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As 2012 drew to a close, Goldman Sachs (GS) eased the tax burden on 10 of its top officers,...

As 2012 drew to a close, Goldman Sachs (GS) eased the tax burden on 10 of its top officers, issuing stock awards ahead of schedule, thus allowing the executives to sell before the higher tax rates of the new year kicked in.
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  • WSDFirm
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    If any of these ten Goldman partners sell one share, I will short GS! (I am long Goldman.). This comment is like the one saying Warren Buffett bought back the 9,200 class A shares to help the estate avoid capital gains tax. Uninformed.
    3 Jan 2013, 05:22 AM Reply Like
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