Big money will pull out all the stops to sell you a tax plan that exclusively benefits the wealthy. Don’t buy it.
In the face of gridlock at the federal level, Seattle is leading the way towards a more just economy.
Three ways the president is selling tax cuts for the rich when no one actually wants them.
But health care costs, not corporate taxes, are the real drain on the U.S. economy.
While you and I file our taxes, Republicans want to make it even easier for big banks to dodge them.
Activists have organized Tax Day marches across the country to demand the release of Trump’s tax returns — and send a message about a tax system that enriches the wealthy.
Trump’s promise at the latest CPAC conference to unite the GOP as a party for the American worker is in direct conflict with his promise to increase military funding, IPS foreign policy expert Phyllis Bennis told the Real News Network.
Donald Trump’s VP pick signals a commitment to slashing taxes for millionaires and cutting services for everyone else.
Predictable as ever, the House Speaker’s plan would give an average annual tax break of nearly $800,000 to the top 0.1 percent.
Cutting all taxes on investments was a bad idea sixteen years ago and remains a bad idea today.
President Obama and some members of Congress think the easiest way to fund infrastructure is by granting corporations a large tax cut on their untaxed offshore profits.
Spending a dollar on the IRS adds $255 to the federal budget.
A quick review of presidential track records shows that giving the rich tax breaks doesn’t spur job creation and economic growth.
If the deficit disappears, our economic nightmare might finally come to an end.
The 2001 Bush tax cuts added $2.5 trillion to the national debt and disproportionately benefited the wealthiest households. Have we learned anything?