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On January 1, 2012, Jasmine made a $50,000 interest-free loan to her son, Jason

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Question;On January 1, 2012, Jasmine made a $50,000 interest-free loan to her son, Jason, who used the money to retire a mortgage on his personal residence. Jason's only sources of income were a salary of $75,000 and $1,500 interest income on a savings account. The relevant federal interest rate was 6%. Based on the above information, for 2012: (Points: 5)Jason is not required to recognize the interest income from the bank account.Jasmine must recognize $3,000 interest income from the loan.Jasmine must recognize $1,500 interest income from the loan.Jasmine must recognize $3,045 interest income from the loan.Jasmine recognizes no imputed interest income from the loan.In January, Charlie sold stock with a cost basis of $40,000 to his brother Allen for $30,000, the fair market value of the stock on the date of sale. Five months later, Allen sold the same stock through his broker for $45,000. What is the tax effect of these transactions? (Points: 5)Disallowed loss to Allen of $10,000, recognized gain to Charlie of $5,000Disallowed loss to Charlie of $10,000, recognized gain to Allen of $15,000Deductible loss to Charlie of $10,000, recognized gain to Allen of $15,000Disallowed loss to Charlie of $10,000, recognized gain to Allen of $5,000None of the aboveDuring the year, Clara took a trip from Chicago to Rome. She was away from home for 20 days. She spent 6 days vacationing and 14 days on business (including the 3 travel days). Her expenses are as follows:Airfare $1,600Lodging (20 days x $70) $1,400Meals (20 days x $120) $2,400Valet service (cleaning of laundry) $160Chris's deduction is: (Points: 5)$3,100.$4,360.$5,080.$5,560.None of the above

 

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