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Spartan Corporation manufactures quidgets at its plant in Sparta, Michigan. Spartan sells its quidgets to customers in the United States, Canada, England, and Australia Spartan markets its products in Canada and England through branches in Toronto and London, respectively. Spartan reported total gross income on U.S. sales of $8,000,000 and total gross income on Canadian and U.K. sales of $4,000,000, split equally between the two countries. Spartan paid Canadian income taxes of $480,000 on its branch profits in Canada and U.K. income taxes of $560,000 on its branch profits in the United Kingdom. Spartan financed its Canadian operations through a $10 million capital contribution, which Spartan financed through a loan from Bank of America. During the current year, Spartan paid $600,000 in interest on the loan Spartan sells its quidgets to Australian customers through its wholly-owned Australian subsidiary. Title passes in the United States (FOB: shipping point) on all sales to the subsidiary. Spartan reported gross income of $2,050,000 on sales to its subsidiary during the year. The subsidiary paid Spartan a dividend of $710,200 on December 31 (the withholding tax is O percent under the U.S.- Australia treaty). Spartan paid Australian income taxes of $349,800 on the income repatriated as a dividend. Requirement: a. Compute Spartans foreign source gross income and foreign tax (direct and withholding) for the current year. b. Assume 20 percent of the interest paid to Bank of America is allocated to the numerator of Spartans FTC limitation calculation. Compute Spartan Corporations FTC limitation using your calculation from part (a) and any excess FTC or excess FTC limitation (al of the foreign source income is put in the foreign branch FTC basket) (Enter your answers in dollars not in millions of dollars.) Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below Req A Req B Compute Spartans foreign source gross income and foreign tax (direct and withholding) for the current year. Foreign source gross income Foreign tax (creditable) Req A Req B>Spartan Corporation manufactures quidgets at its plant in Sparta, Michigan. Spartan sells its quidgets to customers in the Unitec States, Canada, England, and Australia Spartan markets its products in Canada and England through branches in Toronto and London, respectively. Spartan reported total gross income on U.S. sales of $8,000,000 and total gross income on Canadian and U.K. sales of $4,000,000, split equally between the two countries. Spartan paid Canadian income taxes of $480,000 on its branch profits in Canada and U.K. income taxes of $560,000 on its branch profits in the United Kingdom. Spartan financed its Canadian operations through a $10 million capital contribution, which Spartanfanced through a loan from Bank of America. During the current year, Spartan paid $600,000 in interest on the loan Spartan sells its quidgets to Australian customers through its wholly-owned Australian subsidiary. Title passes in the United States (FOB: shipping point) on all sales to the subsidiary. Spartan reported gross income of $2,050,000 on sales to its subsidiary during the year. The subsidiary paid Spartan a dividend of $710,200 on December 31 (the withholding tax is O percent under the U.S.- Australia treaty). Spartan paid Australian income taxes of $349,800 on the income repatriated as a dividend. Requirement: a. Compute Spartans foreign source gross income and foreign tax (direct and withholding) for the current year. b. Assume 20 percent of the interest paid to Bank of America is allocated to the numerator of Spartans FTC limitation calculation Compute Spartan Corporations FTC limitation using your calculation from part (a) and any excess FTC or excess FTC limitation (all of the foreign source income is put in the foreign branch FTC basket) (Enter your answers in dollars not in millions of dollars.) Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below Req A Req B Assume 20 percent of the interest paid to Bank of America is allocated to the numerator of Spartans FTC limitation calculatlon. Compute Spartan Corporatlons FTC lImitatlon using your calculatlon from part (a) and any excess FTC or excess FTC limitation (all of the foreign source income is put in the foreign branch FTC basket). (Do not round intermediate calculations.) Show less FTC limitation Excess FTOC

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