Allch Chcar (Fearless Blue)
| Tuesday, September 14, 2004 - 02:24 pm |
It takes alot of patience. Most corps can and will pay back their debt, even with high taxes, eventually so long as they are profiting each month. A corp can be fully upgraded in 3-5 years minimum. I would give a corp at least twice that amount of time to pay off its debt depending mostly on tax rate and product. So long as its generating enough profit that is.
A corp should be producing at least 5-10 billion in profit each month when fully upgraded. And even at 80/0 tax rate it should be getting 1-2 billion in net profit each month. So it would take a corp making 1 billion in net profit about 16 years to pay back 180B + interest divide by 2 to get the number of years it would take making 2 billion net profit each month. Approximately. The real math is dependant on monthly income and other costs so it may be much less.