Donald Trump’s VP pick signals a commitment to slashing taxes for millionaires and cutting services for everyone else.
It’s simple: a weak IRS helps the wealthy avoid paying taxes.
America’s wealth concentration has increased tenfold since Bill Clinton first ran for president.
Cutting all taxes on investments was a bad idea sixteen years ago and remains a bad idea today.
Tax policy and police brutality are inextricably linked, yet no one’s talking about it. Here’s why they should.
The “Fix the Debt” lobby group called a recent IPS report “lies and mudslinging.” But rather than attacking IPS research, the group may want to focus on resolving their own inconsistencies.
A new report looks at 10 U.S. corporations that have used an array of tax loopholes and corporate subsidies to slash their tax bills: Bank of America, Citigroup, ExxonMobil, FedEx, General Electric, Honeywell, Merck, Microsoft, Pfizer, and Verizon.
In poll after poll, the American people say they are far more concerned about the jobs crisis than the “debt crisis.” A powerful coalition of CEOs says they have an answer for both problems.
This business-driven initiative is using the so-called fiscal cliff as a cover for tax-code changes that would damage our economy.
“Our report details how taxpayers are in effect rewarding corporate executives for gaming the tax system,” says co-author Scott Klinger. “The tax code has become a prime enabler of bloated CEO pay.”
How our tax dollars subsidize exorbitant executive pay
Congress must renew a successful tax credit supporting the budding wind power industry.
Rally to demand that Congress require the richest Americans to pay at least 30% of their income in taxes.
The Texas governor’s new plan is to give more money to the rich, but he says he “doesn’t care.”
IPS is co-sponsoring this educational event on proposals to place small taxes on trades of stocks and other financial instruments as a way to generate massive revenues and discourage short-term speculation.