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All right welcome back to another podcast with mr. Haggin and on this podcast we're going to look at some practice problems some sample or examples of calculating income taxes and we're going to use this three-step process down here that I talked about on a previous video and that is we're going to subtract away deductions that's going to be step 1 we're going to calculate taxes owed using a tax line that's going to be step 2 and then we're going to subtract away any tax credits that's going to be step 3 and then finally we'll calculate the average tax rate and the marginal tax rate at the end so let's let's get right into it and so let's do this example here where we have a family of four with two children and we're going to say that in this family mom earns $65,000 per year and that earns $65,000 per year and we're gonna have what's called a standard deduction so a deduction that's an important word standard deduction and in the old tax laws now this is changing I'm recording this at the beginning of 2022 and so there's a new tax law that just passed at this time and that's going to change the way deductions work that's not gonna change the way they work it's gonna change the size of them but so I'm not gonna worry about that right now I'm going to say the order tax deduction was around twelve thousand it was actually like twelve thousand seven hundred or something like that but we're just going to use the number twelve thousand here just to keep things simple so we're gonna say you get a standard deduction of twelve thousand dollars for a for a family for what's called married and filing jointly so since we have a mom and dad they're married and they're filing their taxes jointly and then they also get a deduction for their retirement contributions so let's say that they decide that they're going to put $10,000 into retirement accounts so these retirement accounts these can be things like what's called a 401k what's called a 403 B what's called a traditional IRA we're not going to get into all the details of those things right now but I'm just gonna say that these these are the names of different retirement accounts there's other ones too 457 s there's various different things but these are kind of the big ones and so people if they put money in these retirement accounts and they can invest those in stocks and bonds and all kind of different things they get a tax deduction and that's what's important to us right now they get a tax deduction when any of those retirement contributions for money that they put into retirement accounts they get a tax deduction so if they put $10,000 into retirement accounts okay then they get $10,000 deduction on their taxes and then they.


Which is the best, chemical engineering or civil engineering?
It is very near to impossible to distinguish between these two streams as they have very little academic relationship, choosing civil or chemical engineering career depends on your interest, I'll share my personal experiance hope it may help you: here in mumbai university we have 1st year of engineering course is same , but from 2nd year onwards students divided as per their chosen engineering stream , because of that I had lots of friends from other streams , we used to share our knowledge with respect to subjects and experiance , I usually talked about cement, concrete, surveying, constuction technique, dams , bridges, town planning, management, drawings and my chemical engineering friends expained about chemical reaction, various industrial plants, chemical processes, organic - non organic chemical uses & manufacturing. Now I am working in Larsen & Toubro Ltd as Sr. Engineer, one of my civil engineering  friend is scientist in CSIR, other one got opportunity in Dubai but few joined teaching as it is tough for them to work at site. My chemical engineering friend joined BARC after little struggle in private firm , he was topper in chemical stream, another one is working in Gujrat in a private firm , maximum of chemical enginering guys preparing for government exams as there is very tough scope for fresher get job.Revert if you are still confused about career, it was tough for me also at my time to choose correct path suitable to my personality.
How did the New York Times obtain printouts from Trump's official IRS tax transcripts? Can that be through the "federal freedom of information" request process? The NY Times says Trump tax returns from 1985-94 show $1B in losses.
The New York Times obtain the returns from somebody who illegally leaked them to the New York Times. They were not obtained through a freedom of information request, but through an illegal leak.Federal law states specifically that it is illegal to disclose somebody's tax returns without their permission. There is nothing new in the returns other than the actual numbers. Most of the information is well-known, and Donald Trump even bragged about it in the first years of his TV show, The Apprentice.
How was oldschool jungle produced?
The key technology for old school Jungle was the sampler and in particular the Akai S- series samplers such as the S950 which introduced time-stretching allowing sampled breaks to be matched to the track BPM without changing pitch. With these hardware samplers people recorded breaks from old records and put them in time by a painstaking process of tweaking and listening. Sequencing was often done using Cubase software on the Atari 1040 ST.
Where and when does a person pay the taxes after filing for an 83(b) Election? Where do you report it on a #1040? If one does not file an 83(b) Election, how does he declare the ordinary income difference between the purchase price option and FMV?
You need to file it within 30 days of the exercise of your stock options and also send in a copy of it with your tax return. You can get more details and a sample form here: www.esofund.com/83b.html Uber employees are a really good example of why exercising early and filing an 83b is a good idea. Taxes are normally computed based on the spread between the exercise price and the FMV at the time of exercise. If the exercise occurs close to the time of the option grant then the spread is zero and so are the taxes. Uber's FMV has risen like a rocket and split 40 for 1 in about a year just recently. So Uber employees who waited are now on the hook for a ton of taxes just to exercise the same option grant. If they exercised and forgot to submit an 83b, then their taxes trigger upon vesting but the FMV is much higher at vesting and still rising. Vesting is typically monthly after a cliff so the tax pain never ends in this situation despite having already exercised. Moreover, the long term capital gains clock normally starts at exercise for all shares including unvested shares as long as the 83b was filed. If not filed, then it starts at vesting and the opportunity cost of your money is wasted. The lower tax rate for long term capital gains requires holding shares for at least one year and the option grant itself being at least two years old. Despite the benefits, if you can't afford to early exercise or fear the possible loss of your investment, you can have www.employeestockoptions.info supply the money needed for the exercise as well as face the financial risk instead of you.
What are all the ways to determine if a steel item is a low carbon steel (1020) or a medium carbon steel (1040)? Assume that the hardness/strength isn't indicative because it is within both of the steels' allowed hardness range.
You can send you sample out for mass spectrometer measurement. It is very accurate.You can also perform quantitative metallography. If the steel is not martensitic, which is very likely in 1020 and 1040, then there will be two phases. The first phase is called alpha. Alpha iron has virtually no carbon in it, because the solubility of Carbon in iron at room temperature is 0.08% at room temperature. Nearly 100% of the carbon will be bound up in Iron Carbiode (Fe3C). The grains that are not 100% alpha will be 88% alpha, and 12% Fe3C. Those grains are called Pearlite. By taking a number of relatively high magnification optical images of a polished and etched specimen, you can measure the area fraction of Pearlite and Alpha. You can then apply the lever rule to determine the approximate carbon content of the steel.You can perform x-ray flourescence (XRF). There are hand held devices that can perform these analyses, although I am not sure how well they work. They cost upwards of $17,000.If you have a chart, or a known standard, then you can perform a spark test. I can’t do that, because I am colorblind, but you might be able to, with training, and a suitable standard. You simply use a grinder to grind away at the specimen. You compare the color and intensity of the sparks to a known standard or chart.You can perform powder x-ray diffraction.
How do I file taxes for my child's FAFSA eligibility when I only make 18,000 in social security?
There is such a thing as a nonfilers form, for those who used to file but aren’t currently required.But I think it will be easier if you file anyway. It is perfectly okay to file with zero income. Your filing will then show no taxes owed. This will ensure smooth processing for your FAFSA filing, with 1040 backup. Once you have the tax document, it is very easy to follow the instructions and fill out the FAFSA.Can I File an Income Tax Return If I Don't Have Any Income?The college may wonder how you are living and ask you for information on incoming funds and expenses, or ask you to go through Verification. Many families have to verify anyway as a sample of filers will be asked routinely.Note: not a tax professional
Why do states expect their citizens to abide by all laws when they never teach those laws to each one, laws which are not even freely available or accessible in an easily digestible format and language? How can someone follow laws they don't know exist?
I agree with Ben below that many laws are common sense, but not all. Not even close. The CBC used to have a show all about trying to guess what arcane law Paul Soles (earlier, the voice of Spiderman in the original TV cartoon) was breaking ( This is the Law 1976 TV opening ) . Hilarious show, but you couldn’t believe the idiocy of the law he was breaking. And here’s the trick, the idiocy was because the law was usually 50–200 years old, and no one had ever thought that moving a cow catcher 4 feet off a street in downtown Toronto in 1976 needed to be taken off the books from 1906!! So there are laws on the books that mostly for laziness, are still there. And then there are laws that happenned because things were bothering a small group of people and politicians just made this law to placate them because the politicians didn’t want to be bothered anymore. And most people have no clue about those laws. And then of course are the plethora of laws put in by Republicans over the past 20 years that do all kinds of nasty things to a majority of people but really help their friends in the corporate world who keep giving them money. But that’s for a whole other discussion. The point is, it is well-nigh impossible to know all the laws in your part of the world, and the reason for that stems from the simply lazy all the way to the deliberately evil (Scott Walker, et al). And that’s why Elizabeth Grattan’s answer below is technically correct, but, in practicality, so impossible.
Do I need a high end accountant?
It totally depends on what you are getting for the $1,800.  If you have a relatively complex return a good tax preparer is well worth the money you pay him.  No knock against Block as there are some extremely qualified people working for them, who may do a great job for you, but they serve a definite niche, and complex tax situations are not usually their strong suit as most of their offices tend to deal in volume. There is tremendous value in having an accountant that will help you tax plan and have ideas to minimize your tax liability.  From your brief description, I would expect you to have opportunities to tax plan.Having said all that not all accountants are equal either and I don't know where you are from, but in Texas $1,800 is a pretty high fee for one 1040.  So I would expect a pretty high level of service if I were you.  It is a small sample, but of the few clients that have come to me from Block, I find my fees typically run 20-50% higher than Block not 4.5 times.I think the most important thing is to find a tax preparer that listens to you and that you are comfortable with.  If my clients don't communicate with me, it's hard for me to help them succeed.
What key technological advancements are needed to accelerate optogenetics?
Growing application areas for optogenetics is expected to propel market growthKey players in the optogenetics market include Coherent, Inc., Thorlabs, Inc. Cobalt, Inc., Scientifica, Laserglow Technologies, Regenxbio, Inc., Gensight, Addgene, UPenn Vector Core, and Jackson Laboratories. The key players are focusing on strategic mergers and acquisitions and development of innovative systems. For instance, Coherent Inc. launched a new type of short pulse ultrafast laser sources that provides wide wavelength (680-1300nm) tunability of the primary output as well as simultaneous high power (1.5 watts) output at 1040 nm. Furthermore, this combination makes lasers such as Chameleon Discovery ideal for demanding multiphoton excitation application in optogenetics.Request Sample Copy of the Business Report
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