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Ireland, low tax though it may be, is not a tax haven. It does not trade in secrecy and it has a clear rate of corporation tax. It intends for corporations to pay corporation tax. It does not intend for corporations to use a gap in the rules to slip in between Ireland and the USA and be tax resident nowhere. To suggest such is patently absurd and grasping. Apple knows this.
Don't be obtuse. A system of laws that allows a company to be tax resident nowhere is clearly broken. No system is purposefully designed to allow that.
^ not satisfied until we get the human cloning and teleportation accessory. Until then Apple is doomed.
^ I'm sure you know much more about accessibility software for the blind than a blind man that writes accessibility software Tactility is obviously going to be a big problem. Here's hoping that Apple's growing expertise in haptic feedback will overcome that particular obstacle.
Most valuable publicly traded company in the world is being "held down".Something wrong with that sentence.
^ totally agree. You know what decent people do when they see a broken law? They write to their representative to get it fixed. They lobby or campaign if necessary. They don't exploit it for personal gain. Same applies to companies.
^ gonna be waiting a long time there buddy.
^ Get out of town.  You're not really going to start a rant tangent against EU "socialism" and then back it up with diatribe against "pure" socialism are you?  Really?       Barely even worth pointing out the ridiculousness.  Get off your soapbox, no one cares about your ignorance.
It was. But crucially, not the idea of total individual freedom. That's why there's lots of things you can't do. Pay 0% inheritance/estate tax is one of them. Because of the reasons I mentioned.Seriously, you started the topic, so stay on it. Stop trying to sidestep your own bs.
Cough cough? Wtf is this? Nudge nudge wink wink say no more?
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