Tax avoidance by the wealthiest Americans is drying up our heartland communities and squelching opportunities for young people.
Ordinary American taxpayers are subsidizing excessive CEO pay through a variety of channels. These five reforms could help end these subsidies.
Veteran tax reformer Bob McIntyre brings a historical perspective to the Trump tax-dodging scandal — and rates the best and worst American presidents on tax fairness.
Lobbyists for America’s grandest fortunes may want to raise their rates. Defending tax loopholes has just become a much dicier business. Capitol Hill is getting a gadfly who can really sting.
Billions of taxpayer dollars are now going to corporations busy stuffing the pockets of America’s billionaires. The eleven richest Americans have all received government subsidies, details a new report.
Over half America’s financial wealth, about $34 trillion, is generating income not subject to current federal income taxation. One key reason: Congress has been making the retirement savings rules more friendly to wealthy taxpayers eager to defer income from tax as long as possible.
America’s deepest pockets, a new Congressional Budget Office report shows, are saving big bucks from the U.S. tax code’s wide assortment of income tax breaks. They’re saving even more, other studies help show, from the absence of an annual wealth tax.
America’s top corporate executives love lecturing the rest of us about ‘fiscal responsibility.’ They want us to expect less from government. But they expect more, and a new report on the chief executives campaigning to “fix the debt” shows exactly how they’re getting it.