September 22, 2004. Eighty-two of America’s largest and most profitable corporations, including twelve New York-based corporations and many other corporations that generate a substantial portion of their profits in New York state, paid no federal income tax at all in at least one year during the first three years of the George W. Bush administration, a period when federal corporate tax collections feel to their lowest sustained level in six decades. This is one of many startling findings of a new report on corporate tax avoidance by Citizens for Tax Justice and the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. FPI’s press release with New York specifics>>

Published On: September 22nd, 2004|Categories: Federal Taxes & Budget Policy, Press Releases, Tax & Budget|

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September 22, 2004. Eighty-two of America’s largest and most profitable corporations, including twelve New York-based corporations and many other corporations that generate a substantial portion of their profits in New York state, paid no federal income tax at all in at least one year during the first three years of the George W. Bush administration, a period when federal corporate tax collections feel to their lowest sustained level in six decades. This is one of many startling findings of a new report on corporate tax avoidance by Citizens for Tax Justice and the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. FPI’s press release with New York specifics>>

Published On: September 22nd, 2004|Categories: Federal Taxes & Budget Policy, Press Releases, Tax & Budget|

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