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How Corporations Avoid Taxes:

How Corporations Avoid Taxes


In the 1950’s, corporate taxes accounted for 30% of all federal revenue.  Nowadays, they account for just 6.6%.  This is because corporations have become masters of tax minimization.  Earlier this year, GE became the poster child for these shady practices.  Here is how GE – and other corporations like them – manage to do it:

How Corporations Get Out of Paying Taxes
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Comment balloon 6 commentsMirela Monte • May 20 2011 02:10PM
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