The Trump tax plan will likely lead to a corporate income tax cut of $135 billion in 2018 alone.
It’s easy to get lost in the noise from pundits and politicians who thrive on the tax code’s complexity.
A new online tool provides data on whether specific corporations are sharing tax cut windfalls with employees or only rewarding executives and shareholders.
A major new report makes the case for a “fusion movement” against systemic racism, poverty and inequality, miltarism and the war economy, and ecological devastation.
This year, average taxpayers paid twice as much to corporate military contractors than to caring for all veterans combined.
Surprise! Corporations and billionaires are paying way less in taxes, with some profitable corporations paying nothing at all.
President Trump’s failure to fulfill a campaign promise to axe the controversial tax benefit for hedge fund and private equity fund managers has sparked action at the state level.
The “playboy genius” is essentially squandering taxpayer money on pet projects like Mars trips and flamethrowers.
A growing number of corporate leaders say it’s time for them to start sharing the wealth.
The teacher’s strike holds a lesson for other states: slashing taxes is no excuse for underfunding education.
Mellon’s failure greased the nation’s way into a decade of Great Depression. Will Cohn’s tax-cuts do the same?
Corporate public relations teams extol bonuses to pump up the Republican re-election effort, but many people will end up unemployed.
Pay scales at major U.S. businesses are way out of whack — and that’s just at the ones we know about.
As the new federal tax law slashes IRS bills for corporations and the wealthy, the momentum is growing for progressive state-level taxes that could recoup some of these resources.
The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.