Broken at the top

How America’s dysfunctional tax system costs billions in corporate tax dodging

Tax dodging by multinational corporations costs the US approximately $111 billion each year and saps an estimated $100 billion every year from poor countries, preventing crucial investments in education, healthcare, infrastructure, and other forms of poverty reduction. US policymakers and a broken international tax system enable tax dodging by multinational corporations, which contributes to dangerous inequality that is undermining our social fabric and hindering economic growth. 



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