Module 10B: Introduction to Woodlot - Income Tax and Estate Planning

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Question:

Persons carrying on a business have no obligation to keep records.

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True

False

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Question:

A cashbook has separate columns for cash receipts and cash disbursements.

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True

False

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Question:

A well maintained cashbook eliminates the need to keep original source documents.

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True

False

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If you generate records using electronic methods, you can destroy the electronic records as long as a paper copy is kept.

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True

False

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Question:

On woodlots where operations are carried out in such a way that the woodlot is not a farming business, income must be reported using the accrual method.

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True

False

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Question:

When timber is removed from a woodlot, a deduction against income may be claimed.

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True

False

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Question:

The timing of claiming costs such as seedlings and planting, depends on the method of income accounting.

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True

False

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If money is borrowed to earn income from a business or property, the interest paid may be claimed as a deductible expense.

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True

False

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Question:

Examples of capital assets include (check all that apply)

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light bulb,

a woodlot,

machine oil,

new barn,

air filters,

tractor chains

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Question:

If money is borrowed to earn income from a business or property, the interest paid may be claimed as a deductible expense.

Response:

True

False