Global finance ministers weighed a proposal while meeting in D.C. this week.
Here’s where the candidates stand.
Former Texas lawmaker Beto O’Rourke voiced concern that her policies were “punitive.”
Benioff said that while capitalism allowed his company to generate billions, it has also led to "horrifying inequality."
Wealthy people who move away from high-tax states are virtually certain to face a residency audit, says tax attorney Mark Klein.
"We think everyone should be rich and be a millionaire, but we also think that millionaires and billionaires should pay taxes at the same rate that working Americans do," Morris Pearl, 'Patriotic Millionaires' Chair, said.
If workers had ownership stakes in their companies and an equal say on corporate boards, CEO-worker pay disparity would decrease, Sanders claims.
The last time a member was expelled was over a stabbing on the House floor in 1837.
You might not pay income taxes, but other taxes could be high in some states.
The IRS issued guidance blocking a SALT workaround in June.
The Free File program, however, is in need of no major changes.
President Trump is going to sign two executive orders with the hope to cut red tape for taxpayers and small businesses.
Reality television stars Todd and Julie Chrisley, known for opening their home to America, have scored quite the legal victory.
One of the proposals would allow countries to tax digital companies based on sales, rather than physical presence.
The Marks Group founder Gene Marks explains how the wealth tax plans of Democratic candidates like Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders will impact small businesses.
The 2020 candidate has taken flak from his rivals for supporting President Obama’s legacy when it suits him.
Out-migration eroded 45 percent of tax revenue gain from the reform, researchers said.
The 2020 presidential candidate proposes closing a tax loophole and capping itemized deductions in order to fund the proposal.
Nelson Obus called the state's tax department "opportunistic" and "extremely aggressive."
The tax agency said it needs more funds from Congress in order to boost audits of wealthier taxpayers.