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Old 05-21-2013, 03:15 PM   #71
Edward_R
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Originally Posted by frahse View Post
I saw a few minutes ago where Apple is defending its tax strategies saying they didn't use any sneaky tactics.

First tax avoidance is not tax evasion whether for a company or an individual.

What is legal, is legal (Period!)

Second I find it uncomfortable defending Apple, but right is right (Period!)
Not quite sure what Apple's tax avoidance has to do with DOJ's case against them.
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