Catch the Corporate Tax Cheats

Many wealthy corporations, like many wealthy individuals, pay lower tax rates than the rest of us.

A new report finds that during the past three years, GENERAL ELECTRIC paid a tax rate of negative 45%.  Among 30 major corporations paying negative taxes (they are richer after taxes than before, often receiving rebate checks) were WELLS FARGO and VERIZON.

Email the executives at these three corporations to tell them that they cannot have our money, not as taxpayers and not as their customers.  

(After they receive hundreds of emails, they may begin blocking them -- but we will still have your message and will make sure it gets through.)

John Stumpf

Wells Fargo Chair & CEO

Ivan Seidenberg

Verizon Chair

Jeffrey Immelt

GE Chair & CEO