By James E. Smith, William A. Raabe, David M. Maloney
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27%. Thus, the after-tax proceeds on the taxable project are $35,492, or $508 less than the $36,000 earnings on the tax-free project. n Finally, the amount of tax paid includes both explicit taxes (paid directly to the government) and implicit taxes (paid through higher prices or lower returns on taxfavored investments). , a C corporation with a 15% marginal tax rate, has accumulated excess cash of $100,000 that it wants to invest in bonds. Sunflower has the option of investing in taxable corporate bonds that yield 9% or tax-free municipal bonds that yield 6%.
He has no other capital asset transactions and does not expect to have any in future years. If the Mauve stock qualifies as § 1244 stock, Roberto may deduct the entire $40,000 as an ordinary loss. If the stock does not qualify as § 1244 stock, Roberto may deduct only $3,000 as a capital loss in the current tax year. He carries the remaining loss of $37,000 forward. In future years, the loss will continue to be subject to the annual $3,000 limitation unless there are offsetting capital gains. n äAvoid Double Taxation.
1. The income tax is based on the assumption that all income is subject to tax and that no deductions are allowed unless specifically provided for in the law. Some types of income are specifically excluded on the basis of various economic, social, equity, and political considerations. Examples include gifts, inheritance, life insurance proceeds received by reason of death, and interest income from state and local bonds. All entities are allowed to deduct business expenses from gross income, but a The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) substantially reduces the tariffs on trade between Canada, Mexico, and the United States.