California gives corporations billions of dollars in tax subsidies each year but only rarely looks at whether they create more investment and jobs, Per Charitable Trusts concludes in its new state-by-state examination.
California gives corporations billions of dollars in tax subsidies each year but only rarely looks at whether they create more investment and jobs, Per Charitable Trusts concludes in its new state-by-state examination. Jeff Chiu Associated Press file
California gives corporations billions of dollars in tax subsidies each year but only rarely looks at whether they create more investment and jobs, Per Charitable Trusts concludes in its new state-by-state examination. Jeff Chiu Associated Press file

Costly corporate tax breaks mostly avoid state scrutiny

May 05, 2017 11:46 AM

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