David Brand

3 years ago
Wouldn't shifting the burden of corporate taxes to individual shareholders for public companies likely lead to significantly greater stock market volatility and, in some cases, to shareholders being obligated to pay tax without actually receiving sufficient dividends from the companies in whom they own shares? Wouldn't this create massive stock price dislocations and potentially impair the primary purpose of investing in public stocks which is capital formation (e.g. start ups that burn cash but whose stock prices rise because of future expectations)? See more

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3 years ago
Wouldn't shifting the burden of corporate taxes to individual shareholders for public companies likely lead to significantly greater stock market volatility and, in some cases, to shareholders being obligated to pay tax without actually receiving sufficient dividends from the companies in whom they own shares? Wouldn't this create massive stock price dislocations and potentially impair the primary purpose of investing in public stocks which is capital formation (e.g. start ups that burn cash but whose stock prices rise because of future expectations)? See more

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