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Default Intel CEO Wants Tax Cuts, Not a Trade War

http://www.investopedia.com/news/int...rade-war-intc/

Currently Intel pays not so much: http://www.intc.com/releasedetail.cf...&ReleasesType=

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Corporate income taxes are a terrible idea, and I would support just getting rid of them. One big problem is we don't know for sure who pays them, though it has to be somebody (the first law of the economics of taxation: only a person can pay a tax). The current thinking, or at least the thinking 20 years ago when I was taking my "economics of taxation" class, is that the majority is probably paid by the owner (lower dividends), but some portion may be paid by employees (lower wages) or customers (higher prices).

To the extent they are paid by the owners you've got another problem, which is that we're already taxing capital in the form of capital gains taxes. As such you have double taxation.

There's also an issue that corporate income taxes are probably the most volatile source of tax revenue, falling off dramatically every time there's a recession, whereas personal income taxes and sales taxes are much steadier.

Eliminate corporate income taxes. Treat realized capital gains as any other income instead of taxing it separately (for most this would be a tax increase, though it would be a cut for some, and would partly offset reductions in tax revenue from eliminating the corporate income tax).
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Ridiculous that a company with 14e9 income can't afford to pay its tax. All they want is to put more money in their pockets.
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All they want is to put more money in their pockets.
They're a company. Their entire purpose is to make money for their shareholders.
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They're a company. Their entire purpose is to make money for their shareholders.
And that's why such wishes have to be taken with a cup of salt
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Latest Intel financial results say:

- Intel has to pay $1,5 billions every quarter to get out of debt (About $20 billions)
- Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a bottomless pit
- 2016 vs. 2015 (GAAP): revenue is higher (59,4 vs 55,4), but net income is lower (10,3 vs 11,4)
- cash is now just $5 billions

Also PC market is shrinking very fast. The future is high end SKUs.
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- cash is now just $5 billions
https://www.intc.com/investor-relati...n/default.aspx

Cash and short-term investment: $8.785B
Trading assets: $8.314B
Total cash investments: $17.099B

You were looking at just "cash and cash equivalents" ($5.56B), but you missed the short term investments as well as trading assets, which are essentially "cash" for the purposes of this discussion.

Their long term debt is $20.65 billion, and their short term debt is $4.634 billion.
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