Portland Will Tax Companies That Have Outrageous CEO-Worker Pay Gaps

In an effort to combat income inequality, Portland, Oregon, on Thursday became the first jurisdiction to adopt a tax penalty on companies with excessive CEO-worker pay gaps.

Under the new law, companies doing enough business in Portland to pay the city’s business fee will be taxed an additional 10 percent if their CEO makes 100 times what median workers earn ― and an additional 25 percent if they make 250 times more.

Source: Portland To Tax Companies That Have Outrageous CEO-Worker Pay Gaps | The Huffington Post

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