Profiles in tax avoidance: Yum! Brands

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When Thanksgiving rolls around, no one wants to watch someone else eat all the turkey and then have to pick up the grocery bill all by oneself. But that’s what’s happening in our nation’s budget debate — highly profitable multinational corporations are using special tax loopholes, credits, deductions and outright giveaways to avoid paying their [Continue Reading...]


Profiles in tax avoidance: IBM

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As Congress debates the federal budget, it is critically important to raise new revenues that can support our nation’s long-term economic recovery. One excellent source of new revenues involves the billions of dollars in corporate tax loopholes, deductions, credits and outright giveaways that allow too many multinational corporations to avoid paying their fair share of [Continue Reading...]


Profiles in corporate tax avoidance: DuPont

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As Congress debates reforming the federal tax code, it is critically important to raise new revenues that can support our nation’s long-term economic recovery. One excellent source of new revenues involves the billions of dollars in corporate tax loopholes, deductions, credits and outright giveaways that allow too many multinational corporations to avoid paying their fair [Continue Reading...]


Profiles in corporate tax avoidance: International Paper

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April 15 is “Tax Day”—the day by which all Americans must file their federal income tax returns. This year, N.C. Policy Watch is using Tax Day as a means of highlighting a frequently under-reported message at this time of year: Namely, that not all Americans (and especially not all American corporations) are paying their fair [Continue Reading...]


Profiles in corporate tax avoidance: Duke Energy

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April 15 is “Tax Day”—the day by which all Americans must file their federal income tax returns. Frequently, conservative anti-government groups attempt to use Tax Day as a means of advancing their agenda of slashing taxes and cutting essential public structures and services. This year, N.C. Policy Watch is highlighting a different message: Namely, that [Continue Reading...]