Jia Lynn Yang
Jia Lynn Yang
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Jia Lynn Yang is a staff writer at The Washington Post who covers policy and business. Before joining the Post, she worked at Fortune magazine.

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An unlikely bestseller: 700 pages on 21st century economics

An unlikely bestseller: 700 pages on 21st century economics

Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” sits atop Amazon.com’s list and is sold out on the site.

The British want to stop Starbucks from dodging taxes. It won’t work.

The British want to stop Starbucks from dodging taxes. It won’t work.

Tax experts also suspect that Starbucks could ultimately end up paying less in taxes, not more, by going to London.

Did you just overpay or underpay your taxes? Donald Rumsfeld has no idea.

Did you just overpay or underpay your taxes? Donald Rumsfeld has no idea.

Deep down, many Americans aren’t really sure if they filed their returns correctly.

Jamie Dimon got a huge pay cut. Or a huge raise. It’s hard to tell.

Jamie Dimon got a huge pay cut. Or a huge raise. It’s hard to tell.

Last year, JPMorgan Case chief executive Jamie Dimon was paid either $11.8 million or $20 million, depending on who you ask.