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Taxes, Transparency, and Our Opaque Opulent

February 26, 2011 /

by Sam Pizzigati

Mega-millionaire residents of Manhattan's finest luxury towers pay less of their income in federal taxes than the janitors in their towers do. Once upon a time, we had a law that discouraged that distinction.

A Tax-the-Rich Lesson Finally Goes Public

December 6, 2010 /

by Sam Pizzigati

The National Archives in Washington, D.C. has just released a once-secret report that helps us understand how incredibly much today's tax structure coddle the wealthiest among us. By Sam Pizzigati...

Resurrect the Estate Tax

November 18, 2010 /

by Chuck Collins

Dan Duncan died at the end of March. The Houston gas pipeline mogul left behind a spouse, four children, four grandkids, and a fortune worth $9 billion. Duncan, a prominent...

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