This is why we need a "Flat Tax" system in this country for both Individual
and Business. 8% to 12% would provide a tax base much more robust than what
we have today....and most of us would probably pay less, but certainly
everyone would pay a "fair" share.....and think of all the savings there
would be from all the "extra" costs currently related to our Tax system!!
Just IMHO!!
Dave

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It's all part of the standard multinational corporation planning to move
the profits to the jurisdiction in which they are taxed least
(preferably not at all).

Doug Woodard
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada



On Mon, 29 Aug 2005, Jerry Eyers wrote:

> > Funny tidbit.  BP says they loose money on their gas stations, $100mil
> last
> > year.  You refine it, you transport it, you store it, you delivery it,
and
> you
> > sell it.  How do you loose money when you control all aspects of it.
Just
> by
> > vertues of econmies of scale you have to make money.
>

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