Wednesday, September 24, 2014


Econ Comments & Analysis                                                                                            
CNN Money | Crazy corporate tax loopholes? 'Inversions' are small potatoes
Few argue that the loopholes that encourage such tax-driven mergers with foreign companies are fine and dandy. In fact, many lawmakers and tax experts wouldn't mind seeing them closed.

Reuters | Just why does the NFL have tax-exempt status?
In the wake of the fallout over National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell’s handling of his players’ domestic violence arrests, there have been multiple reports by journalists, who read the league’s filing of form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service, that Goodell was paid $44 million in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013.
Market Watch | Bill Clinton says corporate tax system needs reform
Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday said the corporate tax system was in need in reform — even as he acknowledged he was the one who signed the law that brought the tax rate to 35%.