Saturday, September 14, 2013 11:04:39 AM
Well considering as a "corp tax expert" you had never heard of AMT for Corp, quite frankly your company has far bigger problems them "me" possibly doing their taxes.
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 4:41:28 PM
You can use all the big words or small words you want it will not change the fact you are an idiot busting people's chops about not knowing Corp Taxes when you have no idea what you are even talking about.
Shocker, you could not post one thing to prove anything I said was wrong, although I was looking forward to an example of somebody breaching their fiduciary responsibility because something was not tax deductible - that is certainly one of the more idiotic statements you have made yet.
I find it laughable that you are so concerned about how charities can better spend $1.40 vs $1.00 to them and $0.40 to the Government (which I will say is the only logical thing you have yet to say and I agree with) but if you can`t save $0.40 in taxes, screw the charity they do not get a dam thing.
I am glad the businesses and individuals who donate to us are not self absorbed jackasses like you.
Monday, September 2, 2013 8:13:31 PM
Okay, I'll try this one more time, and this time, I`ll try to use small words. I can do a lot more good by giving $1.40 to charity than I can by giving $1.00 to charity and $0.40 to the government. If I don`t know in advance whether a gift will be deductible, I wait until I do know. That way, I do the most good with the least waste.
Is that too f***ing complicated for your tiny little brain?
Monday, September 2, 2013 10:17:50 AM
Because I use facts, data and logic? Show any facts I stated as being incorrect like I have shown yours to be. Pull up forms 1120 or 4626 and show me where I am wrong. Show me how a company can make a charitable donation at the beginning of the year and know that it will be 100% tax deductible at the end of the year. Show me any business man that feels spending a $1 for the sole purpose of saving $0.40 in taxes is a good decision. Show me 1 case where somebody was charged with â€œbreach of fiduciary responsibilityâ€ because a companyâ€™s charitable contributions were not tax deductible.
You are great at running the mouth but when it comes to actual facts and data you are quite incapable of even stepping into the ring.