According to a new report from Citizens for Tax Justice and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, the majority of America’s Fortune 500 companies are cheating the tax man to the amount of approximately $90 billion by using offshore tax havens. That cheating leaves the rest of US taxpayers on the hook to make up the difference.
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|By: Jon Walker Wednesday April 7, 2010 12:45 pm|
I think what is happening in Massachusetts also validates my belief the a public alternative is critical to making the new regulatory system work. I don’t think the private insurance companies would have taken the bold step of refusing to sell on the exchange if there was a viable public option to grab more and more market share each week the insurance companies continued their temper tantrum.