The Truth about American Investment Overseas

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Currently, American companies that do business overseas add $2.5 trillion to our economy, and support more than 20 million jobs, either directly or indirectly. The proposed tax increase on these companies would weaken American competitiveness, threaten American … workers, and jeopardize the American economy.

Overseas Investment Strengthens the Economy

For every dollar that U.S.-owned businesses invest in overseas operations, $3.50 is invested here at home. Find out more about the importance of preserving the competitiveness of American companies operating overseas.

Get the Facts: Overseas Investment Strengthens the Economy

Higher Corporate Taxes Equal Slower Economic RecoveryAdding nearly $200 billion to the tax burden of American companies doing business overseas will ultimately cripple our economic recovery and cost the U.S. much-needed jobs. Find out how this harmful tax increase will disadvantage American workers and their communities.

Get the Facts: Higher Corporate Taxes Equal Slower Economic Recovery

Overseas Operations Benefit American WorkersU.S. investment overseas helps create high-quality, high-paying jobs here at home. Our tax policy should encourage economic growth, not stifle it. Find out more.

Get the Facts: Overseas Operations Benefit American Workers

American Consumers Bear the Real Burden for Higher TaxesCorporations don’t pay taxes; people do. Raising corporate taxes during a time of worldwide economic hardship will lead to higher prices for goods and services. Learn more.

Get the Facts: American Consumers Bear the Real Burden for Higher Taxes

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