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April 29, 2014 > Which Corporate Giants Pay the Highest & Lowest Tax Rates?

Which Corporate Giants Pay the Highest & Lowest Tax Rates?

Submitted By Liana Arnold

A few highlights of a WalletHub report based on tax data from 2012:

?S&P 100 companies pay around 30% lower rates on international taxes than U.S. taxes.
?Tech companies Ð including Apple, EBay and Google Ð seem to specialize in paying around 80% lower tax rates abroad than in the U.S.
?Six S&P 100 companies are actually paying a negative overall tax rate and are therefore due a tax refund: Abbott Laboratories, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, AIG, Bristol-Myers and Verizon.
?Among the remaining companies that owe taxes, VISA, MetLife and Citi pay some of the lowest rates.
Ê?The average S&P 100 company pays a 16% higher tax rate than the top 3% of consumers.
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