City weighs new corporate tax on stock compensation as tech companies prepare to go public

Posted on September 16, 2020
A person walks by a tall city building with the logos of Square and Uber on the front.

SF Examiner / April 24, 2019 / Joshua Sabatini

The revenue generated from the tax would go into a “Shared Prosperity Fund” to pay for things like affordable housing, small business assistance and programs for low and middle-income workers. Mar said he created the proposal in collaboration with Jobs With Justice San Francisco, San Francisco Rising and the Chinese Progressive Association.

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