by Alan Pyke Posted on June 13, 2014
Out of the roughly $2 trillion in offshore corporate cash, $479 billion belong to just 14 major American corporations.
by Alan Pyke Posted on April 29, 2014
A big drug industry deal shines some light on how the country's most profitable companies avoid their tax obligations.
by Alan Pyke Posted on April 25, 2014
Companies with CEO-to-worker pay ratios below 100 would be rewarded with a tax cut.
by Alan Pyke Posted on April 1, 2014
The American machinery giant has been parking billions of dollars offshore to avoid U.S. taxes through accounting schemes, according to investigators.
by Alan Pyke Posted on March 12, 2014
Tax avoidance strategies shifted an additional $206 billion in profits outside of American tax authorities' jurisdiction last year.
by Alan Pyke Posted 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 & John Craig - Guest Contributor Posted 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 Posted on February 11, 2014
Corporate tax liability currently stops at the "water's edge" in most states, but it doesn't have to.
by Alan Pyke Posted 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 Posted 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.