Congress may soon be delivering America’s awesomely affluent an unpleasant tax-time surprise.
The Vermont senator and former presidential candidate takes shot across the bow of the wealth defense industry.
Taxing the rich won’t be effective unless we deploy a variety of policy approaches. After all, the richest among us are often experts at dodging taxes.
Taxes on the wealthy should be linked not just to the top of the income ladder, but also to the bottom.
State governments have many options for recouping the windfalls large corporations and the wealthy received through the 2017 Republican federal tax law.
Serious proposals are on the table to address the deepening divide between the uber-rich and the rest of us.
The renowned ‘Nuns on the Bus’ are heading to Mar-A-Lago, the final stop in a cross-country campaign to undo the damage of the Republican tax reform.
Since 1980, government programs have been failing America’s poor. The GOP tax legislation essentially re-engineers government to fail America’s middle class, too.
We can take a lesson from 1932.
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
The recently leaked Paradise Papers underscore the need to crack down on tax dodging instead of passing another giveaway for the wealthy.
Reagan actually raised taxes on corporations.
The family that has made billions off trick-or-treat candy has gone generations without paying any appreciable tax on its enormous fortune.
You probably pay about four times more of your income to Social Security than millionaires, who want to cut their taxes and your benefits.
The last thing the country needs is a sham tax reform designed to reward Republican donors with more tax breaks.