Your Questions About Money Making Stocks For 2011

Donald asks…

Isn’t it true that only when Demand is high do Business owners hire employees to meet that demand?

Since it would be a waste of money to hire someone when business is slow.

“If I get a $4,000 benefit for hiring you and I pay you $80,000 and you’re going to sit at your desk and do nothing because there’s nothing to do,” said Marty Regalia, chief economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce, “then the businesses aren’t going to hire you.”

” many employers dismissed the notion that any particular tax break or incentive would be persuasive. Instead, they said they tended to hire more workers or expand when the economy improved.”

“Companies are focused on jittery consumer confidence, an unstable stock market, perceived obstacles to business expansion like government regulation and, ABOVE ALL, swings in DEMAND for their products.”

““You still need to have the business need to hire,” said Jeffery Braverman, owner of Nutsonline, an e-commerce company in Cranford, N.J., that sells nuts and dried fruit. While a $4,000 credit could offset the cost of the company’s lowest-cost health insurance plan, he said, it would not spur him to hire someone. “Business DEMAND is what drives hiring,” he said.”

Demand Creates Jobs

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/10/business/economy/in-the-real-world-will-the-jobs-plan-make-a-difference.html?pagewanted=all

John answers:

NO. NO. NO. PLEASE, JUST CUT TAXES ONE MORE TIME. THEY WILL CREATE THE JOBS. I PROMISE! PLEASE! Smug Marxists conveniently ignores the fact that the effective corporate tax rate in the US is much much lower due to the numerous deductions, loopholes and credits US businesses use. A cursory look at federal tax collections on corporate profits identifies this easily.

Mark asks…

If U owned a T-shirt shop N the Govt gave U a Tax cut would you hire more Employees even when demand is slow?

If yes why????

What would the new employee do while you have lil or no customers???

Isn’t it true that only when Demand is high do Business owners hire employees to meet that demand???

Since it would be a waste of money to hire someone when business is slow.

“If I get a $4,000 benefit for hiring you and I pay you $80,000 and you’re going to sit at your desk and do nothing because there’s nothing to do,” said Marty Regalia, chief economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce, “then the businesses aren’t going to hire you.”

” many employers dismissed the notion that any particular tax break or incentive would be persuasive. Instead, they said they tended to hire more workers or expand when the economy improved.”

“Companies are focused on jittery consumer confidence, an unstable stock market, perceived obstacles to business expansion like government regulation and, ABOVE ALL, swings in DEMAND for their products.”

““You still need to have the business need to hire,” said Jeffery Braverman, owner of Nutsonline, an e-commerce company in Cranford, N.J., that sells nuts and dried fruit. While a $4,000 credit could offset the cost of the company’s lowest-cost health insurance plan, he said, it would not spur him to hire someone. “Business DEMAND is what drives hiring,” he said.”

Tax cuts don’t create jobs…….Demand does….

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/10/business/economy/in-the-real-world-will-the-jobs-plan-make-a-difference.html?pagewanted=all&_moc.semityn.www

John answers:

If you reach at least one conservative with your post today, you just had a good day. Here’s to ya!

@Jim, tell me how giving “Toys R Us” a tax cut makes me want to buy some lego blocks. I don’t get the connection.

Joseph asks…

If U owned a T-shirt shop N the Govt gave U a Tax cut would you hire more Employees even when demand is slow?

If yes why????

What would the new employee do while you have lil or no customers???

Isn’t it true that only when Demand is high do Business owners hire employees to meet that demand???

Since it would be a waste of money to hire someone when business is slow.

“If I get a $4,000 benefit for hiring you and I pay you $80,000 and you’re going to sit at your desk and do nothing because there’s nothing to do,” said Marty Regalia, chief economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce, “then the businesses aren’t going to hire you.”

” many employers dismissed the notion that any particular tax break or incentive would be persuasive. Instead, they said they tended to hire more workers or expand when the economy improved.”

“Companies are focused on jittery consumer confidence, an unstable stock market, perceived obstacles to business expansion like government regulation and, ABOVE ALL, swings in DEMAND for their products.”

““You still need to have the business need to hire,” said Jeffery Braverman, owner of Nutsonline, an e-commerce company in Cranford, N.J., that sells nuts and dried fruit. While a $4,000 credit could offset the cost of the company’s lowest-cost health insurance plan, he said, it would not spur him to hire someone. “Business DEMAND is what drives hiring,” he said.”

Tax cuts don’t create jobs…….Demand does….

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/10/business/economy/in-the-real-world-will-the-jobs-plan-make-a-difference.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

John answers:

Of course not. Since in reality, the tax cuts aren’t dependent on hiring, owners are simply taking the money and pocketing it, which is why income inequality is at an all time high.

There are other reasons why tax cuts won’t work now: http://capitalgainsandgames.com/blog/bruce-bartlett/2343/why-reagan-tax-cut-worked-1981-and-why-it-wouldn%E2%80%99t-work-today

Linda asks…

Isn’t it true that only when Demand is high do Business owners hire employees to meet that demand?

Since it would be a waste of money to hire someone when business is slow.

“If I get a $4,000 benefit for hiring you and I pay you $80,000 and you’re going to sit at your desk and do nothing because there’s nothing to do,” said Marty Regalia, chief economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce, “then the businesses aren’t going to hire you.”

” many employers dismissed the notion that any particular tax break or incentive would be persuasive. Instead, they said they tended to hire more workers or expand when the economy improved.”

“Companies are focused on jittery consumer confidence, an unstable stock market, perceived obstacles to business expansion like government regulation and, ABOVE ALL, swings in DEMAND for their products.”

““You still need to have the business need to hire,” said Jeffery Braverman, owner of Nutsonline, an e-commerce company in Cranford, N.J., that sells nuts and dried fruit. While a $4,000 credit could offset the cost of the company’s lowest-cost health insurance plan, he said, it would not spur him to hire someone. “Business DEMAND is what drives hiring,” he said.”

Demand Creates Jobs

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/10/business/economy/in-the-real-world-will-the-jobs-plan-make-a-difference.html?pagewanted=all

John answers:

Yes. Businesses aren’t goint to hurt their profit margins by taking on unnecessary payroll expenses. Only increased demand for goods and services will motivate businesses to expand and create more jobs.

Donna asks…

If U owned a T-shirt shop N the Govt gave U a Tax cut would you hire more Employees even when demand is slow?

If yes why????

What would the new employee do while you have lil or no customers???

Isn’t it true that only when Demand is high do Business owners hire employees to meet that demand???

Since it would be a waste of money to hire someone when business is slow.

“If I get a $4,000 benefit for hiring you and I pay you $80,000 and you’re going to sit at your desk and do nothing because there’s nothing to do,” said Marty Regalia, chief economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce, “then the businesses aren’t going to hire you.”

” many employers dismissed the notion that any particular tax break or incentive would be persuasive. Instead, they said they tended to hire more workers or expand when the economy improved.”

“Companies are focused on jittery consumer confidence, an unstable stock market, perceived obstacles to business expansion like government regulation and, ABOVE ALL, swings in DEMAND for their products.”

““You still need to have the business need to hire,” said Jeffery Braverman, owner of Nutsonline, an e-commerce company in Cranford, N.J., that sells nuts and dried fruit. While a $4,000 credit could offset the cost of the company’s lowest-cost health insurance plan, he said, it would not spur him to hire someone. “Business DEMAND is what drives hiring,” he said.”

Tax cuts don’t create jobs…….Demand does….

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/10/business/economy/in-the-real-world-will-the-jobs-plan-make-a-difference.html?pagewanted=all

John answers:

You are correct – demand is the only thing that creates more business. So why did our government prop us businesses with a $700 Billion bailout? What’s the difference between lowering taxes to give businesses more capital, and just handing over millions of dollars to businesses to increase their capital? Both approaches create the same result, and that result doesn’t create jobs.

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