The Financial Transaction Tax: a Way To Guarantee That Wall Street Pays Its Fair Share? — Podcast January 6, 2014

The Financial Transaction Tax: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, or an Unfair Burden on the Financial Services Industry? Democratic Perspective‘s Mike Cosentino is joined by John O’Donnell, investor and financial consultant, in a discussion of the Financial Transaction Tax — the so-called Robin Hood Tax — a small tax on each  transaction in shares, futures and derivatives, which, in an era of computer-based market trading, could generate up to $135 billion dollars a year in tax revenue.

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