Quote of the day – on tax laws and corporate partners

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SullivanFrom Marty Sullivan (pictured), a top U.S. tax expert, speaking last year:

“What politicians keep forgetting is that you can’t ‘partner’ with the corporate community when it comes to writing the tax laws,” Sullivan explains. “They’re not partners — they are adversaries.”

Someone ought to send a memo to every government in the world. Such as this one.

 

 


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