Federal Income Tax 19684525

YOU HAVE TO READ INSTRUCTION OF LAST ASSIGNMENT IN ORDER TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT BECAUSE THIS ASSIGNMENT BASED ON THE PREVIOUS ONE 

 

Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 1-10 Selections of business letter resources in the TU Library are listed below. You will be prompted to sign in with your library barcode. Click on the Full Text link on the left side of the library screen to browse each book by page or chapter. Link: The AMA Handbook of Business Letters Link: The Literate Executive Link: The McGraw Hill Handbook of More Business Letters Link: The AMA Style Guide for Business Writing Link: Business Writing Skills: A Take-charge Assistant Book 

Introduction
You will continue to practice your writing skills by creating another business letter that is clear, concise, accurate in content, and well structured in grammar, punctuation, and formatting. The library resources for this activity present strategies and guidelines for writing a sound business letter.

Instructions
Your business letter will be written to the tax client for whom you prepared the tax return from last week. The assumption is that the tax client has requested you to prepare their tax return and a letter indicating what all of the information on the tax return means. You need to give a detailed letter telling your client why you have to report each of the numbers on their tax return. You can also include a description of each of the calculations that are included on the tax return. You may use information from the textbook and from the IRS website to support your use of any information on the tax return. 

Assignment Requirements (APA format) 6 pages: pages 1-5 are the body of the letter; page 6 is a reference page 1-inch margins Single spaced 12-point Times New Roman font

Grading and Assessment
This assignment will be graded by your instructor for accuracy.

 Course Learning Outcome(s): 1, 2, 4
1. Articulate the rules of the Taxation System.
2. Identify taxability of items.
4. Write at an expected junior undergraduate level in terms of organization and structure, research, reading comprehension, documentation, and articulation in Business Letter Writing formats.

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