James Skala

Student
3 years ago
Why do you believe though that for pension plans and 401(k) plans the cut to the official corporate tax rate would be equal most of the time to a 15% rise in capital gains, ect. when corporations might use that money instead to re-invest in the business or raise employee wages rather than benefit the shareholder directly via share buy-back programs for example? Further, isn't the tax-exempt status of programs like pension plans the original incentive for using them? See more

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3 years ago
Why do you believe though that for pension plans and 401(k) plans the cut to the official corporate tax rate would be equal most of the time to a 15% rise in capital gains, ect. when corporations might use that money instead to re-invest in the business or raise employee wages rather than benefit the shareholder directly via share buy-back programs for example? Further, isn't the tax-exempt status of programs like pension plans the original incentive for using them? See more

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