By Alan Pyke on February 28, 2014
The average effective income tax rate for giant, profitable companies from 2008 to 2012 was just 19.4 percent.
By Harry Stein, Guest Contributor and John Craig, Guest Contributor on February 27, 2014
Dave Camp's new tax reform package relies on trickle-down economics, even if there are some worthwhile ideas.
By Alan Pyke on February 11, 2014
Corporate tax liability currently stops at the "water's edge" in most states, but it doesn't have to.
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By Alan Pyke on December 17, 2013
Conservative opposition to using a business tax to pay for tornado safety improvements forced activists to gather petitions. They didn't get enough.
By Alan Pyke on December 4, 2013
A look at job creation by profitable U.S. companies that were most and least taxed finds little evidence that higher rates kill jobs.
By Alan Pyke on November 7, 2013
The hotly anticipated Twitter IPO calls attention to stock option tax breaks that cost taxpayers billions.
By Kitty Richards, Guest Blogger and Bobby Kogan on October 30, 2013
Raising corporate taxes is a progressive way to fund necessary investments.
By Alan Pyke on October 25, 2013
More than 50 companies on the S&P 500 paid a zero percent corporate tax rate over the past year.
By Alan Pyke on October 16, 2013
A corporate tax change proposed Tuesday wouldn't prevent a common exploitation of Irish law.
By Alan Pyke on October 1, 2013
The company is one of many that legally exploits tax havens and loopholes to pay lower taxes.