Accountancy 503 — Spring 2020 Daily 10
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Estefania has income and deductions as a consultant for 2019 that are summarized as follows:
Gross income from sole proprietorship $148,500
Cash operating expenses for sole proprietorship 24,250
Estefania pays for her own medical insurance coverage (for herself and her immediate family) at $950 per month and places $1,000 per month in a personal retirement account.
Estefania’ primary client, Cheng Ltd., has offered her a job with a salary of $95,500. The company will provide equivalent medical coverage, cover all business expenses, and match Estefania’ contributions to a § 401(k) plan up to $500 per month.
Estimate the value of unemployment coverage and workers’ compensation coverage. If in doubt, use 4% and 6%, respectively, of salary.
Complete an analysis of Estefania’s net cash flow currently, and assuming she sees no substantial differential risks, her net cash flow if shee accepts the offer. Advise Estefania as to whether she should accept the offer.
Estefania’s other income is equal to her other deductions, so you may assume that this is her taxable income. Furthermore, the only income tax that is relevant is the tax on the income under the two possibilities. You may assume that the marginal tax on this income is 27 percent. [Show your work!].
Estephania was a gig worker who is currently classified as an employee under California’s Assembly Bill 5 (effective January 1, 2020). In 200 – 300 words, explain.