True/False 1. A business taxpayer sells depreciable business property with an adjusted basis of $40,000 for $32,000. The taxpayer held the property for more than a year. The taxpayer has an $8,000 long-term capital loss. 2. Since the Code defines what a capital asset is not, often the courts have to help determine what is and what is not a capital asset. 3. If boot is received in a ? 1031 like-kind exchange that results in some of the realized gain being recognized, the holding period for both the like-kind property and the boot received begins on the date of the exchange. 4. Because current U.S. corporate income tax rates are higher than many foreign corporate income tax rates, the overall limitation does not yield a lower foreign tax credit than the amount of foreign taxes actually paid. 5.For purposes of computing the credit for child and dependent care expenses, the qualifying employment-related expenses are limited to an individual?s actual or deemed earned income.
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