A staple of Democratic debates is to point out the fact that Amazon doesn’t pay taxes. A combination of a massive backlog of tax credits that they ran out of this year, qualifying for corporate tax credits incentivizing innovation and paying employees with stock options, and deferring the bulk of their taxes because of their investment in equipment has kept their taxes low. Here’s an analysis of their tax strategy.
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