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  • sanderstheparrot sanderstheparrot Jan 19, 2012 4:33 PM Flag

    Pepco, CSC make 'Dirty Thirty' list

    I'm not surprised. CSC also appoints Peter Minan as Vice President of Internal Audit because they don't trust themselves to run a company honestly. Now, they need someone to run the company smartly.

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    • Here's a complete list of the "30 Worst Tax Offenders". It makes me angry how little taxes are paid by the all the companies. This is such crap because Republicans are still complaining that corporate taxes are still too high.

      Company (Effective Tax Rate%)
      FedEx ( 0.9)
      Corning (- 0.2)
      DTE Energy (- 0.7)
      Honeywell International (- 0.7)
      Mattel (- 0.9)
      El Paso (- 1.0)
      Wells Fargo (- 1.4)
      Boeing (- 1.8)
      Navistar International (- 2.0)
      NextEra Energy (- 2.2)
      CMS Energy (- 2.2)
      Interpublic Group (- 2.6)
      Verizons Communications (- 2.9)
      Consolidated Edison (- 3.0)
      DuPont (- 3.4)
      Duke Energy (- 3.9)
      Wisconsin Energy (- 4.9)
      Baxter International (- 7.1)
      Ryder System (- 7.3)
      Con-Way (- 9.1)
      American Electric Power (- 9.2)
      Integrys Energy Group (-11.3)
      Tenet Healthcare (-11.6)
      CenterPoint Energy (-14.7)
      NiSource (-16.4)
      Computer Sciences (-18.3)
      PG&E (-21.2)
      Paccar (-30.5)
      General Electric (-45.3)
      Pepco Holdings (-57.6)

    • Warren Buffet and Bill Gates, both very reputable and successful business men believe a proportional higher tax on the wealthy is the correct thing to do.

      Why GOP candidates think inversely is totally idiotic. They're political deadheads and don't give a dam what Warren Buffet and Bill Gates says.

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      • To avoid politics, but doesn't Buffett owe a ton of money in Taxes that he has yet to pay?

        And did not Gates transfer a huge chunk of his estate into a trust of some kind to avoid paying taxes?

        They should be, rather, delighted to throw their own money into the federal government. Who, then, is holding a gun to their heads telling them to pay ONLY WHAT THE LAW asks them to pay? The Federal Reserve gladly accepts donations.

        Why don't you donate some of your income above and beyond your 1044 filing?

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