After two years without a budget, the Illinois state senate moves to close a tax loophole that cost the state billions.
It’s simple: a weak IRS helps the wealthy avoid paying taxes.
Our tax codes incentivize medical entrepreneurs to go for gold while patients are left juggling what’s best for them versus what they can afford.
Americans are used to paying sales taxes on basic goods and services, but when a Wall Street trader buys millions of dollars’ worth of stocks or derivatives, there’s no tax at all.
Underneath the populist rhetoric is a regressive tax plan that hurts more than it helps.
Are hedge funds a financial service or a racket?
These four progressive proposals have bipartisan potential.
Just because he lives in a 28,000-square-foot, $15-million mansion, why should this billionaire be targeted as an example of plutocratic excess?
The economy looks good to John Paulson, since he made $5 billion last year.
As Egypt and the Middle East rise, Wall Street and congressional Republicans continue to ignore the financial reforms the world is demanding.
The ultra-rich are driving demand in the United States and other “plutonomies.”
There are two tax systems in America today: one for the privileged and one for everyone else.
Congress must make it illegal for private investment firms and hedge funds to prey on poor countries.
This 15th annual report calculates the annual cost of tax loopholes that encourage excessive executive pay.
The little guys may be hurting, but fear not for the titans of capital.