The Trump Organization, former President Donald Trump's business empire, was hit with a $1.6 million fine Friday for tax fraud and other crimes committed as part of a yearslong scheme to help some of its top executives avoid paying taxes on compens
Government takes it upon itself to tax what they consider windfall, or unfair, profits. Occasionally they pass out huge amounts of money to cover windfall losses on the part of favored corporations.
Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen arrived in Europe this week to join U.S. allies in confronting multiple threats to the world economy: Russia's war in Ukraine, soaring inflation and food shortages.
Florida: Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law dissolving the Walt Disney Compay's taxing district, which has granted Walt Disney World unique self-governing powers for 55 years after executives at Disney threatened to challenge Florida's.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Says State Is 'Figuring out Ways' to Allow Businesses to Pay Taxes in Bitcoin
After heavy criticism from lawmakers including "Senator Karen" Elizabeth Warren, Elon Musk was out last night on Twitter touting that will be paying more than $11 billion in taxes this year.
After a meteoric year, investors are relocating to Puerto Rico for its savings on individual and corporate taxes.
On page 1,957 of the reconciliation bill, Democrats have included a $1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies, under the guise of helping "local" journalists. In reality the provision is a product of the DC lobbying swamp and will benefit
Elon Musk can thank investors for his staggering net worth of nearly $300 billion. But taxpayers played a crucial role as well.
Elon Musk had a twitter poll to determine if he will sell 10% of Tesla. The poll was 58% for yes Elon should sell 10% of his Tesla shares.
Dem Bill Gives Special Tax Handout to Media Companies with Up to 1,500 "Local Journalists"
Last Friday, in a triumph for transnationalism, 136 nations, including the U.S., agreed to mandate a global corporate income tax for all nations that will not be allowed to fall below 15%.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Friday announced a major breakthrough on corporate tax rates, after years of disagreement.
Austrian school economists have long demonstrated that monopolies only tend to form as a result of government intervention, and "natural monopolies" have virtually never actually existed.
The world's richest nations have set the stage for a revolution in corporate taxation, but they still have their work cut out to actually achieve that overhaul.