Business vs. individual
03/20/2014 5:54 PM
03/20/2014 5:56 PM
If corporations have personhood, then they should be liable for the same federal and civil penalties as any other citizen.
That includes the death penalty here in Texas, and that includes paying normal taxes at a normal tax rate.
Mine was 28 percent last year; theirs would probably be higher, since they make significantly more money than me.
Additionally, their deductions for capital and expenses, etc. should be removed. Citizens do not get those benefits.
— Justin Ram, Fort Worth
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