C:1-62 A client, Mal Manley, fills out his client questionnaire for the previous year and on it provides information for the preparation of his individual income tax return. The IRS has never audited Malâ€™s returns. Mal reports that he made over 100 relatively small cash contributions totaling $24,785 to charitable organizations. In the last few years, Malâ€™s charitable contributions have averaged about $15,000 per year. For the previous year, Malâ€™s adjusted gross income was roughly $350,000, about a 10% increase from the year before. Required: Applying Statements on Standards for Tax Services No. 3, determine whether you can accept at face value Malâ€™s information concerning his charitable con-tributions. Now assume that the IRS recently audited Malâ€™s tax return for two years ago and denied 75% of that yearâ€™s charitable contribution deduction because the deduction was not substantiated. Assume also that Mal indicates that, in the previous year, he con-tributed $25,000 (instead of $24,785). How do these changes of fact affect your earlier decision?Use Chapter 1 and the Purdue Global Library resources to analyze Case Study C: 1-62. As a tax preparer and consultant, it is important to be able to interpret and apply IRS guidelines to situations you may encounter with a client. In this case study, your client, Mal Manley, has made several assertions regarding the amount of his charitable contributions. You must be able to use IRS guidelines, your professional skills and judgement, as well as your personal experiences, to evaluate the information that Manley has included in his client questionnaire. In a 1-2 page informative essay, please respond to the following questions: 1. Evaluate client information based on Statements on Standards for Tax Services No. 3 in the first scenario. 2. Evaluate changes of fact regarding the clientâ€™s assertions of charitable contributions made provided in the second scenario in case study. 3. How do your personal experiences influence the culture of your company workplace when working with client information which you may not be able to easily verify? 4. How do personal factors affect dealing with your tax clients and society at large? In regards to both theoretical and applied situations, evaluate the strengths and limitations of personal experiences.