Apple Blasts Tax Haven Story, Claims "World's Largest Taxpayer"

By Hector Gonzales

November 7, 2017

Apple is tearing into a story that raises questions about the tech giant's use of tax havens.  According to "The Guardian," Apple has moved some of its operations from Ireland to a holding company in the British island of Jersey.  The paper says the move protects more than a quarter of a billion dollars from being taxed.  Apple says it hasn't moved any operations or investments from Ireland, where it's operated since 1980.  

Apple says it's paid more than $35 billion in corporate taxes the past 3 years, making it the largest taxpayer in the world.

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