Problem 3-39 (Algorithmic) (LO. 5, 6, 9) Toby and Nancy are engaged and plan to get married. Toby is a full-time student and earns $6,700 from a part-time job. With this income, student loans, savings, and nontaxable scholarships, he is self-supporting. For the year, Nancy is employed and reports $77,000 in wages. Click here to access the standard deduction table to use. Click here to access the Tax Rate Schedules. If an amount is zero, enter, “O”. Do not round your intermediate computations. Round your final answer to nearest whole dollar. a. Compute the following: Toby Filing Single Gross income and AGI Nancy Filing Single Standard deduction Taxable income A ” Income tax ” b. Assume that Toby and Nancy get married in 2019 and file a joint return. What is their taxable income and income tax? Round your final answer to nearest whole dollar. Married Filing Jointly Gross income Standard deduction Taxable income A t Income tax c. How much Federal income tax can Toby and Nancy save if they get married in 2019 and file a joint return?
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