There is a conundrum between what was promised by the tax cuts granted to the wealthiest and to Corporations and the way those ‘cuts’ are being used by Corporations. That is due to the people who sold the public on the need for these cuts and the promises that it would bring better paying jobs. That is on the government and the people who supported these cuts- not on corporations. In general, I feel that the tax cuts for corporations are needed to ensure that they are generally consistent to the rates they would pay in other countries. It will have the long-term effect of bringing back manufacturing and corporate investment in valuable US manufacturing infrastructure. Given the daily uncertainty of what our governmental policies are or will be, the safest use of corporate capital is in the reinvestment of buying back stock to keep shareholders happy and to keep 401K retirement plans growing. We do need to disentangle personal wealth from corporate wealth and drastically increase taxes on the wealthiest. We need to close the legal tax loopholes that enable Amazon to pay no taxes or for trump resort properties to claim farm credits (since they maintain a couple goats in the far extents). trumps daily inconsistent and unpredictable governance by tweet makes it hard for corporations to see returns on the longer-term investments needed to assure that all employees are treated as valued stakeholders. In general, corporations need employees but don’t make them part of the process and employees need corporations but do not know a lot about the laws, restrictions, pressures from shareholders that drive other costs. There needs to be attempts to close the gaps and getting both sides to a common understanding and working together. Some companies do this and their success should be a model.