“…Bill Moyers: The Rich Are Different From You and Me — They Pay Lower Taxes…”

“…Benjamin Franklin, who used his many talents to become a wealthy man – famously said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes.

But if you’re a corporate CEO in America today, even they can be put on the backburner — death held at bay by the best medical care money can buy and the latest in surgical and life extension techniques –

– taxes conveniently shunted aside courtesy of loopholes, overseas investment and governments that conveniently look the other way.

In a story headlined, “For Big Companies, Life Is Good,” the Wall Street Journal reports that big American companies have emerged from the deepest recession since World War II more profitable than ever: –

– flush with cash – less burdened by debt – and with a greater share of the country’s income.

But, the paper notes, “Many of the 1.1 million jobs the big companies added since 2007 were outside the U.S.

So, too, was much of the $1.2 trillion added to corporate treasuries.”..”

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Bill Moyers: The Rich Are Different From You and Me — They Pay Lower Taxes.

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