On Sunday, the NY Times wrote what is being called a "bombshell" story on President Trump's taxes, after obtaining 20 years of tax returns. Although a good read, it's old news. The bigger story that the Times has finally alluded to is that Trump is indeed on a journey to bankruptcy. Let's examine why. As … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Cradle to Grave Tax Exempt Strategy to Stave off Bankruptcy
Disclosure: This post is both broad and detailed so that interested analysts and journalists can gather key facts and form their own opinion. Reviewing incredible schemes such as this orchestrated by Robert Mercer and Jim Simons often attract teams of analysts and reporters. This post is original fact checked independent research available free on … Continue reading How Trump Patron Robert Mercer Brilliantly Shifts Assets From The Main Street Economy, Beer Sales, Into What Bloomberg Calls “The Blackest Box in Finance.” Is Mercer indeed, like Trump, under severe financial stress?
Doris is 85 and suffers from moisture build up in her eye, what some call wet eye. She is on Medicare and gets treated with Eylea, a Regeneron product, every 4-5 weeks. Each treatment costing $6,200. That is more than $70,000 per year even though Doris never made more than $40,000 while working. … Continue reading Regeneron’s Eylea: Pulling Open the Curtain on Drug Costs
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By Richard Rubin and Margaret Collins - June 16, 2015 It’s one of the sweetest employee perks in the hedge-fund world: a chance to invest in Medallion, the wildly profitable fund created by market legend James Simons. Now, with deft legal maneuvers and a blessing from Washington, the firm Simons started is giving its employees … Continue reading Bloomberg – How an Exclusive Hedge Fund Turbocharged Its Retirement Plan
In 2012 I reviewed Mitt Romney's IRA for Mark Maremont of the Wall St. Journal, explaining the mechanics regarding how he amassed $100 million in this tax deferred account. This and related follow up stories in other publications after Maremont broke the story prompted the Senate Finance Committee to commission the Government Accounting Office (GAO) … Continue reading Creating Large IRA Balances by Manipulating Stock Values, Example YELP, Par Value .000001
By Margaret Collins and Richard Rubin - September 17, 2014 If it seems impossible to amass a fortune in an IRA during your lifetime, think again. The Government Accountability Office reported yesterday that about 9,000 U.S. taxpayers have each accumulated at least $5 million in individual retirement accounts. While the GAO didn’t say how they managed to … Continue reading Bloomberg – How to Join 9,000 U.S. Taxpayers With Romney-Sized IRAs