corporate tax loopholes

New “Tax Evaders” Video Game Lets Taxpayers Blast Corporate Tax-Dodgers

                        ** PLAY HERE: www.taxevaders.net** Bank of America, GE, Wells Fargo, Exxon-Mobil, BP, Chevron, Citi, Verizon, Microsoft, Facebook, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Blasted As Tax Evaders American taxpayers nationwide will have the opportunity to blast some of our country’s biggest tax-dodgers in a new video game, “Tax Evaders.”  Inspired…

New Poll of Small Business Owners

Reveals Strong Bipartisan Opposition to Corporate Tax Loopholes First Poll on Overseas Tax Haven Reforms Finds Rejection of “Territorial” Tax System April 9, 2013, Washington, D.C. – Small business owners oppose the current system for taxing U.S.-based multinational corporations, according to a new poll. The national scientific poll released today…

Bipartisanship breaks out in SC and US Senates

This week a handful of Republican and Democratic Senators in Columbia and Washington found common ground on two important issues. In Columbia 15 Senators of both parties have introduced legislation to allow a third party to finance and own solar panels on a home or commercial building and sell the…

New Study: Offshore Tax Dodging Blows $40 Billion Hole in State Budgets

Congress Poised to Debate Closing Corporate Tax Loopholes, Bring States Budget Relief Read the Report: www.uspirgedfund.org/reports/usf/hidden-cost-offshore-tax-havens Washington, February 5th – With states across the country facing dire fiscal crunches and lawmakers in Washington gearing up for more budget showdowns, U.S. PIRG Education Fund released a new study revealing that state…

Poll: Small Business Owners Say Big Businesses, Millionaires Not Paying Fair Share of Taxes

90 percent of small business owners in nationwide poll say big corporations use loopholes to avoid taxes that small businesses have to pay; majority support increasing taxes on millionaires and letting high-end tax cuts expire Washington, DC – Small business owners see corporate tax loopholes and accounting gimmicks used to…

‘Shared sacrifice’ in debt reduction should include international tax loopholes

By Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas)  The Hill’s Congress BlogJuly 26, 2011 As Washington considers solutions to our debt crisis, I believe a fundamental principle — before we consider cutting vital programs or raising tax rates—is ensuring everyone pays their fair share. I always find it impossible to explain why a…