The truth is that the charter must pay the bill for the life of a charter. And since you are a charter, the charter must pay the bill for your life.
There is no question that charter companies are a bit of a black hole, but this new bill seems to have hit them on all fronts. The bill itself seems to be an attempt to increase the amount of money that charter companies must pay, since it seems to be a very high percentage of their total profits. But the charter must pay the bill for their life.
It’s the charter company’s life. Their money is tied to their charter. And if they don’t pay that bill, then their charter expires. It seems like a small price for the company to pay to keep its charter.
Of course, the bill is actually very small in its impact, since it only impacts the charter companies. So it doesn’t seem like its a big deal. I mean, what does it really cost? Charter companies pay themselves around $20 million in total profits per year. So a million isn’t a big deal to charter companies.
Of course, Charter companies pay themselves around 80 million – 100 million per year, so its a tiny amount. But it’s still a big issue. So even a tiny amount can be a big issue.
The Charter companies have a big issue with this bill as well. Charter companies dont like the fact that the government wants to force them to change their business practices in order to increase their tax revenue. The government is also concerned about some of the other types of regulations that Charter companies have had to comply with over the years in order to stay in business. For example, companies that serve alcohol have to be able to serve food and still keep the tax money flowing in.
Thats right, Charter companies that dont already serve alcohol or food have to pay a tax on that change. Charter companies that dont have a liquor license or a food license have to pay a tax on that change too. Charter companies that dont have a website have to pay a tax on that change too. Charter companies that dont have insurance and pension services have to pay a tax on that change. Charter companies that dont have a website and have a website have to pay a tax on that change.
I love this, the ability to write a check with the click of a button and have the IRS accept it on behalf of your company.
The question here is, does this move make sense? I mean, it seems like it would be a lot of hassle, but if you are a charter company that doesn’t have a website that makes sense.