A new analysis indicates that rising prices have been quietly taxing low-income families more heavily than rich ones.
Recent analysis shows that the Tax Cut and Jobs Act – which originally aimed to raise wages and add jobs – did not improve worker pay.
In 2018, the Russell 1000 companies we track and analyze for our rankings are set to receive a tax windfall of nearly $150 billion. How will companies distribute this money?
With the tax reform bill moving closer to becoming law, companies should invest in increasing wages, jobs, and community health, rather than giving the windfall to their shareholders.
What could the new corporate tax regime actually look like for the US Treasury?
Americans want corporations to pay their fair share.
Will the SEC ditch the rule that requires companies to disclose the pay gap between CEOs and workers?
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