The combined effect of Biden’s tax proposals could alter behavior of the tax-aware investor. In examining the major tax provisions proposed under a Biden administration, the impact on equity tax management is clear.
Year-end tax planning is always challenging, but the coronavirus pandemic has added a whole new layer of complexity to the equation for individuals, families, and businesses across the nation. The potential tax ramifications are significant.
Thinking that you have to trade off financial performance and sustainability is a “false dichotomy” and a “ridiculous mindset,” according to Alan Jope, CEO of Unilever, one of the largest consumer goods companies on the planet.
A growing demand for a more equitable and inclusive society has emerged in a year marked by turmoil and uncertainty. Fixed income issuers are starting to respond to that demand by offering social bonds.
Actions demonstrate what it means to be a sustainable business. And in times of crisis, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, companies show through their actions how they balance societal concerns and profit motives.