Inequality in America -- Hedge Fund Managers pay Less Taxes than The Average American Worker

The war over a tax break for hedge funds and money managers
The so-called carried interest loophole is a tax break used by hedge funds and other investment groups that lets wealthy money managers pay a relatively low investment tax rate. Economics correspondent Paul Solman takes a close look at the controversial tax break.










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