inversions

Inversions include any pose in which your head is below your heart. Here’s why taking a moment to perform them can create a sense of balance and peace.
Inversions include any pose in which your head is below your heart. Here’s why taking a moment to perform them can create a sense of balance and peace.
Time is running out for Dave Camp to leave a positive legacy on taxes. Putting multinational corporations on the road to paying their fair share would be the perfect parting gift to his Michigan constituents.
Tax experts estimate that Walgreens, which had planned an inversion with Alliance Boots of Switzerland, could have saved
Clinton eventually suggested the Treasury could "collect at least as much money as we're collecting now" if Congress closed
Now Burger King is asking us to swallow something even unhealthier than their food and lower than their pay. They are asking us to let them off from paying many of the taxes that sustain the very infrastructure, courts, education system and food safety system that enables them to stay in business.
By buying out a foreign company and using it as a tax haven, companies that "invert" don't move abroad in any real sense, and continue to benefit from America's infrastructure, education system, security and large consumer market.
This is just like a dividend payment. 1. Companies will do kind-of-stupid things just to dodge taxes. Companies will often
Every single step to Burger King's success was backed and enabled up by our taxpayer-funded American system. Our government is the reason that Burger King is extremely profitable.
Corporations are complaining that this (lowered) rate makes them "uncompetitive" and are demanding "corporate tax reform." Because job creators -- or something. This time they threaten to -- or do -- renounce their U.S. citizenship. But are corporate tax rates really "uncompetitive"? And what does that even mean?