You can't deduct the cost of a speeding ticket, but corporations often deduct billion-dollar penalties for major fraud from their IRS bills
The nation's biggest drugstore chain may pretend it's a Swiss company to cut its tax bill.
If the drugmaker's executives choose to disown America, then America should disown them.
This elephant in the room is too big to fail, jail or pay its fair share.
Caterpillar channeled 85 percent of its international parts profits into what amounts to a tax shelter.
The IRS can't catch this critter.
If everyone paid their fair share there would be plenty of cash to go around.
Taxpayers pay through the nose for a wasteful zero-sum game that subsidizes big business.