It has nothing to do with Donald Trump.
Nearly 20 companies have shifted their corporate tax-paying duties abroad since 2003.
It's hard to find a scenario where the United States doesn’t raise taxes sometime over the next 10 yeras.
Out of 79 million individual tax returns prepared by professionals in 2011, more than half were completed by unregulated tax preparers, according to Internal Revenue Service records.
Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, is out with a widely anticipated proposal to overhaul the tax code. Here are four charts that explain the impact of the proposal on taxpayers and the economy.
House Republicans today released a much anticipated plan to overhaul the tax code.
Read how House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp describes the key principles in his tax-reform package.
One day before Rep. Dave Camp (R-Mich.) is due to release his long-awaited tax reform plan, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) offered some public advice: Don't bother.
Lobbyists, independent analysts and other close observers of tax policy are saying the GOP's new tax plan still hits the rich.
Plus: Avoiding a government shutdown, confirming Janet Yellen, dealing with 55 expired tax breaks...
The full array includes everything from a credit for corporate R&D to tax relief for underwater homeowners.
Washington's obsession with what counts as a tax increase is increasingly insae.
The White House says it won't accept a "big" deal that doesn't include revenue. But what about a small deal?
From a garage in Arlington, this guy sorted out how Apple and other giant companies avoided the taxman. If corporate taxes are to be reformed, here's how people like him might do it.
Sorry, Democrats, but you've lost on taxes. Time to move on.
Look at where the medical device companies are.
The number of Americans who don't pay income tax is falling as the economy improves.
California is adding jobs at about the same speed as the rest of the nation, despite raising taxes.
And House Republicans agree on it! Well, on part of it.