President Obama is taking on Wall Street again.
After sending his 2015 fiscal year budget to Congress, President Obama said he planned to close tax loopholes benefiting the rich.
"Closing tax loopholes that, right now, only benefit the well-off and well-connected," Obama said.
Obama has often called on Congress to close tax loopholes including the carried interest loophole, which he promised to close during his first campaign.
The idea of closing this loophole has appeared in President Obama's budgets over and over, but it never makes it to the final draft.
Erin Burnett thinks the carried interest loophole is "one of the most ridiculous tax loopholes in America."
It has netted billions of dollars for a very select few Americans.
It's the loophole that gives loopholes a bad name, and makes arguments of special treatment hold up.
Burnett explains how it works:
OutFront: Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman - he sits on the House Financial Services Committee. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.