What GAO Found Fundamental changes over the past 40 years have led to various risks and challenges for the three main pillars of the U.S. retirement system. For example, current projections indicate that by 2034, the Old-Age and Survivors trust fund for Social Security’s retirement program—the first pillar—will only be sufficient to pay 77 percent…Read More
It can, but given that virtually all 100% ESOPs are S corporations and pay no tax, there is no tax benefit to doing so. This may be a way, however, to get shares to new employees. Say a company wants to borrow money to buy a building (or any other asset). Shares would be allocated…Read More
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