Wall Street Wins in Trump’s Proposed Tax Plan

Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs Top List of Nine Big Banks Hoarding $172 Billion in Profits Abroad, Stand to Reap $28 Billion from Republican Tax Plan

Nov. 28, 2017 – The tax bill backed by Trump and Senate Republicans includes a tax holiday proposal that would give nine top finance corporations a $28 billion tax break. The nine Big Banks collectively hold more than $172 billion offshore, much of which is booked to their 2,270 tax haven subsidiaries across the globe. Among finance corporations, the greatest share of offshore profits and potential tax savings would go to Citigroup, which holds an estimated $47 billion in profits in 137 offshore tax haven subsidiaries. The value of the Senate bill’s proposed tax holiday for Citigroup is an estimated $9.3 billion. The value of the Senate bill’s tax cut for other finance corporations included in this report ranges from $6.2 billion for JPMorgan Chase to $466 million for Wells Fargo.

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