CPA Supports Democrats’ Effort to Reduce Multinational Profit Shifting and Exploitation of International Corporate Tax System

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today released a statement on provisions within the House-passed Build Back Better Act (H.R.5376) that seek to resolve multinational tax avoidance that plagues the U.S. Treasury and puts U.S. domestic companies at a significant disadvantage to multinational competitors. Specifically, the reforms in the legislation would change…

CPA Applauds Efforts to Prevent Stateless Multinational Corporations from Gaming U.S. Corporate Tax System

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today released a statement on legislative efforts to resolve multinational tax avoidance that plagues the U.S. Treasury and puts U.S. domestic companies at a significant disadvantage to multinational competitors. Specifically, CPA supports reforms to the U.S. corporate tax system that prohibit tax avoidance through the book…

Opinion\ Domestic manufacturers that hire and produce in the U.S. need a better global corporate tax deal

David Morse \ June 2021 \ MarketWatch Every year, dozens of large multinational corporations generate enormous profits in America’s lucrative consumer market. But thanks to clever profit shifting, they’re able to avoid paying much of their U.S. corporate-tax obligations. In fact, a study by the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) found that America’s 500…

Written Testimony – How U.S. International Tax Policy Impacts American Workers, Jobs, and Investment

On March 25, 2021, David Morse, CPA’s Tax Policy Director submitted a written testimony before the Senate Committee on Finance. As the Senate Committee on Finance conducts a review of U.S. international tax policy about American employment and investment, the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) offered its views as a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing…

A Review of the American Jobs Plan

On March 31, the Biden Administration presented a policy-packed proposal titled “The American Jobs Plan.” Members of the Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) can review the proposal’s many infrastructure spending efforts here. In addition to planned projects, the plan also contains numerous ways to pay for its $2.25 trillion price tag. Here’s our top…