Clayton Christensen on the longterm

Professor Christensen…thought the government should consider a new kind of tax structure that encourages longterm investments and stability. For instance, no capital gains taxes for investments that last as long as eight years.

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  1. Barring legislative changes, in 2013 the 5-year capital gains rate will return at 18% with the 1-5 year rate changing to 20%.

    (If I had my druthers, capital gains tax rates would not have any cliffs. It should be a continuous function so no one has to think about timing issues.)


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