Join Chuck Collins at the Wishcamper Center at the University Center at the University of Southern Maine for a stimulating evening exploring how our country moved away from the ideal of everyone paying their fair share to tax breaks for [...]
Media advisory: Contact: Sara Koenig or Shonna Carter, Riptide Communications 212-260-5000 Hundreds of Americans Vow to Re-Invest in the U.S. Economy in Effort To Raise $43 Billion Wednesday, July 22, 2009 – As states across the country are forced to [...]
Wealth for the Common Good and Resource Generation are partnering on a workshop series about taxes and privilege for young people with wealth.
Alison Goldberg presents on the Coalition for Human Needs webinar about tax fairness.
Krista Brewer, Sam Pizzigati, Michael Shuman, Chuck Collins and Alison Goldberg present on revenue proposals at the Campaign for America’s Future Conference.
To address our nation’s economic crisis and maintain our nation’s fiscal health, the United States desperately needs new sources of federal revenue. Without additional revenues, we as a nation will either have to shortchange long-overdue investments in infrastructure, health, energy, and economic opportunity or leave an unsustainable debt to generations ahead.
The Institute for Policy Studies has identified a package of practical and politically viable policies that could raise the revenues we need. These policies, taken together, would:
• Collect over $450 billion in revenue from those with the greatest capacity to pay.
• Discourage financial speculation.
• Strengthen the overall economy.
• Introduce greater transparency, fairness, and simplicity to the tax code.