The IRS Gets Tough on Microsoft, But Microsoft Gets Tougher
For years, Microsoft has moved billions in profits to Puerto Rico to avoid taxes. When the IRS pushed it to pay, Microsoft aggressively fought back in court, lobbied Congress and changed the law. Paul Kiel reports.
Who’s More Likely to Be Audited: A Person Making $20,000 — or $400,000?
How a benefit for the working poor was turned against them. Paul Kiel and Jesse Eisinger report.
Why Small Debts Matter So Much To Black Lives
The racial wealth gap between blacks and whites creates a terrible cycle of debt, even for small debts. Paul Kiel illustrates.
The Color of Debt: How Collection Suits Squeeze Black Neighborhoods
A first-of-its-kind analysis shows that debt-collection suits are far more common in black communities than white ones. Paul Kiel and Annie Waldman guide you.
Feds Put Forth New Payday Loan Rules: Let the Games Begin
New rules put forward by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would have a major impact on the high-cost loan industry. But if history is any guide, lenders will quickly find some loopholes.
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