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Financial Planning / Wealth Creation Strategies
|Subject: corp taxation||Date: 9/6/2011 10:08 AM|
|Author: NewAJ||Number: 61 of 72|
if the vision is to keep the enterprise continuing, expending cash flow reserves without concern could be useful in a extreme hyper-competitive global condition.
keep 10^9 zero in queue would not cause potential but will lower your expertise in understanding the industry and solving what every shadow enterprise has the 'innovator dilemma'.
'useless spending to continue useful spending' is one solution.
another method is to simply put a dividend.
excessive paranoia in competition implies lack of skill.
1 drunkard (unpredictable competitor)
2 wise/sound (experience is equivalent) technique
are more useful today.
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