Murray Worthy, tax campaign manager for the charity ActionAid, said it was time for the tech giant to come clean on its finances and tax payments.
‘The announcement by Apple today of the biggest profits in history is only part of the story. Despite this news, corporate secrecy means we still don’t know whether they’re paying a fair share of tax,’ he told Channel 4 News.
How much tax they pay is in their sodding accounts you twat.
And we know that, on their outside the US profits, they pay pretty much nothing (2% or so) and inside the US they pay 28% or so, about right for a 35% tax rate and the standard deductions. They actually print a report with all of this in it four times a year.