Researchers in the U.S. and Scandinavia have compared leaked evidence of global tax evasion with officially reported tax records in their countries to show how wealth concentration is both under-reported and fueling inequality.
New study underscores how tax evasion by wealthy fuels inequality
Top U.S. companies hide $2.1 trillion in tax havens, according to new study
More than $2.1 trillion in Fortune 500 company profits are held offshore, a new study has found. Apple, American Express…