FACT Policy Fellow Sofia Gonzalez interviewed Amy Matsui, Director of Income Security and Senior Counsel at the National Women’s Law Center, on the connection between gender and U.S. tax policy. Read their conversation, edited for clarity and length.
Following an EU political agreement to implement a 15 percent global minimum corporate tax, the FACT Coalition calls on Congress to move swiftly to adopt international tax reforms in line with the OECD’s Pillar 2.
An Overview of US International Corporate Tax Laws and a Comparison of Build Back Better Proposals to Fix Them
The FACT Coalition and Oxfam penned a joint comment on USTR’s Investigations of Digital Services Taxes, encouraging the agency to not take action against jurisdictions that adopt digital services taxes.
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.
In recent days, presidential candidates Sen. Kamala Harris and New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio have called for taxing corporate profits the same whether they are earned in the United States or abroad. These calls echo the position of Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has long had a proposal along these lines. As ITEP has explained, correcting this inequity is not a mere detail but rather a sweeping reform that could end incentives for companies to shift profits and jobs offshore.