Prepare an income tax return for 2019( form 1040,4562,6252,8824,8829,8949 schedule and other sedulesPrepare an income tax return for 2019( form 1040,4562,6252,8824,8829,8949 schedule 1,2,3,A,B,C,D,E,SE

(age 42) and Courtney S. (age 41) Mumford are married and live at 11426 W. Antelope Drive, Sioux Falls, SD 57107. Matthew is the manager for The Pour House, a popular bar and grill in Sioux Falls. Courtney is a self-employed architect. They are calendar year, cash-basis taxpayers.
1.Matthew’s annual salary from The Pour House is $98,000. He also earns an annual bonus. The amount is determined in late December based on performance during the year and is paid in January of the following year. Matthew’s 2018 bonus was $6,000 (received in 2019), and his 2019 bonus was $7,000 (received in 2020). Matthew participates in his employer’s group health insurance plan to which he contributed $7,200 in 2019 for medical coverage. These contributions are made with after-tax dollars. The health plan covers Matthew, Courtney, and their two dependent children. The Pour House does not provide any retirement benefits, but it has established a § 401(k) plan to enable its employees to save for retirement. Matthew contributed $19,000 to the plan in 2019. Matthew commutes to and from work 6 days a week (a roundtrip of 18 miles) in the family SUV. During 2019, Matthew drove the SUV a total of 12,700 miles.
2.Courtney is a licensed architect who works part-time as an architectural consultant. Her professional activity code is 541310. Her major clients are real estate developers (both residential and commercial) for whom she prepares structural designs and construction plans. She also advises on building code requirements regarding the renovation and remodeling of existing structures. Courtney does some of her work at client locations and the remainder in her office at home (see item 3 below).Courtney collected $72,000 in consulting fees during 2019. This total includes a $3,000 payment for work she performed in 2018 and does not include the $5,000 she billed in December for work performed in late 2019. In addition, Courtney has a $6,400 unpaid invoice for work done in 2017. This client was convicted of arson in August 2016 and is now serving a 5-year sentence in state prison. Courtney feels certain that she will never collect the $6,400 she is owed. Her business expenses for 2019 are as follows:
Drafting supplies $4,800
Reproduction materials (e.g., molds, models, photos, blueprints, copies) 3,200
On-site work clothing (e.g., hip boots, safety glasses, safety helmet) 860
Professional license fee 400
Subscriptions to professional journals 250
Dues to professional organizations 240
In addition, Courtney drove the family Acura (purchased on June 7, 2018) 940 miles on her job assignments. She uses the standard mileage method to deduct business costs related to the Acura. During 2019, Courtney drove the car a total of 10,000 miles.
3.When the Mumfords purchased their home on February 2, 2017, they set aside 300 square feet (out of a total of 2,400 square feet) of living space for Courtney’s office. The Mumfords do not use the simplified method for computing the home office deduction. As of January 1, 2019, the home had an adjusted basis of $240,000 ($40,000 of which is attributable to the land) for purposes of line 37 of Form 8829. The fair market value of the property was $282,000. Relevant information concerning the residence for all of 2019 appears below.
Homeowner’s insurance $3,200
Repairs and maintenance 1,800
Utilities 6,200
Painting (office area only) 1,250
The cost of Courtney’s office furniture and equipment was previously deducted under § 179 in the years these assets were acquired. On June 29, 2019, she purchased a fireproof file cabinet for $800 to safeguard the blueprints of her structural designs and construction plans. Whenever possible, Courtney prefers to avoid depreciating capital expenditures over time.
4.One of Courtney’s clients was interested in building a shopping center on a tract of land she owned in Lincoln County. Courtney inherited the property from her uncle when he died on June 6, 1999. At that time, the land was valued at $40,000. It has since been rezoned for commercial use and has a current value of $200,000. On February 10, 2019, Courtney exchanged the Lincoln parcel for a similar tract in Minnehaha County worth $190,000 and cash of $10,000.
5.On September 2, 2019, Courtney sold a tract of land in McCook County to a farmer who owned the adjoining property. The land was inherited from the same uncle who died in 1999 and was valued at $30,000 on June 6, 1999. Under the terms of the sale, Courtney received cash of $20,000 and a note receivable to be paid in four equal installments at 1-year intervals from the date of sale. Each note calls for the payment of $25,000 plus simple interest of 8%. To the extent allowed by law, Courtney wants to defer recognition of gain for as long as possible.
6.In early 2018, Matthew learned that one of the restaurant’s best servers, Mindy Smith, was suffering domestic abuse at the hands of her husband Billy. When Billy started to abuse their 5-year-old daughter as well, Mindy decided it was time to leave. Before they left on April 14, 2018, Matthew loaned Mindy $5,500 to help her relocate with her daughter. Matthew had her sign an interest-free note due in 1 year. Matthew never heard from Mindy again. In late 2019, Matthew learned that Billy tracked Mindy and their daughter down and killed both of them before committing suicide. Given these tragic circumstances, Matthew has no expectation that the loan will ever be repaid.
7.On August 5, 2017, Matthew purchased 1,000 shares of Farmers’ Markets America (FMA) common stock for $16 a share as part of its initial public offering. The corporation was formed to establish and operate farmers’ markets in mid-size cities throughout the United States. Although some market locations were profitable, the venture as a whole proved to be a failure. In November 2019, FMA’s remaining assets were seized by its creditors, and FMA stock became worthless.
8.In addition to the items previously noted, the Mumfords had the following receipts for 2019:
Interest income from
General Motors corporate bonds $1,900
City of Sioux Falls, SD bonds 1,400
Castle Bank certificate of deposit 210 $ 3,510
Qualified dividends from MG

Cyber Security IT254

List each question with its corresponding answer. Include at least three reliable sources. Both the bibliography and in-text references should be in APA format.
1. In the case from the link above, what are some steps we can take to prevent such incidents from occurring?
2. How would you report this case if you were CISO of the company ?
3. Based on this type of malware hacking incidents, what laws could affect this type of cyber attack?
4. What are some punishments which would result from this type of case?
You have to respond to at least 2 colleagues.

Is it wise to involve multiple parties at multiple levels in the organization in the budget preparation process?

the full question is: Many researchers praise the benefits of participative budgeting. Is it wise to involve multiple parties at multiple levels in the organization in the budget preparation process? Why or why not?
Embed course material concepts, principles, and theories (which requires supporting citations) along with at least one scholarly, peer-reviewed reference supporting your answer.

Complete post with 300 words minimum

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapter 16, especially examining Section 16.5, and respond to the following components:
Describe a multinational corporation and foreign direct investment (FDI).
Identify some benefits and costs for the host country from allowing a multinational corporation to locate there, despite its developing economy.
Evaluate whether developmental assistance from world developmental agencies, such as the World Bank or the United Nations, would be preferable to private investment.
What would you decide between developmental agency assistance or private investment, such as FDI from multinational corporations? Why? Explain.
Your initial post should be a minimum of 300 words.

Complete discussion post with minimum of 300 words

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapter 15 from the course text, especially examining Section 15.2, and respond to the following components:
What are the different effects between aggregate demand-based growth and aggregate supply-based growth?
What may shift aggregate supply to the right? Thoroughly explain its process.
As a policy maker, would you prefer the strategies of aggregate supply-based economic growth or aggregate demand-based growth? Why or why not?
As a proponent of either aggregate supply-based growth strategies or aggregate demand-based growth strategies, what would you recommend for the current U.S. economy to achieve stable economic growth?
Your initial post should be a minimum of 300 words.

Answer ‘Physical Security and Threats’ question with minimum 300 words

Many business environments have both visible and invisible physical security controls. You see them at the post office, at the corner store, and in certain areas of your own computing environment. They are so pervasive that some people choose where they live based on their presence, as in gated access communities or secure apartment complexes. Alison is a security analyst for a major technology corporation that specializes in data management. This company includes an in house security staff (guards, administrators, and so on) that is capable of handling physical security breaches. Brad experienced an intrusion—into his personal vehicle in the company parking lot. He asks Alison whether she observed or recorded anyone breaking into and entering his vehicle, but this is a personal item and not a company possession, and she has no control or regulation over damage to employee assets. This is understandably unnerving for Brad, but he understands that she’s protecting the business and not his belongings.
When or where would you think it would be necessary to implement security measures for both?
1. Initial response with minimum 300 words plus 2 additional posts of approx 100-150 words each
2. Cite in APA 7 format
3. Use atleast 2 references
4. Additional posts can provide extensive additional information on the topic

BUS375: Employee Training

E-learning for Training and Potential BarriersIn Chapter 5 of the textbook, e-learning as a method of training is discussed. In Chapter 6, potential barriers of e-learning readiness to implementing e-learning as a training method are examined. In a two- to three- page paper (excluding the title and reference pages), examine e-learning and the barriers. Include the following in your paper:
Describe e-learning as a training method.
Describe the potential barriers of e-learning readiness.
Analyze how e-learning readiness has affected your success at University of Arizona Global Campus.
Explain what a trainer can do to prepare learners for e-learning.
Your paper must include in-text citations and references from at least two scholarly sources, excluding the textbook, and be formatted according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Writing Center.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.