People’s Action joins a broad coalition asking everyone to call 877-795-7862 NOW and tell your Members of Congress to vote against the Republicans’ tax cut plan, which offers huge windfalls to corporations and the rich at our expense.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is in the last hours of accepting public comment on a rule that would require corporations to make public more information about their use of overseas tax havens.
Two reports reinforce one of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s chief attack lines against competitor Bernie Sanders: that his “numbers don’t add up” and that he is making promises “that cannot be kept.”
The Massachusetts senator takes on tax preparation services that make a lot of money off of complicated tax forms and don’t want the Internal Revenue Service to implement a law that would make tax filing simpler.
It is stunning that supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would stand up for General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt in the face of GE’s record of tax avoidance.
The disclosure of records from Panama’s Mossack Fonesca offers a wider view into the world of shadowy shell companies used by the wealthy to hide wealth. Legislation awaits action in Congress that would help address this issue.
A letter to Congress counters the argument that corporations are being harmed by the current corporate tax code and that the remedy is a change to a “territorial” tax regime.
The tax plan from Donald Trump is a big deal, but not nearly as big a deal as it would be for people in the top 1 percent, who would get a tax break averaging $184,000 a year under his plan.
The tax plan the Republican candidate has released this week shows he is as wedded to failed conservative economic orthodoxy as his relatives and the rest of the Republican political leadership.
A petition launched today says that if the online retailer “is really trying to be ‘mindful, transparent, and humane,’ it must pay its fair share of taxes at home.”