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W3C - New Features

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Pawnkingia

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 05:39 pm Click here to edit this post
Is this just a CEO feature because I cannot find that page?

Catholic Zone of Civilization and Prosperity

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 06:00 pm Click here to edit this post
There's no need for a President to have it: you know your tax rates.

Acme Holdings

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 07:22 pm Click here to edit this post
Those new corp features are useful. Good work Jozi

Suomenmaa NO CEO

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 07:53 pm Click here to edit this post
Is this just a CEO feature because I cannot find that page?

No, you can find in your "my corporations" page profit transfer option.
As i see things its only usefull to suck public corporations dry.

Alpha Industries

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 09:40 pm Click here to edit this post
the way I see it, if a corps(public or not) has large debts, then it needs to keep most if not all of its profits.

Its when a corps runs out of cash that more debts are taken on and sooner or later it can go bust.

Being able to change the profit dividends for each individual corps can limit that. Its not sucking a public corps dry, its returning to the investors the money they have paid for their investment.
If a country or CEO holds more than 50% of a corps then they get the lions share of the profit.

Investors in a public corps take a chance on them making a profit and returning them large pots of cash, they also take a chance on a corps going bust, losing their money and losing their share of a corps debts.

Suomenmaa NO CEO, does your country invest in shares?
Does your countries pension fund invest in shares?
Does your country benefit from the shares it buys?

You seem anti public corps, but I bet you take the cash from the shares dividends that your country has invested in.

Beta Industries

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 09:49 pm Click here to edit this post
AH AH !!

I've just noticed something else!

I set my public corps profit tax to 5% for most corps, and now the AI has reset most of them to minus 1%.

Is that somesort of failsafe system to prevent failing corps paying out?

Can you explain please Jozi

Acme Holdings

Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 10:05 pm Click here to edit this post
I reckon the -1% shows when no profit payment has been made.

I dont think you can set the payments to a negative value yourself (yup I tried)

Pawnkingia

Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 01:48 pm Click here to edit this post
'There's no need for a President to have it: you know your tax rates.'

There is a need because if you have public corps and they reach a certain value ... then a super tax is paid. I wanted to know what the implications ofthis super-tax is and the cost affiliated to it. That is why it is important

Alpha Industries

Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 01:52 pm Click here to edit this post
I think a president can set his public corps tax rates but the profit tax is something different.

Its a share of the profits which is given out to the shareholders not to the country the corps is in.

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