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Golf Balls and Boy Balls

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Meeting on the driving range Jim and Adam become fast friends

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You do tend to shift speakers without warning or identification which is sometimes confusing. However, I have not had too much trouble and the story is certainly interesting. The money is a little too unbelievable. Their fathers could not have had a separate company worth some 34 billion without there being something shown in their prior tax returns which the lawyers would have. With a net worth like that, the death taxes would be astronomical as well....Even with everything held in trusts, the income used or profits taken would still be taxable soooo!??

 

A couple of hundred million is a lot. Billions and billions starts to sound like the number of hamburgers sold at

Mickey D's. Oprah is only worth a couple of billion (2.4 per Forbes).

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On 06/17/2011 12:29 PM, Daddydavek said:
You do tend to shift speakers without warning or identification which is sometimes confusing. However, I have not had too much trouble and the story is certainly interesting. The money is a little too unbelievable. Their fathers could not have had a separate company worth some 34 billion without there being something shown in their prior tax returns which the lawyers would have. With a net worth like that, the death taxes would be astronomical as well....Even with everything held in trusts, the income used or profits taken would still be taxable soooo!??

 

A couple of hundred million is a lot. Billions and billions starts to sound like the number of hamburgers sold at

Mickey D's. Oprah is only worth a couple of billion (2.4 per Forbes).

Thanks for the review. Sorry you find it un-believiable, but if you look at the Fortune 500 that is way down the list in net worth.I must be a worse writer than I thought. Jim is the only one telling the story. Yes I use dialog to tell the story, so is it that I don't use enough speaker tags that says who is speaking. I will try to do better.I didn't mean to imply the corporation didn't pay taxes, of course, they do. The owners don't have to pay taxes on anything but what they take out of the corporation in either dividends or selling stock. Since they held corporation in blind trusts and relied on the officers to run the company. I really appreciate the review and will try to add more speaker tags if that will help.
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