Friday Five – 6 September – 5 Questions in 5 Minutes
Welcome to this week’s Friday Five – 5 Questions in 5 Minutes Every Friday
What’s this all about?
It’s a bit of Friday Fun where we provide you with 5 questions relevant to a mix of CII exams. The challenge is for you to answer them in 5 minutes. Answers at the bottom of the page.
These questions relate to examinable tax year 2019/20, examinable until 31 August 2020.
- Who does the Consumer Credit Act 1974 affect?
- Almost everyone who provides any form of credit or advice on obtaining/repaying debt
- Building societies and banks only
- Loans secured on land and property authorised by Life Offices
- Estate agents and land surveyors
- Hydra’s year-end accounts contained the following informationGross Profit £15,625
Tax on ordinary activities £2,325
Preference dividends £800 (2,000 preference shares in issue)
Ordinary dividends £1,400 (3,000 ordinary shares in issue)
What is their earnings per share?
- Liz has been off work sick for 6 months and is being paid through her employer’s income protection (IP) policy. Which of the following statements concerning the tax treatment of the IP is correct?
- Liz will receive a gross amount of IP benefit from her employer as sick pay
- The premiums paid by the employer are not classed as an allowable expense
- The benefit is paid directly to the employer and treated as a trading receipt
- The premiums are treated as a benefit in kind for Liz
- Four friends are considering whether they would find cash flow modelling useful in helping them decide how much they should withdraw each year from their flexi-access drawdown fund. It is true to say that the ones who will benefit are: Tick all that apply.
- Ben, who wishes to withdraw enough each year to meet his needs while keeping the capital value of his drawdown fund intact to pass on to his children.
- Jeff, who wishes to withdraw enough each year to provide an income for life.
- Tristan, who does not mind what happens to his drawdown fund as he has plenty of non-pension investments he can call on.
- All of them.
- Craig is one of three partners in a partnership and has £80,000 in the capital account. On his death, this is treated as:
- An asset of the partnership
- An asset of his estate and repayable immediately
- An asset of his estate and the partnership equally
- An asset of the partnership up to the amount stated in the partnership agreement with the remainder being due to his estate
- A – See R01 Study Text, Chp 5:2
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- A – See R02 Study Text, Chp 1:2
Grab our taster mock exam paper for CII R02. Click here to download.
- C – See R03 Study Text, Chp 1
Grab our taster mock exam paper for CII R03. Click here to download.
- AB – See R04 Study Text, Chp 8
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- B – See R05 Study Text, Chp 10.2
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