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Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia


This article titled “Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say” was written by Elle Hunt, for theguardian.com on Wednesday 22nd March 2017 19.05 UTC

Reports that Apple has not paid any tax in New Zealand for a decade have prompted experts to voice concerns that much-promised international crackdowns on the problem will fall short of the mark.

An investigation by the New Zealand Herald found that Apple had paid nothing to the Inland Revenue Department since at least 2007 because its local operations are run by a parent company registered in Australia.

Financial statements for its subsidiary, Apple Sales New Zealand, showed total sales in the last decade had amounted to NZD.2bn but income tax of NZDm had been apparently paid to the Australian tax office.

A tax agreement between New Zealand and Australia sees dual claims on income tax default to where the company is controlled.

In a statement to Guardian Australia Apple said it was the largest taxpayer in the world and respected the role taxes play in society as “important and necessary”.

“We follow the law and pay tax on everything we earn, wherever we operate. Apple aims to be a force for…

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This article titled “Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say” was written by Elle Hunt,…

Reports: IS threat led to US laptop ban
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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say
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Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia


This article titled “Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say” was written by Elle Hunt,…

Reports: IS threat led to US laptop ban
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U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic devices on inbound flights from some airports in the Middle East.

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Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

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U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
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Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

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U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the terrorist attack outside the British Parliament on Wednesday, describing it as a “cowardly act” and noting Greece’s support for the people of the United Kingdom.

“We express our abhorrence at the heinous and cowardly terrorist act which occurred today in London. Greece condemns terrorism unequivocally and stands on the side of the…

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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say

Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

Reports: IS threat led to US laptop ban
U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
Oligarch tied to Manafort has past links to senior US politicians
Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch connected in press reports Wednesday to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, has a long

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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say

Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

Reports: IS threat led to US laptop ban
U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
Oligarch tied to Manafort has past links to senior US politicians
Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch connected in press reports Wednesday to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, has a long

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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say

Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say

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U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
Oligarch tied to Manafort has past links to senior US politicians
Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch connected in press reports Wednesday to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, has a long

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Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say

Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia

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U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb led U.S. authorities to ban passengers from carrying large electronic
Oligarch tied to Manafort has past links to senior US politicians
Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch connected in press reports Wednesday to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, has a long
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Investigation says company paid nothing to Inland Revenue Department because parent company registered in Australia


This article titled “Apple paid no tax in New Zealand for at least a decade, reports say” was written by Elle Hunt, for theguardian.com on Wednesday 22nd March 2017 19.05 UTC

Reports that Apple has not paid any tax in New Zealand for a decade have prompted experts to voice concerns that much-promised international crackdowns on the problem will fall short of the mark.

An investigation by the New Zealand Herald found that Apple had paid nothing to the Inland Revenue Department since at least 2007 because its local operations are run by a parent company registered in Australia.

Financial statements for its subsidiary, Apple Sales New Zealand, showed total sales in the last decade had amounted to NZD.2bn but income tax of NZDm had been apparently paid to the Australian tax office.

A tax agreement between New Zealand and Australia sees dual claims on income tax default to where the company is controlled.

In a statement to Guardian Australia Apple said it was the largest taxpayer in the world and respected the role taxes play in society as “important and necessary”.

“We follow the law and pay tax on everything we earn, wherever we operate. Apple aims to be a force for…

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Reports: IS threat led to US laptop ban
U.S. media reports say worries about an Islamic State bomb
Oligarch tied to Manafort has past links to senior US politicians
Oleg Deripaska, the Russian oligarch connected in press reports Wednesday
Foreign ministry condemns ‘heinous’ terrorist attack outside British Parliament
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the terrorist attack