Amid the tax-reform debate, there’s talk about allowing companies to immediately write off the cost of new investments. That would be a big boon to a company like CarMax KMX, -1.04% the used-car retailer that continues to grow at a brisk clip and invests a ton of money in new locations and new inventory.
CarMax spends a lot of money each year opening new stores that can cover up to 35 acres. As of its annual report in February,
the company tallied 173 stores, up from 158 at the same time a year
earlier for a roughly 10% increase. It spent roughly $420 million in the
last fiscal year to open those locations. - 5 stocks that could win big from the GOP tax plan
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On the subject in the context of the European war, lying pro-war bastards write: "Unconditional surrender was a concrete commitment that Britain and the US would not sell out the Soviet Union. That was never going to happen, of course, but it was a useful reassurance to Stalin that came at a time when Britain and the US were far from taking the fight directly to Germany. " Bull. Keep in mind we supported the bloody Communist tyrant Stalin and his hellhole USSR. "Uncle Joe" as the POS Truman called him. Hitler made many peace offers to the West, all rejected (France and Britain declared war on Germany, not the other way around). Because, you know, we've got to let millions fall under Marxist-Leninist totalitarianism to save the world from Hitler.
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