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Offshore Tax Havens Cost Average Iowa Taxpayer $897 a Year, Iowa Small Businesses $2,712
With Tax Day approaching, it’s a good time to be reminded of where our tax dollars are going. Sonia Ashe of Iowa PIRG was joined today by Sue Dinsdale of the Iowa Citizen Action Network and Lora Fraracci, owner of local cleaning service Earth Made Clean, to release a new study which revealed that the average Iowa taxpayer in 2012 would have to shoulder an extra $897 in taxes to make up for the revenue lost due to the use of offshore tax havens by corporations and wealthy individuals.
Offshore Tax Dodging Blows a $260 Million Hole in Iowa’s Budget
In the midst of debates over Iowa’s budget, Iowa PIRG Ed Fund released a new study revealing that Iowa lost $260 million due to offshore tax dodging in 2012. Many of America’s wealthiest individuals and largest corporations, including 83 of the 100 largest publicly traded companies, use tax loopholes to shift profits made in the United States to offshore tax havens, where they pay little to no taxes.