Apple’s (AAPL) Tax Avoiding Strategies Criticized By Congressional Inquiry: Report
Wall Street Pit The New York Times reports that a year-long congressional investigation into the accounting practices of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and a number of US tech firms that use specialized accounting systems to allocate incoming revenue and intellectual property offshore to lower the taxes they pay in the United States, is coming to an end. Citing people with “firsthand [...] View the full post at: Apple’s (AAPL) Tax Avoiding Strategies Criticized By Congressional Inquiry: Report Related posts: Tax Relief for Golden Parachutes? No Way! Shareholders Should Decide Where Companies Incorporate We’re Not the Boss of A.I.G.