Governments Don't Control "Digital" Tax Revenue from Internet Companies

While the internet companies headquartered in America have to pay tax on their earnings, those domiciled elsewhere have found ways to pay little tax to the United States.
January 15, 2021
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Sean agrees with this fact based on:
We've seen this in places like Ireland and the U.S. allowing recent repatriation tax breaks to enable it.
State and Local Sales Tax Revenue Losses from E-Commerce: Updated Estimates, University of Tennessee, 2001
Internet Access Tax Moratorium: Revenue Impacts Will Vary by State, 2006
The Taxing Problem of Global Tech Giants

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