August 25, 2017

The Fiscal Times: Why Boeing Isn’t the Best Poster Child for Corporate Tax Reform

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Critics have been lighting up the internet pointing out that Boeing isn’t the ideal poster child for corporate tax reform since it and many other major corporations don’t pay anything like a 35 percent tax rate. Matthew Gardner of the left-leaning Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy points out that according to ITEP’s analysis, Boeing has paid an effective tax rate of 5.4 percent over the last eight years, while AT&T has paid 8.1 percent. Read more