The contentious Proposition C is expected to nearly double the money the city spends on addressing its homelessness crisis.
The massive Republican corporate tax cut won't likely encourage the return of sheltered money to America.
"We just had a huge chance to reform our tax code and we absolutely blew it."
The plan would potentially add billions to the federal deficit.
In his inaugural address, Donald Trump correctly reported a crime -- the ongoing rip-off of America's working families -- but misidentified the culprits. That's not surprising, since he's one of them and plans to accelerate the theft now that he's in power.
He needs to work with other countries to shape rules for investment competition to avoid a zero-sum game.
A great way to keep track of employee expenses is to use a business credit card. Make sure your employees make their business
But Ron Johnson was not eager to answer questions about it.
While millions of American families....were working hard and paying our fair share, it seems he was contributing nothing
As usual, Donald Trump stretched, distorted and outright denied the truth in the debate Monday night. Some of his biggest whoppers were about taxes: both his own and his plans for everyone else's.
Here are five key tax questions that should be asked of the two presidential candidates in Monday's debate.
America has the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world. We do not possess "one of the highest "corporate rates. Our corporate rate is number one. The problem is only going to get worse if we do nothing.
While big businesses avoid paying their fair share of taxes, they're more than happy to continue using public resources - like
If you think the pharmaceutical industry has stolen all it can from the American people through its price gouging, think again. Even as they're pricing medications as high as the market can bear and beyond, drug corporations are getting big taxpayer subsidies and then dodging taxes on the resulting huge profits.
Our nation pays - by far - the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs. As a result of these prices, nearly one in five Americans cannot afford to fill their prescriptions. At what point do we say our tax system, our publicly funded research and our patent system are not serving the public interest?