ProPublica Report Stokes Debate On Wealthy Paying Fair Share In Taxes
Telemus Director of Corporate Executive Services Matt Heckler in InvestmentNews.
Raising capital gains taxes won’t affect billionaires like the ones cited in the ProPublica article, said Matthew Heckler, director of corporate executive services at Telemus Capital.
“The mega-, mega-wealthy can wait it out … until the next [presidential] administration to see if the tax rates are something more palatable,” Heckler said.
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