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Chapter 19: Accounting for Income Taxes

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Intermediate Accounting (Kieso)
Pages: 1052 - 1115

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103 Questions for Chapter 19: Accounting for Income Taxes

  1. Lee Company’s current income taxes payable related to its taxable income for 2017 is $320,000. In addition, Lee’s deferred tax liability increased $40,000 and its deferred tax asset increased $10,000 during 2017. What is Lee’s income tax expense for 2017?

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  2. How are deferred tax assets and deferred tax liabilities reported on the balance sheet?

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  3. At the end of the year, Falabella Co. has pretax financial income of $550,000. Included in the $550,000 is $70,000 interest income on municipal bonds, $25,000 fine for dumping hazardous waste, and depreciation of $60,000. Depreciation for tax purposes is $45,000. Compute income taxes payable, assuming the tax rate is 30% for all periods.

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  4. Addison Co. has one temporary difference at the beginning of 2017 of $500,000. The deferred tax liability established for this amount is $150,000, based on a tax rate of 30%. The temporary difference will provide the following taxable amounts: $100,000 in 2018, $200,000 in 2019, and $200,000 in 2020. If a new tax rate for 2020 of 20% is enacted into law at the end of 2017, what is the journal entry necessary in 2017 (if any) to adjust deferred taxes?

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  5. What are some of the reasons that the components of income tax expense should be disclosed and a reconciliation between the effective tax rate and the statutory tax rate be provided?

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  6. Differentiate between “loss carryback” and “loss carryforward.” Which can be accounted for with the greater certainty when it arises? Why?

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  7. What are the possible treatments for tax purposes of a net operating loss? What are the circumstances that determine the option to be applied? What is the proper treatment of a net operating loss for financial reporting purposes?

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  8. What controversy relates to the accounting for net operating loss carryforwards?

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  9. What is an uncertain tax position, and what are the general guidelines for accounting for uncertain tax positions?

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  10. The amount of income taxes due to the government for a period of time is rarely the amount reported on the income statement for that period as income tax expense. Instructions (a) Explain the objectives of accounting for income taxes in general-purpose financial statements.

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