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Use the following information to complete Phillip and Claire Dunphy’s 2019 federal income tax return. If any information is missing, use reasonable assumptions to fill in the gaps. Ignore the alternative minimum tax for this problem.You should use the software found in the Practice Lab (through VITA) to complete this return. Facts: Phillip and Claire are married and file a joint return. Phillip is self-employed as a real estate agent, and Claire is a flight attendant. Phillip and Claire have three dependent children. All three children live at home with Phillip and Claire for the entire year. The Dunphys provide you with the following additional information: The Dunphys do not want to contribute to the presidential election campaign.The Dunphys live at 3701 Brighton Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90018.Phillip’s birthday is 11/5/1972 and his Social Security number is 321-XX-5766.Claire’s birthday is 5/12/1975 and her Social Security number is 567-XX-1258.Haley’s birthday is 11/6/2006 and her Social Security number is 621-XX-7592.Alex’s birthday is 2/1/2008 and her Social Security number is 621-XX-8751.Luke’s birthday is 12/12/2012 and his Social Security number is 621-XX-9926.The Dunphys do not have any foreign bank accounts or trusts.Claire is a flight attendant for Western American Airlines (WAA), where she earned $57,000 in salary. WAA withheld federal income tax of $6,375, state income tax of $1,800, Los Angeles city income tax of $675, Social Security tax of $3,600, and Medicare tax of $825. Phillip and Claire received $300 of interest from State Savings Bank on a joint account. They also received a qualified dividend of $395 on jointly owned stock in Xila Corporation. Phillip’s full-time real estate business is named “Phillip Dunphy Realty.” His busi- ness is located at 645 Grove Street, Los Angeles, California 90018, and his em- ployer identification number is 93-3488888. Phillip’s gross receipts during the year were $730,000. Phillip uses the cash method of accounting for his business. Phillip’s business expenses are as follows: Advertising$ 5,000Professional dues800Professional journals200Employee wages48,000Insurance on office contents1,120Accounting services2,100Miscellaneous office expense500Utilities and telephone3,360Payroll taxes3,600DepreciationTo be calculated On March 20, Phillip moved his business out of the old offices at 1103 Allium Lane into a newly constructed and equipped office on Grove Street. Phillip sold the old office building and all its furnishings. Phillip’s expenditures for the new office building are as follows: Date AcquiredAssetCost3/20Land$ 300,0003/20Office building2,500,0003/20Furniture200,0004/1Computer system350,0006/1Artwork150,000 Phillip computes his cost recovery allowance using MACRS. He would like to use the §179 immediate expensing, but he has elected to not claim any bonus deprecia- tion. Phillip has never claimed §179 or bonus depreciation before. The assets Phillip sold on March 20 are as follows: Date AcquiredAssetSales PriceOriginal CostAccumulated Depreciation as of Beginning of the Year5/1/13Office building$940,000$900,000$129,8255/1/13Land150,000100,00007/1/13Furniture50,000239,000206,9988/13/15Furniture10,000324,000222,7824/12/16Office equipment100,000120,00067,5245/13/17Computers30,00050,00010,000 Phillip has never sold any assets relating to his business before this transaction. The Dunphys sold 60 shares of Fizbo Corporation common stock on September 3 for $65 a share (minus a $50 total commission). The Dunphys purchased the stock on November 8, 2018, for $90 a share. They also sold a painting for $13,000 on March 1. Claire purchased the painting for $20,050 on September 1, 2011, as an investment.The Dunphys filed their 2018 federal, state, and local returns on April 13, 2019. They paid the following additional 2018 taxes with their returns: federal income taxes of $630, state income taxes of $250, and city income taxes of $75. The Dunphys made timely estimated federal income tax payments of $10,000 each quarter during 2019. They also made estimated state income tax payments of $1,000 each quarter and estimated city income tax payments of $300 each quarter. The Dunphys made all fourth-quarter payments on December 31, 2019. They would like to receive a refund for any overpayments. Phillip and Claire have qualifying insurance for purposes of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)


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