Britain and the United States once competed for that honor. Times have changed.
Wealth Inequality, Trade Agreements & How a Progressive Annual Wealth Tax Could Help Promote Economic Democracy
Omar Ocampo joins Bringing Light into Darkness (BLID) to discuss IPS’ Report: “Extreme Wealth: The Growing Number of People With Extreme Wealth and What an Annual Wealth Tax Could Raise.”
A new state tax on the wheeling and dealing of the wealthy is reaping far more revenue than expected
The president had much to celebrate in his State of the Union address. But to finish the job, he needs to take executive action.
New Institute for Policy Studies Report Finds That an Annual Wealth Tax on the World’s Richest Could Raise $1.7 Trillion Globally
The report includes country-by-country data on wealth inequality and the revenue possibilities of national wealth taxes.
Report: “Extreme Wealth: The growing number of people with extreme wealth and what an annual wealth tax could raise”
An annual wealth tax on the world’s richest could raise $1.7 trillion globally.
Champions of a more egalitarian society made important strides, building the power of workers while reducing the power of wealthy tax dodgers and greedy pharma execs.
You never know when an editorial can come in handy. Just ask Jeff Bezos.
Politicians in the Sunshine State would rather keep taxes on the wealthy low than average families safe.
An Institute for Policy Studies analysis of the progressive tax proposed by incoming Colombian President Gustavo Petro would impact a small percentage of the nation’s wealthiest while raising millions to address widening inequality.
“These dramatic wealth gains are unseemly in the face of the loss of over a million lives and millions of livelihoods.”
Massachusetts billionaires’ wealth surges 46 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funding the IRS’ wealth squad can help ensure the nation’s richest pay their fair share of taxes.
Over 150 millionaires delivered a statement to the World Economic Forum, calling on Davos attendees to take on wealth inequality.
America’s wealthiest, new ProPublica data suggest, may be even richer than we thought.