judgecorp writes: "Google is likely to face questions from British MPs over tax avoidance in the UK. The company paid only £6 million in tax on £395 million, by routing its UK revenues through Ireland, and paying most of them to a subsidiary in Bermuda. The scheme is legal, and Google has questioned why it should pay more tax voluntarily — but the Treasury Select Committee is expected to call it — along with other large firms — to give evidence"
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become better people as a result of practicing it.
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