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Questions about How Apple’s Spending Its Tax Savings Ahead of Earnings Call Tomorrow

BIG PAYOUTS TO INVESTORS, “NEW INVESTMENTS” NOT LINKED TO TAX PLAN Washington, D.C.—Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 1, Apple will hold its quarterly earnings report and this presents an opportunity to ask the company whether it will invest more of its tax savings in its workers.  According to a new website launched by Americans for Tax Fairness, […]

Questions About How Merck & Gilead Sciences are Spending Their Tax Savings Ahead of Earnings Calls Tomorrow

Tax Savings Are Enriching Wealthy Shareholders, Not Raising Wages or Lowering Prices Washington, D.C. – Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 1, Merck and Gilead Sciences will hold quarterly earnings calls, and this presents an opportunity to ask, “how much of your tax savings are being shared with your workers or reducing the costs of prescription drugs for patients?” […]

Bad Medicine: How GOP Tax Cuts Are Enriching Drug Companies, Leaving Workers & Patients Behind

View the Full Report in PDF here. INTRODUCTION & KEY FINDINGS America’s 10 biggest prescription-drug corporations—the Pharma Big 10—are among the biggest winners from the Trump-GOP tax cuts but they are sharing few of the benefits with their employees and are offering no pricing relief to their customers. Instead, they are mostly rewarding their CEOs […]

Will Verizon Answer for Shortchanging Workers When It Comes to Sharing Its Tax Cut Windfall?

Washington, D.C.–On Tuesday, April 24, Verizon held its quarterly earnings report. Will the telecom giant answer as to why more of its estimated $2.4 billion 2018 tax cut is not being shared with employees or creating jobs? According to a new website launched by American’s for Tax Fairness, which tracks what corporations are doing with […]

Will Anthem Answer for Shortchanging Workers When It Comes to Sharing Its Tax Cut Windfall?

Washington, D.C.–On Wednesday, April 25, Anthem will hold its quarterly earnings report. Will the telecom giant answer as to why more of its estimated $520 million 2018 tax cut is not being directed to employees or to create jobs for American workers? According to a new website launched by American’s for Tax Fairness, which tracks […]

Wells Fargo Annual Shareholder Meeting: Will Company Answer for Failing to Direct Tax Windfall Towards Jobs or Workers?

Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, April 24, Wells Fargo will hold its annual shareholders meeting, in addition to answering questions about the $1 billion federal fine for mortgage and auto lending abuses, the bank should also have to answer why it is not sharing more of its estimated $3.7 billion annual Trump-GOP tax cut windfall with […]

Americans’ Health Care and Public Services at Risk From Trump Tax & Budget Cuts, New Report Warns

Trump/GOP Tax Breaks for Wealthy, Rx and Insurance Companies, and Trump Budget Show Grim Future of Drastic Health Care and Other Service Cuts for Working Families Washington, D.C. – This week in communities across the country advocates are holding events to educate the public about the harmful effects of the new tax law. Advocates at […]

ATF Launches Comprehensive Website ‘Trump Tax Cut Truths’

Searchable Database Includes More than 830 Corporations and Covers Size of Tax Cuts, Stock Buybacks, Workers’ Bonuses and Wage Hikes, Job Cuts and More Washington, D.C. – Americans for Tax Fairness today launched a comprehensive website, “Trump Tax Cut Truths,” detailing what American corporations are doing with their Trump tax cuts. The website includes searchable […]

Trump To Promote His Tax Plan At Boeing, But So Far, Company Has Rewarded Shareholders, Not Workers

With Tax Cut, Plane Maker Decided to Buy Back $4B of Stock, Boost Dividend by 20%, but not Give Employees a Pay Hike or Bonuses WASHINGTON, D.C.—President Trump will try to rally support for his unpopular corporate tax giveaway at a St. Louis Boeing plant Wednesday, but the company serving as his backdrop has yet […]

ATF Applauds Senate Democrats’ Plan to Fund Infrastructure by Rolling Back Trump Tax Cuts for the Wealthy

Wall Street Would Help Pay for Upgrades, Not Profiteer as Under Trump Plan WASHINGTON, D.C.—Senate Democrats today unveiled a $1 trillion plan to upgrade America’s crumbling infrastructure, paying for it by rolling back tax cuts lavished on the nation’s wealthiest households and corporations in last year’s Trump-GOP tax giveaway. The Democrats’ plan—which among many vital […]