Corporate Tax Accounting Assessment


Corporate Tax Accounting Assessment

Skills Assessment

The Corporate Tax Accounting test is designed to determine the tax and accounting ability of a candidate who is seeking employment in this field. Many of the questions are basic in nature and should be easily handled by someone with as little as one year's experience in the area. Some of the other questions are more detailed and involved and are targeted to those candidates with more experience who may be pursuing a professional qualification in this area.

Tests for Advanced Accounting, Auditing and Budget Officer Skills are also available.


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Total Questions 36
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Tax Planning Strategy for Businesses
Capital Gains and Losses
Net Operating Losses
Start Up Expenditures
Federal Tax Returns
Consolidated Returns
Expenses for Tax Purposes
Employee's Pay
Accounting Periods
Tax Clearance Certificates
Taxation Concepts
Installment Sales
Double Taxation
Revenues and Expenses
Accounting Methods
Types of Business
Corporations Tax Law
Organization Costs
Tax Planning
Tax Terminology
Tasks Tested Computing Taxable Income
Expensing Organization Costs
Adjustments to Taxable Income
Business Income for Taxation Purposes
Basis to Use for Disposal of an Asset
Treatment of Capital Losses
Depreciating Assets
Identifying Depreciable Assets
Valuation of Inventory
Factors Affecting the Basis of Assets
Computation of a Capital Gain
Installment Tax
Recognition of an Installment Sale
Opt Out of Installment Method
Start-Up Expenditures
Determination of Net Income
Employee's Pay
Treatment of Net Operating Losses
Qualifying as a Deduction
Change in Accounting Method
Filing of Returns
Method of Accounting for Tax
Imputation Technique
Taxation for Corporations
Determining Double Taxation
Accumulated Earnings Tax
Dissolving a Company
Taxation of Entity and Owners
Due Date for Filing Returns
Recovery of Capital
Filing Consolidated Returns
Foreign Tax Relief
Estimated Tax Payments
Group Structure