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(Boston Globe)   France cuts taxes to become more start-up friendly for businesses. First time ever that "France" and "friendly" have ever been used in the same sentence   (bostonglobe.com) divider line 4
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2013-05-01 08:34:59 AM
Lemme guess Subby, you don't even have a passport.
 
2013-05-01 12:04:05 PM
FTFA: He enumerated a graded scale for tax breaks on capital gains for entrepreneurs who bought start-ups: 65 percent if the company has been held at least eight years and 50 percent after two years. The tax advantage rises to 85 percent when companies are less than 10 years old, are being passed on to family members, or the owner is retiring.

How does this help anything but the personal fortunes of investors?
I thought France had figured out tax cuts do jack shiat to spur the economy.

And I thought entrepreneurs were people who actually started businesses, not people who bought start-ups...
 
2013-05-01 01:53:06 PM

JMacPA: Lemme guess Subby, you don't even have a passport.


It is sort of like bieng shot you don't have to have it happen to you to knw it sucks.
 
2013-05-01 09:37:29 PM

hasty ambush: JMacPA: Lemme guess Subby, you don't even have a passport.

It is sort of like bieng shot you don't have to have it happen to you to knw it sucks.


Way to prove his point. Had you ever been shot, you'd know that you get many days of R&R and awesome drugs.
 
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