A well-managed corporation wouldn’t give its shareholders a dividend if the corporation was facing revenue declines, a cash-flow crisis and an inability to fund its operations. On the contrary, it would ask its shareholders to pitch in to help it out.
If Alaska were a well-run business, the Permanent Fund dividend wouldn’t be happening this year and taxes would be in order.
— Lela Ryterski
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