How is income for the second quarter estimated and due on June 15
Jan - Mar = 1st qtr
Apr - JUN = 2nd qtr
Jul - Sep = 3rd qtr
Oct - Dec = 4th qtr
If her 2nd quarter income estimated tax is due Jun 15th, how is it correctly calculated? On the 100% of last year or 110% of the current year?
I will assume that the two are like-kind for the purpose of this question. However, I am learning that reading the questions two or three times is helpful, it was only on the second reading that I realized the error.
A lot of money is paid for the "plus" version of this study. At least proof-read the material before it is posted....PLEASE?
Can somebody please help me with tips to memorize the various numbers in Regulation?
Finding it very difficult to remember and then apply the same in the numerical questions. If somebody has like quick charts to revise, please share the same as well.
Thank you in advance.
As with a previous set of questions and explanations, the explanation again is either miss-worded or there are just typos. "In the vent of a breach of contract..." does this mean the same (in this instance) as "in the event of..." ?
Does "cover" actually mean "recover"?
I need help here. I need to know that I have paid for a quality study program and that what I am reading means what it says in the explanations or if there are other words that carry a different explanatory meaning.
I was just speaking with a student that was preparing for AUD and he asked me how many hours do students typically study for AUD? My normal answer is around 120 hours but I am wondering if this is a high or low estimate. This also had me wondering what the average breakdown is for each of the 4 parts? I was thinking it's something around 480 hours.
My feeling is you study for as long as it takes to prepare but there has to be a sweet spot to learn the material and then get in to an exam with that knowledge in your brain.
Please share your insights, I am curious about this topic.