New Hedge-Fund Tax Dodge Triggers Wild Rush Back Into Delaware
March 13, 2018

Wall Street’s fast-money crowd is returning to well-trodden ground to elude Trump-era tax laws: Delaware.

Since late 2017, hedge fund managers have created numerous shell companies in the First State, corporate America’s favorite tax jurisdiction. These limited liability companies share Continue reading

The Middle Class Might Not Even Notice If the GOP Cuts Their Taxes
January 9, 2018

A funny thing happened when Congress approved a tax cut for the middle class eight years ago: Most Americans didn’t notice.

The 2009 economic-stimulus bill contained a one-year tax break worth $800 for married couples in 95 percent of working Continue reading