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Margaret Brown and Joel Lee each own 50 percent of Designs Inc., with no other class of stock is authorized. On June 6, 2009, they formed to give design services. Their business activity code is 541400.

Designs Inc.'s business address is 2134 Merry Lane, Las Cruces, NM 08801. The telephone number is (575) 541-1122, and the e-mail address is [email protected].

The Eemployer identification number is 11-1111111. Margaret is the president of the company, and Joel is the vice- president. Margaret and Joel are the simply full-time designers employed by Designs, Inc., and they do all of the design services of the corporation. Margaret's Social Security number is 123-45-6789, and Joel's Social Security number is 555-48-9898.

Designs, Inc. is an accrual technique, calendar -year taxpayer. Designs, Inc. uses the straight-line technique of depreciation for both book and tax purposes. The corporation does not preserve any inventory.

Through the year, the corporation distributed cash dividends of $10,000.

The domestic production activities deduction (DPAD) for the year is $947. You are not provided sufficient detailed data to complete a Form 8903. Enter the amount of the DPAD on line 25 of Form 1120.

Through the year, Designs, Inc. made estimated tax payments of $1,500 each quarter to the IRS.

Designs, Inc. Income Statement


Design fees                                                                 $739,000

Interest income (certificates of deposit)                           2,700

Total income                                                                $741,700



Margaret Brown                                                          $190,000

Joel Lee                190,000                                                         $380,000

Salaries-clerical                                                             61,000


Property                                                                          26,810

Payroll                                                                             23,280

State income                                                                  3,140

Other miscellaneous                                                      2,390               55,620

Repairs and maintenance                                             16,340

Meals and entertainment                                               9,800

Travel                                                                         5,600

Charitable contributions                                                 1,200

Interest expense on business loans                                31,100

Advertising                                                                   17,650

Rental expense                                                             9,270

Depreciation                                                                35,910

Contributions to pension plans                                       31,000

Employee benefit programs                                            21,170

Accounting service                                                          13,790

Dues and subscriptions                                                    5,100

Insurance                                                                      17,750

Legal and professional services                                        11,000

Miscellaneous                                                                   4,360

Telephone                                                                        3,160

Total expenses                                                               (730,820)

Net income before taxes                                                $ 10,880

Federal income tax                                                          (5,192)

Net income per books                                                    $ 5,688

Designs, Inc. Balance Sheet

Assets                                                     January 1, 2011                  December 31, 2011

Cash                                                              $ 35,610                                  $ 42,580

Accounts receivable                                       45,100                                     43,300

Certificates of deposit                                    134,000                                       143,000

Depreciable assets                                          210,922                                   221,488

Accumulated depreciation                               (47,520)                                  (83,430)

Land                                                                42,000                                     42,000

Other assets                                                      3,638                                        2,490

Total Assets                                                   $423,750                                  $ 411,428

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Liabilities and Equity                           January 1, 2011                   December 31, 2011

Accounts payable                                       $ 26,550                                 $ 27,497

Other current liabilities                                15,110                                    17,853

Mortgages                                                   126,000                                 114,300

Capital stock                                                200,000                                 200,000

Retained earnings                                         56,090                                   51,778

Total lLiabilities and Eequity                         $ 423,750                            $ 411,428


The solution file conatins

370136_1Form-1120s.pdf  -- Form 1120

370185_2Schedule-K1-MARGARET.pdf  K1 Schedule


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