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Which form would an individual use who has less than $50,000 in taxable income from wages, salaries, tips, unemployment compensation, interest, or dividends, and who is married and does not itemize deductions? A. Form 1040 B. Form 1040EZ C. Form 1040A D. Schedule A
Weegy: The answer is C. Form 1040A User: The Roth IRA differs from the regular IRA in that: A. earnings on the account are tax free after five years. B. contributions may exceed $2,000. C. deposits must be in federally-insured accounts. D. funds are only to be used for education expenses. Weegy: A. earnings on the account are tax free after five years. User: Which of the following are considered to be personal financial statements? A. Budget and credit card statements B. Balance sheet and cash flow statement C. Checkbook and budget D. Tax returns Weegy: Budget and credit card statements are considered to be personal financial statements. User: An account at a commercial bank designed for people who want to earn a higher savings rate is a(n) __________ account. A. regular savings account B. regular checking C. share draft D. money market account Weegy: B. regular checking (More)
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Based on the following information, what amount would be subtracted from the bank balance side of a checking account reconciliation? Service charge $12, Outstanding checks $145, Interest $3.50, Deposit in transit $80 A. $145 B. $12 C. $157 D. $148. 50
Weegy: A. $145 User: If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay: A. $100. B. $105. C. $110. D. $115. Weegy: If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay $110. User: The CCCS aids families by: A. setting up a budget for them. B. paying off their loans. C. providing free basic necessities. D. providing one month free shelter. Weegy: A. setting up a budget for them User: Which bankruptcy allows a debtor with a regular income to extinguish his or her debts from future earnings or other property over a period of time? A. Chapter 7 B. Chapter 11 C. Chapter 13 D. Chapter 15 Weegy: C. Chapter 13 User: If you think that your bill is wrong, you should first: A. contact the local credit bureau and inform it of the billing error. B. complain to the Better Business Bureau. C. contact your state consumer protection agency. D. notify the creditor in writing within 60 days after the bill was mailed. Weegy: If you think that your bill is wrong, you should first: D. notify the creditor in writing within 60 days after the bill was mailed. (More)
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