Tax

News Release | MASSPIRG | Budget, Tax

White House Plan to Close Special Interest Tax Loopholes Is the Right Approach to Reform, But Details Matter

Statement by Deirdre Cummings, Legislative Director, MASSPIRG  in response to the White House announcement today proposing to eliminate tax loopholes and preferences. “The President has put forward the beginnings of a tax reform plan that takes the right approach, but is still missing critical details..."

Report | Budget, Tax

Representation Without Taxation

Fortune 500 Companies that Spend Big on Lobbying and Avoid Taxes

News Release | MASSPIRG | Tax

Thirty Fortune 500 Companies Paid More to Lobby Congress than they Did in Federal Income Taxes

With the second anniversary approaching of the Supreme Court’s decision in the Citizens United case – which opened the floodgates to corporate spending on elections – MASSPIRG and Citizens for Tax Justice reveal 30 corporations that spent more to lobby Congress than they did in taxes.

College Textbooks: Money-Saving Tips

Being a smart consumer could save you hundreds of dollars every year.  Follow these tips to save on textbooks!

Issue | Budget, Tax

Campaign for Budget Transparency

The ability to see how government collects and spends money is fundamental to a thriving, participatory democracy.

Issue | Tax

Close Corporate Tax Loopholes

No company should be able to game the tax system to avoid paying what it legitimately owes. And, yet, establishing shell companies in offshore havens for the purpose of tax avoidance is becoming more the rule than the exception for at least 83 of the nation's top 100 publicly traded companies.

News Release | MASSPIRG | Budget, Tax

Report Card Grades States on Economic Development Subsidies

In new report Money for Something, a 51-state “report card” released today by Good Jobs First, Massachusetts ranked 43 out 51  in performance and job quality standards in economic development subsidies.   

Report | Good Jobs First | Budget, Tax

Money for Something

States are spending billions of dollars per year on corporate tax credits, cash grants and other economic development subsidies that often require little if any job creation and lack wage and benefit standards covering workers at subsidized companies. These are the key findings of Money for Something: Job Creation and Job Quality Standards in State Economic Development Subsidy Programs, a 51-state “report card” study published today by Good Jobs First, a non-profit, non-partisan research center based in Washington, DC

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