tax refund or tax owed of person H if the tax liability is$3,229, tax credits is $750 and other taxes is$0 and payments are $3,130. Explanation Given Information: The person H the tax liability is$3,229, tax credits is $750 and other taxes is$0 and payments are \$3,130.

Formula used:

The formulas used for the calculation are listed below:

The total tax is calculated by the formula given below:

Total tax=tax liability tax credits + other taxes

To check the amount is tax refund or tax owed. It is needed to see the difference between total payments and total tax. If the tax payments are greater than total taxes, the difference is tax refund and if the tax payments are less than total taxes, the difference is tax owed.

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 credits are the amount of dollar subtracted from the tax liability.

The followings steps are used to calculate

Step 1: The total tax is calculated by the formula given below:

So,

Total tax=tax liability tax credits + other taxes

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