A study found that tax breaks allow many big businesses to pay far less than the official 35 percent federal corporate tax rate. Those breaks don’t help H&R Block, which the study’s author said is among companies paying close to “full freight.”
A study found that tax breaks allow many big businesses to pay far less than the official 35 percent federal corporate tax rate. Those breaks don’t help H&R Block, which the study’s author said is among companies paying close to “full freight.” File photo by Daniel Acker Bloomberg
A study found that tax breaks allow many big businesses to pay far less than the official 35 percent federal corporate tax rate. Those breaks don’t help H&R Block, which the study’s author said is among companies paying close to “full freight.” File photo by Daniel Acker Bloomberg

Who would argue taxes with H&R Block? This guy, but only a little

March 16, 2017 4:23 PM