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Apple Sidesteps Taxes – What’s Wrong With That?
Posted on 1 May 2012 by Christopher Bergin

A front-page article in Sunday's New York Times (" How Apple Sidesteps Billions in Taxes ") is getting quite the buzz. A couple of things about the article. While the Times piece recognizes that there is nothing illegal about the techniques... Read More

I'll Drink to That
Posted on 4 May 2012 by David Brunori

Several years ago, in a blatant money grab, the California Board of Equalization decided that flavored malt beverages should be taxed as hard liquor (at $3.30/gallon) rather than beer (at a much more civilized 20 cents/gallon). This week, in a 3-0 decision... Read More

Apple Sidesteps Taxes – What’s Wrong With That?
Posted on 1 May 2012 by Christopher Bergin

A front-page article in Sunday's New York Times (" How Apple Sidesteps Billions in Taxes ") is getting quite the buzz. A couple of things about the article. While the Times piece recognizes that there is nothing illegal about the techniques... Read More

I'll Drink to That
Posted on 4 May 2012 by David Brunori

Several years ago, in a blatant money grab, the California Board of Equalization decided that flavored malt beverages should be taxed as hard liquor (at $3.30/gallon) rather than beer (at a much more civilized 20 cents/gallon). This week, in a 3-0 decision... Read More