David Cay Johnston

America is GE’s tax haven

By David Cay Johnston
August 23, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

Macau big for casinos, taxman

By David Cay Johnston
August 16, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

Tax gateways to India

By David Cay Johnston
August 9, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

Think Singapore is a “low-tax” haven? Think again

August 8, 2011

In this recent video, David Cay Johnston examines the notion, often heard from U.S. politicians, that Singapore is a model of low taxation:

Forget taxes, it’s wages that plague Americans

By David Cay Johnston
August 6, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
All opinions expressed are his own.

Here is how much economic progress America has made in the 21st Century: the average taxpayer’s 2009 income was at the same level as 1997.

Fact-free fiscal farce

By David Cay Johnston
August 2, 2011

By David Cay Johnston

The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

The Washington debate over whether to voluntarily default on the U.S. government’s obligations revealed a serious political ailment in Congress: mass economic amnesia.

Default and consequences

By David Cay Johnston
July 29, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

Paying taxes your employer keeps

By David Cay Johnston
July 19, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

U.S. lotteries and the state taxman

By David Cay Johnston
July 15, 2011

By David Cay Johnston
The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from MediaFile:

How I misread News Corp’s taxes

By David Cay Johnston
July 13, 2011

By David Cay Johnston. The opinions expressed are his own.

Readers, I apologize. The premise of my debut column for Reuters, on News Corp's taxes, was wrong, 100 percent dead wrong.