The accounting tomfoolery that led to Apple's Irish tax battle

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This article appeared in the September 2016 issue of CRN magazine.

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The accounting tomfoolery that led to Apple's Irish tax battle
COMMENT  |  So, the old adage that says the only things you can’t avoid are death and taxes turns out to be true after all.  Multinational IT corporations had been doing a pretty fine job of avoiding them until now. Then the EU sent Apple an invoice. ...

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