Apple tax evasion

"Apple pays every tax dollar we owe," Cook said.
“Aggressive tax planning by the multinational companies has been criticized by governments across the globe and has damaged
So how did Apple wipe out its UK tax liability? In large part by awarding employees stock options as part of their compensation
Why should Apple have access to U.S. consumers if Apple refuses to pay its fair share of taxes to finance the infrastructure and education that Americans need to improve their living standards? Americans could buy from one of Apple's competitors instead.
Apple's latest product isn't disruptive to the music industry, cell phones or television. It's aimed at the United States of America.
Because they can indefinitely shield their foreign profits from U.S. taxes, meanwhile engaging in endless (legal) schemes to avoid taxes in countries where they book those earnings, the link between the profitability of American companies and the well-being of America is broken.
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I want Apple to innovate with new "incredibly great" products that wow the world like the iMac and iPhone did--not with new ways of nickel and diming Uncle Sam. Do what's right and stick to what Apple does best and continued success will surely follow.
Corporations aren’t the only ones keeping their money overseas, however. A Center for Public Integrity report released Wednesday
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Supersized tax loopholes coupled with the belief that increasing corporate taxes will jeopardize the economy are costing California. There are wise revenue solutions. Our elected officials just need to be willing to identify them and take a stand.
The tax breaks from Travis County isn't the only way Apple is sidestepping taxes. The company is holding about two-thirds
Apple can demonstrate its real worth by helping to rebuild the American brand through the more socially responsible investment of its large profits in the future of this nation.
We are currently having a debate in this country about fairness and our tax systems. That's a good debate to have. But insinuating that someone who pays a lower effective tax rate than you is somehow doing something unfair to you does not help the debate.
I get that skin-in-the-game is a critically important component of market economics. I just can't accept that health care is a normal good to which this standard ought to be fully applied.
While Microsoft's tax rate was lower than the nominal corporate rate, it was higher than the 16.4 percent rate the company
American corporations make use of offshore tax havens and creative accounting techniques to legally avoid paying taxes in the United States, while still racking up record profits. The seriousness of the problem cannot be overstated.