"Murphy's Law": New York May Follow New Jersey With Trading Tax Of Its Own

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by Bugsy, Sep 14, 2020 at 7:10 PM.

  1. Bugsy

    Bugsy


    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/murphys-law-new-york-may-follow-new-jersey-trading-tax-its-own
     
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  2. terr

    terr

    They are determined to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs...

    Except the goose is not tied to them. The goose will just fly away. Probably to warmer climes.
     
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  3. Here4money

    Here4money

    I'm sure Manhattan investment bankers will love relocating to Midland TX


    not srs
     
  4. bone

    bone ET Sponsor

    These States clearly don’t know Jeffrey Sprecher very well.
     
  5. clacy

    clacy

    This is just the beginning. These blue states and cities that have decided to shut their economies down until the election and allow their cities to burn, loot and riot are going be raising taxes on the remaining people unable to flee.
     
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  6. Palm Beach County will be the next hub or maybe Chicago. But not midland texas
     
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  7. Bugsy

    Bugsy

    JP Morgan relocated to Texas from New York.
     
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  8. bone

    bone ET Sponsor

    Goldman Sachs and UBS are building in Nashville on the riverfront. No State income tax.
     
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  9. Bugsy

    Bugsy

    Ya no income tax in Texas either. It's why Joe Rogan moved here. Actually we've had quite a bit of big businesses fleeing the high taxes and regulations of California and New York to come here. Real estate rates have been driven sky high by the employees since they were able to sell their homes at several times the cost of what they would cost in Texas and then bid up the prices with cash offers.
     
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  10. terr

    terr

    Midland, no. Austin, Dallas or Houston - why not?