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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I don't hear no out there. 10 when somebody because the Cleveland Indians say no. No. I think all these owners have it in their heads that the power of social media left wing social media is so great that it would somehow damaged their brands or their commercial interest. Something in this case I don't fully understand. I mean, it has never been. My impression is that the American left, uh, we're the biggest sports fans in the world and that the people are going to stop going to New York Yankees games or New York Rangers games or Texas Rangers games. Because of the name of the team. But these owners are so nervous today about social media hanging them out to dry and mocking them. But I get very nervous, not just owners, CEOs of corporations, presidents of universities, they're clearly not a lot of stalwart institutional leadership out there right now, and that is a big problem. The puzzle also is nobody's checked with the fan base. Dan. I can't believe they're 15 people in Cleveland who want the name changed this? That this is the tribe. There is no other. And the whole of the 20th century. The whole of the 21st century. Baseball has taken it on the chin because of the virus and taking away that name. Would you know what happens to a team? Then it moves cities and keeps the name Nobody believes it. No, I know it's just impossible. I mean, the Redskins are going to have a very difficult time coming up with another name. I suggest in the column since that they're in the nation's capital. They should be called the Washington nothings. For starters, but the tribe. I can't imagine. Cleveland. It would just never be the same. If there were no Cleveland Indians, you might as well just pull down the curtain and walk away from Cleveland if they gave up the name. Indeed, Dan Hanniger is the deputy editor of the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal. He writes Wonderland. He's very pleased Clevelander and for Heaven's sakes, the tribe slays Yankees. That's what The tribe does it? I'm John Bachelor. This is the John that Sasha. The world is changing rapidly on uncertainty.

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Biden unveils climate plan promising millions of new jobs

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:32 min | 10 months ago

Biden unveils climate plan promising millions of new jobs

"Joe Biden unveiled another key pillar of his seven hundred billion dollar build back better economic revival blueprint yesterday from to boost growth and create millions of jobs by fast tracking trillions in clean energy infrastructure spending. Should he win the white? House in. Speaking in his home in Wilmington Delaware the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee pledge to invest two trillion dollars over his first four year term in office to Promote A. Energy economy advance, environmental justice, and turbocharged the nation's pandemic ravaged labor market, the plan which aims to eliminate carbon emissions from the nation's electricity grid by twenty five is larger in scope and timing than Biden's primary pledge to spend one point seven trillion over ten years. The accelerated timetable is designed to lock in progress to prevent future administrations from unwinding action on climate change with more than thirty million Americans collecting unemployment benefits binding promise to reenergize the jobs market by rebuilding the nation's crumbling infrastructure, promoting US manufacturing of electric vehicles and parts, upgrading buildings to make them greener and more clients resilient, cleaning up existing environmental hazards and furnishing US cities with one hundred thousand or more residents with zero emissions public transport. Another bedrock of the plan is the advancement of environmental justice. Not In cancer clusters in Louisiana in Delaware and the high rates of childhood asthma in black and Brown communities, as well as findings that Black-americans are more than three times as as whites to die of asthma related. Causes Biden promised to redress the fallout of industrial pollutants on low income, historically disadvantaged communities. Though he did not offer specifics on how he would fund the two trillion dollar initiative Biden pledge to hold pass polluters to account by going off to CEO's corporations that benefited from decades of subsidies, then just walked away from their responsibilities to these communities. Last year the trump administration began the formal process of withdrawing the US from the Paris climate agreement binding promised to return the US to the accord.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Wine? If the actual service is the exact same, regardless of how much the bottle of wine cost. Now, I don't buy that. But that was the argument here that you can separate out the alcohol as well. Again. I think if you're going to all these extrordinary efforts to figure out how to save money on tipping. You're not quite in the spirit of this thing. But you tell me eight six thirty WMA LS with Michael I sixty six Michael, you're are you in the food service industry? Michael, no, I've ever worked as a server that got tips that my wife has a lot of friends that back in college many years ago, did as you were talking about this I- cynical side started thinking wondering if the people that are anybody that would be out there suggesting we. That we cut the wages of servers by reducing our tip and trying to nNcholas Dina. Are they the same people that demand we should have a minimum wage right or that complain about WalMart mistreating, their employees in all any CEO or corporation that, you know, visit tried to pay as little as they can are they the same ones complaining about that. I don't know maybe this will be to have a minimum wage for tipping law that requires when you go out and eat. I'm a minimum. Minimum tip. I wouldn't be for that either. But I do know that raising the minimum wage extraordinary amounts actually, ends up hurting people in the food service industry and their tips are not going to be as big and they live off their tips. I mean, Michael really when you get into that part of the business. It's the tips that really pay your bills, right? Right. Yeah. When you're when you're a server. Yeah..

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"All right. There's a couple of things are she's she's got a point that that it probably should be more equitable. But at the same time steady anything any change in society. We had our first black president ten years ago. Right. You know, there were plenty of people qualified to do it before Obama did it, but he did it. But the reality is that still if you look at it, and it's not not necessarily political. If you look at CEO's of corporations, very few women right board directors of major fortune five hundred companies very few women gender equity pay. I mean, women make less than men. It's just it's just plain out. Simple fact. Yeah. I would my retort her would be. It's it look at the way the. Curve is bending it's moving in the right direction. It's just going to take time. Nobody like at least me personally, I would never vote against a candidate or frankly, four a candidate because they were female. I just judge them on issues. And I think that that what she's rooting for. And what she's hoping will happen is already happening. It's just gonna take more time. Yeah. It's just it's amazing that it's going to take more time. That's I think the issue is the fact that it's been done. So slowly, it's fully half of the country that we're talking about more than half their more women than more women than men. And I think the reality is women. In fact, I saw the girl that plays Sansa. So if he turns Opie Turner makes less than kit Harrington, Jon snow Jensen more scenes, I would guess Emilia. Clarke makes less than John snow now that.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Bring on attorney longtime Andy three WABC caster Abdul Akim Shabazz doing where are you at man? I am over in the house. My friends. Part of what I do along with our different colleague Eric Berman is keep an eye on these guys over in the Indiana general assembly. So I have any what used to be a phone booth. Cellphones? A little a little privacy offices in the action over there today. What's going on? Yeah. Today. The Senate just in the last hour so passed there with simple generic hate crimes Bill. It says anthem says if an individual commits a crime of four for individual, but any sort of numerator reasons are sort of left out. So instead of you know, wonder bread, it's just bread or. Dan smoke at just milk. So. Sort of a crime hate crimes Bill Senate. They hate you get out of this chamber there. So long way to go that things have changed over the house. And because we're still got two and a half months left before sessions. Oh, what did this Bill? Look like before they kind of stripped it, what did it specifically mentioned. Well, the two categories of we've been talking about for awhile race, gender sexual orientation, gender, gender identity. Very standard stuff all those were taken out and just replaced by basically saying the judge finds that the crime was committed because of a bias. They can add an enhancing to bekker's underlying crime. But you remember you had to be convicted of the underlying crime, first and foremost before anything kicks that's true under this legislation. What sort of generic bias language or headed been those enumerated category? Abdul the governor came out with a very sternly worded response yesterday. When this was stripped out is it your belief that he would sign this Bill, which basically said doesn't give him anything. He wants. Bullet politics the politics of the art of compromise. The end of the day of everybody gets what they want something's wrong. I mean, there are some lawmakers did want any bias crimes Bill all their other lawmakers who said, hey, we need to go. Old yellow pages phone book, let's say so it'll be interesting to see you know, as we go forward. What happens on the Senate on the house side of things? So that any language gets put back in are there any changes? I don't think necessarily. Okay. I can't do that right now. The. Because we're not we're nowhere near at that point yet. And then there's also a theory too. You know, but half a loaf is better than no low veto in Indiana has a very weak governor constitutionally takes is a simple majority of the legislature to override a governor's veto that happened to Mike Pence a couple of times. So so this does this get us if they pass this thing they make this thing law as is right now. It's kinda sorta generic wording for the hate crimes thing. Does this get us? This get Indian off this mysterious list of of the CEOs in corporations are looking at in terms of who has crimes legislation laws on the books, and who doesn't exist as it is now with this gives us off the list. The advocates would tell you know, because it doesn't have those enumerated categories. I am working on something right now to go to whole lot of detail that says maybe doing some legal research over the weekend. There was one of the law. Degree comes in handy. Playing with even though it does not have a list of characters can still have a sort of an impact. So stay tuned on that one. I saw Michael Clark. And some of the other conservative activists the other day putting out on Facebook. We won we won. Did they win this? I mean is this a win for people who don't want hate crimes legislation? New believes we treat everyone equally. Well of all when people say seriously people, Indiana repre. So that kind of number one. I remember. Number two. Actually, there's an argument that what they have is actually even more expensive. Situation than they did before because you know, everybody treated equally let's say you a baseball bat. So the example with us today. No. Kyonggi the Yankees fans. Fan. That differ from being hit because you're black or African American or Jewish or whatever. No. He would say, hey, the judge probably wouldn't take the Yankees fan thing. Seriously. What they go the race gender, the gender identity more seriously. So I don't know what these people are ragging about. I mean, I guess when you can't really win anything else you'd get go to clear victories and run like hell, but but then again, I'm not Michael Clark. Also, tried to sink Indiana's economy either. So. Do they they serve beer over there to stay? Concession stand or anything over there? You can order a Miller lite. There. Do you believe you can have some alcohol permit though to syrup hair? Where's the closest bar statehouse? Like where do you? Where can you do a shot? We'll be actually like Noah's right across the street, Washington street. Oh, yeah. Right next to a subway. Right. There is that. Yeah. Yeah. Hey Abdul real quick is Brian Bosma in the house excited to get this Bill from the Senate, or is this something he doesn't wanna take on. Well, one of these senators did say. For the last three years the houses taking up this measure. They've got beat up a win at passer didn't pass looking forward to it over to the house because he was just going to grab some popcorn and kick his feet up. Do they? Like when the Democrats walked out the other day because they took all the specific wording out of the hate crimes law like what happens in the hallways. When they walk out. Like like are they all high five each other? They grab ass or are. They like are. They are they are. They really mad like are there. Still the arguments spill out into the hallways. They're like at the state house. Usually, do you think people? Here are pretty simple. I mean, they may storm out and just kind of go go to their offices, which are on the same floor for the most part as the chamber. I mean, they had like a media availability where number of them spoke to us yesterday a couple of days ago, the Senate did thing so it it is not uncommon and third degree both Republicans and Democrats have kind of done this Republicans did this years ago. What are they gonna think the bills were getting hurt? They stormed out for a few hours. We all know about the famous democrat walkout from years ago. So. It is not uncommon things. Get a little testy will eat it. You know? I know I know the date the hammer always twenty four hour love fast. You know? Why is it? They're like thirty audio of this debate that happened inside the chamber there. Do they do they stream that live or anything everything? Yeah. Everything here. Streamed live and also archives. So you can actually go online and Illinois. Yeah. Watch the floor sessions up Senator Lonnie Randolph from the east cargo Gary area of a real nice guy known for years. I have never seen an animated that limited that hashing it. So I can go back and watch that. It is should be online. If it's not a line a day. We'll be online. They are this stuff. Yeah. Hey. It was all public record real quick Abdul helped me work this because when I was a local elected official a meeting behind closed doors, that's a felony. And I could go to jail discussing town business unless it was a certain group of things these guys for two hours go behind closed doors, then thirty minutes during the whole debate go behind closed doors. How is how is this? Okay. For them to do it. But not for the local elected officials to do it. Well, here's the thing these guys because of the legislature and actually no baby. If you guys like in a real city, you could do this too. Political parties have the right to caucus. 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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In other words, the the the the chart looks like we're little too expensive for this trading range. But nonetheless markets are coming back, and I can tell you in spite of the volatility on wall. In Washington, which is where this little coming from market's been pretty has been pretty resilient. Last of all before you to run. This is the part where where where my arguments that I talked about every week. How the economy is not the stock market. It truly is not the stock market. And I think we have to we've got to consider that the economy and the stock market are two different things. The economy is single ride along right now the economy is not volatile at all the stock market is volatile. And there's reasons for that. And this I it ever cements the notion that the market runs onto emotions, fear and greed. And if you think in terms of the fact that the China trade deal talks started happening Tober, which us market to drop and then couple by the fact that the government shutdown. That's what caused and exacerbated the volatility having said that. Looks like Ripon Becky, and hey, rob Ferguson's here. CEO advantage corporation Advani. Go has done for financing small business big business any business for they've taken what quicken and quicken and turbo tax have done for the for you. And I finally our tax returns online at the corner of joining us today via Skype, rob Ferguson. Rob great to have you found. You have a fantastic pressure came out. Thanks good to see. I hate first of all talk a little bit about what you guys do as a whole. And then let's talk about this Pacific. This specific eight K that came out, and then we'll get into the we'll get into the products, and such as we move along here today. We've talked about before where in the digital communication side things digitally, and we have an enterprise software platform hickory. Virtually any software out there into our platform and crates multifunctional solutions as Pacific niche in the market or to customer, depending on their needs. So. The fortunate thing rolling. Work been working on for a number of months starting to pay off as you mentioned on the enterprise side. We've got a new convertible notice being rolled out. And as we speak to the market. I'm going to be expanding on that. And we think there's tremendous trash. Hey, rob stay right there. Because what what Rob's been able to do with? This company is is creates unique recurring revenue software products that other companies and services use what's called an enterprise wide solution spend the rest of the program talking about this company.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The long term. Meaning that would be a buy signal at this for a stock. We're a little bit oversold overbought. In other words, the the the the chart looks like a little too expensive for this trading range. But nonetheless markets are coming back, and I can tell you in spite of the volatility on wall on in Washington, which is where this all coming from Marcus been pretty has been pretty resilient. Last of all before you to run. This is the part where where were my arguments that I talk about every week. How the economy is not the stock market. It truly is not the stock market. And I think we have to we've got to consider that the economy and the stock market are two different things. The economy is single right along right now. And the economy is not volatile at all the stock market is volatile. And there's reasons for that. And this it ever cements the notion that the market runs onto emotions, fear and greed. And and if you think in terms of the fact that the China trade deal talks that started happening October which causes Margaret to drop, and then coupled by the fact of a government shutdown, that's what caused and and exacerbated the volatility having said that looks like Ripon Becky, and hey, rob Ferguson's here CEO advantage corporation advantage. Go has done for financing small business big business any business for they've they've taken what quicken and quicken and turbo tax have done. For the for you. And I finally our tax returns online at the corner of finance business and joining us today via Skype, rob the rob great to have you along. Do you have a fantastic press? Release it came out. Thanks, Ali good to see first of all talk a little bit about what you guys do as a whole. And then let's talk about this specific. This specific eight K that came out, and then we'll get into the we'll get into the products, and such as we move along here today. Company as we've talked about before where in the digital communication side things digitally, and we have an enterprise software platform to integrate virtually getting software out there into our platform. And. Multifunctional solutions as it relates to Pacific niche in the market or to customer, depending on their needs. So. The fortunate thing rolling now than working on for a number of months starting to pay off as you mentioned on the enterprise side. We've got a new convertible noticed being rolled out. Yeah. I'm going to be expanding on that. We think there's some tremendous trash. Hey, rob stay right there. Because what what Rob's been able to do. This company is is creates unique recurring revenue software products that other companies and services use what's called enterprise wide solution. Spend the rest of the program talking to rob this company.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KKAT

"Blue states new york eleanor and california and the worst news for those three states i not only are people leaving because of high taxation oh and there's crime and there's failed government education and there's bad weather in some cases but mainly cost of living in taxation and we know that because we know where they're going florida tennessee texas places with no income tax and that gets even worse with the new tax laws going into place but the worst part about the story that nobody probably other than us even talked about yesterday was that their net populations were down here as it goes back to when we used to talk about underemployment versus unemployment because somebody goes back guy making two hundred fifty thousand dollars loses his job he goes back to work and now he's works it kohls or walgreens making eight dollars an hour and according to that scoreboard he's back to work and everything is the saying no it's not somebody making ten dollars an hour doesn't live or spend anything like somebody that makes two hundred and fifty thousand oh underemployment was killing our economy is much or more than unemployment and it's the same in this case who do you think's leaving those that were paying a high burden of taxation paying the highest property taxes paying the highest state income taxes paying the highest federal income taxes or maybe a small business owners or ceos of corporations their companies in some left with their companies and employees and what were they replaced by what we call international migrants whether it's illegal aliens and refugees and we know like in the case of illegal aliens they're tax receivers they cost taxpayers three thousand dollars on average annually they don't spend they don't pay the taxes they received them these scenarios for these blue states are going to get even wars and i can't believe the democrats never pointed this tax plan and said this is this is strategically attacking blues states well it does but it's only because blue states have been doing something stupid all along.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The deepest blue states new york eleanor and california and the worst news for those three states and not only are people leaving because of high taxation oh and there's crime and there's failed government education and there's bad weather in some cases but mainly cost of living in taxation and we know that because we know where they're going florida tennessee texas places with no income tax and that gets even worse with the new tax laws going into place but the worst part about the story that nobody probably other than us even talked about yesterday was that their net populations were down your it goes back to when we used to talk about underemployment verses unemployment because somebody goes back a guy making two hundred fifty thousand dollars loses a job he goes back to work and now he's works it kohls or walgreens making eight dollars an hour and according to that scoreboard he's back to work and everything is the same no it's not somebody making ten dollars an hour doesn't live or spend anything like somebody that makes two hundred fifty thousand oh underemployment was killing our economy is much or more than unemployment and it's the same in this case who do you think sleeping those that were paying a high burden of taxation paying the highest property taxes paying the highest state income taxes paying the highest federal income taxes or maybe a small business owners or ceos of corporations their companies in some left with their companies and employees and what were they replaced by what we call international migrants or that's illegal aliens and refugees and we know like in the case of illegal aliens they're tax receivers they cost taxpayers three thousand dollars on average annually they don't spend they don't pay the taxes they received them these scenarios for these blue states are going to get even wars and i can't believe the democrats never pointed this tax plan and said this is this is strategically attacking blue states well it does but it's only because blue states have been doing something stupid all along.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WTMA

"The deepest blue states new york ellenouet and california and the worst news for those three states i not only are people leaving because of high taxation oh and there's crime and there's failed government education and there's bad weather in some cases but mainly cost of living in taxation and we know that because we know where they're going florida tennessee texas places with no income tax and that gets even worse with the new tax laws going into place but the worst part about the story that nobody probably other than us even talked about yesterday was that their net populations were down your as it goes back to when we used to talk about underemployment versus unemployment because somebody goes bad guy making two hundred fifty thousand dollars loses a job he goes back to work in now he works it kohls or walgreens making eight dollars an hour and according to that scoreboard he's back to work and everything is the same no it's not somebody making ten dollars an hour doesn't live or spend anything like somebody that makes two hundred and fifty thousand oh underemployment was killing our economy is much or more than unemployment and it's the same in this case who do you think sleeping those that were paying a high burden of taxation paying the highest property taxes paying the highest state income taxes paying the highest federal income taxes or maybe a small business owners or ceos of corporations their companies in some left with their companies and employees and what were they replaced by what we call international migrants or that's illegal aliens and refugees and we know like in the case of illegal aliens they're tax receivers they cost taxpayers three thousand dollars on average annually.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WLOB

"The deepest blue states new york eleanor and california and the worst news for those three states i not only are people leaving because of high taxation oh and there's crime and there's failed government education and there's bad weather in some cases but mainly cost of living in taxation and we know that because we know where they're going florida tennessee texas places with no income tax and that gets even worse with the new tax laws going into place but the worst part about the story that nobody probably other than us even talked about yesterday was that their net populations were down is key it goes back to when we used to talk about underemployment verses unemployment because somebody goes a guy making two hundred fifty thousand dollars loses a job he goes back to work and now he's works at kohls or walgreens making eight dollars an hour and according to that scoreboard he's back to work and everything is the same no it's not somebody making ten dollars an hour doesn't live or spend anything like somebody that makes two hundred and fifty thousand oh underemployment was killing our economy is much or more than unemployment and it's the same in this case who do you think sleeping those that were paying a high burden of taxation paying the highest property taxes paying the highest state income taxes paying the highest federal income taxes or maybe a small business owners or ceos of corporations their companies in some left with their companies and employees and what were they replaced by what we call international migrants or that's illegal aliens and refugees and we know like in the case of illegal aliens they're tax.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The consumer who helps make though reach you have to realise that when you use the word corporation a corporation as a legal entity in and of itself unless it's a sub ask corporation or something design is an l l c there's not a trickledown effect for the principles that will be responsible for the management of that cooperation the economic philosophy behind it is and and the corporate rate a 35percent is extraordinarily high compared to other countries which is why some companies such as general electric make investments overseas to the point where even jeffrey ill melt hasn't that despite the fact these now out has continue to advance the notion that you need to have new corporate tax structures in other parts of the world because the united states is just too burdensome the philosophy behind lowering the corporate tax rate and the aborts used to say this all the time the corporations don't pay tax that that number naturally follows through to the consumer borjas is only parsley right on that corporations do play the tax but then they do try to offload that into the free market where you pay for it when you've got abiding product or service if if you have a lower corporate tax rate you are stimulating theologically speaking you are stimulating guidry research and development capital outlays in terms of act research and development and also the theory here is that that's going to trickle down into the open marketplace and the consumers are going to pay less money but it's the corporation itself does not paying the lower taxes not the individual principles of the corporation they still going to be now i can say it's not going to benefit them at all but ultimately when you say corporation the word corporation is not synonymous with the ceo that corporation the corporation itself is a separate legal entity which is why you incorporate to begin with to offer some level of protection to these same principles but it's not like you're getting a fourteen percent reduction for the rich and a ten percent for the middle class because if you really got into the the whole laugher curve aspect of it and you went on you know all austrian on the argument you could make the argument that you're getting a ten percent across the board for those in the middle class but then the lower prices that you pay at the pump the.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Uncomfortable

Uncomfortable

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on Uncomfortable

"But tax rates for corporations you make a very businessfriendly environment people are more likely to take that money reinvest it back into their companies into their employees and eventually there is what has been called sort of a trickle down if russia writer law get back to everybody else from the rival who create the jobs and drive the economy in the first place you buy that no why not because um because it's it's false has it ever been true at any point in our economy it is it because here's the story as the ceo of corporation you have in extraordinarily strong fiduciary duty to your shareholders it's their your life is and everything you do is there for one purpose that is to make gains for your shareholders and pass it to them this is your fiduciary duty you can't sell things blow costin's there's a lot of things that you can't do your your your primary duty in life is to hook them up with whatever games that you can fight okay this is a gain it is fattening the bottom line and it doesn't belong to the employees it doesn't belong to the community doesn't blonde is small business suppliers doesn't belong to anybody except the investors and investors really aren't going to trickle chocolate down considering it the lion's share of investment at least in the stock exchange our people above a certain salary and above you know that the classic workman who is it fair to say though because this all this is sort of an estimation it's a prediction right we are speculating to some degree a about what the final bill will be but also about the environment in which it takes place in what the actual effects could be right we're all kind of guessing to some degree is it air to say that it might work well no i'd say that the the most effective way to get from point a to point b is a straight line when you agree okay so if point b is to get tech to get some kind of advantage to the middle class that why don't you go directly there then through the whole quiz pocus channels of wall street the rest of it it just seems and with the hopes that may be something will drool down from the lap rafters and land in your bank account it.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"No vote until he was persuaded that they would make that same change for small business so that's a win for ron johnson tax reform it is a complex system the packs co is very complex it's been in place for decades there hasn't been a lot of change up until recently is a key platform agenda item for president donald trump this was no doubts here this will be a big win for him so if you look at two thousand seventeen for president donald trump on the positive side supreme court pick your gorsuch certainly tax reform would be another one and i mentioned this yesterday the performance of the economy and specifically the stock markets and just the investment world in general and the optimism of ceos of corporations across this country that is a positive for the president of course the negative which i talked about to start the show continuing concerns on this special council investigation robert muller on links from the trump campaign to russia and where this could go what this might might do to his presidency how it might at some point reach into the white house and president donald trump that's the big question mark that's a negative a tax reform certainly front and center a key agenda item in bye by potentially tying in the repeal of the individual mandate which is also something that he talked about during the campaign and since he's been inaugurated as president that would we also win so for the president potentially a great day and also a day of concern and it shows you life under president donald trump is always that good and bad while today is a perfect example of that in amazing potentially amazing vote on tax reform again a a system that's really been in place for decades that could change say simplification changes for the corporate tax rates small business tax rate individuals simplification of the of incredibly complex process when you fill out your taxes in at the start of the year what that might mean lots of details the figure out here but work it seems like today we're going to get the fifty votes taxi form looks like.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"To the importance of the 17th amendment and how our constitutional structure was originally formed i you know this idea that state legislatures could be convened relatively quickly if they needed to recall a member of the united states senate that back it up now that doesn't solve desert you're right goto does not get regular of the house because also edged the reminds you while we're talking about john conyers according to a democratic member of congress woman republican members of congress will but there's still a republican sitting member of congress who paid at least that of is that we don't know about cidigray win and we need and we need to find out who that is i mean it if we are going to talk about the slushfund issue and just how calling an and horrifying an offensive that concept is the idea that you and i are paying settlements for this is is astounding to me so yeah we're hill touching those with the on the other we we talked about this issue of the responsiveness of corporate america yesterday a bit on on the day our country go you know this is this is the issue right where corporations because their bottom lines are being impact in a because chile we're talking about you know e employees subordinate relationships even ceos of corporations they can be removed by their boards of directors these things can happen but with members of congress right this is the wheels of of politics that move so slowly and so maybe we do need to figure out some way of some constitutional amendment are that will call for some way that we can call for the removal of members in an expedited fashion i did good luck with it i think goes and i agree it is it i'm just saying as part is discussions go if we want to if we want to find a way to move swiftly with misconduct you know that's the discussion we had a half woke getting back to the office of complaints issue that's this fund that apparently paid outs close seventy billion dollars not just though for sexual raza book for other issues over the last twenty years to employee's of our congress are under condition.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The investment side or does it i don't think it does um i think it's it's anecdotally interesting you know you you you see these folks on cnbc that are very wealthy know ceos of corporations or the founders of businesses and they routinely come on and suggest that you know they should be taxed more warren buffett is famous for kind of saying this and yet he doesn't volunteer voluntarily pay more tax and what he does keeps the very low so that he was not to pay in attack that's right it's just on that income tax as capital gains so it's interesting that you know we didn't see a although it's a republican plan but it's interesting that we didn't get any of the pay force for corporations right coming from the ultra wealthy right we did see a higher although i don't know if this bubble taxes but we'd see a higher bracket that have been talked about for instance instead they decided to limit the the the the lower side the property tax deduction and the and the mortgage interest deduction other words loving you schwab's will pay more wall the corporation it is not it seems the list i mean a little of little myopic in terms of the miss the perception i think it would create industrial is going to be very negative i think these are voting for always show is gonna be using that you that's why i say there's a lot as any hate but i think what they're hoping is that you won't notice i think what they're hoping is than and i'm not saying there is no logic to this because i think it's it's certainly will be good news for the economy of corporate taxes are lower and we repatriate cash from overseas this i think it will be good news for stocks do i do think it will be good for new for shareholder has been earnings i think the end the tax code with that a proposed is good for seemed for love seniors or retirees who no longer itemizes elections view could very well be i don't see at helping anybody who first of all of us don't own stocks the average person who might owned you know here and their mutual fund but is having trouble you know just kinda making ends meet.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Your airs without a federal estate tax and then after six years getting rid of it completely so that any matt hundred billion dollars two trillion whatever happens to be can be passed right on down to the heirs now they did not raise the gift tax limit no you can't give away more than they've you don't even know about the gift tax limit i dunno mark scelzo so what what is do you have uh w what are you see that they're probably doesn't affect much on the investment side or does it i don't think it does um i think it's it's anecdotally interesting that you know you you you see these folks on cnbc that are very wealthy uh i know ceos of corporations or founders of businesses and they routinely come on and suggest that you know they should be taxed more warren buffett is famous for kind of saying this and yet he doesn't volunteer voluntarily pay more tax than what he does pizzas income very low so that he doesn't have to pay income tax that's right about income tax as our capital gains so it's interesting that you know we didn't see a although it's a republican plan but it's interesting that we didn't get any of the pay fours for corporations bright coming from the ultra wealthy right we didn't see a higher although i don't know what this bubble taxes but we'd see a higher bracket that have been talked about for instance instead they decided to limit the the lower side the property tax deduction and the mortgage interest deduction other words new slabs will pay more wall the corporatised it is now it seems the list i mean a a little a little myopic in terms of the miss.

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"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ceo or corporation" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Deal you can get roughly five and a half million is that next year what is it now if one six okay fightes short just shy of by we're going to call five and a half million dollars roughly five and a half million dollars per person eleven million dollars roughly per married couple filing jointly of a repeat of of uh state test eight terry right you can pass that on his state taxfree of what they wanna do obviously is there our raise that to eleven million per person twenty two million for couples um meaning you can pass if you're married coupled twenty two million dollars on to your airs without a federal estate tax and then after six years getting rid of it completely so that any matt hundred billion dollars two trillion whatever happens to be can be passed right on down to the heirs now they did not raise the gift tax limit no you can't give away more than they don't even know about the gift tax limit i dunno marks cows all what what what is it do you have uh w what do you see that they're probably doesn't affect much on the investment side or does it i don't think it does um i think it's it's anecdotally interesting you know you you you see these folks on cnbc that are very wealthy i i know ceos of corporations or founders of businesses and they routinely come on suggest that you know they should be taxed more warren buffett is famous for kind of saying this and yet he doesn't volunteer voluntarily pay more tax and what.

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