Corporate Taxpayers & Corporate Tax Dodgers, 2008-2010
NEW REPORT: 280 Most Profitable U.S. Corporations Shelter Half Their Profits from Taxes.
These 280 corporations received a total of nearly $224 billion in tax subsidies, said Robert McIntyre, Director at Citizens for Tax Justice and the reports lead author. This is wasted money that could have gone to protect Medicare, create jobs and cut the deficit.
heres the pdf report
http://www.ctj.org/corporatetaxdodgers/ … Report.pdf
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