Across America, companies are finding new ways to address one of the business world’s oldest irritations: paying taxes. The NYT reports.» Read More
The race is on among U.S. companies to find the best ways to cut their tax bills, reports USA Today.
Here's why 40 is the key number for the GOP to regain control of the Senate in this fall's midterm elections, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow.
Burger King's move to buy Tim Hortons would give it a major presence up north. It would also save the company a whopper of a tax bill.
Budget pressures at the IRS's criminal investigation unit are cutting the number of investigators to the lowest level in four decades.
Want to get in on the tax inversion action? A new 25-stock index gives investors the opportunity to invest in potential future targets.
House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan now says charitable deductions should be protected, and there should be no cap on deductions.
Auditors say the IRS's flawed collecting process is bringing only three-quarters or so of the Obamacare-related revenue originally expected.
$100 equals $100 … true or false? Not so if you're spending it in certain states. A new analysis shows where your money goes furthest.
$100 equals $100 … true or false? Not so if you're spending it in different states. A new analysis shows where your money goes furthest.
The American tax code’s loopholes result in effective rates that make corporations more competitive than their competitors based overseas, not less.
The US Treasury will need time to weigh potential actions to discourage companies from reducing their taxes by moving to other countries.
India elected Narendra Modi as its prime minister this year on a pro-business agenda. Here's what he's done so far.
Establishing a tax domicile abroad to avoid taxes is popular, but many US companies have failed to produce strong returns for investors.
Obama had some tough talk for CEOs in a recent Economist interview, but the head of Hardee's and Carl's Jr. says here's what the president still doesn't get.
It's in the Democrats' best interest to keep the tax-inversion fight going, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow.
There are dozens of tax loopholes that companies are jumping through here at home. Here are two of the most popular.
These 20 S&P 500 companies reported effective tax rates of 0% or lower in the second calendar quarter, despite reporting a profit during the period.
The Treasury Department has the authority to reduce inversion incentives, one professor says. NYT reports.
The M&A wave could be a harbinger of a booming economy...or a collection of last-minute attempts to beat higher debt rates. NYT reports.
Three senators urged Obama to use his executive authority to reduce or eliminate tax breaks for companies that shift their headquarters overseas.
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