what did she lie about? You just keep throwing accusations out with no evidence.
Yes, four people were killed by terrorists in what appears to be a planned attack. Why is Hillary Clinton responsible for that? Even the Pentagon is getting irked with this incessant, pointless investigation and baseless accusations. You can google it. Did you read any of the published reports? No, you just want to make unsupported accusations.
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sure she did. Let's see some proof. The U.S. Gov DID NOT have rules prohibiting private servers, and Hillary went through the government IT staff to install her servers. Nothing classified was found on her server -- they classified items AFTERWARDS, meaning it was not classified at the time it was on her servers. This is as dead as your stupid Benghazi conspiracy theories.
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OK, Gumby, it seems you are a little Pokey in the head. "Don't quote tax law"? Go to the damn IRS site and read it, then. A normal stock split is not declared as a dividend, you just get two shares for one (if it's a 2:1 split). That kind of stock split is not taxable. THIS ONE IS A DIVIDEND. I don't know why they are doing this, but that is what they have stated. And if it's a dividend, it is taxable, unless it's in and IRA or other non-taxable account. If you don't believe me, call the company. Or you could just wait for your 1099 from your broker, and then not pay tax on the dividend, and get fined.
Only if they are in an IRA, otherwise they are taxed. Go to the IRS.gov site and type "reinvested dividends" into the search bar.
Read the release. They clearly state that this will be paid AS A DIVIDEND. That makes it taxable, as any other dividend.
As I understand it, you will have 50 shares of Class A with basis $80, and 50 shares of Class C at basis "whatever UA.C opens at on April 8", which I assume will be the same as the price of Class A shares at first. Where they go from there is a question, but the lack of voting rights wouldn't seem likely to drop the price much. Note that this is a taxable transaction, since it is a dividend, and you will owe taxes on the value of the spun-off shares. Does anyone know of a similar situation in another stock and what happened?
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