In taxes we trust?

RAPHAELLE ARINO In 2018, Apple paid Ireland €13.1 billion in back taxes, plus another €1.2 billion in interest (Reuters). Curiously, both Apple and the Republic of Ireland maintain that Apple should not have had to pay this. Both sides claim that the low tax rate that Apple was previously subject to—0.005% in 2014, disputed by neither party—was not illegal. Seen … Read More