There are a lot of details to taxing the rich – and we’re including them here!


Stay tuned for the materials for our next Tax the Rich! event in San Francisco on Nov. 6th, 2019




Materials from Tax the Rich!

April 10th, 2019 – Washington, DC

View our full conference slideshow below (hover over the slides to bring up the controls).


MASTER TTRC Slides 4.10.19 6.37am_compressed

We’ve also uploaded our speakers’ materials individually – click the links to download!

Their Money v.s Your Sweat
Patriotic Millionaire Karen Stewart and Josh Nassar used this graphic to break down the rank injustice of giving hedge fund investors a tax break while we tax the income of ordinary working people.

How Bad Is It? Worse Than You Think
Paul O’Brien, Vice President for Policy and Advocacy, Oxfam

What Killed Hope in America?
Dr. Shannon Monnat, Syracuse University

Predatory Value Extraction
with Dr. Bill Lazonick, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Welcome To Progress: Reimagining the Federal Tax Code
Steve Wamhoff, Director Of Federal Tax Policy, Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP)

Why We Don’t Have To, And Yet Still Must, Tax the Rich
Dr. Stephanie Kelton, Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Stony Brook University

Learning to Save America
Dr. Peter Temin, Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bigger Bolder Better: Bold new ideas on how to tax the rich and reverse income inequality

#1: Plutocracy Prevention: Wealth Tax

    • Chuck Collins, Program Director, Institute for Policy Studies and Thea Lee, President, EPI

#2: CEO Pay – Taxing the Gap

    • with Sarah Anderson, Director, Institute for Policy Studies

#3: Baby Bonds

      • with Andrea Levere, President, Prosperity Now

#4: Is Bigger and Bolder Better? YES!

      • with Stephanie Taylor, Co-Founder, Progressive Change Campaign Committee