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I won't get into the tax avoidance and Apple issue, but will weigh in with my 2 cents worth.

My opinion is that Apple should pay zero taxes, nothing, nada, not a dime. The same thing goes for every other corporation.

Why?
Because every penny that passes through the corporation is already taxed multiple times, sales tax on materials, products and services, income taxes on salaries, capital gains on investments. Give it a rest!

I am not anti-tax by any means, but corporate taxes make zero sense to me (and, no, I don't own, operate, or work for a corporation).

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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