Delphi’s Bankruptcy Likely to Cost at Least $10 Billion by 2007

General Motors Will Survive A Restructuring, but a Delphi Liquidation Would be “Dangerous.” Delphi’s bankruptcy and the ensuing restructuring of its operations in the U.S. and Canada is likely to cost U.S. workers, taxpayers, and investors at least $9.2 billion, and Canadians another $800 million, during 2007 alone, according to a 15-page preliminary report by the consulting firm Anderson Economic Group, LLC.

Prefunding the Sales Tax in Michigan

Patrick L. Anderson

AEG conducts an analysis of the Michigan “Prefunding” tax law.