National tax expert calls for closing New York State Tax loopholes

January 31, 2012. Lawmakers, tax experts and advocates gathered to urge that corporate tax loopholes be closed, pointing to a recent report from Citizens for Tax Justice and the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, Corporate Tax Dodging In the 50 States, 2008-2010, which reveals glaring inequities in the way that businesses are taxed (or not taxed). Working from the principles of enforcement, fairness, and transparency, the their taxes, reforming the state’s Corporate Alternate Minimum Tax, taxing nonresident hedge fund management fees, eliminating New York City’s carried interest exemption, cracking down on schemes that create “nowhere income,” and requiring public disclosure of corporate tax payments for publicly-traded companies. Press release>> and full report>>


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