Ordinary American taxpayers are subsidizing excessive CEO pay. These five reforms could help end these perverse incentives for executive excess.
Nearly 70 percent of voters in four battleground states support breaking up the big banks and eliminating loopholes that favor Wall Street executives.
After the election, we need to focus on forcing the next president to address inequality and fix our upside down tax code.
Revelations about Donald Trump’s tax returns — and the probability that he has paid no federal income tax for decades — should spur movements to fix our broken tax system.
$154 million of Stumpf’s pay, subsidized by taxpayers, qualified for this write-off between 2012 and 2015.
A new hire on Capitol Hill might be what we need to build a finance force that will close tax loopholes for the wealthy.
For the first time, Democrats are acknowledging America’s deep racial wealth gap — Here’s how we can start to close it.
Maine People’s Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage, Fund Education, and Provide Universal Family Healthcare
An interview with rising progressive star, Ben Chin, Political Director of Maine People’s Alliance.
Tax reform, Wall Street accountability, and the racial wealth divide are all acknowledged in this year’s agenda.
Working families are turning their anger at Wall Street into action.
If nothing changes in our tax code, the wealthiest 1 percent will claim half of all U.S. wealth in just 20 years.
We can’t just tax billionaires’ paychecks. We should tax the wealth they’ve already amassed.
Congress can only ignore the blatantly dishonest practice of offshore tax evasion for so long.
Bernie and Hillary have each laid out detailed plans to reduce inequality through reforming the tax code. Here’s where they stand.
Congress needs to shut down offshore tax shelters without rewarding the corporations that built them.