Related Program: The Record How Rising Taxes For Wealthy Americans Will Impact Economic Inequality By David Hyde & Andy Hurst • Jan 23, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email A household earning more than $1 million will see their taxes rates rise on average by $41,000. Flickr/401 (K) 2012 (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:20 David Hyde talks with economist Dean Baker about why tax rates for wealthy Americans are going up and how that could impact economic disparity. Tags: economytaxesgovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Oxfam: World's Richest 1 Percent Control Half Of Global Wealth By Scott Neuman • Jan 20, 2014 Just 1 percent of the world's population controls nearly half of the planet's wealth, according to a new study published by Oxfam ahead of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting. The study says this tiny slice of humanity controls $110 trillion, or 65 times the total wealth of the poorest 3.5 billion people. Other key findings in the report: -- The world's 85 richest people own as much as the poorest 50 percent of humanity. The Widening Wealth Gap: Bringing Income Inequality Into Focus By editor • Jan 2, 2014 Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Puget Sound Business News To Watch In 2014 By David Hyde & Amina Al-Sadi • Jan 3, 2014 Flickr Photo/Henry Alva (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:00 David Hyde discusses with economics columnist Jon Talton Boeing and Microsoft's big decisions and how they will effect the Puget Sound economy in 2014. The Fish Wars: Fighting As Northwest Salmon Run Dry By Jeff Emtman • Jan 23, 2014 KUOW Photo/Jeff Emtman This is an excerpt from KUOW's "Sacred Catch" series. Explore the full series with additional audio, pictures and materials. Hundreds of Indians climbed the cliffs at night and waited under the edge of the bluff for the first morning light.