Taxes

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders introduced a plan on Monday that would reverse President Donald Trump’s tax cuts for businesses and return the corporate tax rate to 35% from its current 21%.

Robert Frank digs through the numbers and reports on how much the wealthy are paying for taxes.

Increasing the price of carbon is the most efficient and powerful method of combating global warming and reducing air pollution, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund.

Individuals with high-deductible health insurance can save money in a health savings account, contributing up to $3,550 for self-only coverage or $7,100 in family plans in 2020.

A federal judge on Monday dismissed President Donald Trump’s lawsuit seeking to block the release of his personal and corporate tax returns to the Manhattan district attorney, who is conducting a criminal investigation related to the president’s company.

Our John Harwood sat down with Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang and talks about his ideas on the economy and taxes.

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang, whose profile in the primary race has risen in recent months, told CNBC’s John Harwood that a wealth tax could be a “disaster in practice.”

Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders has a plan to tax corporations and address the pay gap between CEOs and workers. Robert Frank reports.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office told a federal judge it has struck a deal with President Donald Trump’s lawyers to press pause on a subpoena for his tax returns.

Senator Bernie Sanders says billionaires should not exist and proposes a new tax on the richest Americans. Robert Frank reports.

Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled a tax on wealth Tuesday as he aims to cut income inequality and fund his sprawling social programs.

Robert Frank reports on how Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren is proposing a wealth tax creating a new incentive for rich couples to divorce to avoid the tax.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax may create an incentive for rich couples to divorce to avoid the tax, according to Harvard economist N. Gregory Mankiw.

On Tuesday, the tallest and most expensive residential tower will open in Manhattan. Robert Frank gives a tour with some sky-high views which also includes some sky-high prices.

We hear the pros and cons regarding the strategy of a flat income tax where every income level pays the same rate. Joining us on this debate is Leon LaBrecque, Chief Growth Officer at Sequoia Financial Group and Peter Mallouk, who’s the President and CIO at Creative Planning Inc.