The European Commission’s ruling that Apple should pay Ireland billions of dollars in back taxes was neither punitive nor unfair, one of the world’s best-known economists told CNBC on Thursday.
The European Union's fight for Apple's tax money may actually create setbacks for tax reform, a former U.S. tax authority told CNBC.
The EU's move to make Apple pay Ireland $14.5 billion in back taxes just shows that the UK was smart to vote to leave the EU, says Jake Novak.
Fidelity has been quietly lobbying politicians in favor of a new tax break that would encourage employers to help pay off employees' student debts.
Refusing to bring big profit stateside, Tim Cook says there's nothing patriotic about paying high taxes, the Apple CEO told The Washington Post.
Both Trump and Clinton intend to end carried interest if elected president. That wouldn't just hurt the rich, it would hurt America, these VCs say.
A financial transactions tax like the one Hillary Clinton wants could help stabilize the markets, Center for American Progress' Andy Green says.
House Ways & Means Chair Kevin Brady says, "Our plan will enable Americans to file their taxes on a form so straightforward it would fit on a postcard."
Proposed regulations to curb "tax inversions," will destroy jobs, make the tax code more complex and give more power to the IRS, two CEOs say.
A little-known federal incentive for land conservation lets property owners harvest tax savings of as much as 50 percent on their income.
The legislation would set up a $2 billion-per-year transportation trust fund over the next eight years to cover road and bridge work.
Watching a portion of your investment account get wiped away after the surprising Brexit vote does come with a possible silver lining.