EU has ruled back tax 13 billion euros for the apple thinkpad s230u

EU has ruled back tax 13 billion euros apple to appeal the EU said, pay 13 billion euros of tax at the same time, Apple may have to pay the corresponding interest; if the area of other countries also asked apple to pay more taxes, Apple may reduce the back taxes in ireland. EU competition commissioner Vestager said that Apple needs to pay the specific amount will be decided by the irish. The European Commission ruled on August 30th the United States Apple Corp and the Irish tax, special tax that apple in Ireland obtained arrangement illegal state subsidies, the need to pay the highest Irish 13 billion euros ($14 billion 500 million) tax. This is a huge amount of back taxes is 40 times the European Commission had asked the other company to pay the amount of tax. The EU said, pay 13 billion euros of tax at the same time, Apple may have to pay the corresponding interest; if the area of other countries also asked apple to pay more taxes, Apple may reduce the back taxes in ireland. EU competition commissioner Vestager said that Apple needs to pay the specific amount will be decided by the irish. After the news, Apple’s share price in Frankfurt to expand to 3% decline in U.S. stocks before the stock price fell nearly 2.4%. Apple’s "black box" of the European Commission in June 2014 to start a tax investigation on apple. The suspect, apple and the Irish government reached a "black box", over the years to enjoy less than the rate of 2%, the illegal profits from the Irish government subsidies. Apple’s EU headquarters in southwestern cork. The European Union suspect that Apple may be to solve local employment conditions, in exchange for the Irish government’s tax incentives, illegal profits may be as high as one billion euros. Apple employs 5500 people in Ireland at this stage. U.S. Senate Standing Committee on 2013 released a report that Ireland is the core of Apple’s tax avoidance strategy. Ireland’s statutory corporate tax rate of 12%, while apple after the negotiations, the tax rate down to less than 2%. The report said that Apple’s use of carefully constructed overseas branch network, from 2009 to 2012 to avoid paying more than $10 billion to the U.S. government. In the industry known as the Irish double bread tax avoidance strategy is Apple’s original, and many U.S. companies copy. According to this strategy, apple set up a shell company in Ireland, and the transfer of intellectual property rights to most of the company, apple produced in other parts of the world are in need of profits into the company. "Jobs is extremely tax avoidance design master!" A tax expert at a university in Shanghai told reporters in twenty-first Century. The European Commission’s investigation revolves around a tax preference agreement between Ireland and apple. The first time was in 1991, the other was in 2007. These agreements break the EU rules that prohibit any government from providing unfair, differentiated help to some companies. However, for the European Commission’s August 30th ruling, Ireland and apple have expressed their readiness to appeal. Exacerbate tensions between Europe and the United States Bloomberg analysis, the European Commission ruling will exacerbate tensions between the EU and the U.S. treasury. American finance.相关的主题文章: