Problems of Accounting and Finance
4 pages addresses 2 accounting and finance problems. The first involves Banbury Corporation’s acquisition of Luttrell Co., which owned residential investment property that Banbury did not want. The second discusses Ms. Sack’s investment in Dylan, consisting of $20,000 cash and $20,000 (FMV, basis $2,000), concluding that half of the capital gains on the sale of her interest in the company are short-term, half long-term. Bibliography lists 3 sources.