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Lake acquired a controlling interest in Boxwood several years ago. During the current fiscal period, the two companies individually reported the following income (exclusive of any investment income):
Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300,000
Boxwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100,000

Lake paid a $90,000 cash dividend during the current year and Boxwood distributed $10,000.
Boxwood sells inventory to Lake each period. Unrealized intra-entity gains of $18,000 were present in Lake’s beginning inventory for the current year, and its ending inventory carried $32,000 in unrealized profits.
View each of the following questions as an independent situation. The effective tax rate for both companies is 40 percent.
a. If Lake owns a 60 percent interest in Boxwood, what total income tax expense must be reported on a consolidated income statement for this period?
b. If Lake owns a 60 percent interest in Boxwood, what total amount of income taxes must be paid by these two companies for the current year?
c. If Lake owns a 90 percent interest in Boxwood and a consolidated tax return is filed, what amount of income tax expense would be reported on a consolidated income statement for the year?



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