Question;1. Kold Services Corporation estimates that its 2013 taxable income will be $500,000. Thus, it is subject to a flat 34% income tax rate and incurs a $170,000 liability. For each of the following independent cases, compute Kold's minimum quarterly estimated tax payments that will avoid an underpayment penalty.Either input your answers in the "text box" or attach an excel spreadsheet but SHOW YOUR WORK.a. For 2012, taxable income was a loss of $300,000. Kold carried back all of this loss to prior years and exhausted the entire net operating loss in creating a zero 2012 liability.b. For 2012, taxable income was $450,000, and tax liability was $153,000.c. For 2011, taxable income was $2 million, and tax liability was $680,000. For 2012, taxable income was $450,000, and tax liability was $153,000.2. Compute the overvaluation penalty for each of the following independent cases involving the fair market value of charitable contribution property. In each case, assume a marginal tax rate of 35%.You may either put your answers in the "textbox" for the question or attached an excel spreadsheet. Whichever you prefer. BUT SHOW YOUR WORK.Taxpayer -- Corrected IRS Value -- Reported Valuationa. Individual -- $40,000 -- $50,000.b. C-corporation -- 30,000 -- 50,000.c. S-corporation -- 40,000 -- 50,000.d. Individual -- 150,000 -- 200,000.e. Individual -- 150,000 -- 250,000.f. C-corporation -- 150,000 -- 750,000.
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