The Washington Post's Allan Sloan and USA Today note that Trumps returns do show how the tax code is tilted toward a very specific kind of wealthy person real estate developers. They, along with investors, can lean on depreciation and interest deductions that can look pretty substantial when comp
A TRILLION-DOLLAR ASTERISK: Kudos to The Washington Posts Allan Sloan, who explored a whopping $1.2 trillion omission in Trumps revised tax proposals. Despite echoing some tenets of the House GOP tax plan in his economic speech last week, it turns out Trump isnt endorsing a key revenue raiser:
Date: Aug 18, 2016
'All options on table' when it comes to Adrian Peterson's future as a Viking
In other news:Fortune magazines Allan Sloan took another rip at Medtronic-style tax inversion. A high-bracket Minnesota resident who has owned shares of Minneapolis-based Medtronic for 20 years would have to pay about $20 a share in federal and state tax if the company inverts at current prices.
Date: Sep 15, 2014
Chiquita thinks $611 million takeover bid is unappealing
If Chiquita and Fyffes do merge, the North Carolina-based distributor would head to Dublin to save on taxes in a move called inversion. Fortune reported on the subject in a recent cover story by Allan Sloan.
Date: Aug 14, 2014
Up to 25 more US companies set to move overseas to cut tax bills
vard Business School and professor of law at
Harvard Law School;Peter Merrill,
director of the National Economic and Statistics Group at
PricewaterhouseCoopers; Leslie Robinson,
associate professor of business administration at the Tuck School of Business at
Dartmouth College; and Allan Sloan,
Date: Jul 23, 2014
Sorry Allan Sloan, Amazon's Jeff Bezos Doesn't Owe His Internet Fortune To Al ...
Most of the commentary has been interesting and insightful, Fortune magazine senior editor-at-large Allan Sloans recent essay a powerful exception. Indeed, it would be hard to find a more obtuse bit of analysis on the Bezos acquisition anywhere, let alone a more absurd 750 word insult to Op-ed on s
Date: Aug 18, 2013
Tim Cook asks Apple's parishioners to have a little faith in investments
the future of Apple, and that the company should not be concerned. Allan Sloan, a veteran columnist for Fortune, theorizes that investors should have been smarter than to follow the herd and that the "lunatic lurching" of Apple's stock is, at this point, more a source of entertainment than anything.
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