offshore tax havens
There's no good excuse for Congress's disgraceful delay in responding to the dangerous Zika virus. But the worst excuse of all is that we can't afford to act.
There's a pile of money hiding offshore. The stunning amount that continues to flow across American borders (and those of other countries), and eventually disappears into the pockets of the corporate and political elite, ultimately causes even more damage to our finances and our lives.
Might U.K., U.S. Exhibit Leadership in Addressing State Capture and Legal (as Well as Illegal) Corruption?
Transparency can be one game changer, especially if it addresses the channels of influence through which policy becomes "privatized
Another day, another bombshell study exposing corporate tax evasion.
Ahh... the beach. Who knew it could be so corrupt? WHO is involved? Who else? The leaders of Great Britain, China, Argentina
Lawmakers claim that short-term revenue from a discount tax on offshore profits is needed to pay for urgent investments in public infrastructure. But if we're serious about fixing our crumbling bridges, roads, and dams, we should start by fixing our broken corporate tax system.
President Barack Obama will propose that U.S.-based companies pay a minimum 19 percent tax on their future foreign earnings
Offshore accounts have made headlines recently, with 51 global jurisdictions agreeing to automatically share and exchange details of tax data. Included in this agreement is information on offshore accounts and their operational procedures.
When companies move off shore to save on taxes, you and I make up the tax shortfall elsewhere sell those stocks and they
So where is all this wealth going? The second report, by Zucman, demonstrates that a lot of the money is held in offshore
Meanwhile, those corporate cash-hoarders -- America's true welfare queens -- are costing the U.S. government between $30
Drawing on a cache of 2.5 million leaked documents, the ICIJ has identified people and organizations in more than 30 countries
A review by The Huffington Post of the ICIJ database, which comprises only a portion of the total data trove in the leak