Congress could raise more than $4 trillion in revenue over the next decade by reversing years of tax giveaways to the richest Americans and largest corporations.
Reversing tax giveaways to the super-rich and the nation's largest corporations could raise $4 trillion within a decade and avert possible government closures.
Government must stop doling out ever-larger tax breaks to the superrich and vast corporations.
Some of the most affluent Americans actually pay lower effective tax rates than many middle class Americans.
At last, investors can't just fake the numbers on their tax returns when they reap capital gains.
Schools, housing, hospitals, roads aren't a match for loopholes for the rich.
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Global corporations are gaming our tax system and paying nothing, zero, zip toward government services they enjoy.
Between 2006 and 2010, GE earned $26.3 billion in profits and paid no U.S. taxes, yet received $4.2 billion in tax refunds.
Most of us pay more in taxes than many U.S. corporations, and corporate tax avoidance has increased dramatically in the last 50 years.