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1065 Tax Return Marty Blaze (258-13-7946), Ron Barnett (915-46-7382), Dwayne Seller (753-82-4691), and Laura Mouse (465-28-1397) are equal members in Champs Equipment, LLC. Champs serves as agents and managers for prominent athletes in the Detroit area. The LLC?s Federal ID number is 63-9875421. It uses the cash basis and a calendar tax year, and it began operations on January 1, 2001. Its current address is 1397 Townsend Avenue, Suite 6500, Detroit, MI 56007. Champs was the force behind such athletic icons as Harry Berd and Mike Jarden., and it has had a very profitable year. The following information was taken from the LLC?s income statement for the current year. Revenues Fees and commissions $4,800,000 Taxable interest income from bank deposits 1,600 Tax-exempt interest 3,200 Net gains on stock sales 4,000 Total revenues $4,808,800 Expenses Advertising and public relations $380,000 Charitable contributions 28,000 Section 179 expense 20,000 Employee salaries and wages 1,000,000 Guaranteed payment, Marty Blaze, office manager 800,000 Guaranteed payment, other members 600,000 Entertainment, subject to 50% disallowance 200,000 Travel 320,000 Legal accounting fees 132,000 Office rentals paid 80,000 Interest expense on line of credit for operations 10,000 Insurance premiums 52,000 Office expense 200,000 Payroll taxes 92,000 Utilities 54,800 Total expenses $3,968,800 During the past few years, Champs has taken advantage of bonus depreciation and ?179 deductions and fully remodeled the premises and upgraded its leasehold improvements. This year, Champs wrapped ups its remodeling with the purchase of $20,000 of office furniture, for which it will claim a ?179 deduction. Champs uses the same cost recovery methods for both tax and financial purposes. There is no depreciation adjustment for alternative minimum tax purposes. Champs invests much of its excess cash in non-dividend-paying growth stocks and tax-exempt securities. During the year, the LLC sold two securities. On June 15, 2012, Champs purchased 1,000 shares of Mark, Inc. stock for $100,000; it sold those shares on December 15, 2012 for $80,000. On March 14, 2006, Champs purchased 2,000 shares of Lure, Inc. stock for $136,000; it sold those shares for $160,000 on December 15, 2012. Net income per books is $840,000. The firm?s activities do no constitute ?qualified production activities? for purposes of the ?199 deduction. On January 1, 2012, the members? capital accounts equalled $200,000 each. No additional capital contributions were made in 2012. In addition to their guaranteed payments, each member withdrew $250,000 cash during the year. Champ?s book balance sheet as of December 31, 2012 is as follows. Beginning Ending Cash $360,000 $ ?? Tax-exempt securities 120,000 120,000 Marketable securities 520,000 300,000 Leasehold improvements, furniture, and equipment 960,000 980,000 Accumulated depreciation (960,000) (980,000) Total assets $1,000,000 $ ?? Line of credit for operations $200,000 160,000 Capital, Blaze 200,000 ?? Capital, Barnett 200,000 ?? Capital, Seller 200,000 ?? Capital, Mouse 200,000 ?? Total liabilities and capital $1,000,000 $ ?? All debt is shared equally by the members. Each member has personally guaranteed the debt of the LLC. The business code for ?Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures? is 711410. The LLC?s Form 1065 was prepared by Marty Blaze and sent to the Wichita, KS IRS Service Center. All of the owners are active in Champ?s operations. Prepare Schedule K-1 for Marty Blaze, 67920 Hammond Road, Conway, MI 56008.

 

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