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RAN’s new “Top 10 Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011” infographic reviewed top bank, oil and coal companies: Bank of America, Citi, JPMorganChase, Wells Fargo, Chevron, Exxon, ConocoPhillips, Arch Coal, Alpha Natural Resources and Peabody Energy. We found that none of these ten companies paid anything close to the 35% corporate tax rate. In fact, Bank of America and Alpha Natural Resources paid no taxes at all.
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Top Ten Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011. Why don't we fix tax loopholes instead of cutting Social Security, Welfare and Veteran's benefits?
Top Ten Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011. Why don't we fix tax loopholes instead of cutting Social Security, Welfare and Veteran's benefits? Austerity should start from the top downwards, not from the bottom up.
Top Ten Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011 -- equal taxation lost to the tune of $52 billion. We don't need to cut government spending on the poor. We need to collect from the rich, to cover the expenses they create by not paying out proper wages or hiring people for work.
Top 10 Dirty Unpatriotic Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011... Republicans REFUSE to END this PRACTICE of THEFT!
Top Ten Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011. This stuff isn't going to change until people get pissed off. You don't "ask" for the loopholes to be closed, you demand it. You start petitions and organize protest marches. You withhold your votes and your campaign contributions and you make sure they know why. You challenge your incumbents in the primaries every time and demand recall votes when they don't represent you. Stop blaming the system when you're the one perpetuating it.
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The Top 10 Dirty Corporate Tax Dodgers of 2011
Tax Dodgers of 2011
26 Major Corporations Paid No Corporate Income Tax For The Last Four Years, Despite Making Billions In Profits Amongst the 30 are corporate titans such as General Electric, Boeing, Verizon, and Mattel.