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OzSTEEZ

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you'd think you'd be happy there was an incentive to help out the rest of the world.

that money is helping the economies of the rest of the world. What's wrong with that?

And it's shitting all over your economy when no taxes are collected. Simple shit, but you are pro corporation.
 

OzSTEEZ

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Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
So if Pepsi has a Japanese overseas corp and after they hire employees, work and turn a profit, you want them to shit all over the Japanese economy by sending that profit back here where it's actually worth LESS to the Pepsi corporation.

Fiduciary Responsibility to Shareholders ever come into play in your fantasy?
 

Floptical

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It's easy for someone to make complaints and wild statements about business when they really don't understand business.
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
LOL. Say Anything. Say Anything. Say Anything.
http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=42500

Even before the stunning revelation last week that Sen. Claire McCaskill owned a private airplane for which she owed more than $287,000 in back taxes, the Missouri Democrat was already in political hot water.

And Republicans are having fun reminding the press that, five years ago, when she came under fire from then-Sen. Jim Talent (R.-Mo.) on charges she had gone easy on her husband’s business while she was state treasurer, McCaskill retaliated with a TV spot in which she looked right into the camera and said: “And we have paid every dime of our taxes.”
 

JAXvillain

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So if Pepsi has a Japanese overseas corp and after they hire employees, work and turn a profit, you want them to shit all over the Japanese economy by sending that profit back here where it's actually worth LESS to the Pepsi corporation.

Fiduciary Responsibility to Shareholders ever come into play in your fantasy?

yes, they should because most giant US companies don't pay ANY taxes as it is
you know who picks up that tab? you and me. I don't like it one bit
 

OzSTEEZ

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So if Pepsi has a Japanese overseas corp and after they hire employees, work and turn a profit, you want them to shit all over the Japanese economy by sending that profit back here where it's actually worth LESS to the Pepsi corporation.

Fiduciary Responsibility to Shareholders ever come into play in your fantasy?

I want them to send the money back home? THEY want to bring their own money back home.
 

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yes, they should because most giant US companies don't pay ANY taxes as it is
you know who picks up that tab? you and me. I don't like it one bit

I have a 401k and some mutual funds, so that money is getting back to me regardless... Meanwhile uncle sam doesn't have a surplus to blow on stupid crap.
 

Amstel

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yes, they should because most giant US companies don't pay ANY taxes as it is
you know who picks up that tab? you and me. I don't like it one bit

DRAMA DRAM DRAMA.

any taxes? be careful drama boy. They pay plenty in property taxes, sales taxes, etc. just not income taxes if they don't earn income.

corporations don't have money. The shareholders do.
corporations are merely the legal protection from the shareholders personal assets.

you know, Paris Hilton chips her nail on a Pepsi can but can't personally sue YOU a shareholder for pain and suffering.

that's all a corporation is. That's it. a legal barrier. The money flows through it to the employees and shareholders.

when the shareholder buys a share at $1.00 and sells at $1,000.00 the shareholder pays income taxes.

You do not pick up one dime of the supposed 'tab' because some corporation doesn't pay income tax if they don't earn income.
 

JAXvillain

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DRAMA DRAM DRAMA.

any taxes? be careful drama boy. They pay plenty in property taxes, sales taxes, etc. just not income taxes if they don't earn income.

corporations don't have money. The shareholders do.
corporations are merely the legal protection from the shareholders personal assets.

you know, Paris Hilton chips her nail on a Pepsi can but can't personally sue YOU a shareholder for pain and suffering.

that's all a corporation is. That's it. a legal barrier. The money flows through it to the employees and shareholders.

when the shareholder buys a share at $1.00 and sells at $1,000.00 the shareholder pays income taxes.

You do not pick up one dime of the supposed 'tab' because some corporation doesn't pay income tax if they don't earn income.

keep sucking the GOP cock. they want us all on our knees but you like being there

prime example I have to bring up over and over is warren buffet pays over 10% less in taxes than his secretary. so if the people making all the money aren't hardly getting taxed and the companies aren't getting taxed that still leaves you and me
 
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Floptical

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keep sucking the GOP cock. they want us all on our knees but you like being there

prime example I have to bring up over and over is warren buffet pays over 10% less in taxes than his secretary. so if the people making all the money aren't hardly getting taxed and the companies aren't getting taxed that still leaves you and me

Do you know if that's 10% less in percentage terms or actual money. I can see say 5% of a billion still bring alot more than they say 10% of 200k his secretary pays. Or is it his physically 10% less than what his security pays.
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
It's like you ignore that the tax penalties of leaving money tied up in the corporation are significantly higher than taking it out. So it's cost effective for the corp to have zero income so they plan all year to end with that.

You know, they spend money advertising on CNN and other crappy stations. They fly their employees around on Delta so they can meet their customers and maintain relationships, they buy property to build buildings on to hire taxpayers so you can be happy when you raise the taxpayers taxes.

quitchercrabbing.
 

JAXvillain

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It's like you ignore that the tax penalties of leaving money tied up in the corporation are significantly higher than taking it out. So it's cost effective for the corp to have zero income so they plan all year to end with that.

You know, they spend money advertising on CNN and other crappy stations. They fly their employees around on Delta so they can meet their customers and maintain relationships, they buy property to build buildings on to hire taxpayers so you can be happy when you raise the taxpayers taxes.

quitchercrabbing.

those are expenses of doing business. "boohoo! I'm making billions! cry for meee!!!" :tard:
 

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keep sucking the GOP cock. they want us all on our knees but you like being there

prime example I have to bring up over and over is warren buffet pays over 10% less in taxes than his secretary. so if the people making all the money aren't hardly getting taxed and the companies aren't getting taxed that still leaves you and me

What are buffets charitable contributions? What are his secretaries?
 

Amstel

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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
Do you know if that's 10% less in percentage terms or actual money. I can see say 5% of a billion still bring alot more than they say 10% of 200k his secretary pays. Or is it his physically 10% less than what his security pays.

his bracket is 10% less. he pays millions more.

here's why.

Secretary has a reliable salary. Goes in does her job, pays taxes.

Buffet doesn't operate that way. He takes his assets and gambles them on businesses.

He "invests" in a corporation. The tax is lower because our gov't wants to incentivize it's citizens to invest back into the country and nobody is a better determiner of what they want to risk than the citizens.

This is especially important to the guy who has a little money saved (not Buffet 10 figures isn't little.). A guy that has $50k, $100K, or $500k in the bank would rather seek out a better yield for his investment than put it in a 1.4% CD which gets taxed as income. but it comes with no guarantee like a CD. This is better for the economy too as the direct investment into the corporation provides another avenue of cashflow for them. For the investor, it's a considerably higher risk.