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Taxes Going Forward: It Could Have Been Much Worse

Saturday, January 12th, 2013, by

I’ve held off on commenting on the fumbling and stumbling New Years day resolution on taxes, until I could reconcile my conflicting reactions. Like any sensible person, I am appalled at the unwillingness to even address the spending side of the equation.  We are smiling on the way to an eventual apocalypse.  Each year that […]

How CEOs of Public Companies are Looting Shareholders Equity

Saturday, March 17th, 2012, by

Maybe the recent headline in the news caught your eye.  The current Chairman and CEO of Johnson and Johnson has a deferred compensation package valued at $143.5 million. Perhaps it was inevitable, when Nabors Industries last fall offered its CEO $100 million in severance–even though he was not leaving the company.  It’s important to get […]