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Executive Excess 2011: The Massive CEO Rewards for Tax Dodging

Cover: The Massive CEO Rewards for Tax DodgingCorporations don't dodge taxes. The people who run corporations do. And these people — America's CEOs — are reaping awesomely lavish rewards for the tax dodging they have their corporations do.

In fact, corporate tax dodging has gone so out of control that 25 major U.S. corporations last year paid their chief executives more than they paid Uncle Sam in federal income taxes.

This year's Institute for Policy Studies Executive Excess report, our 18th annual, explores the intersection between CEO pay and aggressive corporate tax dodging.

Read the report and take action.

Executive Excess 2010: CEO Pay and the Great Recession
September 1 - The 17th annual executive compensation survey looks at how CEOs laid off thousands while raking in millions.

Executive Excess 2009: America's Bailout Barons
September 2 - The 16th annual Institute for Policy Studies' "Executive Excess" report exposes this year’s windfalls for top financial bailout recipients.

Executive Excess 2008: How Average Taxpayers Subsidize Runaway Pay
August 25 - This 15th annual report calculates the annual cost of tax loopholes that encourage excessive executive pay.

Executive Excess 2007
August 29 - IPS' 14th annual CEO compensation survey on the staggering social cost of U.S. business leadership.

Executive Excess 2006
August 30 - Defense and oil executives cash in on conflict.

Executive Excess 2005
August 30 - Defense contractors get more bucks for the bang.