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How is Enterprise TAX Calculated?

Topics: Beginners: How is Enterprise TAX Calculated?

Teddy Bear

Thursday, November 22, 2012 - 07:21 pm Click here to edit this post
My other title had a typo :(

My CEO, Teddy Bears Picnic on LU has recently started to be charged enterprise tax.

Only 2-3B so far, but I am only at 298 corporations.

I was wondering if there is any documentation or explanation about how this tax is calculated please?

I remember reading something about how a CEO becomes less profitable as it becomes larger, over 400 corps i believe?

Another post mentioned that profit transfer can affect the tax, has anyone seen this?

My last question is about Enterprise score. Does having a higher profit share percentage mean you have a higher score, or is this not a factor?

Thanks for having a look guys :)



Friday, November 23, 2012 - 05:05 am Click here to edit this post
I believe it is related to number of corporations and total profit.

I just got charged $63B in enterprise tax making $350B. It was like $40B when I made $270B and like $30B when I made $210B. That enterprise has consistently had like 720 corps.

My other enterprise isn't being charged at all and has like 130 corps making $83B.

Profit transfer has been reported to increase enterprise tax... haven't witnessed it. Personally, I've always had profit transfer turned off anyway since I just manually reset cash levels to $60B in all corps anyway so no need to worry.

Profit transfer is not a factor in score. Pretty sure the biggest influence is total market value of all corps.

Teddy Bear

Friday, November 23, 2012 - 08:31 am Click here to edit this post
Thanks Mizore, that makes sense.

I guess when considering whether to continue to build up my existing Enterprise or start a new one, it's probably better to stick with one if they can make $350B and only be taxed $63B.

Happy Days :)

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