Verizon is one of the largest taxpayers and investors in America.
Verizon today strongly refuted U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders’ continued claims that Verizon avoids paying its fair share of taxes.
Verizon sets the record straight on the amount of taxes paid, which in 2015, amounted to $8.445 billion.
Congress is set to vote on a bill that would permanently ban state and local taxes on internet access.
Ask any student of an Econ 101 class and they’ll tell you: Investment drives economic growth.
For almost two decades now, Congress has approved the Internet tax moratorium every few years. Unfortunately, the current ban on taxing consumers’ access to the Internet expires on October 1.
Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee took an important first step towards ensuring consumers aren’t hit with confusing new taxes on digital downloads.
Earlier today, the "Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act of 2015" (H.R. 235) was passed with overwhelming bipartisan support by the U.S. House of Representatives.
What was your tax bill in 2014? Chances are, Verizon’s was higher.The company has just filed its latest 10-K with the SEC, and the 241-page document
Several years ago, when I took on responsibilities for Verizon financial communications, a senior accountant advised me that all information