Disney is a Delaware Based Corporation?

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  1. hertamaniac

    hertamaniac Give me 95 degrees everyday

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    I think I misread your original statement. Apologies.

    Now, if a company incorporates in Delaware, I do wonder how that affects them if they apply for state funding/grants that are not in Delaware? For example, we are based in FL even though we are "incorporated" in Delaware. Now, I am thinking that our state (FL), may have limited incentives or restrictions on companies not incorporated in our state.
     
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    SorcererHeidi Sorcerer please cast forever love spell for me

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    @hertamaniac . No worries, it's all good. :)
     
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    Hey ...I resemble those remarks.
     
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  5. zonkvadr

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    I had just moved to Delaware when Disney was in litigation with Michael Eisner. They were on the news everyday ,having to actually physically be here for the court case.

    It was exciting stuff for our little state!
     
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    SorcererHeidi Sorcerer please cast forever love spell for me

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    :rotfl2:

    I use that line all the time, @GAN . And it never ceases to amaze me the number of people who appear :confused3 by it. LOL
     
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    Sounds like copyright time.:flower:
     
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    The vast number of major corporations are incorporated in the state of Delaware and it has nothing to do with state income taxes paid. Corporate state income taxes paid (if any), are strictly paid to the state that they're headquartered in, not incorporated in. That's why there's been an exodus of companies in recent years from states like California, NY, NJ, etc. to non-income tax states like Texas.
     
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