Unlike many countries, the United States is a miracle of taxpayers that actually pay taxes. It is also a culture that tends to let the most important things go unsaid, in this case, when Warren Buffett said he paid a percentage less in taxes than his executive secretary. That level of honesty drove the wealth world crazy, and the rest of us saddened with the idea that there is only one good billionaire. A list is here for review.

Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ)
Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP)

Ordinary people need a voice on tax laws and defense against special interests working for corporations and the wealthy.

Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency Coalition (FACT)

An alliance of state, national, and some international organizations examining tax systems and policies combating corrupt financial practices.

Taxpayers for Common Sense (TCS)

A budget watchdog fighting the politicians from both parties who continue to fund pork-barrel projects, hand out unfair subsidies and tax breaks and make backroom deals with lobbyists.

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