Are we still talking about how estate of one of the richest 1%-ers managed to dodge paying taxes?
You're the one who accused me of not knowing the difference between philanthropy and taxes.
Your response to me pointing out estate one of the richest 1% paying no taxes (and that estate is not at all post-tax money!!!) with a suggestion of charitable donations in some attempt of misguided partisanship.
Here is situation - Steve Jobs paid no fucking capital gain taxes for at least a decade, he hasn't sold a single share since 97 and simply borrowed against his shares postponing taking tax. Then he croaks and estate now magically forgiven all past capital gains!!! What the fuck?! Our tax code when it comes to top marginal tax is broken, and don't try to make this partisan issues.
Someone earlier asked how much should 1% pay in taxes. Well, clearly more than estate of Steve Jobs did.