# Accounting homework help

## Math m4 A1

To study the growth of a population mathematically, we use the concept of exponential models. Generally speaking, if we want to predict the increase in the population at a certain period in time, we start by considering the current population and apply an assumed annual growth rate. For example, if the U.S. population in 2008 was 301 million and the annual growth rate was 0.9%, what would be the population in the year 2050? To solve this problem, we would use the following formula:

P(1 + r)^{n}

## Financial Management 1 Assignment 2

**Financial Management 1 Assignment 2 - Due Midnight 23 ^{RD}, APRIL 2016**

## Financial Management 1 Assignment 2

**Financial Management 1 Assignment 2 - Due Midnight 23 ^{RD}, APRIL 2016**

## Federal Tax Income

**Instructions:**

**Prepare the 2015 Form 1040 and all other required Federal forms and schedules for Brett Simons. The returns should be prepared taking the maximum tax benefit allowable into consideration. Round all amounts to whole dollars.**

**Do not prepare tax returns for any other individuals mentioned in the problem.**

**The ages provided in the problem are determined as of 12/31/15.**