3. Rental property
Set up automatic transfers.
Under the college athlete compensation bill, universities or college athletic conferences would be prevented from punishing athletes if they are compensated based on their sports performance. The legislation was approved unanimously.
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Sony Music has cancelled the debts of thousands of artists who signed to the record label before the year 2000.
Buffett and his fellow billionaires have known this secret for a long time. As Buffett put it in 2011: “There’s been class warfare going on for the last 20 years, and my class has won.”
I played about 30 matches with this setup. I didn’t conquer in every one. In fact, there were quite a few games where my team got stomped, even if I hit a bit harder and faster. This showed me that teamwork is still a necessary component for victory, and it told me that despite my advantages, my teams were not playing smart enough to win.
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There’s also a second strategy Buffett relies on that minimizes income, and therefore, taxes. Berkshire does not pay a dividend, the sum (a piece of the profits, in theory) that many companies pay each quarter to those who own their stock. Buffett has always argued that it is better to use that money to find investments for Berkshire that will further boost the value of shares held by him and other investors. If Berkshire had offered anywhere close to the average dividend in recent years, Buffett would have received over $1 billion in dividend income and owed hundreds of millions in taxes each year.