Post Profile

The Tax Code for the Ultra-Rich vs. the One for Everyone Else

It’s as though there’s a separate set of laws for people with extreme amounts of wealth.
read more


Related Posts

Wealth-X Launches Report On The World’s Super Rich Population

Lifestyle / Luxury : Elite Choice

The World Ultra Wealth Report of 2011 is out. Often called the Little Black Book of Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) individuals, the World Ultra Wealth Report tracks and analyses super rich individuals with a net worth of $30 million an...

Number of Ultra Rich Increased 6% in 2014

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog

Wealth-X and UBS World Ultra Wealth Report 2014: 12,040 new ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals were minted this year, pushing the global UHNW population to a record 211,275, a 6% increase from 2013. The combined wealth of the w...

A New Study Shows How Mitt Romney's Plan Raises Taxes For The Middle Class, While Only Cutting Them For The Rich

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Mitt Romney's plan revamping the tax code would end up cutting taxes for the richest 5 percent of Americans and raising taxes on everyone else, according to new independent study from the Brookings Institute and Tax Policy Center re...

Sanjay Sanghoee: Politics and Equality: Why the Rich should be Grateful to Obama for Taxing Them

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

Raising taxes on the rich, who usually pay a lower rate than everyone else because of the loopholes available to them, is not about redistribution of wealth but about creating a level economic playing field for all Americans.

Mark J. Perry and Robert Dell: A Fair Tax for Progressives

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

The current tax code destroys wealth and diminishes wealth creation excessively, but it does not effectively tax wealth (in the sense of raising revenue). The FairTax would tax spending from wealth in addition to fostering more weal...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC