More agreement on global tax crackdown
Jul 12, 2021

More agreement on global tax crackdown

G-20 finance leaders just backed a proposal for a global corporate minimum tax rate of at least 15%. There's still a long way to go before that becomes a reality. Plus, a look at an upcoming economic "report card" and the upshot for student borrowers of loan servicer FedLoan's decision to bow out.

Segments From this episode

Fed Chairman Jay Powell goes before Congress this week. What'll he say?

Julia Coronado, founder of MacroPolicy Perspectives, joins us to discuss.

G20 finance ministers back global corporation tax deal

But the devil will be in the detail. Marketplace’s Marielle Segarra has more.

One of the nation's biggest student loan servicers is pulling out. Where does that leave borrowers?

Jul 12, 2021
Seth Frotman, executive director of the Student Borrower Protection Center, says all student borrowers should be taking steps to protect themselves at this time.
Graduating students arrive for the Columbia University 2016 commencement ceremony in New York.
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