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Billionaire Robert Smith Explains The 2% Solution To Structural Racism In America | Forbes

Robert F. Smith, the private equity billionaire who is the nation’s richest Black person, said on Thursday that large corporations should use 2% of their ann...

10/18/2020 4:43:00 AM

Private equity billionaire Robert F. Smith says large corporations should put 2% of their annual net income for the next decade toward empowering underserved communities—hear more from Smith at the Forbes400 Philanthropy Summit on YouTube:

Robert F. Smith, the private equity billionaire who is the nation’s richest Black person, said on Thursday that large corporations should use 2% of their ann...

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Breakingviews - Joe Biden’s tax plan has a flaw: too many losers

Joe Biden says he won’t slap new taxes on people who earn less than $400,000 a year if he becomes U.S. president. But if carried through, his tax plan could create losers among those who fall far short of that symbolic income threshold. That could be a problem when it comes...

Or just make them pay taxes!!!! This guy? Is this from the billionaire tax evader? Translate to meaning free shit for people who are not being responsible parents and having more children without taking ANY responsibility for their actions. Over-population is the root problem to all of this and especially global warming. But look, ACB adopted!! Wonderful woman.

How private equity titan Robert F. Smith evaded $43 million in taxes - Business InsiderBusiness Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007, the site is now the largest business news site on the web. good Now investigate Trump, tired of these rich people not paying taxes and middle class has to pay so much, more than likely we are paying their taxes they would not pay. Unpaid because of racism? There may be some protestor funding groups prepared to bail out the debts of the wealthy who are oppressed.

IRS-CI, DOJ Announce Largest-Ever Tax Charge Against One Individual, Plus Non-Prosecution Deal With Billionaire Robert SmithRobert T. Brockman, a 79-year-old resident of Texas, and the chairman and CEO of The Reynolds and Reynolds Company, has been accused of hiding over $2 billion in income from the IRS over 20 years. Bullshit. Put his ass in jail also Oh I bet it is. He’s a “Black” billionaire. 😏 Is BillBarr sending Trump a message? Within an hour after TrumpTownhall tonite, TheJusticeDept released a barrage of tweets within minutes of each other - about indictments for TaxFraud & moneylaundering - inc. this one.

Grizzlies Owner Robert J. Pera Goes Coast to Coast Buying Trophy HomesAn under-the-radar tech billionaire who happens to own the Memphis Grizzlies is piecing together an impressive portfolio of private homes from New York to Seattle Move the Knicks to Seattle while you're at it شكرا !! بس المنزل يكون خاص بس يجماعة فيه مشكلة وكله هين عفوا !! ابغى معشر كويس اعرفه !! يعني ابغى اصحابي يكونوا معايا في الروحة والجية !! حتى اتونس فعلا واعيش الكوميديا !! ترى بدون كوميديا انتاجي نوعا ما يقل !! ابغى اصحابي واختياراتي من الناس حتى البهجة وحتى نبلغ الكمال بأسهل ؟! And there are thousands of families who can't make rent. Billionaires shouldn't be.

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Robert Brockman charged in biggest-ever US tax evasion case - Business InsiderBusiness Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007, the site is now the largest business news site on the web. All good. He’ll just pay a fine and won’t go to jail once he settles. morewristslaps