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Behind an $18 Billion Donation to a New York Charity, a Shadowy Chinese Conglomerate

Behind an $18 Billion Donation to a New York Charity, a Shadowy Chinese Conglomerate

Adam Tan, HNA’s chief executive, told The Financial Times on Monday that a Chinese man who donated $18 billion in ownership of HNA had only temporarily held the stake for the company.
Top G.O.P. Tax Negotiators Move Closer to a Unified Plan

Top G.O.P. Tax Negotiators Move Closer to a Unified Plan

Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, was vague about the administration’s ideas for a tax overhaul as he testified before a Senate panel on Wednesday.
After Health Care Victory, Senate Democrats Seek Compromise on Tax Plan

After Health Care Victory, Senate Democrats Seek Compromise on Tax Plan

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, joined other Senate Democrats at the Capitol last week.
After Health Care Victory, Senate Democrats Seek Compromise on Tax Plan

After Health Care Victory, Senate Democrats Seek Compromise on Tax Plan

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, joined other Senate Democrats at the Capitol last week.
Trump on Taxes

Trump on Taxes

Donald J. Trump in New York in 1991.
Trump on Taxes

Trump on Taxes

Donald J. Trump in New York in 1991.

Switzerland and Germany Unlikely Adversaries in Spy Drama

German authorities arrest a Swiss man accused of spying on government auditors who penetrated Swiss bank secrecy to identify tax dodgers.
Economic View: Will the Republican Tax Bill Be Aimed at the Economic Past, or the Future?

Economic View: Will the Republican Tax Bill Be Aimed at the Economic Past, or the Future?

A giant robotic arm loads pallets of chainsaws in a factory in Virginia Beach. A change in how spending on capital investments like automation is treated for tax purposes could encourage more of it,
The Breakdown: After ‘Brexit,’ Can Western Australia Really Be Thinking of Seceding?

The Breakdown: After ‘Brexit,’ Can Western Australia Really Be Thinking of Seceding?

A worker at an iron ore mine in the Pilbara, Western Australia, in March. State lawmakers believe they get an unfairly low share of federal government’s tax revenues.
Common Sense: For Tax Reform Lessons, Congress Needn’t Look Far

Common Sense: For Tax Reform Lessons, Congress Needn’t Look Far

Businesses along U Street in northwest Washington. When the District of Columbia broadened the tax base, rates came down but service businesses like tanning salons and fitness centers became subject
Paul Ryan to Speak With The Times on Congress’s Packed Agenda

Paul Ryan to Speak With The Times on Congress’s Packed Agenda

Speaker Paul D. Ryan in March. He will speak Thursday at the inaugural TimesTalks D.C.
Senate Republicans Embrace Plan for $1.5 Trillion Tax Cut

Senate Republicans Embrace Plan for $1.5 Trillion Tax Cut

Senator Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, who considers himself a strict deficit hawk, said, “I’m going to want to believe in my heart that we’re going to be lessening deficits, not increasing.”
Senate Republicans Embrace Plan for $1.5 Trillion Tax Cut

Senate Republicans Embrace Plan for $1.5 Trillion Tax Cut

Senator Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, who considers himself a strict deficit hawk, said, “I’m going to want to believe in my heart that we’re going to be lessening deficits, not increasing.”
Common Sense: Tax Reform for the Rich: Reduce the Rates but Lose the Breaks

Common Sense: Tax Reform for the Rich: Reduce the Rates but Lose the Breaks

A study by the Tax Foundation shows that the mortgage interest deduction disproportionately favors taxpayers in states with high real-estate costs, which tend to be blue states like New York and
In Tax Code Rewrite, Republicans Ask How Low Can They Go

In Tax Code Rewrite, Republicans Ask How Low Can They Go

Republican leaders in Congress and the Trump Administration are locked in a grinding debate about how low the corporate tax rate can go.
Trump to Propose Sweeping Tax Cut for Corporations and Individuals

Trump to Propose Sweeping Tax Cut for Corporations and Individuals

The proposal is an attempt to answer wealthy donors’ demands for lower taxes without being seen by the president’s working-class base as a windfall for the rich.
News Analysis: Trump Tax Plan Benefits Wealthy, Including Trump

News Analysis: Trump Tax Plan Benefits Wealthy, Including Trump

President Trump spoke about his administration's tax reform plan in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
News Analysis: Trump Tax Plan Benefits Wealthy, Including Trump

News Analysis: Trump Tax Plan Benefits Wealthy, Including Trump

President Trump spoke about his administration's tax reform plan in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
Pass-Through Plan: Tax Plan Punts on a Loophole for the Wealthy

Pass-Through Plan: Tax Plan Punts on a Loophole for the Wealthy

Waiting in line to mail tax returns before the April 15 deadline at the James A. Farley post office in Manhattan.
With Tax Cuts on the Table, Once-Mighty Deficit Hawks Hardly Chirp

With Tax Cuts on the Table, Once-Mighty Deficit Hawks Hardly Chirp

The Republican Study Committee, a group of about 150 conservatives in the House, and other deficit hawks usually malign increases to the national debt.