The Cadillac Tax: U.S. Corporations on a Collision Course with an Escalade-Sized Expense

August 18, 2015
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The Cadillac Tax got its name because Cadillacs are luxurious and expensive, not because they are huge and made in Detroit. But the analogy still works whichever way you choose to define it.  Read Full Story.

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