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 You may not realize this, but you are incorrect. You are mistaking ideological points of what you think should be taxable with current tax law. The money itself doesn't have to reside outside of the US. The stipulation is that it's held by non-US subsidiaries and considered to be perpetually invested outside the US (oddly that includes being held within the US by non-US subsidiaries). Now your suggestion is that it shouldn't be taxable, because it was earned outside the...
http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323301104578255663224471212 That has been contested many times. The argument for a repatriation holiday was typically based around lobbying where the largest corporations claimed that funds were tied up, which might otherwise be used to build infrastructure. This is not typically the case, as smaller businesses that are more likely to have that kind of problem are less likely to be able to afford such elaborate accounting. Money...
They already do that via foreign tax credits. That's why I refer to the 35% number as clueless nonsense. I would point out that part of the reason for the gap in wealth isn't the rich paying taxes on income. Some taxes actually shake out in weird ways, but toward the top most of their money is made by appreciation of assets. With things such as real estate, it can be taxed as income if they sell something within two years. If they sit on it long enough, it's taxed as...
 Many of them actually keep quite a bit of it in US banks, even if it's "held" by a foreign subsidiary. Keeping their cash in dollars ensures a stable basis when it comes to earnings reports. The 35% figure is also inaccurate. You might want to look up foreign tax credits. That alone (excluding other adjustments) means that is 35% minus whatever was paid in tax to a foreign government, assuming they filed for refunds of overpayment where applicable. Credits are different...
You should probably just contact the software vendors. Most will have support options, and you should be able to transfer your old licenses. This kind of issue isn't all that uncommon. As for the serial, you could brick your logic board that way if you mess up. I don't recommend it. Also keep in mind if the ram was an after market upgrade, you should always test it yourself upon installation. There are no exceptions to that rule.
We also have wifi available in most places where someone is likely to open their notebook for an extended period of time. I suspect cellular connectivity is only a significant factor for a small percentage of individuals, mainly those that would use it for work reasons. For those people, tethering should work almost as well. The old mac pro actually had a cto ssd option. It was just not an exceptional value. It was around $1000 for a "typical" 512GB ssd.
It actually takes a lot less than firefox on OSX. For whatever reason firefox lags on OSX, yet its iceweasel counterpart never gives me those kinds of problems.
I wouldn't chance it when using something like a bootloader. As I recall it is possible to use the option key anyway, but you won't see the normal loading screen.
You really don't understand any of this. It doesn't buy back debt from investors. Other investors effectively buy them out, and they have to control something like >80% of shares just to force the remaining ones to sell (can't recall it's 80 or 90%). That you use the term "free country" makes me think you may be trolling.  There's nothing to argue. You just misinterpreted how buybacks work. When the company buys back shares, they cannot vote them. Imagine they buy up all...
He should really back up that drive prior to installing refind. That replaces your default bootloader, although you should still be able to use key overrides if necessary. It's also important to read the documentation prior to doing that. There are a few things that can cause problematic behavior, such as the use of other utilities in conjunction with refind.
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