Congress Writes Lax Laws, Making It Even Better to Be Really, Really Wealthy
It’s Not News That the 1% Get Off Easy, But It’s Still an Outrage. And Here’s How to Make Congress Fix It.
In the Fine Print of the Newest COVID Relief Bill: White House Insists on Reviving the Infamous ‘Three-Martini Lunch’
Part 1: It Helps If You’re the President—Who Can Block IRS Enforcement of Tax Laws
It’s Definitely Not Urban Blacks Who Benefit Most From Federal Program That Creates Very Few Jobs As part…
Congress Wrote a Lenient Tax Law for the Super-Rich and Then Barred the IRS from Enforcing It
Over 30 years, partners — including the CEO — have run into trouble for fraud, misconduct or malpractice.
The Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Any President Is Immune from Criminal Investigations
An Appeals Court Says Manhattan DA’s Can Get Returns Held by Trump’s Accountants; Case Goes to Supreme Court Next
Part 4: Bill Koch May Have Taken an Illegal Tax Deduction When He Overpaid for a Cape Cod Estate