The FACT Coalition sent a letter to Congress outlining key transparency and accountability measures to guide the ongoing policy response to COVID-19.
The FACT Coalition sent a letter to Congress opposing any offshore corporate tax giveaways in a COVID-19 emergency response package and calling for country-by-country tax transparency as a prerequisite for any potential tax breaks or bailouts.
This article was originally posted by Oxfam America. The controversial departure of its chief economist highlights the need for a coherent policy on tax and development. Last month, word got out that the World Bank’s Chief Economist Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg was planning to leave her position after just over a year on the job. It’s the second transition …
Earlier this year, Amazon and Netflix made headlines when ITEP reported findings that these and at least 58 other companies paid no federal income taxes in 2018. One of the tax breaks they use to manage this feat is related to stock options, the subject of a new ITEP report.
The Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition (FACT Coalition) sent a letter of support to the sponsors of the Stop Corporate Inversions Act of 2019. The full letter can be read below or downloaded here.