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Ireland is refusing to take blame for tax laws the government says are completely transparent, following a Senate hearing in which Apple was accused of keeping cash in subsidiaries located in Ireland to avoid paying taxes.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook will be facing the U.S. Senate to answer questions about funds the company has been keeping offshore in a subsidiary in Ireland.
Apple customers are spending record amounts at Apple stores...
The so-called Cadillac tax on benefits to employees will bring in $57 billion less than estimated and drive up employee healthcare premiums.
Amazon is back in the spotlight as the British parliament demands further clarification for why its U.K. activity justifies its low corporate income tax bill.
Many Republican legislators are asking how the IRS can be trusted to administer Obamacare...
It appears that Apple will soon be the subject of a Senate hearing on its offshore tax practices.
What's this? Is Google in trouble in Europe again? U.K. officials are not happy with the company over what they seem to believe has been significant tax avoidance on the part of the search giant.
Last week, Lois Lerner, who leads oversight of tax-exempt groups, issued an apology admitting that the IRS had unfairly targeted conservative political groups during the 2012 election.
While Mary Jane will bring the state new revenue, she cannot cure the budget gap...
Bill Gates believes it is likely that the government will increase taxes on the wealthiest Americans.
The $145 billion cash pile is not exactly collecting dust...
Tax Day is in the rear-view mirror, but many people are waiting and deciding what to do with their refund check...
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a vote on its Internet sales tax bill, meaning the days of shopping online without paying sales tax are coming to a close.
As debates about fairness in tax policy continue in Washington, Starbucks is hoping it can convince lawmakers of its case...