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Apple doubles Australian tax contribution, still increases profits

01/26, 11:30pm

Company is one of many under investigation for aggressive-but-legal tax avoidance

Apple paid more than twice as much in taxes in Australia for 2014 as it did in 2013, but still managed to grow profits in the country -- despite increasing scrutiny about its legal but aggressive tax avoidance techniques. According to documents filed with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), Apple paid AU$80.4 million in taxes for 2014 ($64 million US) compared to just AU$36.4 million (roughly $32 million US at the time) in 2013.

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Microsoft to pay Chinese government $137M over 'tax evasion' probe

11/30, 3:23pm

China report indicates Microsoft will pay $16.2M per year in additional taxes

Microsoft's tax troubles aren't limited to the US, according to a report from a Chinese news agency. The software company is being accused of tax evasion in the country, after years of posting heavy losses in a Chinese-based subsidiary. As a result, Microsoft is paying the Chinese government $137 million in back taxes and interest.

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Microsoft sues IRS to get attorney agreement information on tax probe

11/24, 10:50pm

Software company turns to court over unfulfilled Freedom of Information Act request

Microsoft filed a lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Monday, seeking information relating to the agency's probe into the software giant's tax records. The suit, filed with the US District Court for the District of Columbia, accuses the IRS of "unlawfully" withholding information that was requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

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Holiday sales may have left Amazon with $9B cash pile

01/27, 8:37pm

Analysts predict solid holiday earnings boost for Amazon

A solid performance this past holiday season may have left online retail giant Amazon with as much as $9 billion in cash and investments. This according to industry analysts and investors, who are forecasting larger than ever revenues for the retailer's December quarter. The financial success, though, could spell trouble for Amazon, as the growing cash pile could lead to renewed scrutiny over the company's tax contributions around the world.

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