Ending Corporate Tax Breaks

Despite being home to high-profit behemoths such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Boeing, Washington falls short in funding necessary public services. The loopholes that have been written into Washington State’s tax code allow these companies to escape without contributing their share to the state, and places the burden of state funding on working-class and lower-class Washingtonians. By ending corporate tax breaks,

Washington would secure funding for quality education, affordable housing, and greater security to the state’s economically vulnerable. EOI works to close these tax loopholes by encouraging legislators to hold large corporations accountable and by producing research to highlight injustices in Washington’s tax system.

Research Feed

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Progressive Revenues to Rebuild Washington’s Economy

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Ending Corporate Tax Breaks
Ending Tax Avoidance for Precious Metal Dealers

Senate Bill 5658

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Voter’s Guide to the Washington State Budget

Getting to the public investment our state needs to thrive

Blog Feed

Ending Corporate Tax Breaks

October 22, 2021

How Corporate Consolidation Undermines Worker and Consumer Power

Increased corporate power and consolidation may be a driver behind the rise in inflation

Ending Corporate Tax Breaks

January 24, 2020

The false promise of tech companies funding higher education

How one clause created a statewide budget shortfall

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January 19, 2019

Only the Wealthy Decide What Social Issues to Fix

Corporate and billionaire giving helps their image more than it helps us