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News Release | WISPIRG Foundation | Tax

Off-Shore Tax Havens Cost Wisconsin Taxpayers Over $370 a Year

Major corporations and some individuals avoid a total of as much as $100 billion a year in federal taxes by “off-shoring” the profits they make here in the U.S. or by setting up sham headquarters in tax haven countries. As a result, Wisconsin taxpayers are left footing the bill.

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Media Hit | Financial Reform

WI Radio Network: Groups claims banks are not disclosing fee policy

A new study claims banks are still hiding fees from customers. WISPIRG Program Associate Kyle Bailey says in their nationwide survey of more than 350 bank branches, fewer than half complied fully in disclosing the policy of customer fees. Roughly 25-percent of the branches never provided the information at all.

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Report | WISPIRG Foundation | Financial Reform

Big Banks Bigger Fees

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News Release | WISPIRG Foundation | Financial Reform

New Survey Shows Banks Still Hiding Fees From Customers

A survey of more than 350 bank branches released today by the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group revealed that fewer than half of branches obeyed their legal duty to fully disclose fees to prospective customers, while one in four provided no fee information at all.

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News Release | WISPIRG | Safe Energy

Nuclear Power: Not Worth the Risk

A new report released today by the United States Public Interest Research Group documents a history of safety problems at nuclear reactors in the United States. These incidents – like the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan – illustrate that nuclear power carries with it risks that are simply not worth taking.

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