By Myron S. Scholes, Mark A. Wolfson, Merle M. Erickson, Michelle L. Hanlon, Edward L. Maydew, Terrence J. Shevlin
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Why is it important for the tax planner to know the tax consequences of a particular transaction not only to the entity employing the tax planner but also to the other party (or parties) to the transaction? Provide a real-world example to illustrate your answer. 8. We generally think that taxes lower returns, which means that after-tax returns are lower than pretax returns. Is this always true, or can you provide counterexamples? 9. Explain the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion. Provide an example of each activity.
A taxpayer works at a corporation nearing the end of its fiscal year. The company has had a very successful (profitable) year and has decided to award the employee a cash bonus of 20% of annual salary (a bonus of $30,000). The firm has announced that the employee can take the cash bonus this year or defer it until next year. 6%, but because she plans to work only a 50% schedule next year, she expects to face a tax rate of 31%. Assuming she can earn 5% after tax on her personal investments, should she accept the bonus this year or next year?
Do these investments bear high implicit taxes? b. Who should undertake these investments? Do they? c. Who receives the implicit taxes? 4. Which of the following statements accurately describes an efficient tax plan? a. High-tax-bracket investors should invest in municipal bonds. b. It is rarely a good strategy to pay explicit taxes. c. Renting durable business assets is more efficient than owning for low-tax-rate investors. d. Employees prefer to defer receipt of their compensation (assuming this succeeds in postponing the recognition of taxable income) whenever they expect their tax rates to fall in the future.
Taxes and Business Strategy by Myron S. Scholes, Mark A. Wolfson, Merle M. Erickson, Michelle L. Hanlon, Edward L. Maydew, Terrence J. Shevlin