CenturyLink CEO Signs Letter To Treasury Secretary on Capital Gains and Dividends

CenturyLink’s CEO Glen Post recently joined the CEOs of 17 other major companies in signing a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. The letter asks the Administration not to raise taxes on capital gains and dividends, which will help fuel economic growth, create jobs, and allow seniors and middle class investors to keep more of their investment dollars—all of which are national priorities. CenturyLink supports policies that will help both small and large businesses have access to capital and continue making critical investments.

You can read the full text of the CEOs’ letter on the Alliance for Savings and Investment’s website here: http://www.theasi.org/in-the-news/ceo-of-major-us-companies-wrote-to-treasury.html

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